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.
The Bahamas: Headlines
Police have arrested four men in connection with the recent break-ins at government buildings.
Cuba’s Fidel Castro took part in his first government function since he nearly died in 2006, repeating his apocalyptic warnings of a nuclear war that only President Barack Obama can avert.
U.S. authorities have retrieved a laptop and iPod touch that were ditched by the ‘Barefoot Bandit’ in The Bahamas. The devices may provide important clues as to who might have helped Harris-Moore avoid capture.
Mathematics, Art and Design, and Family and Consumer Science are the three Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) subjects that have an improved letter grade, Minister of Education the Hon Desmond Bannister said.
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.
Office of the Attorney General releases a statement to dispel the misrepresentations that appeared in a recent Tribune article concerning the holders of public office posts in the Office of the Attorney General.
BTC customers suffered from a system-wide blackout of communication services due to a failure at the company’s Main Technical center on Poinciana Drive.
National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest said the recent break-ins at four government buildings are an attempt to destabilize the government and that there’s more to it than it seems.