Former Chairman of the Antiquities, Monuments & Museum Corporation (AMMC) Reece Chipman should look into taking legal action against Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis for public statements he made regarding Chipman’s termination, said Wayne Munroe, QC, yesterday.
Responding to the media on Monday, Minnis said he
The government cannot continue with the $5.5 Oban Energies deal as it is currently signed, said Wayne Munroe, QC, yesterday, who also asserted that the deal will not add anything tangible to the country’s economy.
“They seem obsessed about the Oban deal and I’ve finally figured
After four years of net recession between 2012 and 2016, the economy grew by 1.8 percent last year. This year it is expected to grow by 2.5 percent.
We are having quite the start to the year in tourism when it comes to air arrivals –
The entire Christian community, even those who did not vote for the Minnis administration, should intercede for the success of our government in the national interest of our country.
Our prayers must go beyond our politics. If the government succeeds, we all benefit. If the
Gambling houses sponsoring sporting events is not in our national interest. It does not send the right message to our youth, who need to be taught that developing the content of one’s character, hard work and discipline in life are ideals to strive for
Few of your readers will remember The Nassau Guardian of February 26, 2018. It showed a picture and a brief comment of Kenneth Albury, an outstanding Bahamian sailor, who won a gold medal in the Finn monotype class at the 1959 Pan American Games
Since my visit to Clifton Heritage Park in late February, during which a cleanup of the Sacred Space and adjacent property was underway, I have continued to monitor the progress.
A low wall of cut native stone is being constructed roadside opposite the Sacred Space
At his funeral mass yesterday at St. Anselm’s in Fox Hill, the family, friends and associates of the late George Victor Cox, O.B.E., and his parish community and fellow Rotarians gathered in fellowship and fondness to remember and to celebrate his life and his exemplary
A man who was forced to represent himself at his Supreme Court trial was yesterday acquitted on appeal.
Jermaine Brown was sentenced to five years in prison for possession of an unlicensed firearm and eight years in prison for possession of a firearm with intent to