The board of the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas is proposing to let go 93 employees as the BCB transitions to public service broadcasting.
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Bahamas Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade said yesterday that he is “depressed” by the high murder rate but expressed optimism that the situation will soon change.
Usman Saadat, currently the Director of Policy and Regulation, will move into his new position as CEO at the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) next month.
Fingerprint comparisons have confirmed that the badly decomposed body of a man found inside a huge tiger shark, caught near Exuma last week, is that of Judson Newton, a boater who went missing off western New Providence in late August
To celebrate the release of her new album, Bahamian singer Dalia Feldman will hold a special concert on Saturday, September 25, at 8 p.m. at The Regency Theatre in Grand Bahama.
A man was pulled out of his parked car and shot twice by a group of men in the Carmichael area.
Newly reported seismic data has reportedly confirmed the potential of billions of dollars worth of oil under the waters of the Bahamas, especially in the Cay Sal Bank area.
The Acklins Island Administrator’s Office was robbed of over $200,000 in the latest in a series of break-ins carried out on Bahamas government buildings in recent months.
It is disappointing that only after international attention was brought to the case, has the Bahamas government decided to hold a Coroner’s court hearing into Mr Tuckfield’s death.