Corrupt Bahamian Police are allegedly protecting the Bahamians responsible for the disappearance of two Turkish Nationals in a botched human smuggling incident in Grand Bahama, despite a $100,000 reward for info on their disappearance.
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Efforts to find properly fitted and inexpensive clothing, coupled with a love of fashion led Bahamian entertainer Bodine Johnson to tap into another dimension of her creativity, fashion design.
Adrian Wildgoose, a College of the Bahamas graduate in Mass Communications, who has been using his talents to promote social consciousness through film, took the top award in the country at this year’s National Youth Awards.
Almost two-thirds of Biminites surveyed for the Resorts World/Genting ferry terminal Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) said they did not want an increase in the island’s existing 52,000 annual visitor numbers.
Tribune Editor says the government is making a big mistake by sanctioning a closed door hearing of the five marines in the Cuban detainees beating case.
When voting officially closed on October 1, Bahamian Lavado Stubbs was in the top spot for the TalentHouse music video competition according to the viewer’s choice selection.
In light of the great disparity in announced poll costs and backtracked statements, FNM leader Dr Minnis is calling on the government to show records of costs associated with the referendum.
Wednesday evening marked the inaugural Western Air flight from the Bahamas to Cuba, building what officials hope will be a “bridge” between the two countries to better facilitate trade and commerce.
A Bahamas-based financier’s legal action has been blasted for having “little merit”, the Court of Appeal finding it was a ‘last ditch’ bid to seize more than $8 million generated by his fraudulent activities.