A Private Interment Service for MR. CARLOS ALEXANDER COLEBROOKE-GIBSON, age 53 years of #29 Independence Lane, Freeport, Grand Bahama and formerly of Nassau, New Providence was held on Wednesday, May 27h, 2020.
Precious memories will linger in the hearts of his wife: Greta Frazier-Gibson; children: Carrington
A Private Funeral Service for MATRIARCH BERYL MARIA MARSHALL-MILLER, age 83 years of #12B Plantol Street, Nassau, New Providence will be held on Friday, May 29th, 2020.
She was predeceased by her son, Lynden Miller, her siblings, Buster, Alvah, Frederick and Iva Marshall, Beverley Marshall-Woodside and
A weekday 24-hour curfew, which has been in place since March, will be lifted on Tuesday and will be replaced with a reduced curfew from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. for all islands of The Bahamas, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced in the House
Prime Minister and Minister of Health Dr. Hubert Minnis claimed yesterday that widespread testing for COVID-19 is not as necessary in The Bahamas as it is in larger countries.
Minnis said contact tracing is “more than adequate”.
“In the Caribbean, we have one of the best public
St. Anne’s MP Brent Symonette said yesterday that the government needs to send daily Bahamasair flights to repatriate Bahamians stuck in South Florida during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hundreds of Bahamian citizens and residents remain trapped overseas after the government closed the border in late-March.
While speaking in the House of
Police said a man entered a home somewhere in the eastern district of New Providence on Wednesday night and sexually assaulted an elderly woman.
Police said the incident happened around 11 p.m.
Anyone with any information regarding this incident is asked to contact police.
This is the second sexual assault
As he signaled that the opposition did not support an extension of the state of emergency that was put in place in mid-March to combat the spread of COVID-19, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday questioned why restaurants at Arawak Cay are not permitted to
Golden Isles MP Vaughn Miller yesterday commended the Minnis administration for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Mr. Speaker, I would like to commend the government for the overall handling of this pandemic,” he said in the House of Assembly.
“It has been challenging sometimes, but I’ve
An Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) report released yesterday criticized the Bahamas government for what it termed a lack of “durable solutions” for those displaced by Hurricane Dorian.
In its report, titled “Displacement in Paradise: Hurricane Dorian Slams The Bahamas”, the IDMC highlighted the uncertainty faced
A man who broke the curfew to borrow canned gas from a friend was yesterday granted an absolute discharge.
Police arrested Elroy Symonette, 27, moments after he walked outside his yard at 9:56 p.m. on May 25.
Symonette was charged with breaking the curfew and failing to