The Government of The Bahamas has granted 88 work permits to the government of the People’s Republic of China, for workers to assist with the construction of a new Chinese Embassy in The Bahamas.
The Bahamas: Headlines
Sources monitoring the John Travolta extortion case say that lawyers are working behind the scenes to make the high-profile case “disappear”.
A magistrate who was once accused of delaying decisions while her cohorts solicited bribes, has suddenly postponed her decision in the case of alleged drug lord Melvin Maycock Sr.
The New Providence Road Improvement Project is underway and once the construction of new road corridors and roundabouts is completed, Nassau drivers will have improved road conditions that will help improve traffic flows.
A nationwide manhunt has been launched for a suspected arsonist who broke out of a police station on Harbour Island.
Minister for the Environment Dr. Earl Deveaux said 2,000 bills reflecting the overcharge were sent out and as a result the affected customers will receive rebates.
An armed robbery suspect was fatally shot by police after he allegedly pulled a knife on an officer after being chased.
Arawak Homes is embroiled in yet another controversy, this time involving a dispute with a family over the ownership of a piece of land.
The pilot of a small plane and his five passengers, including two children and a pregnant woman, were rescued after the plane crashed into the sea due to engine trouble.