A team of officers from Grand Bahama and New Providence are assisting police in Alice Town, Bimini and fire officials with their investigation into how a blaze got started at the area police station.
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Tragedy struck on the streets of downtown Freeport when a vehicle – carrying three children and their mother – was severely mangled, nearly beyond recognition.
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has its plan to reconnect people who can’t pay their Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) bills. The PLP seems undeterred by past experiences with such exercises.
We lament the possibility that our tourism product of sun, sand, and sea may degrade into a hodgepodge of loosely associated theme park attractions scattered across the islands.
Christopher Simms is alleging he was beaten, bruised and bludgeoned by an off-duty cop at the Smith’s Point Fish Fry several weeks ago, while he was out with friends.
Professional photographer and owner of Positive Negatives Professional Photography David Blecman and a group of 27 professionals have decided to use the island of Grand Bahama and the International Bazaar as a source of artistic inspiration.
The maniacs who slaughtered the farm animals at St. George’s High returned over the weekend to kill the school’s remaining three goats.
For some students, this is their last term in Primary School, while others will be saying good-bye to their institution and looking forward to the long desired summer break. But between now and that break lies the dreaded word “Examinations.”
Thousands of New Providence residents were left bailing out their homes after record rainfall created widespread flooding, catching many people off guard.