Yet another messy land dispute has arisen, due to the murkiness and instability of land ownership, and the lack of enforcement of property rights.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Communication Information of Parliament on NEMA Assistance to the Southern Bahamas Following Hurricane Irene
The ful text of the communication by Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham in the House of Assembly on the registration of voters on October 26, 2011.
The proposed amendment to Section 56 of the current Road Traffic Act will “revolutionise” the way non-serious traffic crashes are handled in The Bahamas, Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest said Wednesday.
Palm Cay investors hosted a welcome cocktail reception for their new CEO Richard Browning at the Hilton Hotel recently.
After opening the 2011-2012 concert season with Dmitri Berlinsky and Elena Baksht, the Nassau Music Society announces the second concert of the year on Friday, November 4th featuring Terry Waldo.
Gulfstream International Airlines has reached an agreement with Saab Aircraft Leasing to purchase six, 34-seat Saab aircraft to be deployed along its Florida/Bahamas routes.
The widely reported legal dispute between two Israeli brothers is a perfect example of everything that is wrong with the Bahamas dysfunctional legal system.
For the frequency and type of crimes being committed in The Bahamas, Parliament should prescribe the imposition that is needed to sort out the dilemma. Parliament should not make laws that facilitate wealth opportunities for lawyers.