Sunday, Sep 22, 2019

The shareholders of Bahamas Petroleum Company (BPC) have cleared the way for the company to move forward with the drilling of its initial exploration well

Central bank liberalizing exchange controls on residential property transactions

Beginning in October, the Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) will liberalize exchange controls on the purchase and sale of residential property for non-residents, relinquishing

HeadKnowles has raised more than $733,000

Non-profit group HeadKnowles has raised more than $733,000. Co-founder Gina Knowles said the non-profit mobilized its efforts using charge accounts and still has the money

Union feels slighted by delayed payment announcement

Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) President Kimsley Ferguson said yesterday it was “irresponsible” of Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest to announce that the government was

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Landmarks are such a common way to give directions, we often think nothing of it. In some cities, it could

Since the passing of the monstrosity that has left many Bahamians destitute, dead, traumatized and unaccounted for, “Façade”, the first

As Dorian’s wake remains with us, do we have time to consider the indigenous, traditional knowledge of the Abacos? Abaco,

Versatile and talented recording artists Patrice Murrell and Benjamin ‘Benje’ Alexander – both members of the best band in The Bahamas,


Jonquel Jones had a monster night scoring a game-high 27 points and pulling down 13 boards to power her team to a dominating 94-68 victory

Bahamian freshman swimmer DaVante Carey put on a show during his first meet at the McKendree University at the 2nd annual St. Louis Showcase in Edwardsville, Illinois,

The 46th Annual Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships is now just three weeks away, set for October 11-14, at the Fiesta Theater at the


Fred Smith has seen the social media commentary suggesting he shares responsibility for the deaths of possibly hundreds of residents of Abaco shantytowns smashed by

The Minnis administration is walking a tightrope. In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the Category 5 hurricane that irrevocably changed the landscapes of Abaco and parts

Peggy Bridgewater moved with a grace unbefitting the horrors she had witnessed and was witnessing in her native Grand Bahama. Her family only has two houses

When the Maurice Moore Primary School shelter in Freeport began to flood during unprecedented inundation caused by Hurricane Dorian, Wayne and Marsha Stubbs, whose home

For Anischa Davis, a resident of McLean’s Town, Grand Bahama, living with the reality of missing loved ones is a tormenting experience. “I lost friends,” she

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — “It’s a ghost town out here, miss, a ghost town,” a man shouts from across the way. “Dead, okay? Dead. You see

Constitutional changes at the political party level and a focus on building one’s portfolio of advocacy and support system for family care are among the