The Grand Bahama Humane Society has taken in a heavy influx of unwanted dogs abandoned by irresponsible owners, a serious societal problem in the Bahamas.
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The invasive lionfish is thriving in Bahamian waters and endangering indigenous marine life, but a new “Eat Lionfish” campaign is encouraging a tasty solution to this serious problem.
Freeport police are investigating the rape of two teenage girls by two masked men wielding knives.
National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest said the recent break-ins at four government buildings are an attempt to destabilize the government and that there’s more to it than it seems.
Despite government insisting that she is no longer Director of Public Prosecutions, Cheryl Grant-Bethel staunchly continues to hold onto the position even as a new attorney is hired to take the job.
Depression is a serious and common condition, especially in women, that can impact social life, family relationships, career, and sense of self-worth.
Atlantis Resort on paradise Island is offering a major fall getaway special for visitors to the Bahamas
Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach on Grand Bahama Island is offering a special rate to travelers heading to the Bahamas for Labor Day.
Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation is lending assistance to Long Island farmers who are answering the Bahamas government’s call to produce more food.