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Slow start for LPIA since reopening

Up to Sunday, July 5, Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) welcomed fewer than 1,900 people since the reopening of the… Read More

8 hours ago

Bill establishing vehicular manslaughter passes in the House

Nearly four months after it was debated, the Road Traffic Amendment Bill, 2019, which will lengthen jail time and toughen… Read More

10 hours ago

Govt wants to clear The Farm shantytown on Abaco

Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday the Office of the Attorney General is seeking to get “the appropriate… Read More

10 hours ago

Dames says missing numbers will fluctuate

Minister of National Security Marvin Dames yesterday defended a difference in official Hurricane Dorian missing person figures, noting that the… Read More

10 hours ago

Two men charged with murder

Police on Monday charged two suspects in the murder of 40-year-old Godfrey “Rob” Sawyer. Prosecutors allege that Jamaal Armbrister, of… Read More

11 hours ago

Johnson on Baker’s Bay work permits: We made best decision in the circumstances

The 135 work permits for a Mexican construction work team to carry out work on Baker’s Bay Golf and Ocean… Read More

11 hours ago

Smith reaffirms commitment to UB

University of The Bahamas (UB) President Dr. Rodney Smith yesterday announced that he withdrew his candidacy from West Virginia State… Read More

1 day ago

No increase in jitney fare

Despite a call by jitney drivers for an increase in fares, the Ministry of Transport and Local Government said no… Read More

1 day ago

UTEB calls for full disclosure of UB’s financial affairs

The Union of Tertiary Educators of The Bahamas (UTEB) yesterday called for the University of The Bahamas’ (UB) board of… Read More

1 day ago

Fernander says if govt doesn’t have medical evidence to support curfew, it should be lifted

Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) President Bishop Delton Fernander said yesterday that if the current curfew being used as a preventative… Read More

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