Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018

A recent survey of shantytowns on Abaco revealed that 20

It is likely the renegotiation of the heads of agreement for

The Non-Profit Organisations Bill (NPO) will help prevent money laundering in

With a double-digit dip in murders so far for the

The Senate yesterday delayed the passage of the Non-Profit Organisations Bill

One month after a plane piloted by Byron Ferguson crashed


Three bids were submitted to the government on Friday, and opened yesterday, making way for the beginning stages of a process that will lead to

Electric vehicle sales have grown exponentially and are expected to climb, Easy Eco Car Sales owner Pia Farmer said. “When we started three years ago I

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has been fined more than $100,000 by the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA), after it was found to have breached

The Bahamas has been ranked third in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region in the Digital Evolution Index (DEI) of the Fletcher School of

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Ja’Dei Grant is described by her mother, as a feisty, happy infant who is hitting all of her milestones at

The Blue Waves Swim Club (BWSC) team members helped spread holiday cheer to the residents of the Demetrius Home and Care Center

Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) Limited partnered with Great Commission Ministries recently to provide grocery items to families in the Wulff Road

Rafaella Thompson loves the beach; she especially loves visiting a clean beach. It disheartens her when people use the beach


The Ministry of Youth, Sports, and Culture’s 33rd Annual Fr. Marcian Peters Basketball Classic is into day five at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium,

Bahamian collegiate sprinters Samson Colebrooke and Devine Parker showed some early season promise, performing well at the 2018 Hoosier Open at the Harry Gladstein Fieldhouse

For a second time, a Brazilian team claimed victory in the Star Sailors League (SSL) Finals, but on this occasion it was not the bookies’


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


LONDON (AP) — British Conservative lawmakers forced a no-confidence vote

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Top European Union officials on