Monday, Dec 17, 2018
TOP STORIES

The government has delayed the passage of the Non-Profit Organisations

One man died after he and two other men were

Police are investigating an armed robbery and sexual assault that

Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis has urged the government to abandon the

Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has temporarily relaxed its disconnection

A man died from H1N1 influenza, otherwise known as swine

BUSINESS

The government signed 10 air service agreements (ASAs) and seven memoranda of understanding (MOUs) at the International Civil Aviation Organization’s negotiating event, ICAN 2018 in Nairobi,

Cruise lines and gas companies are looking at The Bahamas as a liquefied natural gas (LNG) hub for the cruise ships of the near future,

The Bahamas has to improve cruise passenger spend by increasing the products and experiences offered to those tourists when they come ashore, Royal Caribbean Cruise

The cruise lines are less interested in operating the Port of Nassau and more interested in ensuring the facilities at the port and the guest

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LIFESTYLES

“Green Lightning” – St. John’s College’s (SJC) first solar car – has been retired, and the school has begun construction

The year just keeps getting better for new, young author Sierra Blair – her latest release appearing in the iconic

In the spirit of the holiday season, Katsuya at Baha Mar unveiled eight new additions to their menu that will

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas’ (NAGB) National Exhibition 9 (NE9) “The Fruit and The Seed” opened on Thursday,

SPORTS

The 33rd Annual Fr. Marcian Peters Basketball Classic came to an end on Saturday at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium, as six champions were

The C.I Gibson Rattlers senior boys basketball team will leave today for the Tarkanian Classic, set to be played at the Bishop Gorman High School

It was a busy night in the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) on Saturday as three games were held at the A.F. Adderley Gymnasium -

NATIONAL REVIEW

As the final weeks of 2018 roll along, The Bahamas will end the year as it began: Tremendously challenged. The government of Dr. Hubert Minnis saw its

The Bahamas has been “severely influenced” by money in politics for over 100 years, and it’s about time somebody does something about it. That statement was

In September 2016 while he was in opposition, the Free National Movement (FNM) deputy, Peter Turnquest, observed that trade unions in The Bahamas “are a

WORLD NEWS

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka's disputed prime minister

MOSCOW (AP) — Alarmed by the growing popularity of rap

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