A baggage handler yesterday admitted to injuring a superior, but claimed it was an accident.
Peggy Sweeting is on trial for causing harm to Mazilee Knowles, the acting assistant human resources manager at the Airport Authority, in March 2017.
Sweeting took the witness stand in her defense
We reported in February that The Bahamas needed 528 registered nurses and 140 trained clinical nurses. Director of Nursing Marcel Johnson made these findings in a minute paper to Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands and the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Health.
According to data
Let’s celebrate our nationhood and freedom, not another country’s inheritance. We should be beaten with an old-fashioned tamarind switch. The plume de plume and prim de prim is not Bahamian. The world is saying Bahamians are a bunch of copy cats.
At one of our
When the late Timothy Gibson composed the national anthem, he wanted to capture the essence of this archipelago. He warned us to beware of the wide and treacherous shoal.
Our sailors and men could do well to listen to the words as they stand for
The problem with the use of trade sanctions is that the innocent get hurt. This is particularly so when one economically powerful nation acts against another, and regulations are written in such a way that they have an extraterritorial effect on third world nations and