ZNS reporter, Sherman Brown, has been suspended pending an investigation over his alleged representation of controversial Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard.
“The ruling oligarchy and its well-trained elite of soldiers, police, and the manufacturers of ideas and manipulators of the mind would easily rule the world as they please. In fact, this description by Huxley perfectly fits in with the current situation.”
Repairs to the Gambier boat ramp have been completed, this is one of five boat ramps selected by the Bahamas Government for repair and upgrades.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources has unveiled its five-year development plan outlining national strategies to guide policies and programmes through 2014.
The Prime Minister and his wife disembarked the Norwegian Jewel at Prince George Dock, returning from a two-week vacation.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister will address critical education-related issues at the upcoming open discussion Bahamian Forum on August 24 at Sandyport.
Workers at the Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation (AMMC) were shocked to find out that their National Insurance contributions were only paid up to November and December of 2009.
The Ministry of Youth Sports and Culture, Ministry of Labour and Social Development, the CARICOM Secretariat, and Fox Hill Urban Renewal encourage the entrepreneurial spirit of Fox Hill’s young people in the fight against crime.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Frank Watson was sworn in as Deputy to the Governor General at Government House by Chief Justice Michael Barnett on Friday, August 13.