Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018

The Senate yesterday delayed the passage of the Non-Profit Organisations Bill (NPO), citing the need for further consultation with civil society as the reason. Attorney General Carl Bethel announced the move following criticisms and calls from civil society organizations for the government to amend it. While opening debate on a compendium of financial services bills

One month after a plane piloted by Byron Ferguson crashed in waters off western New Providence, his family is struggling to move on from the

While Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine said yesterday he has no intention of leaving the Free National Movement (FNM), he said “it’s good to know” he has

Atlantis confirmed yesterday it has addressed all concerns raised by the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU), ending an impasse that had existed

Zoe, Lady Maynard, the widow of former Deputy Prime Minister the late Sir Clement Maynard, died yesterday morning at 92 Lady Maynard was the last living


Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson said yesterday the union is prepared to take legal action if the

Civil Society Bahamas (CSB) Vice President Dr. Anthony Hamilton yesterday commended the government on delaying the Non-Profit Organisations Bill (NPO), noting

Police seized two guns and 34 rounds of ammunition before a man returned to a club where he had gotten

The trial of a former cashier at the Department of Inland Revenue was yesterday adjourned to January 17. Breanna Symonette, 28,

There are approximately 5,500 12th grade students in The Bahamas preparing to graduate in June of 2019. Their success in life

Civil Society Bahamas (CSB) yesterday called on the government to amend the Non-Profit Organisations Bill, 2018. Last week, Parliament passed the