Tyronne Perpall remembered his brother, Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Petty Officer Percival Philip Perpall, as a kind-hearted and generous man who was let down by the very organization he dedicated his life to.
Tyronne Perpall accused the RBDF of trying to brush his brother’s murder
After two videos circulated social media this week showing minors in compromising situations, the Department of Social Services said yesterday that child abuse is a tremendous problem in The Bahamas.
“I don’t know if it’s because of cultural beliefs or whatever, but people often don’t know
More than 2,900 Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) customers, who collectively owe the corporation $10.3 million, are without power, BPL Director of Public Relations Quincy Parker said.
As of May 13, 2019, there were 2,946 disconnected BPL customers.
Parker said the data indicated “a sharp decline” in
Following the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) call for the resignation of Senate President Katherine Forbes-Smith, Attorney General Carl Bethel yesterday called the party’s rationale “baseless”.
“Absolutely baseless grounds advanced by them (the PLP) and in short order, we will be showing the depth of their grotesque hypocrisy,” Bethel said
A Haitian man who was arrested last week after Passport Office staff noticed irregularities in documents that supported his application was yesterday ordered to pay fines totaling $5,200 to avoid spending two years in prison.
Edson Dorvalus, 29, of Palm Beach Street, pleaded guilty to attempted
The government is eyeing the introduction of domestic laws to crackdown on sewage dumping and pollution by cruise ships in Bahamian waters, Minister of Transport and Local Government Renward Wells said.
Following a recent report by CEOWORLD Magazine, which revealed that The Bahamas is the fourth most expensive nation in the world to live in, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest yesterday attributed that high cost of living to the country’s imports and
The inability of a Supreme Court jury to reach a verdict in the case of a man who surrendered to police and confessed to murder, prompted the judge to say the outcome supported calls for the abolition of jury trials.
Anthony Bethel, otherwise known by the
We wonder to what extent Bahamians read stories in the newspapers when they see Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) leaders as the focus.
The PLPs trio of leaders, Philip Brave Davis (leader), Chester Cooper (deputy leader), and Fred Mitchell (chairman), are the most gabby leader-deputy-chairman combo in Bahamian
I write in response to “Dangerous and reckless”, a recent Op-Ed, the gist of which was that during the May 10 hearing before Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, non-profit Rights Bahamas painted a wildly inaccurate picture of how migrants are treated in this country.