Police said yesterday that they found the body of a woman in waters off Stokes Cabana on Yamacraw Beach yesterday morning.
Chief Superintendent Solomon Cash said the woman appeared to have blunt force trauma to her head and abrasions on her neck.
He said the woman appeared
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday promised that his government will eliminate the practice of women engaging in sexual favors in exchange for promotions in the workplace.
Minnis said the government will do all it can to ensure that gender-based violence in The Bahamas decreases.
A patron gaming tax has been delayed for the fourth time, Bahamas Gaming Operators Association’s (BGOA) CEO Gershon Major said yesterday.
“Because a number of system modifications, certifications and adjustments have to be made by an international laboratory, including approval by the Gaming Board for The
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis called today's not guilty verdict in the bribery trial of former Cabinet Minister Shane Gibson "a miracle", claiming the Minnis administration allowed "an injustice to be wreaked upon" Gibson and his family.
"This case should never have been brought.
Former Cabinet Minister Shane Gibson has been found not guilty on 15 counts of bribery in the Supreme Court this evening.
The verdict capped a six-week trial in a case where a second member of the former Progressive Liberal Party administration has been accused of corruption
Boasting a top notch field, including four of the top 15 programs in college basketball in the United States, and some of the best players in the nation, the prestigious Battle 4 Atlantis is back and brings with it a tremendous amount of fanfare, excitement and
It was a masterful day for Grand Bahamian professional golfer Greg Maycock as he shot five-under par 67 to win the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour’s (BPGT) R&E Imports and Sales Classic on Friday, at the Royal Blue Golf Course at the Baha Mar Resort.
Winning the amateur division
In the aftermath of the most powerful hurricane on record to devastate the country, last year’s 60 percent increase in value-added tax (VAT) and an impending increase in consumers’ light bills, many on New Providence are concerned about the current cost of living.
“[You] can’t even
The Bahamas economy is “getting it on both ends” regarding its vulnerability to climate change and financial services sanctions, Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest told a meeting of the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes, held in Paris, France, yesterday.
Tourist arrivals could trend upward for Grand Bahama during the Christmas season, Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar told reporters yesterday, adding that the island’s airport could be open to international commercial flights this week for the first time since Hurricane Dorian passed over