After being shut down two years ago, a prostitution ring operating only steps away from the Fort Charlotte Police Station appears to be thriving again.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu met with Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham in Beijing Wednesday, vowing joint efforts with the island country to boost cooperation.
An American tourist was robbed at gunpoint at the Original Patties Store on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway in Nassau.
After three successive episodes, Bahamas Customs gave Kelly’s Freeport Limited an undertaking in Supreme Court yesterday that it will not detain any more goods until the court decides in the matter.
An 18-year-old male was acquitted of a murder which occurred in 2008 in the parking lot of Solomon’s Supercenter.
The Bahamas National Trust formally launched a local shark conservation campaign aimed at pushing the government to create comprehensive regulations to protect the sharks of The Bahamas.
Four men were wounded in the Market Street area after being shot at by another group of men.
The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF), has announced that Sony Pictures Classics’ acclaimed comedy “Tamara Drewe” will be the opening film at this year’s festival, which takes place December 1-5 in Nassau.
A leading Bahamian banker explained that St Kitts was chosen for his internet-based bank expansion because the Bahamas was “not ready” for such an institution.