City Market's new chief executive officer Benita Rahming has called comments by AML Chairman Dionisio D'Aguilar"an attack"on its(City Market's)mostly female executive team--comments D'Aguilar insists would be the same even if the team was all male.
"I read with some degree of amusement and disappointment remarks
"Mentoring is mission critical. For the industry to move forward, it is important to bridge all of the experiences of the past with the needs of the future,"Stuart Bowe toldGuardian Businesslast week.It was around the 7:00 a.m. hour on a Friday when Bowe was able
Bishop Earl Randolph Fraser may be going through one of the greatest trials in his life--but he's still celebrating.And his congregants are celebrating too, in the midst of a sexual misconduct trial involving their pastor.Hundreds, including Fraser's defense lawyer Jairam Mangra and his family, gathered
The mother of the country's latest murder victim, the 17th for the year so far, was less than five feet away from her son when he was shot in the head with a shotgun inside his Domingo Heights apartment around 10:30 Saturday night.Gabrielle Pierre, who
The Judicial and Legal Services Commission has appointed a new magistrate to preside over the Gun Court,The Guardiancan reveal.
Joyann Ferguson-Pratt, a former chief counsel in the Office of the Attorney General, begins sitting today in Court Number 9, Nassau Street, the chambers previously occupied
Getting the best medical treatment for her sick son motivated career civil servant Lynnith Braynen to request a posting at the Bahamas consulate in Miami in 2009.
Now a judge will decide whether she remains there. Mrs. Braynen's son, five-year-old Tyrone, has cerebral palsy spastic
Sprinter Sheniqua Ferguson added two individual medals, to her already impressive collegiate track and field resume, over the weekend. The senior attending Auburn University competed in her final Southeastern Conference(SEC)Indoor Championships for the Lady Tigers. The championships were held at the Randal Tyson Track Center
The Bahamian political arena, like many others around the world, leaves a lot to be desired. The rhetoric that goes on publicly between the two major sides is simply ridiculous, especially since many know that there have always been cases whereby they fight in public