A man accused of having sex with a minor was allowed to walk free on Friday, due to the numerous errors of lazy unprepared prosecutors.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
If the PLP had made a decision to support the women’s rights referendum in 2002 because it was the “right” thing to do, then they could be focusing on other current issues that should be of importance right now.
The two infant deaths at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Princess Margaret Hospital received international attention but public servant Health Minister Dr. Perry Gomez was “too busy” to talk about the matter.
Less than two weeks after his boss George Markantonis said he would welcome Bahamians gambling in the casinos at Atlantis, Kerzner VP Ed Fields seems to be backtracking on those comments.
The billionaire British peer Lord Ashcroft will have to publicly counter accusations that he made loans to a corrupt politician.
The mauling to death of a mother of three by a pack of wild dogs in North Caicos has triggered widespread, shock, outrage, disbelief and anger.
Prime Minister Perry Christie and the PLP are pretending to be interested in women’s rights, after ensuring that a referendum on the matter failed 10 years ago.
Texts flew around the country and across the world this weekend as Bahamians latched onto a BTC Olympics celebration with penny texts during BTC’s very successful test drive of its upgraded mobile platform.
Minister of Youth Sports & Culture, Daniel Johnson met with Sports ministers and senior officials from 43 Commonwealth nations in London on July 25 for the 6th Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting.