With our fourth downgrade in four and one half years, The Bahamas has finally reached junk investment status under the leadership of Perry Gladstone Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). Foreign direct investment (FDI), which has been one of the major arteries of
Credit rating downgrades are political red meat for opposition forces, but they should not be. Rather, there should be a mature, constructive, country-first approach to dealing with these kinds of issues.
In the past, as is the case today, within hours of an announced downgrade oppositions
Butler-Turner defends controversial Senate appointment
Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Central and South Abaco James Albury, 23, asserted that his age is not a factor in his ability to perform as an MP.
Albury, was ratified during a meeting of the FNM’s Central Council Wednesday night.
“Everyone has this magic age
The newly formed United People’s Movement (UPM) has released the first part of its platform for national development, highlighting its plans to repeal and replace value-added tax (VAT), institute term limits for prime minister, tax reform, sweeping constitutional reform and anti-corruption legislation, if it were
A man who begged a magistrate to allow him to remain free for the holidays was yesterday sentenced to two years’ in prison for house breaking.
Jemson Burrows, 25, of Bitter Root Road, Nassau Village, pleaded guilty to house breaking and stealing at his arraignment before
Dale Turnquest, the mother of the 25-year-old boater found dead after a boat he was on collided with a defense force vessel in Nassau Harbour nearly three months ago, is calling on Her Majesty’s Coroner to bring the family justice so they can begin to
A Jamaican man who was held at the detention center for two and a half years will spend Christmas with his family.
Senior Justice Stephen Isaacs this week ordered the release of Jermaine Burton ahead of the hearing of his application for a writ of habeas
Officers took a man and a woman into custody following the seizure of a quantity of ammunition on Thursday, according to police.
Reports are that after 10:30 a.m., a motorcycle officer from the Police Traffic Division was on routine
patrol on Carmichael Road, when he attempted to
A 41-year-old man accused of beating up his live-in girlfriend and threatening to kill her has been remanded to prison.
Peter Johnson, of Pineyard Road, pleaded not guilty to causing harm to Ruth Knowles, 57, and threatening to kill her at his arraignment before Magistrate Samuel