The unfortunate detention of Swiss banker Emmanuel Fiaux, executive director of UBS Bank on East Bay Street, reveals how many Bahamians are ignorant of what side their bread is buttered on.
The Immigration Department was accused of “systematically driving business from this country” with its heavy-handedness that appears to be developing into a trend.
Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell justifies his galavanting around the world by saying that he is encouraging foreign investment in The Bahamas, while his Immigration department is doing everything it can to scare investors away.
Eighteen suspected illegal immigrants were apprehended by Bahamian authorities on Grand Bahama.
At least 30 people are dead after a Haitian sloop ran aground and capsized 15 nautical miles southwest of Staniel Cay, in the Exuma chain, during Monday’s storm.
Tribune Editor says the government is making a big mistake by sanctioning a closed door hearing of the five marines in the Cuban detainees beating case.
A landmark decision by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will force The Bahamas to abandon its discriminatory practices and denial of the right of entry to other Caribbean Community nationals.
Despite repeated promises to investigate the abuse of detainees at the Detention Center, the Bahamas goverment continues to delay an investigation and has made it clear that they do not care about it.
Democracy Movement president Ramon Sanchez suspects Bahamian government officials are trying to silence Cuban detainee. Additionally he is urging them to engage in dialogue and discontinue their defensive, combative tone.