The number of Supreme Court justices today stands at 18; up from six just 27 years ago. And, the number of courtrooms, attendant staff and technology have similarly been augmented.
For comparison purposes, Barbados, a Commonwealth Caribbean sister state of similar population size as The Bahamas,
In his Chant Down Babylon song on his 1983 posthumous album titled Confrontation, the late reggae icon Robert Nesta Marley sang prophetically about the collapse of Western civilization and his systems of government, albeit metaphorically. In Rastafari eschatology, Babylon in the New Testament Book
I propose that The Bahamas exercises political will, vision and imagination in rebuilding its decaying and inadequate political physical infrastructure. Rather than build a new Parliament, Cabinet Office and judicial complex in New Providence, where there are insufficient public lands to build out a political
The government has initiated the national disaster plan, after multiple people, including 25 tourists, were injured in a bus accident on South Eleuthera, according to Attorney General Carl Bethel, who confirmed that multiple victims will be airlifted for treatment.
Police said the accident happened around 11
Nine years after earning his Bachelor’s degree in music education from Pensacola Christian College, teacher Stefan Thompson is preparing to re-shoulder the knapsack for a return to the classroom with hopes of matriculating towards a Master’s degree in music composition at Boston Conservatory at Berklee.
Bahamian Randawnique Coakley has taken and passed all four parts of the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, the test that future accountants must master to meet one of the major requirements for working as a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the United States. The
The government is offering a tuition grant to qualified Bahamians to attend the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) as of the fall semester 2019, according to Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd during his communication in the House of Assembly.
The government has provided $4.1 million
Heather Williams will join the rigorous Diploma Programme at Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) with the fall academic year as the recipient of the first Thomson Trust Scholarship. The incoming 11th-grade student has received an award which will allow her to follow one of four
It’s a program that enriches young people’s lives on multiple levels. At least that’s the way Carla Brown-Roker, Grand Bahama’s Ministry of Youth officer, views the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) and she said as much during a presentation which saw 58 participants recognized.