The Pinewood community is seeking to alleviate the issue of flooding by purchasing a flood pump truck, a community representative revealed.
Pinewood Community Gardens resident Jerad Darville said residents are hoping to raise $120,000 to purchase the pump truck ahead of the approaching rain and hurricane seasons.
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday announced that a strike force will be established to aggressively pursue illegal migrants in The Bahamas as he declared it is time to “take our country back”.
“We must strengthen and enforce our immigration policies,” said Minnis, as he closed debate
Days after a testy defense of a recent increase in travel allowances for Cabinet ministers and their spouses, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that he would never be irresponsible with public funds.
“I would have heard while I was off and upon my return,
A Monday morning shoot-out between police and two suspects left one man dead and another suffering from gunshot wounds in hospital, police said.
The dramatic scene unfolded before 9 a.m. near the Royal Bank of Canada’s Mackey Street location. According to Chief Superintendent Solomon Cash, police
A man who admitted participating in a smash and grab robbery at the Rolex Boutique at the Atlantis resort was on Monday jailed for four and a half years.
Antoin Harvey, 32, of Palm Beach Street, was one of two men who made off with 14
Calling critics from the opposition visionless, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday doubled down on his pledge to reduce unemployment to at least six percent by the end of next year.
“I have heard and read the commentary that it is highly improbable that we can
An injunction ending strike action at the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) was extended for another week yesterday and referred to Justice Indra Charles, according to attorneys representing the WSC, the Bahamas Utilities Services and Allied Workers Union (BUSAWU) and the Water and Sewerage Management
Two young men have been charged with murder following separate shootings that took place a day apart.
Javardo Adderley, 18, who is also known as “Four, Four”, is accused of the February 18 shooting of Valdez McKinney at Wilson Track.
McKinney, 32, was sitting in the back
A 32-year-old man yesterday denied receiving almost $1 million in diamond jewelry that was stolen during a robbery at Park Lane Jewelers.
Corradon Cockburn is accused of receiving jewelry valued at $951,914.60 on April 4, 2018. Cockburn has been denied bail and is scheduled to be
Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) customers will see an additional charge on their monthly bills effective April 1, as the company attempts to recoup $15 million in restoration costs associated with Hurricane Dorian.
The cost, being called the “Storm Recovery and Stabilization Charge”, will represent less