The Ministry of Works is assessing how to improve the efficiency of the building permit process while continuing to comply with existing legislation and ensuring that “public safety is not compromised”.
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Recent government approval to conduct dredging at Bell Island, specifically within the Exuma Land and Sea Park established by law as a preserve, has raised concerns and interesting questions.
The suicide attempt by a 22-year-old remanded inmate at Her Majesty’s Prison was foiled early this morning buy alert Prison Officers who found the inmate hanging by a make shift item in his Maximum Security cell.
Installation and upgrades of the existing WSC service laterals on Market Street between Wulff Road and Andros Avenue will result in road closures along Market Street.
Hundreds of students, administrators, teachers, parents and government officials gathered to celebrate ‘Universal Children’s Day.’
Academy Award winning actor, Alan Arkin, will be honoured with the Career Achievement Award at this year’s Bahamas International Film Festival, taking place December 1-5 in Nassau.
The 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season – the third busiest storm season- has passed and hardly left its mark on The Bahamas.
It is suspected that the six allegedly corrupt police officers, who were out on bail, “convinced” the virtual complainant to drop the case
Instead of focusing on what our taxed government should do to help solve the crime problem, the Editor of the Freeport News discusses the role of citizens in this effort.