In the aftermath of about 70 employees of Hutchison-Whampoa’s operations on Grand Bahama losing their jobs Wednesday, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has accused the Ingraham administration of having a “lackadaisical” attitude toward the country’s second largest economic sector.
“Rather than being actively engaged with the
Police yesterday admitted they never contacted the mother of a 12-year-old boy reported missing by his father on Tuesday.
Police instead issued a national missing person’s bulletin for Brandon Neymour Jr. within 24 hours.
The boy’s mother, Carolyn Fatal, said yesterday he was in her care.
A 24-year-old mother of four was found dead late Wednesday night in a Cowpen Road home, in a case that police have classified as a sudden death.
However, the mother of Sandy Joachim, believes that there is something sinister about her daughter’s death.
Jenifer Utel said her
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said in a statement yesterday that remarks made by Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Bethel that “voter dissatisfaction will fade as the election nears” was insulting and proof that the FNM is out of touch with the
A magistrate yesterday ordered a policeman’s son to attend community counseling after he pleaded guilty to drug possession.
Alvon Emmanuel, 18, of Sunset Park, admitted that police found him with two grams of marijuana on December 27.
He is the son of Assistant Superintendent Allan Emmanuel.
A magistrate on Thursday fined a Jamaican man for deceiving a public officer.
Cleveland James, 40, of Pinewood Drive, pleaded guilty to the charge when he made his initial appearance before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez.
Asked why he gave police a false name, James told the magistrate,
As a constituent of Marco City, I am very ambivalent about the decision of the Free National Movement (FNM) party to move Zhivargo Laing to the Fort Charlotte constituency in New Providence. Laing, who is the Minister of State for Finance, has represented Marco
2012 dawns on a gloomy horizon for the 15 countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). It is a dawn whose breaking, although foretold, was largely ignored. If the inertia continues in the vague hope that external conditions will improve to the extent that global buoyancy
Bahamians should monitor closely the economic events in Europe and the United States. Several European countries such as Spain, Portugal and Italy are having trouble managing their debts. Other European economies such as Ireland and Greece have already been bailed out, but may still need
Religious leaders say all citizens of the country have a role to play in turning the trend and recreating the safe Bahamas of their forefathers