Two Andros men have been missing at sea since Christmas day, police say.
Harold Fitzgerald, 49, and Ryan Russell, 38, left Lowe Sound, Andros, and never returned, according to reports.
Police said the pair were planning to fish near Joulter Cays, roughly 10 miles off the coast
Attorney General Carl Bethel defended the government’s decision to recommend former United Bahamian Party (UBP) Minister of Education Godfrey Kelly for a knighthood, noting that Kelly is “fully deserving”.
Kelly, a former Olympic sailor, was named Knight Commander of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George
A new decade in our nationhood is upon us and during this decade The Bahamas will celebrate a half century of independence; a seminal marker that beckons reflection on who we are as a people.
A new year typically brings with it renewed and spirited desire
For quite sometime the topic of the legalization of marijuana has been the cause for some meaningful debates.
Some are saying everyone is smoking. That is not true.
Pastor Cedric Moss made a valid point when he said those who are promoting it do not want
Does The Bahamas need foreign investment or local investment to manufacture and produce for local consumption and export?
Do we understand the negative effect on our economy if foreign investors are persuaded to lend to us, like the Chinese, or participate and lend with equity
The mother of a man shot to death early Monday said she had a feeling he was going to die after she spoke with him on Sunday night.
According to police, officers were alerted shortly after 2 a.m. of gunshots in the Robinson Road area. The
The Shell Saxons Superstars swept every major category to win the 2020 New Year's Junkanoo Parade.
Valley, the unofficial winner of the 2019 BoxingDay Parade, came in second. One Family captured the third spot and Roots finished fourth.
Genesis and Prodigal Sons did not participate.
Saxons won best