Clico bankruptcy proceedings have uncovered more unusual investments made by the poorly managed company.
Customs Comptroller Glenn Gomez admits that some of his officers have fallen by the wayside and are accepting bribes. This is especially a problem during the holiday season.
In a rare example of judicial wisdom, a judge last week denied bail to the man accused of murdering businessman Keith Carey.
Two allegedly corrupt paramedics, who were accused of extorting tourists have returned to work. Their bosses say there was not enough evidence to fire the men.
Perry Christie and the PLP criticize the FNM’s environmental policies, yet during their time in office their own environmental legacy was a very poor one.
It is suspected that corrupt Customs officers were involved in the attempted smuggling of a massive quantity of undeclared goods found on a vessel docked at Potter’s Cay.
It cannot be successfully disputed that fighting crime and corruption depends on political will, non governmental institutions; civil society, the church and the family.
The man who is accused of leading a housebreaking ring in Southwestern New Providence had his bail revoked after it was discovered he was already out on bail for several murders.
Haitians, protesting the “fraudulent elections” have taken to the streets, staging riots with reports of rock-throwing and tire-burning.