Obviously, the PLP government is floating on a planet of its own making — so far removed that they are not getting the message being sent them by the Bahamian people.
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This country’s animal lovers are very angry. For years, they have watched helplessly as thousands of stray animals suffered, starved…
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham expressed deep sadness over the death of former journalist and columnist P Anthony White.
Satellite Bahamas’ principals have been accused of “attempting to hide or delay the disclosure of evidence” vital to a lawsuit against them, with the US’ largest programmer now alleging their spouses assisted the purported scheme to ‘pirate’ its signal.
Bahamians resent having to be taxed to support the status quo. Unless government sets an example, Bahamians will grumble. This is the frequent complaint that we hear within the ranks of the unions.
Reacting in anger to the news that the Cuban detainee abuse hearings have stalled until at least the new year, Cuban Americans yesterday vowed to take renewed action in response.
The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation does not support the taxation of web shops as an alternative form of raising revenue, CEO Edison Sumner said Monday.
Today, BEC chairman Leslie Miller is the Man of the Hour, and VAT is the vehicle that is going to send all of us — country included — to our economic graves.
Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell denies that there are two Cuban detainees who are allegedly being abused at the Her Majesty’s Prison. But after his constant denials of the very real abuse at the Detention Center, it’s hard to believe him.