Local Rheumatologist Honored by The Caribbean Association for Rheumatology!

Local Rheumatologist Honored by The Caribbean Association for Rheumatology! At the recent Annual Caribbean Association for Rheumatology meeting (May 3rd - 5th), a local Rheumatologist, Dr. Vincent Nwosa, was honored for excellence in service and dedication in the advancement of Rheumatology in The Caribbean...

read more »

National Hurricane Center

Providing analyses, forecasts, and warnings of tropical cyclones and disturbances over the Atlantic basin.

Tribune News

The Tribune is The Bahamas' second oldest newspaper and has been publishing since 1903. It is published Monday through Saturday and is usually available by 5 am. Check BahamasLocalNews.com for updates throughout the day.

The Nassau Guardian News

The Nassau Guardian is The Bahamas' oldest newspaper and has been publishing since 1844. It is published Monday through Saturday and is usually available by 5 am. Check BahamasLocalNews.com for updates throughout the day.

Ads

Latest News - BahamasLocal.com Stories

Infrastructure initiatives on the drawing board for The Bahamas says Works Minister
Bridges, roads, buildings and airports throughout The Bahamas are among the 260 infrastructure projects that the Ministry of Public Works has on its schedule for the year. The Hon. Desmond Bannister, Minister, highlighted some of them during his recent contribution to the 2019-2020 Budget Debate in the House of Assembly...

read more »
PM announces major development for Fish Fry at Arawak Cay
The government is moving with complete transformation of the popular local and tourist attraction know as the ‘Fish Fry’ at Arawak Cay, aimed at empowering local business ownership...

read more »
PM says Government will ensure Bahamians Access Crown Land
Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis announced that his government has embarked on an ambitious effort to ensure Bahamians have greater access to Crown Land...

read more »
Campbell: Facilitation of extension to BAPD is part of Government's plan to ensure equal and equitable treatment
The completion of the extensions to the facility housing the Bahamas Association for the Physically Disabled (BAPD) School on Dolphin Drive is part of the Government of The Bahamas’ plan to ensure there is equal and equitable treatment for persons with disabilities...

read more »
The Caribbean's Theodore Elyett-Designer to the Stars
Celebrities Will Smith, Porsha Williams, Maxwell, and Michelle Williams have one thing in common; in the last six months, they have all worked with fashion designer Theodore Elyett - catapulting the Mission Catwalk Season 3 and Bahamian Icon winner from Caribbean sensation, to an international designer to the stars...

read more »
Cassius Stuart Presented a Copy of His Book to the Governor General
NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Cassius Stuart presented a copy of his book 'A New Start in Business' to...

read more »
PM Touts $8 Billion in International Investments
NASSAU, The Bahamas – Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis announced that $8 billion in international investments have been approved as at May 2019...

read more »
Ministry of Foreign Affairs -- Update on Mr. Ramsey and Mr. John
Ministry of Foreign Affairs -- Update on Mr. Ramsey and Mr. John The Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to inform the general public that the Foreign Service Officer in Turin is now in receipt of the death certificates and passports of Mr. Ramsey and Mr. John...

read more »
Women's World Cup: England beat Japan to finish top of Group D
England face a favourable draw in the Women's World Cup last 16 after they beat 2011 winners Japan to finish top of Group D thanks to two Ellen White goals...

read more »
Kane Williamson: New Zealand's 'gem of a player' anchors tense World Cup win
It's the final over. Your team needs eight runs for victory. It's tense. So what do you do?...

read more »
Women's World Cup: Scotland knocked out after 3-3 draw with Argentina
Scotland are out of the Women's World Cup after a twice-taken added-time penalty gave Argentina a dramatic draw...

read more »
Faith in ruins: China's vanishing beards and mosques
The BBC has found new evidence of the increasing control and suppression of Islam in China's far western region of Xinjiang – including the widespread destruction of mosques...

read more »
Strait of Hormuz: US confirms drone shot down by Iran
A US military surveillance drone has been shot down by Iranian forces while flying over the Strait of Hormuz...

read more »
Christchurch attack: New Zealand launches gun buy-back scheme
New Zealand has launched a gun buy-back scheme in the wake of the deadly Christchurch mosque shootings...

read more »
Gulf crisis: Close up to stricken oil tanker with the US Navy
The US military says one of the oil tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a mine resembling those used by the Iranian security forces...

read more »
Xi Jinping visits N Korea to boost China's ties with Kim
China's President Xi Jinping has met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un during the first Chinese state visit to Pyongyang in 14 years...

read more »
Budget Contribution by Minister Renward Wells
Contribution of Hon. Renward R. Wells Member of Parliament (Bamboo Town) Minister of Transport and Local Government to the Budget Debate – Fiscal Year 2019/2020...

read more »
Newly elected Bar Assn Real Estate Chair Sharlyn Smith: ‘Land reform top priority’
Newly elected Bar Assn Real Estate Chair Sharlyn Smith: Land reform top priority The newly-elected chair of the Bahamas Bar Association’s real estate division, Sharlyn R. Smith, vowed today to use her post to address what she called “an urgent need for land reform and matters which impact land administration.”...

read more »
The Forgotten Sickler: Still much work to do in tackling sickle cell, a public health concern
She was never supposed to live past the age of eight. Now, she’s 42...

read more »
Stat Oil/Equinor Paid Courtesy Call on the Prime Minister
Executives of Stat Oil/Equinor paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Hubert Minnis, Thursday morning, June 20, 2019 at Cabinet Office...

read more »