Bahamian lawyers who were criticized for serious misconduct by a senior Supreme Court judge were never disciplined by the Bahamas Bar Assocation.
It is difficult to believe that the police can protect businesses in Exuma when they are unable to protect their own police station.
A police woman who has been cozying up with a notorious criminal has been transferred instead of fired or disciplined as senior cops continue to allow corruption on the force.
With charges of extortion being dropped against Pleasant Bridgewater and Tarino Lightbourne, Marcus Garvey is demanding that Health Minister Hubert Minnis reinstate him to his former position at the Rand Memorial Hospital.
The Government’s planned Land Registry could end up being highly inaccurate because it enters real estate ownership information without previously “vetting all rights and interests” in every parcel.
Swazi Prime Minister Dr Sibusiso Dlamini says Rudy King should be applauded for not hiding his past, but being honest.
Brave Davis wonders why seven miles of a four-lane highway, built by the Chinese, should cost $10,000,000 per mile.
A third Nigerian athlete has been disqualified from the Commonwealth Games after failing a drug test i Delhi.
Despite the arrest of nine Bahamian women in New York on charges of having counterfeit merchandise, Bahamian authorities have done nothing to stem the illegal trade.