Earlier this week the prime minister opened up and expressed his hurt and pain caused by the nasty, vile song that was written about him and his family. I join with him and all right-thinking Bahamians in condemning the song and gutter politics.
A few words from the Byzantines on this topic: “The ruler’s highest achievement is the administration of justice,” Nicholas I Mysticos, 10th century ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople.
Unfortunately it seems our rulers do not hold the administration of justice in high regard.
Instead they have appointed
Would you agree with me that The Bahamas is a small country? After all, we can only boast of a population of 350,000 people. But, notwithstanding our small size, The Bahamas has managed to etch out our place on the world scene from sports,
Bahamians were deeply concerned when the auditor general’s report tabled in Parliament in May revealed that motor vehicle license revenue was under-recorded by a minimum of $10 million, and license plate revenue was under-recorded by nearly $250,000.
A mix of misconduct and an archaic system with
Commission insists carnival was a success
Forecasters are keeping a close eye on Hurricane Matthew, which they said could impact The Bahamas by early next week.
“The National Hurricane Center expects the system to cross over eastern Cuba and enter Bahamian waters late Monday into Tuesday, which would put it just south
Bahamasair Managing Director Henry “Trottie” Woods died at 12:07 p.m. yesterday at the University of Miami Hospital in South Florida, the airline announced.
Woods had a procedure in Nassau late last week and never regained consciousness, according to two people who were close to him.
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney, Deputy Leader Chris Mortimer and Chairman Andrew Wilson all secured their positions at the party’s convention yesterday, being elected unopposed for their respective posts.
The DNA is hosting its two-day conclave at SuperClubs Breezes.
McCartney said the convention will serve
More than 1,500 former Baha Mar employees have received payments as part of the agreement the government signed with the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM), according to Claims Committee Chairman James Smith.
The committee began settling claims on Tuesday.
As of Wednesday night, approximately 1,250 former employees
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest yesterday cautioned trade union leaders who recently declared “war on the government” to show restraint to avoid negatively impacting the economy with industrial action.
On Wednesday, leaders of the National Congress of Trade Unions Bahamas (NCTUB) and the