News accounts of violent crime against both tourists and residents in the Bahamas continue to be regularly published in the international and local press.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
While thousands of ordinary PLPs continue to languish, the wives, children, concubines, bastards, special interest groups and cronies have eaten the fat of the land.
The government’s draft value-added tax (VAT) legislation needs “substantial” changes, New Zealand VAT expert Don Brash said yesterday.
In another glaring case of court shenanigans, the abetment to murder trial of Stephen “Die” Stubbs and another man was postponed until April 2016.
Mitchell’s poorly thought out attempt to score political points at the expense of Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis backfired – now he says that all he was doing was “backing up” his leader’s opinion.
Experts will gather at Atlantis Resort in Nassau May 12 – 14, 2014 to provide state of the art updates and pragmatic working advice.
Hundreds gather from U.S. and Bahamas for first Regatta Gospel Concert with plans for major annual event
The injection of capital in the form of foreign direct investment, in the way we have welcomed it, may serve well as a last resort to boost economic activity, but as a long-term growth model it is worrisome.
Everyone in this country who wants to smoke marijuana already does so; the only thing we accomplish with our dictatorial stance is that we ruin the lives of hundreds of young men by throwing them in a cell for something that is no worse than drinking a beer.