Funeral service for Keith Magnus Butler Sr., 63 yrs., a resident of #8 Weir Corner off Baillou Hill Road, will be held at Salem Union Baptist Church, Taylor Street, on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Heuter B. Rolle, assisted by
Funeral service for Gloria Green, 84 yrs., a resident of Ruth Close off Sea Breeze Lane, will be held at The New Redeem Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, Refuge Court, on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Roy Burrows, assisted
A man was stabbed to death during an altercation with a group of men on Elizabeth Avenue and Bay Street early this morning, police said.
The victim, who was not identified, died on the scene around 2 a.m.
Police are appealing to the public who may have information that
Recently, several prominent persons have suggested that “undocumented” people be given the right to work for one year. Here are several thoughts about that idea.
The effects of Dorian have increased the numbers of three categories of unemployed persons in The Bahamas: citizens, holders of
In recent days the media have carried stories that allude to excesses practiced by some police and immigration officers.
In the instance of the police, two individuals identified as plain clothed police officers fired indiscriminately into the air in an attempt to bring a fight and
The statement of newly crowned Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi about women and leadership echoes throughout the globe. It is perhaps the mantra of the movement of women on the RISE!
“I think the most important thing we should be teaching young girls is leadership,” Tunzi said.
When former PLP Cabinet minister Shane Gibson was interviewed by lead investigator ASP Debra Thompson at the Central Detective Unit on August 2, 2017, he vigorously denied allegations of bribery, insisting that contractor Jonathan Ash — whom he had been accused of collecting bribes from — had
I have three sons; two have passed the age of eighteen. When they reached that age, I spoke with each of them over time and said words that went something like this.
You are eighteen years old now. Under our laws you are adults. That means
The year 2019 wrapped up for local athletics on Sunday with the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) Masquerade Soirée and Awards Banquet.
It was another progressive year for athletics - one in which The Bahamas won at least two medals for the fourth straight global
Alexander and Daniel Strachan, 17-year-old twin brothers of C.C. Sweeting Senior High School, represented The Bahamas at the third CARIFTA Judo Championships in Bridgetown, Barbados over the weekend. Although The Bahamas had one of the smallest contingents of athletes from any of the participating nations,