It is almost laughable. Despite their dismissing concerns from the governments of Brazil and Germany, the Bahamas government thinks the United States will answer to allegations that they are recording every cell phone call in the Bahamas.
The Bahamas: Other News
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Crime Pays! Drugs, gun running, human trafficking and money laundering are upon as viable industries in many Caribbean countries. This is undermining national security. and needs to stop.
Two Bahamian pilots and one Canadian man were arraigned in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday in connection with that huge drug seizure that occurred on Monday at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
A top accountant has argued that the enormous size of the government’s unfunded pension liability is yet further evidence of why the government must reduce the size of the civil service.
Online fraudsters have set up fake profiles for Mr Ellis to solicit money from unsuspecting users, officials from Mount Tabor Church have warned.
The Bahamas government must work to address discriminatory practices towards persons of Haitian descent who apply for regularisation, an official from the Haitian Embassy said recently.
The hiring of part-time realtors “should not be the norm”, says the newly elected president of The Bahamas Real Estate Association, suggesting the court ruling that paved the way for this practice had been misinterpreted.
TSR lowers its December forecast to predict 12 tropical storms including five hurricanes and two intense hurricanes.