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.
I never thought that Nassau would come to this. Crime and the fear of crime. Nassau and the Bahamas was once a peaceful place, but now it has become a war zone. Bahamians are more afraid now for their safety than ever before.
A Wall Street credit agency has questioned the wisdom of government’s decision to undertake capital works in 2014, asking if the works are “important for the economy overall”.
The Prime Minister considers himself to be a great orator. He is not. His unscripted words revealed disjointed sentences that pulled away all disguises of his growing intolerance for any and all who oppose him.
A daring daylight robbery at CIBC’s Harbour Bay branch threw customers into frantic confusion when the robbers began firing shots.
A recent government study of crime locations has revealed that, historically, the two most crime-riddled areas in New Providence are the constituencies of both National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage and Prime Minister Christie.
Back in the 1700s, after Woodes Rodgers completed his mission to eradicate piracy in The Bahamas, he announced, “Piracy expelled, commerce restored.”. Well, we’ve really turned that around haven’t we?
Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade once again finds himself in an awkward position after Prime Minister Perry Christie threw him under the bus in a recent address he gave at an urban renewal function.
While in opposition, Perry Christie blamed crime on poor governance… what’s his reasoning now?