The government of The Bahamas will assist the Haitian government in its inquiry into concerns of corruption at the Haitian embassy in Nassau, Minister of Foreign Affairs Darren Henfield said yesterday.
“I spoke with Haitian officials on Friday, who indicated that they had some issues at the embassy
A man accused of indecent assault made offensive remarks about his alleged victim’s genitalia and professed his love for her during his trial yesterday.
He also made offensive remarks to a police witness.
Sidney Cooper, 42, is on trial before Magistrate Samuel McKinney accused of indecently assaulting an
A fundamental reason Bahamians struggle to hold accountable their elected officials, and are challenged in conceptualizing a language and methods of advocacy, is a lack of knowledge of one’s rights and duties as a citizen and of the rightful place of a Bahamian in the
In a few days, about 160,000 members of Britain’s Conservative Party, largely white, male and in their late fifties, will elect a new party leader and so appoint Britain’s next Prime Minister. This 0.3 percent of the country’s electorate must choose between two men, both
A jury was yesterday impaneled to hear the sex case of the son of former Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes.
Prosecutors allege that Joseph Foulkes, 52, molested a 12-year-old girl sometime in 2012 while she was a guest at his home.
Foulkes, who is on bail, has
A man died after he was allegedly struck by lightning in waters off Andros yesterday, police said.
According to reports, shortly after 12 p.m., a man and woman went fishing a few miles off Red Bays, where they were caught in a storm.
The man was reportedly struck by lightning
In the aftermath of two shark attacks on tourists in the last two months, the government is considering banning chumming, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard said yesterday.
Chumming is the practice of luring marine animals near by throwing bait in the water.
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) has once again increased its manpower after 107 recruits successfully graduated from new entry training at the Coral Harbour Base on Friday.
With loved ones there to support, the squad of 98 males and 9 females is the latest group