This year’s Transforming Spaces Art Tour has come and gone, but for the next few weeks enthusiasts can marvel at the “high-water mark” left by the multidisciplinary super group of local and international artists who came together for the event’s 10th installment under the theme of “Water”.
Those who view the criticism of persons who hold “high public office,” as disrespecting the institutions of the country or even the country itself, are traitors to the Bahamian people and are not friends of democracy.
Opposition Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday Prime Minister Perry Christie “embarrassed” himself and the nation when he said Bahamians should “line up and come to him for advice”.
The Transforming Spaces Art Tour 2014 starts today with a number of activities to celebrate the event’s 10th anniversary.
The joint liquidators for Owen Bethel’s insolvent Montaque Capital Partners currently possess just $196,238 in liquid assets to cover total creditor claims of $17.5 million, it has been revealed.
The short documentary that was released this week, illustrates the vast amount of trash produced in New Providence, the poor management of the city dump and the consequences of this on the environment and health.
It is now time for society to heal itself and demand higher standards. If not, crime will continue to grow apace – and society can only look to itself to find the culprit.
Shortly after the ‘referendum’ on gambling both the Prime Minister and the Police Commissioner indicated that web shops would be closed, in accordance to the wishes of the people. What happened?
Ed Moxey talks with Rupert Missick at the Tribune about the drug years in The Bahamas, a dark time for which we are still paying the price.