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Monthly Archives: December 2014
Since the launch of the government’s illegal and draconian immigration crackdown on November 1, Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell has repeatedly insisted that his officers do not treat people like “cattle”.
“Holiday Delight”, a cut tree decked in bright tropical hues and tiny houses, gave Rochelle Fowler the prize for the Best Bahamian Tree for a second time in a row for The Bahamas Realty Trim A Tree Contest.
This Christmas, sixth grader Sierra Blair discovered that the old adage, “it’s better to give than to receive” is true after all.
This is my final column for the year – a column on perspective.
This week, we saw what could only amount to an ongoing meltdown on social media – Facebook and WhatsApp – with the dissemination of child pornography.
A Jamaican woman alleges that she was abducted and raped by a senior immigration officer in The Bahamas earlier this week. It will be interesting to see how Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell dismisses this latest scandal in his department.
On Thursday, December 18, American and Bahamian staff from the U.S. Embassy gathered at the Nazareth Center to participate in a festive holiday event bringing yuletide cheer to 42 of the home’s children. U
While Festival Noel might be over, the memories of the night remain, especially for everyone who tasted the food and drinks prepared by Agave Latin Fusion restaurant, who won Chef Noel at this year’s Festival Noel.