Director of Labour John Pinder yesterday expressed disappointment in the Consultant Physicians Staff Association’s (CPSA) decision to withdraw services, noting that negotiations with the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) were not at a stalemate.
Pinder, who spoke to The Nassau Guardian as the CPSA made its announcement, said, “I’d be
A man and woman have been charged with money laundering offenses after police seized close to US$14,000.
Warren Ellis, 43, and April Ellis, 36, both of Central Pines, Abaco, were arrested in the departure lounge of the Lynden Pindling International Airport on November 26.
The arraignment, which
A woman was yesterday jailed for 19 years over a plot to kill a witness in a murder case.
Oneil Marshall, who had been in the Witness Protection Program, was shot multiple times after his friend, Caryn Moss, lured him from his home on April 30.
There was a shutdown yesterday of the majority of services at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) as a result of the withdrawal of labor by more than 100 senior physicians.
Approximately 115 senior physicians withdrew services following failed negotiations with the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), according to
If the Free National Movement (FNM) is serious about holding onto the historic constituency of Fox Hill in 2022, then the entire organization must circle the wagons around its embattled MP, Shonel Ferguson, who has hit a rough patch over the past 12 months
Marijuana is the most commonly abused illegal drug in The Bahamas. Those who are proffering to legalize it for recreational use just do not get it. They fail to see that the greatest costs of marijuana are not related to it being illegal but
Trade is buying and selling goods and services. In successful trading, one produces and sells what one produces best relative to others with whom one trades. I can landscape my yard and I can lead organizations. I can try to do both during the week
Back for a fourth consecutive year in The Bahamas, American legendary golfer Tiger Woods hopes to make this year’s Hero World Challenge as memorable as ever.
The PGA Tour’s 2018 Hero World Challenge gets underway on Thursday and will run through Sunday at Albany, here in The Bahamas. It is the only
The University of The Bahamas (UB) Athletics Department recently hosted an anti-doping seminar for student-athletes at the Michael Eldon Complex in conjunction with the Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission (BADC).
Executive Director of BADC Petra Haven and her team informed the student-athletes about the substances on the prohibited
The present minister of youth, sports and culture, Lanisha Rolle, is taking steps that are indeed commendable, as she seeks to get the best grip on the national sporting scene and a general insight into the connecting regional and international pictures.
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