Despite a firestorm of controversy surrounding her appointment, the country’s new Director of Public Prosecutions Vinette Graham-Allen has been “well-received”…
Four men were charged in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday in connection with the recent spate of break-ins at government buildings.
The Bahamas Immigration Graduation Class 2010 was urged to redefine the department’s goals and objectives to better meet such challenges as illegal migrants and terrorism.
A scrappy local paper, run by tax evader Wendell Jones, reports that incoming Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Vinette Graham-Allen is reconsidering her recent appointment in light of the firestorm of controversy surrounding the top post.
Office of the Attorney General releases a statement to dispel the misrepresentations that appeared in a recent Tribune article concerning the holders of public office posts in the Office of the Attorney General.
National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest said the recent break-ins at four government buildings are an attempt to destabilize the government and that there’s more to it than it seems.
Despite government insisting that she is no longer Director of Public Prosecutions, Cheryl Grant-Bethel staunchly continues to hold onto the position even as a new attorney is hired to take the job.
A concerned citizen slams the government for abject incompetence in protecting the Bahamian fishing industry from rogue and illegal fishermen who are depleting the resources.
The aim of the two-day Conference was to identify policy approaches that can assist small states cope with inherent vulnerabilities and develop small state positions on global issues.