Always in support of criminal activity and government hand-outs, officials of the PLP want the Bahamas government to pay the bail of the nine straw vendors arrested in NYC.
With more than 70 recorded murders and hundreds of home invasions and assaults a police official has questioned whether or not the society was at its “breaking point” in regard to crime.
The Bahamas is still in violation of the treaty it signed in 1993, vowing to eliminate discrimination against women, as the UN’s Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women opens its forty-seventh session.
A forensic examination of the accounts of the Prince George Dock customs office revealed that receipts for about $10 million in revenue had vanished.
The planned demonstration comes after a public outcry and condemnation of the company’s demolition of a family home in the Sir Lynden Pindling Estates.
Two officers from Fox Hill Prison were granted bail on Friday, despite being charged with possession of marijuana with intent to supply.
Bahamian con artist Rudy King, supported by corrupt Bahamian officials, is back in action with a new scam honouring an African dictator with a “humanitarian” award.
Despite protests from environmentalists the government is considering approving the Aga Khan’s environmentally invasive request for development within the boundaries of the Exuma Land and Sea Park.
Public outcry spurred the government’s intervention in the legally and morally questionable actions taken by Arawak Homes Limited against homeowners.