The Ministry of Health reported on Monday that there were 65 new cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths.
A MOTHER and her child were found slain at their Nassau Village home on Monday morning.
PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has questioned why nations prone to disaster are still being assessed by international financial institutions using “outdated” methodologies.
THE Water and Sewerage Corporation has started construction of booster stations in the areas of Mangrove Bush, Petty’s and Grays.
PRIDE Bahamas 2020 will kick off next week and organisers say it will be a week-long series of virtual events geared toward making The Bahamas a country that is more accepting and inclusive of LGBTQI+ people.
FOUR people are in hospital after a shooting and two stabbing incidents over the weekend.
CENTREVILLE MP Reece Chipman said yesterday he is not interested in joining the opposition Progressive Liberal Party.
AMID complaints of illegal use of land and destruction of natural ponds and animal habitats, Minister of Environmental Health and Housing Romauld Ferreira revealed that the Forestry Unit in his ministry is in the process of drafting a legal framework to repeal and replace the Forestry Act 2010.
THE Royal Bahamas Police Force is expected to charge several people today over allegations of fraud at the National Insurance Board.
THE Bahamas leads the region in prison occupancy rates, coupled with the third highest rate of repeat offending, according to a new Inter-American Development Bank report.
LIGHTNING struck Timothy Sweeting in the “twinkling of an eye” last week Monday and changed his family forever.
Two men are in hospital after a shooting on Saturday night.
A man is dead after a traffic accident on Coral Harbour Road early on Saturday morning.
Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has called for a vulnerability index to be used in the decision-making processes of international financial institutions and international donors with regards to countries like The Bahamas.
The Ministry of Health reported on Friday that there were 91 new cases of COVID-19, three additional deaths and one additional death under investigation.