Monday, Nov 12, 2018

Had everything gone as planned, Byron Ferguson and his parents would have been flying to South Africa to celebrate his father’s birthday yesterday, but instead his family and authorities were still conducting a widespread search for him after his plane crashed off western New Providence on Thursday night. While Ferguson’s family

More than two weeks after Parliament gave the green light for the government to lease Town Centre Mall to house the General Post Office, Prime Minister Dr.

A man was shot dead shortly after 11 p.m. on Friday in the area of Coopers Terrace, off Kemp Road, police said. Officers responded to reports of gun

There is a pattern of foreign nationals, particularly people from the Dominican Republic, who marry Bahamians for residency status to work on fishing boats and

Sixty-three thousand of the 90,000 Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) residential customers will benefit from the exemption of value-added tax (VAT) on bills $300 or lower, according to


Police reported yesterday that five people were robbed in separate incidents in New Providence over several hours on Saturday evening. Police

It is unlikely that anyone survived a flight that crashed in waters about a mile north of Nirvana Beach on

As he delivered the homily at former Cabinet Minister Bradley Robert’s funeral yesterday, Father Glen Nixon called on those gathered

Former Prime Minister Perry Christie urged Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis to “not fall victim” to a

Two men arrested earlier this week in connection with a $90,000 marijuana seizure were charged yesterday. Leeland Curling, 57, of Winton

An inmate accused of taking part in a plot to escape from the maximum-security block of the prison continued to