MP Leslie Miller said he will call for a vote on capital punishment when Parliament resumes next month, so the country can “deal with the matter once and for all”.
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A Haitian man who spent six years in prison without being tried on a sex charge has sued the government over his continued detention by immigration officials.
Small contractors make up 75 to 80 percent of the overall construction sector and the harsh reality is that the overwhelming majority do not have the basic skills to successfully attain and execute a construction contract.
Police launched an aggressive campaign recently to target and cite drivers in heavily tinted cars on New Providence, after noticing that an alarming number of criminals use these vehicles and target people driving them.
The sale of Esso (Bahamas) to a Caribbean company is being stalled to ensure that Bahamians are given “first right of refusal” in any potential deal.
Teachers at Uriah McPhee and Stephen Dillet Primary Schools staged sit-ins on Wednesday, much to the dismay of some parents who had to collect their children early.
Clearly, the prevalence of abuse allegations and the deaths while in custody warrant a review of present tactics by our security forces. Brutality is not a sign of strength. It is a sign that all other efforts have failed and that desperation has set in.
Aviation stakeholders are applauding suggestions that the government may privatize the national airline, pointing to millions of dollars in subsidies, overstaffing and undercutting of other local airlines.
According to the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, fourteen more Cuban migrants were found in waters off Bimini.