Another heinous murder as police found a man who had been shot, then put into a car which was set on fire. It’s no coincidence that an incident like this was on the Miami news the day before it happened here in The Bahamas.
Monthly Archives: January 2014
The United States Embassy has issued another travel advisory warning US citizens traveling in the Bahamas of a “crime spike” in the country.
Once again, we have an incompetent magistrate considering granting bail to a man caught with an illegal gun and wasting the court’s time with more unnecessary delays.
I have just received the document issued by Franklyn Wilson, Chairman of the BTC Negotiating Committee, giving questions and answers…
This year’s mass spay and neuter project, Operation Potcake, is set for February 4-6 in communities around New Providence.
In an effort to foster government and civil society collaboration on rehabilitation and corrections programming in The Bahamas, the U.S. Embassy partnered to deliver a corrections-focused study tour…
A man convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison was also, separately, sentenced to life in prison for armed robbery. But he may end up getting his time in jail reduced because of delays over, what seems to be, trivial matters..
This is almost funny. How can the Bahamas create a dispute resolution center when corruption is so rampant in every area of society? It is not arbitration when one can bribe people to obtain the results they seek.
Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel has won the coveted RCI Gold Crown Resort award, the highest of the three RCI designations largely determined by vacationers’ comments.