The murder of a Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine at Government House was “shocking and disturbing”, Attorney General Carl Bethel said in the Senate yesterday.
Bethel said RBDF Petty Officer Philip Perpall’s murder on “hallowed ground” was a tragedy and that any lapses in security
The Free National Movement (FNM) yesterday called for the withholding of political rhetoric regarding the murder of Petty Officer Philip Perpall, the Royal Bahamas Defense Force (RBDF) marine who was shot and killed at Government House Sunday morning.
“The tragic event that took place Sunday morning
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday questioned whether there were sufficient guards on duty at Government House on Sunday morning when a defense force officer was killed in the guard room.
“There is no doubt that the security was breached, and the question we have to ask
Several government agencies collectively owe the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) $5 million to $7 million in unpaid bills, WSC Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson revealed.
“We’ve had a lot of government [agencies] that have fallen behind in payments,” Gibson said on the Guardian Talk Radio 96.9 FM talk
Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes said yesterday that his ministry is in discussion with the Commonwealth of the Bahamas Trade Union Congress (TUC) to minimize or eliminate the possibility of a vehicular accident during this year’s Labour Day Parade.
On Friday, TUC General Secretary Tyrone ‘Rock’ Morris said
A man was shot and injured on Grand Bahama over the weekend, according to police.
Shortly after 11 a.m. on Sunday, police were called to a restaurant on East Sunrise Highway after receiving a report that a man had been shot.
According to police, the man was
The country was shocked to hear of the killing of a Royal Bahamas Defence Force officer at Government House over the weekend. A family has to bear and endure the tragic loss of a loved one. We are all heartbroken.
Let us pray for the
The pugnacious Pierre Dupuch strayed off the metaphorical reservation. Again.
Dupuch galloped into town to mount a defense of supermarket boss Rupert Roberts when no slight or aspersion was ever cast his way.
Dupuch engaged in his favorite sport – jumping to conclusions. He took more
The attack and murder of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force officer on guard at Government House is a national tragedy.
The outpouring of sympathy and concern for the family of deceased Petty Officer Philip Perpall and for his colleagues in the Royal Bahamas Defence Force are
Just before Easter, the Trump administration announced multiple new sanctions on Cuba. In doing so, senior U.S. officials made clear that Washington was not just trying to break Havana’s close economic and political ties with Venezuela, but intended the measures to bring about fundamental political