Bamboo Town MP Branville McCartney is chomping at the bit for Prime Minister Hubert lngraham to step aside and “pass the baton” to a new generation of politicians.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Sadistic Bahamian serial killer Cordell Farrington was given four life sentences for the brutal murders of four little boys in Grand Bahama back in 2003.
Touting the slogan – get sucked in – Carifringe is set to launch a cultural surge through Nassau from October 1 – 11, featuring a smorgasbord of cultural events from theatre and dance performances to concerts, art exhibitions and literary events, all under the cover of the Carfringe umbrella.
Bahamian con artist Rudy King, supported by corrupt Bahamian officials, is back in action with a new scam honouring an African dictator with a “humanitarian” award.
Despite protests from environmentalists the government is considering approving the Aga Khan’s environmentally invasive request for development within the boundaries of the Exuma Land and Sea Park.
The Bahamas Sailing Association is set for a weekend of fierce competition at Montagu Bay as the 2010 Bahamas Optimist National Championship gets underway.
Public outcry spurred the government’s intervention in the legally and morally questionable actions taken by Arawak Homes Limited against homeowners.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said that he intends to make whatever decision is best for the country and that he and his party will accept the political consequences of that decision.
Bahamas labour and maritime officials attended a meeting of the International Labour Organization, held in Geneva, Switzerland.