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Ten individuals were flown into New Providence on Thursday afternoon, November 16th, 2017, after being taken into custody during a joint Immigration and Police operation on Wednesday, November 15th, which targeted illegals across mainland Eleuthera. (Eleuthera,...

MINISTRY OF FINANCIAL SERVICES, TRADE & INDUSTRY AND IMMIGRATION: We have become aware of a fake report circulating on social media which purports to communicate certain new rules related to Immigration Enforcement.  Among its claims are that all Bahamians must now produce their Bahamian e-Passport upon demand; that foreigners must be able to...

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General Situation: A large elongated trough continues to bring unsettled weather across the SE Bahamas along with lingering weather from a dissipating front across the NW Bahamas. This front will enhance showers across the Central Bahamas...

By Staff2 on Nov 16th, 2017
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As of Saturday, November 11th, 2017, all Domestic and International flights commenced departure from the former International Terminal.  Additionally passengers are being advised to arrive to check in at least one hour before domestic flights...

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(Savannah Sound, Eleuthera, The Bahamas)  Finalists in the 2017 Eleuthera District Series of Debate Competitions came together in the Championship Round matchup on the morning of Thursday, November 9th, 2017, at the Ministry of Education’s...

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Customers in Central Eleuthera, from Windermere Island to Gregory Town have reportedly been without water since Wednesday, November 8th, 2017. The Eleutheran has learned that the General Electric plant at the former Naval Base in Governor’s...

By Staff1 on Nov 10th, 2017
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Bales of marijuana which were trucked to the airport in Governor’s Harbour and later flown to New Providence. According to reports, sometime around 2:30 pm on Thursday, 9th November, 2017, a joint drug operation conducted by Officers from...

OUTSTANDING JOB – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Hon. K. Peter Turnquest (second from right) presents Yana Swain of Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic School, with her certificate and award for winning the essay competition hosted by the Caribbean Organization of Tax Administrators. Under the theme, “Reformation of Taxes” the essay competition was held in June of this year and Yana won over all of the entrants from The Bahamas. Also on hand for the presentation, which took place on Monday, October 30, 2017 at Mary Star, were Rosemary Pintard-Bowe, Acting Comptroller for the Department of Inland Revenue (second from left); Vice Principal of Mary Star, Mrs. Hanna (left) and Yana’s dad, Denzel Swain (right).  (BIS Photo/Lisa Davis)

OUTSTANDING JOB – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Hon. K. Peter Turnquest (second from right) presents Yana Swain of Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic School, with her certificate and award for winning the essay competition...