A 47-year-old Jamaican woman who illegally sold alcoholic beverages from her home has been fined $1,100 or six months in prison.
Police went to Maxine Dixon-Whymms’ home at Lightbourne Avenue shortly before 5 p.m. on April 24 after they received information.
The court heard that officers parked
Despite promising that power would be fully restored to all of Abaco by May, some parts of the island are still without electricity nearly eight months after the island was devastated by Hurricane Dorian.
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister suggested yesterday that Bahamas Power and Light
With a case fatality rate (CFR) of nearly 14 percent, The Bahamas continues to have one of the highest rates of death from COVID-19 in the region.
There have been 80 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country and 11 deaths.
The only country in the Caribbean with
Playtech Systems, parent company of Island Luck, is evaluating its financial position over the next two days, given that its formerly announced six-week payroll continuation since the shutdown ends tomorrow, Island Luck Chief Executive Officer Sebas Bastian told Guardian Business yesterday, adding that the company,
Many Bahamians are now in survival mode after the government moved to extend the public state of emergency, the 24-hour curfew and weekend lockdowns to stave off the spread of COVID-19.
Pensioner Curtis Deveaux said he doesn’t know how he’s going to survive without having to
A magistrate gave a 61-year-old man arrested with marijuana an opportunity to keep his criminal record clean.
Police arrested Gregory Taylor around 6:15 a.m. on April 28 in Pinewood Gardens after they found ounces of marijuana under the driver seat of his car.
Taylor admitted to a
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday the solarization of Ragged Island has been completed.
The island has been lacking basic infrastructure since it was devastated by Hurricane Irma in September 2017.
“I know that the solarization is complete and they’re testing it,” Bannister told
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which sailed predominantly into Grand Bahama with both stopover and two-night cruise passengers, is the latest cruise line to announce its intention to begin sailing once again in June.
Chief Executive Officer of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Oneil Khosa noted in a
The Bahamas’ tourism emergence strategy will largely depend on how and when the United States and Canada come out of their own COVID-19 lockdown measures, Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar said yesterday.
D’Aguilar said since the majority of tourists to The Bahamas come from those jurisdictions,
Online short-term rentals company Airbnb revealed yesterday in a statement that its overall bookings six months out from March are trending higher than the previous year. It released a set of protocols for hosts to follow when borders reopen after the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) threat