Is there an immediate lifeline for the lives of the more than 40 million people who now lie in peril in the Caribbean? In no uncertain terms, the ravaging effects of climate change in the Caribbean are rapidly changing the relationship between people and their
The trial of a man accused of killing a security guard and injuring another woman during an armed robbery neared its conclusion on Monday as the jury heard closing arguments from the prosecution and the defense.
Bernard Appolon is accused of killing Fredrick Rigby and wounding
The man named by a dying man as his killer was cleared of the murder charge on Friday after his lawyer successfully convinced jurors that there was reasonable doubt.
Prosecutors alleged that Jerome “Poo” Johnson shot Gordon “Hog” Newbold at Acklins Street on April 11, 2018.
An ongoing murder trial has delayed the start of an armed robbery case in the Supreme Court.
Franklyn Bullard’s trial for the March 10, 2017 armed robbery of two security officers at the C.V. Bethel High School was supposed to start before Justice Vera Watkins.
Statements by the prime minister from the floor of the House of Assembly and to the media and subsequent statements by various Cabinet ministers suggest that little, if any, effective communication takes place between the prime minister and his minsters at weekly Cabinet meetings.
I am sure I was not alone in having nearly died of laughter upon reading a letter appearing in your column last Saturday, signed by the Free National Movement.
Two years into its hapless tenure, the party is still claiming to be a beacon of
The late Calsey Johnson, nation-builder, media pioneer, a dedicated family man, a son of the Lord Jesus Christ; parliamentarian and a diplomat par excellence, will long be remembered fondly as long as there is The Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Back in the 1970s, people like
On the campaign trail, the Free National Movement (FNM) campaigned on a number of issues that were important to the Bahamian people and the private sector.
They created the impression that they cared about a fair taxation system, meritocracy, fighting corruption and conflicts of interest,
Isabelle McPhee, a fourth-grade student at St. Andrew’s International Primary school, knows how fortunate she is. As she traveled to and from school, she would notice students who were less fortunate, and it struck a chord in the youngster. So, she decided to do something
Students from 10 schools, an equal mix of public and private, are being provided with first-hand experience in trading on the Bahamian stock market through participation in the CFAL Junior Investor Program.
CFAL Junior Investor Program has paired CFAL professionals with high school students from Anatol