Former High Commissioner Philip Smith has a lot to say about the BahaMar project, most of which is much ado about nothing.
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Always looking to score PLP brownie points, Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell says PLP tribal women should make public their support for Mrs Grant-Bethel, despite the fact that she hasn’t a leg to stand on.
A scrappy local paper, run by tax evader Wendell Jones, reports that incoming Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Vinette Graham-Allen is reconsidering her recent appointment in light of the firestorm of controversy surrounding the top post.
A con man who swindled investors while living a champagne-fueled lifestyle in The Bahamas faces jail today for his part…
Criminals had a field day in The Bahamas over the Emancipation Holiday weekend, marred by murders, robberies, stabbings and shootings.
In view of Baha Mar’s shaky history, Mr Ingraham is understandably cautious about the project, because the last thing the government and the people of the Bahamas need is the blight of another failed development, this one in the heart of Cable Beach.
Waters, whose integrity has been questioned for decades, was allegedly involved in questionable financial activities while her husband was the U.S. Ambassador to the Bahamas.
In this letter to the editor, a Bahamian nationalist shows their ignorance by getting it all wrong regarding the Bahamas Contractors Association and its support of the Baha Mar project.