Mr Turnquest’s critcism of judges seems valid as it is disclosed that 68 people charged with serious crimes were released on bail in 2010 and only 13 of them are being electronically monitored.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
A relative of Robbie Rolle, who was murdered two days ago in a home invasion, has told a local newspaper that he believes the killers got the wrong man.
CARICOM countries have institutionalised an annual Statistics Day to take place in October of each year. The purpose for celebrating Statistics Day is: “To encourage and develop a culture of statistics among the population…
Employees of the National Insurance Board (NIB) gathered in the Ball Room at Government House on October 18 for the presentation of Long Service Awards.
The lockdown status imposed upon one of the housing facilities at Her Majesty’s Prison earlier this week due to a missing key, has been lifted.
Miss World Bahamas, Sasha Joyce, is set to take on the world in grand style, receiving a $30,000 prize package as she prepares for the 61st Miss World Beauty Pageant.
Ground is set to be broken on a $20 million, three-storey oceanfront condominium community on West Bay Street, near Baha Mar.
An amendment to the Florida Constitution to legalize medical marijuana may be proposed on 2012 voting ballots, if one House Democrat gets his way.
The MP for Bamboo Town reacted as a cry-baby and as a victim and martyr before trying to steady himself and regain his tough-guy persona.