Officers at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services called on the government to take the health of officers into consideration and address the issue of “slopping” by inmates in the prison.
Correctional Officers Staff Association President Corporal Ryan Wilson told The Nassau Guardian, “The only concern as
A Bahamian man was arrested by United States Marshals Service and jailed in Broward County on charges of alien smuggling, according to a Broward County arrest report.
D’Angelo Dino Dean, 29, was arrested on Wednesday for smuggling a number of people to South Florida.
The vessel used is
A child was in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle on Eleuthera on Friday, police said.
According to police, shortly after 5 p.m., a resident of Green Castle arrived at home with a male child.
Police said the man secured the vehicle he arrived home in,
While some government ministries and departments saw decreases in their budget allocations for the 2019/2020 fiscal year, the Department of Statistics received an increase of over $1.5 million.
The department is set to receive $5,245,185, up from last year’s $3.61 million allocation.
This represents the third consecutive budget
The government’s 2019/2020 budget allocations for the Ministry of Education’s recurrent expenditure will see a significant increase of nearly $17.3 million compared to the previous year.
In the budget, the allocation for the ministry went from $92,664,162 to $109,992,363 for the upcoming fiscal year.
This amount does
The government will once again increase its budget allocation to the Department of the Auditor General in the 2019/2020 fiscal year.
The department will receive $3,194,558 for the upcoming year, compared to the $2,761,358 it allocated in 2018/2019 – a difference of $433,200.
“By equipping the Department of the Auditor General with
It is a matter of regret and concern that the appointment of Justice Ruth Bowe-Darville was made just days before she attained the age of 65. It is our understanding that Bowe-Darville had made it known to the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (J&LSC) her
The debate in the public square over whether we should accede to full membership in the World Trade Organization (WTO) has produced a virtual cornucopia of old wives tales, misplaced fears and a general lack of knowledge of some of the facts that should
• This column was first published September, 24, 2018.
“Education is everything! Education is the only thing! It is that magic key that unlocks the padlock of poverty.”
– Prince Wallace
This past weekend, scores of Bahamians who live in Minnesota, as well as several who travelled from
A delegation from the Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) Executive team attended the International Basketball Federation’s (FIBA) National Federation Development workshop held in Miami, Florida, on May 20-21.
The seminar was centered around the roles and responsibilities of the technical director when it comes to building a