American businessman and billionaire Doug Manchester has stepped back from his bid to become the United States ambassador for The Bahamas.
When reached for comment, Manchester Financial Group wrote in a statement, “He has withdrawn due to the threats on his and his family’s lives including three infant children
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) said yesterday that it is concerned about the human rights of everyone in the country and is investigating a video circulating on social media.
“The Royal Bahamas Defence Force wishes to advise the general public that the organization is committed
A day after House of Assembly Speaker Halson Moultrie’s lengthy tirade against the media in the House, Bahamas Press Club President Anthony Capron labelled Moultrie’s behavior shameful and reminded him that while he may very well not sit in the chair after the next general
Social Services Deputy Director Kim Sawyer yesterday insisted that officials are trying to ensure shelter residents are as comfortable as possible after complaints about the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium’s conditions surfaced this week.
“We are doing whatever we can to make it comfortable for them, and we do meet
When the Parliamentary Channel was introduced in 1994, it was an integral part of the government of the day’s thrust to bolster accountability by enabling the Bahamian people to watch and listen to live coverage of the proceedings of their Parliament.
That introduction deepened - not
A teacher who accused a man of date rape did not immediately report the incident to the police, although she lived near a police station, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday.
Blenrick Miller is on trial for the alleged sexual assault of the woman at his
The Public Defender’s Office is representing a convicted murderer at his appeal.
Deiondre Demeritte was sentenced to 58 years in prison in 2018 for the April 2016 murder of Calvin Thompson, who was shot dead inside a car off Carmichael Road.
Demeritte was allegedly catching a ride
The National Insurance Board (NIB) yesterday launched the pilot phase of the Employer’s Self-Service (ESS) portal which would allow employers to submit contribution forms and payments for their employees online.
Once the ESS is fully rolled out in mid-2020, employers will no longer need to visit
In order to ensure the health and safety of the general public, the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) announced yesterday that it will be closing the Potter’s Cay Produce Exchange, relocating its staff, and renovating the building.
BAIC explained that the Produce Exchange has been
With more frequent storms threatening The Bahamas at more severe and damaging strengths, a business strategist is highlighting the need for local business owners to have a strategic business continuity plan.
Bahamas Institute for Chartered Accountants (BICA) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Co-Chair Antoin Bowe, who is