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Monthly Archives: June 2014
Mr. Minister why are you wasting millions of dollars on another country’s culture and not supporting your own? Sir you have terrible advisors around you, and they will cost you in the long run.
The Nassau Guardian’s new Arts & Culture correspondent, Corinne Lampkin-Dhillon lays out the facts on the controversial Carnival, slated for 2015 whether we like it or not.
There has been more than enough published concerning the abysmal collection processes at all government entities and in many cases this has been aggravated by, at best, “interference” by the very top management of those departments.
Despite being a hotbed for human trafficking, only one person in the history of The Bahamas has ever been convicted of the heinous crime and that person (a foreigner, of course) was never sentenced.
Judges from the Appeal Court chip away at the moral fabric of society and continue to backlog the courts by ordering re-sentencing and allowing unnecessary appeals that waste court time.
The U.S. Congress, through its passage of the 2000 Trafficking Victims Protection Act, as amended (TVPA), requires the Secretary of State to submit an annual Report to Congress.
Leslie Miller has no moral authority left to criticize individuals or businesses for not paying their BEC bills. He also has no moral authority left to criticize the unions and workers at BEC for spending too much.
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MPs Dion Smith (Nassau Village), Dr. Andre Rollins (Fort Charlotte) and Gregory Moss (Marco City) all…