In a national address last night, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis characterized the Minnis administration as a party which has failed to offer clear plans to tackle critical issues facing the nation.
“On the theme of transformation, the prime minister offered very little, beyond the general
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis last night said he found Prime Minister Hubert Minnis’ attempt to blame the leaders of The Bahamas in the 1970s and 1980s for the drug trade “deplorable”.
Davis also criticized the government’s lack of initiatives to tackle crime.
“While we share the
A teen appeared in court yesterday charged with multiple murders.
Prosecutors allege that Julio Deveaux, 18, of Morley Street, killed two men in 2016 and a third in June of this year.
He is charged with non-capital murder in all of the incidents that occurred in the
A jury was yesterday seated in the murder trial of Edlin Severe.
The 24-year-old is on trial before Senior Justice Vera Watkins for the 2014 murder of Deon Brown, who also used the surname Burrows.
He has pleaded not guilty and is on remand.
Prosecutor Abigail Farrington is
A man accused of murder proclaimed his innocence yesterday and requested a speedy trial.
Rico Taylor, 28, of Fleming Street, appeared before Assistant Chief Magistrate Subusola Swain charged with non-capital murder in the July 21 shooting death of Ashanton Newbold, who was on bail for attempted
Doctors Hospital plans to introduce primary care as a part of its services, according to its CEO Charles Sealy who explained yesterday that the service will be offered whether National Health Insurance (NHI) is properly implemented or not.
During an interview with The Nassau Guardian yesterday,
In an address to the nation on Monday night, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis criticized the government's spending cuts and charged that the Minnis administration’s agenda is “empty” beyond “political revenge”.
Davis' address was in response to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ national address delivered last
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) last night alerted residents in Northeast Bahamas that they are expected to experience 2-8 inches of rain associated with Tropical Storm Emily from last night until 4 p.m. today. The areas to be impacted are Grand Bahama, Abaco, Bimini,