The curtains have already closed on a successful 2019 Optimist North American Championships (OPTINAM) on October 4 but The Bahamas has been given high praises for being the host of the event.
Vice-President of the International Optimist Dinghy (IODA) Americas Sigrid Beckman raved about the organization
Two pilots were rescued in waters off New Providence after the plane they were on crashed yesterday, Air Accident Investigation Department (AAID) Chief Investigator Delvin Major said.
According to Major, AAID was notified around 4:45 p.m. that a DC3, registered as N437GB, that departed Opa Locka,
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said the government estimates that over $12 million of assistance will be required for the repair of structures damaged by Hurricane Dorian.
“We estimate, just from those assessments that have been done
A man who was killed during a gun battle with police was lawfully killed, a coroner’s jury ruled.
Akeem Thompson, 22, of Pinewood Gardens, died on May 20, 2017, after he was shot twice by Constable Avard Rolle.
Rolle was part of an operation team on Shrimp
The Bahamas is tied for the greatest number of Category 5 hurricane direct hits in recorded history in the Atlantic region, Bahamian Meteorologist Wayne Neely said yesterday.
“Dorian became the fourth tropical cyclone of Category 5 intensity in The Bahamas,” he said.
“What that did, that made
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — In a warehouse just off Queen’s Highway in Grand Bahama, sits over a dozen walkers leaning up against several boxes bound for several communities hit hard by Hurricane Dorian.
They’re all a part of a huge donation of relief supplies facilitated by
A man accused of last year’s murder of Gordon “Hog” Newbold took the stand in his own defense yesterday.
Jerome Johnson, 33, denied that he shot Newbold multiple times at Acklins Street around 10 a.m. on April 11, 2018.
Johnson recounted his movements on the day in
Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine is commended for his enlightened, fair and compassionate remarks regarding same sex unions and abortion laws in The Bahamas. The current situation, in which neither option is legally available, should be denounced by all who truly believe in the concept
As I watched people drop money into the receptacle, it made me proud to be a Bahamian. And it gives me great pleasure in sending a big shoutout to the management and staff of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) for the initiative they have taken
Hurricane Dorian thrust tragedy upon the Bahamian nation.
The island of Abaco has been scarred; portions left in shambles.
Grand Bahama has been slammed; its capital city, Freeport, three weeks after the passage of the storm, remains without reliable potable water supply.
Disasters bring out the best and/or