A United Nations (UN) official recently visited The Bahamas to, among other things, verify “worrying” claims of “violence and abuse” used by Bahamian law enforcement officers, a representative said.
George Abu Al Zulof, a senior human rights advisor based in Jamaica, visited The Bahamas earlier this month after being
A Swiss retiree accused of drug smuggling yesterday told a magistrate that he was the victim of a Nigerian scam.
René Buffat, 66, of Zurich, Switzerland, was arrested at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) on Thursday after police allegedly found three kilos of cocaine hidden in
A former policeman wanted in the United States for assault and battery charges has sought leave to appeal his order for extradition to the Privy Council.
Nyahuma Anthony Bastian, 44, was arrested on charges of burglary, sexual assault, aggravated assault and causing harm to his former
Police said yesterday that they took a man into custody in connection with a Thursday night shooting that left one woman hospitalized.
According to reports, shortly after 10 p.m., two women were on Amos Ferguson Street when they got into an argument with a man they
“A child who is not embraced by the village will burn it down to feel its warmth,” goes a popular African proverb that imparts valuable wisdom to us on the dangers of diminishing the existence of a child.
We are seeing the effects of this in
There are several key areas that need a major change in policy to help find careers for the youth. A lesson from history and the lessons from other countries might help.
After the devastating effects of World War II in 1946, England was bankrupt and
A cursory review of the draft Nationality and Immigration Bill currently making consultation rounds reveals one glaring example of our national hypocrisy.
As we tinker with this important issue, we continue to turn a blind eye to, and subsequently to codify our blatant prejudice against,
“I pledge my allegiance, to the flag, and to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, for which it stands, one people united in love and service.”
Many of us will recall reciting the National Pledge at school at weekly assemblies - after 1973 at least, but don’t
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), for the second year, hosted the Creative Time Summit November 14-16, 2019. This year’s theme, “Speaking Truth|Summit X”, reminds me of the possibility for healing set up in works by N. Scott Momaday, an American master writer
Sipping a glass of bourbon is all about the pleasure you get from the experience, so when Frederick “Fred” Booker Noe III, son of the late Frederick “Booker” Noe Jr. and great-grandson of Jim Beam, who is a seventh-generation distiller and current keeper of the