A magistrate yesterday ordered the removal of animals at the Bahamas Association for Social Health (BASH) yesterday morning, after its executive director pleaded not guilty to 14 animal cruelty related charges.
Magistrate Subusola Swain also issued an order prohibiting Terry Miller, 64, from owning any further
Former Minister of State for Social Development Loretta Butler-Turner is calling for a police investigation into certain operations at the Department of Social Services after an auditor general’s report revealed some staff members there participated in a fraudulent food coupon scheme.
Butler-Turner said those people need
The College of The Bahamas (COB) yesterday announced its full support of a “yes vote” in the upcoming gender quality referendum.
A statement released by the college said, “The College of The Bahamas is in full support of equal rights for women and the college supports
Prominent businessman Edward Laing has been acquitted of smuggling 1,480 rounds of ammunition of various calibers from the United States to New Providence in 2014.
The 71-year-old owner of Bahamas Box Limited was moved to tears yesterday as Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt told him that he
All is not well within our wonderful nation, no matter the herculean efforts of the spin doctors and wannabe interns within the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), which I support.
I am not suggesting that all is doom and gloom but there are far too many
Violence and domination through discourse (language) and bullying have become commonplace in our small society. We often talk about our independence and our success at promoting popular advancement, but if we really begin to investigate further we see a culture of massive inequalities and seriously
Paradoxically, Pastor Cedric Moss is both correct and incorrect. In an Op-Ed published on April 16, he wrote that we are having a “dishonest debate” about “gender equality”. This is true, but not on the grounds that Moss provides.
Moss advises Bahamians not to vote to
Two hours of non-stop energy starts tonight, making for one epic weekend
Forget a spring cold, the only thing you want to catch this weekend is fair fever, as the 75th anniversary staple is doing it big with some of the biggest names in Bahamian entertainment — Veronica Bishop, Dillon “D-Mac” McKenzie, Geno D., The Rhythm Band,
It’s a night of art and jazz dubbed “Celebrate” at which the Aquinas College Aces will celebrate all art forms from the music, to culinary, photography, cosmetology, electrical and auto.
“We will celebrate all arts in their own form with displays for parents and invited guests,”