Saturday, May 18, 2024
The Government has inked an $800 million Memorandum of Understanding with Kakano South Abaco Development. Central and South Abaco MP John Pinder told the media that the hospitality development will be constructed on private land and is expected to...
A former politician got the shock of his life when WSC disconnected his water supply in eastern New Providence. The once-vocal MP was the kind of politician who would keep people’s utility supply on and connected, so he was shocked and surprised when...
Nassau, The Bahamas – During his remarks at the 56th Majority Rule Day observance, on January 10, 2023, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Hon. Philip Davis, noted that Majority Rule was the singular event in Bahamian history that...
What a proud evening of celebration to begin our golden anniversary! The unveiling of The Bahamas’ 50th Anniversary of Independence logo and theme was a joyous occasion that featured dancing, song, artistry, and patriotism. Congratulations are extended to Devante Butler,...
NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Office of the Attorney General has filed a summons seeking permission to demolish the expansion of a shanty town in Abaco and two locations in New Providence. Shanty towns on both islands are protected by a...
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Public Service, the Hon. Fred Mitchell is giving his views on a Washington Post article on smuggling in The Bahamas. The article entitled ‘Dreams And Deadly Seas’ was published online on July 27th...
NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Prime Minister Philip Davis said the government has no preference on whether former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is tried in The Bahamas or in the United States.
SBF said almost nothing during the hearing, save for acknowledging the terms of his bond agreement, according to court reporters in attendance. Among those terms were wearing an ankle monitor at all times, relinquishing his passport and putting up...
They say when it rains it pours! Grand Bahama receiving showers of blessing! SUNWING is back! Two direct flights today full to capacity! Montreal to Freeport and Toronto to Freeport a total of 380 passengers. Another Grand Day for Grand Bahama! DPM...

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