Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday apologized to the staff and students of T.G. Glover Primary who had been without a permanent home for more than five years.
The school, which officially opened yesterday, was three years behind schedule and more than $5 million over budget. It
With the country still facing increasing levels of crime and violence, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham appealed to Bahamians yesterday to deal with the issues that are plaguing the nation.
“As a people we must face these social problems, among them the prevalence of dangerous drugs and
It is always insightful when police release the annual crime statistics. The data helps citizens understand what is happening in their communities when it comes to crime and violence.
The data also helps police and lawmakers set policy and allocate resources. Though the Royal Bahamas Police
After years of successive administrations promising to bring disabilities legislation to Parliament, the government this week tabled the Disabilities Equal Opportunities Bill in the House of Assembly, coming one step closer to fulfilling a pledge it has repeatedly made to the disabled community since the
The financing of political campaigns in The Bahamas is considered to be an exclusive matter involving party candidates, political parties and their contributors, and according to Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Bethel there is no political will to change that.
Bethel, however, acknowledged that there
The three main shareholder governments in LIAT – the airline that is vital to movement of tourists and locals alike in the Caribbean – are scheduled to meet on January 31 to consider options for the airline, which lost US$14.8 million last year.
If LIAT collapses,
I have been privileged to travel to many parts of the world and to have toured their touristic attractions. Here in our own country, comparatively few Bahamians would have ever taken the time or had the inclination to visit a single Family Island. Tens
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Member of Parliament for Fox Hill Fred Mitchell and a slew of opposition supporters are badgering Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham to take part in a national debate. This proposed debate, which would be
Funeral service for Marie Elizabeth McKinney-Charlton, 47 yrs., a resident of Carmichael Road West, who died on January, 2012, will be held at Holy Family Catholic Church, Robinson & Claridge Roads, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Fr. Thomas P. Brislin, C.P. Interment
Funeral service for Clemnardo Ireno Johnson age 11 affectionately called “Nardo” of Lower Bogue Eleuthera, who died at his residence January 14th, will be held on Saturday 1:00 p.m. at Charles Wesley Methodist Church Lower Bogue Eleuthera. Rev. John Baldwin II assisted by Pastor John