I served with Tennyson Wells in Cabinet and in the House of Assembly. Personally, I like him and think that he means well for the country. But everyone who means well doesn’t know what well means; no pun intended.
Tennyson is delusional if he believes that
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday the FNM is “at a sensitive time”, as senior FNMs mull over having an early convention to stave off a move to oust Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis by the majority of the FNM’s House of
While refusing to speak to Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) proposed electricity rate increase, Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard yesterday insisted PowerSecure should be given an opportunity to fulfill its agreement with the government.
“Now that you have hired PowerSecure, they are in place
A man who investigators believe conspired to kill a witness in an abetment to murder case was yesterday granted $20,000 bail after the Crown did not object to his release.
Ramon Sweeting, 37, of Coral Harbour, was charged in connection with an alleged plot to bump
Members of Bahamas Women’s Watch (BWW) held a press conference yesterday urging Bahamians to channel anger toward women and minorities through political action as opposed to violence.
The BWW expressed concern for the future and safety of women in the face of the gender equality referendum,
On a Saturday when the weather surged between sunny and hot to gusty and wet, spirits remained high at Lampkin & Company’s yard sale and wellness fair for charity. The insurance broker and employee benefits consultants firm hosted a fundraiser with The Cancer Society of