House Speaker Halson Moultrie sought to remove Englerston MP Glenys Hanna-Martin from the House of Assembly chamber on Tuesday afternoon following a dramatic and tense show-down in Parliament.
A shouting match erupted between Hanna-Martin and members of the governing party shortly after Prime Minister Dr. Hubert
When fashion designer Gillian Curry-Williams debuted the Fabric of Hope – a fabric print made up of colors associated with various types of cancer five years ago - she did so with the thought to bring joy and happiness to cancer fighters, survivors and their
Over the weekend, Bahamian collegiate coach Yolett “Coach Yo” McPhee-McCuin was a part of a movement in the United States that will forever be etched in the annals of American history.
The Confederate flag is coming down in the state of Mississippi. The Bahamian women’s basketball
University of The Bahamas’ (UB) Athletics Director Kimberley Rolle has revealed that their sports teams likely won’t get to travel this fall, given the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the presence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We have been in contact with many of the institutions that we have made
The game of chess in the country has remained active in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bahamas Chess Federation (BCF) held a successful event and exhibition of games online. The BCF’s Online Grand Prix Group of Tournaments has been active over the past three and a half months,
Bahamians could see a slight reduction in the cost of electricity, with Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) announcing yesterday that as of July the fuel charge will drop to about ten cents from about 19 cents through fuel hedging, BPL revealed in a statement yesterday.
Just under $2 billion in loans held by Bahamian credit holders have been deferred as a part of the loan payment deferral schemes implemented by various commercial banks in response to the financial crisis associated with COVID-19, The Central Bank of The Bahamas has reported.
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line continues to contemplate its next move as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) no sail order comes to an end in 25 days, as Florida, the cruise line’s port state, battles rising coronavirus (COVID-19) numbers; and as The Bahamas,
The government yesterday tabled a resolution for the conversion of $37 million in Bahamas Development Bank (BDB) bonds to a loan with the National Insurance Board (NIB).
In tabling the resolution in the House of Assembly yesterday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest
Governor General C. A. Smith yesterday issued a new proclamation of emergency after the government failed to have passed in Parliament a resolution to extend the initial proclamation that expired at midnight last night.
The new proclamation of emergency can be extended up to six months.