The Integrity Commission Bill will move forward when the prime minister sees fit, Minister of State for Legal Affairs Elsworth Johnson said yesterday.
“One of the things that the government wants, I think should happen, is civil society should come quickly with their recommendations for the
The Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) plant at Clifton Pier to provide new generation service is in the process of being handed over to Finnish company Wärtsilä. Earlier this month, BPL announced it signed a contract with Wärtsilä to install 132-megawatts of power at Clifton. It will
Students of systematic theology would know that ecclesiology is the doctrine of the church. The New Testament church, which was founded by Jesus Christ, is the continuation of the Old Testament community of faith. The loquacious and outspoken Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine is a
“Well done, well done, my good and faithful one. Welcome to the place where you belong.”
— The Afters
Apart from my parents, there are three persons who have made an indelibly impactful impression on my life, each of whom was inextricably connected to Saint John’s University
The government has submitted its proposed amendments to its heads of agreement with Oban Energies for a $5.5 billion oil refinery and storage facility in East Grand Bahama and is expected to meet with the company today, Labour Minister Dion Foulkes said yesterday.
The talks are
A man was shot dead and another injured near the Fox Hill Parade yesterday as officers were on routine patrol in the area, police said.
Police said the suspects fled the scene on a moped as officers pursued them.
However, police said the suspects eluded them behind Bahamas Harvest
As he unveiled his government’s plans for Exuma, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis blasted the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for opposing a resolution to borrow $100 million from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to fund disaster management.
Minnis told a crowd of Exuma natives on Saturday night that
Parliamentarians will debate the Road Traffic (Amendment) (No.2) Bill, which seeks to restrict the use of cell phones while driving, when the House of Assembly meets on Wednesday, Leader of Government Business Renward Wells confirmed yesterday.
MPs will also debate the Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 2019.
A man was found dead in the area of Pioneers Way near Coral Road in Freeport, Grand Bahama, on Saturday night with injuries to his body, police said.
Acting on information, police said they went to the area shortly after 11 p.m. and discovered the body.
While the victim had injuries