Popular Bahamian musician Davon “MDeez” Knight was stabbed and killed, shortly after 7 p.m. on Friday, according to police.
Initial reports indicated that Knight and another man were involved in a traffic collision at the junction of Prince Charles Drive and Fox Hill Road when things turned violent and an altercation
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper yesterday pledged that a PLP government would prioritize progressive initiatives geared toward women, including expanding paid maternity leave, child care at large government offices and possibly increasing the age of sexual consent from 16 to 18.
Cooper, who addressed significant challenges
The government will restore 15 parks and basketball courts in the Over-the-Hill community, the Office of the Prime Minister announced yesterday.
The move is part of the government’s broader plan to “enhance and redevelop parks and green spaces throughout New Providence”, it said in a statement.
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday said he is “embarrassed” by repeated power outages across New Providence and called for public demonstrations to hold the government accountable on the matter.
“The government must as early as tomorrow in the Senate make a public statement
Hours after Bahamian entertainer Devon “Mdeez” Knight died from stab wounds he sustained during an altercation in Fox Hill on Friday night, another man suffered a similar fate in Pinewood, police said.
According to police, a man was walking on Rosewood Street in the Pinewood Gardens area shortly
We welcome the appointment of the new chief justice. Like his predecessors, Brian Moree comes to the job with good legal pedigree.
He achieved senior partner status in a leading multi-specialty legal firm, McKinney Bancroft & Hughes, and has previously served as an acting Supreme Court
I have been watching Englerston Member of Parliament Glenys Hanna-Martin’s performance in the House of Assembly for a little while. I have been very disappointed by her.
She is clearly an intelligent woman. But the way she performs in the House is often rude. Many
Hours after the tragic demise of Bahamian rapper Mdeez Knight, I told a Tribune columnist on Facebook that he should use his massive platform to lobby the Free National Movement government and other stakeholders to resume capital punishment in order to put the fear
“When men of intelligence upend, mangle or degrade treasured norms, it demonstrates how precipitous is a country’s decline.” – Front Porch, by Simon, September 17, 2015
• Author’s note: We have noticed, during the budget debate in the House of Assembly these past few weeks, that
Sir Lynden Pindling, speaking at the National General Convention of the Progressive Liberal Party in 1981, declared that: “I have a dream. I have a dream that one day the capital of The Bahamas will sit on the broad plains of Andros. New Providence will