“And if there is evidence of criminality we will let the law take its course.”
The Bahamas: Headlines
In what is the worst defeat of a governing party in recent history, the Bahamian people landed a crushing blow to the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) at the polls Wednesday.
It was the best and worst of times.
Citizenship By Investment, the controversial practice in some Caribbean nations, was in the global spotlight Sunday as CBS’ 60 Minutes put the focus on what it called simply: “Passports for Sale.”
The new Embassy will be located off Shirley Street, East Street, and Sands Road.
Arianna Vanderpool- Wallace can now be referred to as the fastest female swimmer on this side of the globe. In…
Desperate for cash and fearing the opening of Cuba will destroy their tourism industry, the Government of The Bahamas is taking the unprecedented step of nationalizing the largest resort development in the country’s history.
The family of a long-time B.C. doctor says he was stabbed to death on Thursday while on vacation in the Bahamas.
A Jamaican woman alleges that she was abducted and raped by a senior immigration officer in The Bahamas earlier this week. It will be interesting to see how Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell dismisses this latest scandal in his department.