Local Government National Advisory Committee (NAC) Chairman Senator Ranard Henfield said the committee will have its recommendations for Cabinet by the end of September.
In April, the government tasked the committee with making recommendations that will shape local government in New Providence.
“We really have until October but
The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) will execute an “aggressive, mass disconnection” exercise next week. The state provider seeks to recoup nearly $45 million owed by delinquent account holders, according to WSC Chairman Adrian Gibson.
Asked about the debtors and whether these include commercial entities and/or
Audrey Dean-Wright was a wonderful amazing, kind, patient, generous, soft spoken and extraordinarily gifted, Christian woman. She shared her God-given gifts and blessings at every opportunity – immediately responding when asked, and finding opportunities to give wherever she saw a need. As urged by St.
To think God gave us this place of untold beauty and for the love of money we were prepared to spit in his face. There is no greater shame. I believe as the inhabitants of one of the Earth’s most pristine and beautiful countries
I must clear my conscience up front and say that I am in full agreement with the new laws and the immediate implementation of the same as it relates to making our roads safer.
But we did not go far enough. People are eating, putting
The speaker of the House of Assembly and the president of the Senate are joint heads of the legislative branch of our government, one of the three branches of our parliamentary democracy.
In his oration cum civics lesson at the funeral of the late Chief Justice
Lawyers for four former cashiers at Battery Tyre and Specialists plan to ask a Supreme Court judge to compel prosecutors to hand over documents essential to their defense against allegations of stealing by reason of employment.
Anthonique Bowleg, Alice Murphy, Shalesia Bannister, and Bradlisha Bullard are
JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — South Sudan's civil war has caused nearly 400,000 "excess deaths" since fighting erupted in late 2013, a new report funded by the U.S. State Department said Wednesday after years of uncertainty.
The report by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical