The Bahamas Bain and Grants Town Chess Club (BGT) won the overall prize at The Bahamas Chess Federation’s (BCF) Annual Scholastic Team Championship at Tambearly School on May 18.
They were also awarded first place in the club division. Tambearly School managed to hold onto the
A man was killed in a drive-by shooting on Thursday, police reported.
Police said the man was standing in front of a home on Shady Tree Street, Culmersville, when he was approached by a silver vehicle.
The individuals in the vehicle opened fire on the victim, injuring
In the wake of an overwhelming majority of hotel workers voting to strike, Atlantis President and Managing Director Audrey Oswell yesterday dismissed claims that it is seeking to remove the 15 percent gratuity that employees enjoy, but asserted that “business will go as usual” if
After acting as a Supreme Court judge for two years, Andrew Forbes has been ordered to return to his post as deputy chief magistrate effective June 3.
Forbes still has several outstanding judgments that will likely be delivered by his successor, Justice Ruth Bowe-Darville, who was
A man jailed for murder has been set free on appeal almost four years after his conviction.
Mario Whymms was convicted of the March 8, 2014 murder of James Cordero Farrington, also known as “Suckie”, who was riding a bicycle on Milton Street.
The prosecution’s case was
The Bahamas ranks 98th in the world for its performance on the protection of human health and protection of ecosystem, according to the 2018 Environmental Performance Index (EPI).
In 2016, The Bahamas ranked 93rd.
According to the index, which is released every two years by researchers at