Deputy Chief Magistrate Carolita Bethell has, yet again, delayed her ruling in the drug and firearms possession case of accused drug lord Melvin Maycock Sr.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
In keeping with the call for “a new era of volunteerism” made by Prime Minister Ingraham in his National Address on Crime, the government announces the launch of Volunteer Bahamas.
Bahamian art made a huge impact in the international arena when a group of Bahamian visual artists opened the Master Artists of the Bahamas Exhibition and Symposium in Iowa.
Queen Elizabeth II, Head of the Commonwealth, supports the Eminent Persons Group in its recommendations for the creation of a Commissioner for Democracy, the Rule of Law, and Human Rights
The Exuma Cay Land and Sea Park is a huge ecological and economic endowment for the Bahamas as the area could generate $4.1 billion in economic service flows over the next 25 years.
The Bahamas Speed Week Revival is set for November 30 to December 4 and will feature a 1.1 mile circuit race along West Bay Street.
Bahamian champion Donald Thomas was the most successful English-speaking Caribbean athlete at the Pan American Games, winning a gold medal in men’s high jump.
The Bahamas was forced to withdraw from two major sporting events – the most recent one, the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships.
Confirming research done in the U.S., for the first time in The Bahamas a researcher has identified a link between animal cruelty and violence in society, particularly domestic violence.