Technology has provided great benefits to us over the past decades. The television, telephone, and computer have certainly lightened the load and provided wholesome avenues for information, learning, and entertainment. Technology has also made home appliances more efficient and easier to control.
In recent years the
On January 10th, The Bahamas celebrated Majority Rule Day commemorating the date in 1967 when for the first time, the majority of the Bahamian population was properly represented. As history bears out, prior to that time, the voice of the majority was suppressed and there
Some people think, incorrectly of course, that money equals success. They believe that if a person is a millionaire, that person is successful. Well they could be, however, not necessarily. I personally know a lot of very rich, and yet at the same time very
“What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means! We are those who have died to sin; how can we live in it any longer? Or don’t you know that all of us who were baptized
Mario Moxey, Bahamas Harvest Church co-pastor. FILE
The membership at Bahamas Harvest Church were encouraged to consider their ways in 2019 as church senior pastor Mario Moxey hosts a four-week “New Year New Me” series, during the first of which he encouraged them to at the start of this year, evaluate themselves,
Melanie Griffin. FILE
Former Minister of Social Services Melanie Griffin yesterday lambasted Minister of Social Services Frankie Campbell for his “inappropriate” and “unimaginable” comments about rape.
Campbell dismissed reporters’ questions about the rise in rapes in 2018 on Tuesday.
“I can’t fathom that response,” Griffin said.
“I really can’t. If the
According to the Regional Commission on Marijuana, The Bahamas could see a financial benefit of around $5 million from the legalization of marijuana and the regulation of its sale. AP
The Bahamas National Commission on Marijuana will be given a budget of at least $100,000, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday.
In August, Cabinet approved the formation of a committee to examine the issue of marijuana in The Bahamas and make recommendations to the government.
Its recommendations will
Exumas and Ragged Island Member of Parliament and Progressive Liberal Party Deputy Leader Chester Cooper delivers remarks at the PLP rally last night.
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper yesterday urged the Bahamian people to fire the Minnis administration in the next general election over its missteps since coming to office, but said in the meantime, if the prime minister does not resign, the opposition may
Speaker of the House Halson Moultrie.
Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie said yesterday that an auditor general’s report into alleged abuse of funds at the Department of Education was delivered to the House last September but was never given to him or the acting clerk.
Moultrie said he