The Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) is seeking to have the judicial review, which would determine if Cheryl Grant-Bethell was overlooked for the post of the director of public prosecutions (DPP), thrown out of the Supreme Court.
Minister Deveaux’s acceptance of possible quid pro quo hospitalities, displayed not only bad public relations, but also very poor judgment and an absence of common sense and good leadership.
What the PLP failed to do years ago could have helped to prevent many of today’s crimes and deter career criminals.
Dr Nicola Virgill-Rolle of The Bahamas has been elected Vice Chair of the Organization of American States (OAS) Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Affairs (CAAP) of the Permanent Council.
Of the Exuma Land and Sea Park, blogger Jerome Pinder asks, “Is this Park really one of the oldest marine parks in the World… ? If so, an idiot could say no to its development without even needing an environmental impact assessment.”
The Local Government Junior Council Pilot Project is an initiative of the Department of Lands and Local Government designed to provide Bahamian youth with the means to influence the decisions that impact their lives.
The Bahamas Government is going to address the issues faced by landowners who are subjected to loopholes in the Quieting Titles Act by introducing the 2010 Land Adjudication Bill.
The Ministry of Labour and Social Development and the Urban Renewal Program have developed an essay contest to sensitize the youth to the plight of the elderly and of the contributions they have made.
Our leaders seem to be knee jerkers who fail to see beyond their noses. Some say they are carpetbaggers, others call them crooks.