Monday, Jan 21, 2019

A Bahamian businesswoman who was prominently featured in a Netflix documentary on the failed Fyre Festival appears set to recoup all of the money she reportedly lost and much more, as a GoFundMe account set up in her name approached $100,000 last night. Maryann Rolle, owner of Exuma Point Bar and

Former Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe yesterday distanced himself from the disastrous 2017 Fyre Festival that was set for Exuma, insisting that his ministry did

A man was killed in a traffic accident on John F. Kennedy Drive early yesterday, police said. According to police, shortly after 3 a.m., the driver

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday the party hopes to have its slate of candidates for the next election ready by

A double mastectomy, a hysterectomy and still in the thick of her battle against cancer, Yvonne Albury Charlton remains hopeful. Charlton was diagnosed with cancer in


Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday that the government is making progress toward the full enactment of the Freedom of

Former Pinewood MP Khaalis Rolle has been struggling to come to grips with the death of his wife after she

A man died shortly before 3 a.m. today after he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a pole on

Former Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) chairman Frank Smith’s evasiveness when asked if he knew the cleaning contractor who had accused

Civil Society Bahamas (CSB) Vice President Dr. Anthony Hamilton yesterday applauded the government for taking a “critical position” on the Non-Profit Organisations

The Ministry of Health is working to ensure a Dengue fever outbreak does not reach The Bahamas after a warning