Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday suggested that a pending report by the Bahamas Marijuana Commission will “no doubt” be similar to a report done by CARICOM.
In July 2018, CARICOM Regional Commission on Marijuana recommended the declassification of marijuana as a dangerous drug in all legislation
A developer has applied to set aside an interim injunction obtained by the Hug Ministry preventing the sale of property in Love Estates, pending the resolution of an ownership dispute.
The injunction was granted on September 16 after the Hug Ministry alleged that Rolling Hills Development
As the government moves into its third year in office, promised steps to address violent crime and protections for vulnerable segments of our society must be given more urgent priority.
After recording a decrease in murders last year, murders this year are once again showing a
I am writing to magnify the reality of what public education has become in this country: an incomprehensible mess of refuse.
In the year 2019, senior high school teachers are being subjected to teach the junior high curriculum all for the sake of the national
When I was much younger, there was a saying about “holdin’ on ter ya ma gown tail”. In more demeaning tones, it was said “under ya ma gown tail”. I knew what it meant then, and I wonder how many of us would understand
This column was originally published on July 3, 2019.
Earth, our colossal home of dirt and rocks, changes. Fire burns the forest and new growth appears. Seeds are planted and harvested. We dig up our backyards for pools and gardens. Soil and sand erode and are
Norwegian multinational energy company Equinor is reporting that it has no more free-standing “oily liquids” on the ground at its Grand Bahama facility, according to Country Manager Tanya Rigby-Seymour.
Last month, the company reported that roughly 55,000 barrels of oil were spilled at the facility
The St. John’s College Giants senior girls got revenge on the defending champions, St. Augustine’s College (SAC) Big Red Machine, when they edged them out 5-4 in the decisive game three of the 2019 Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) best-of-three softball championships on
The 2019 Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) volleyball season climaxed with four champions crowned on Friday at the A.F. Adderley Gymnasium.
C.R. Walker 2, Government High 1
The C.R. Walker Senior High School Knights needed three sets to defeat the pennant-winning Government High School (GHS) Magic for the
The 2019 National Sports Hall of Fame inductees will have to wait a bit longer this year, before they are showcased and saluted. The celebration normally takes place at Government House with the governor general of The Bahamas as the patron.
The event was initially scheduled