Two weeks after he was sworn in as chief justice, Stephen Isaacs died at Doctors Hospital on August 24. He was 63.
Isaacs was called to the Bahamas Bar in 1982. He acted in several roles throughout his career, including registrar of the Court of Appeal,
The PM’s diktat that work permits are to be reduced simply because too many have been issued is nonsense and pure economic suicide.
The government cannot on the one hand encourage Bahamian and foreign direct investment, which by necessity requires many foreign work permits, pass
The Caribbean has always felt confident that it understands the politics and values of Europe. This is largely because of a shared history, a common commitment to democracy and centrist thinking as well as the European Union’s continuing role in supporting regional development.
Despite this, it
Environmentalist and reEarth Co-Founder Sam Duncombe said yesterday she has no faith in Disney’s proposed plans for Lighthouse Point in South Eleuthera.
She said in 30 years of experience as an environmentalist, she has learned what developers say at the onset is “not necessarily what happens
A con woman who tricked 15 people into believing that she could get them luxury appliances and furniture at a reduced price was yesterday jailed for two years.
Latoya Seymour, 44, of Foster Street, Chippingham, a chef at Harvey’s Bar and Grill, lied to her victims
A former prosecution witness is now facing two counts of perverting the course of justice after he repudiated his statements to police in a social media post and in an affidavit.
Carlderon Brown is accused of making a false affidavit to a justice of the peace
As it returns for its fourth year in November, the Exuma Marathon, featuring the Run for Pompey, is expected to “generate the biggest turnout yet”.
Exuma Marathon Co-Founder Kevin Taylor said they expect participants from the United States and Canada as well as France and Ireland.
In recent years, Exuma’s world-famous swimming pigs have become the iconic brand of the Bahamian tourism product, but they were not always a bucket list sensation.
Their story has now been documented by Canadian author, T. R. Todd, former business editor for The Nassau Guardian, who
The people of Eleuthera are truly one of a kind.
During my recent trip to the island, we stopped in Bannerman Town on the way to Lighthouse Point. Under a poinciana tree, a few people were gathered, and we walked over to introduce ourselves. We were