Anglican Archdeacon Keith Cartwright said the government, law enforcement agencies, the judiciary and the church are “hopelessly paralyzed” in the fight against crime as Bahamians are being “mercilessly gunned downed like dogs”.
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An Abaco man was hit and injured. Hit and runs are very common in the Bahamas and usually the driver is never found or charged as was the case with the recent hit-&-run murders of Jill and Ron Gandza.
The Bahamas has assembled a team of both seasoned and young chefs to represent the country at the regional culinary event – Taste of the Caribbean in Miami.
The Blackbeard’s Cay development has been allowed to proceed without legal or regulatory requirements and poses a threat to the environment and marine mammals.
Two males and three females were charged in connection to an assault on a female police officer at a Freeport high school.
The Humane Society of Grand Bahama is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the murderers responsible for killing several farm animals at the St George’s High School.
The Bahamas and China have agreed on a new package of technical support totaling $8 million.
A halfway house for stray puppies will be created as a tribute to the work and contributions of animal activists Ron and Jill Gandza.
The police commissioner has criticised the judicial system, saying it is disturbing and frustrating to see criminals back on the streets so soon after being arrested.