Bahamians across the board are utterly disgusted with the nation’s monoply utility company after suffering almost daily power outages in 90 degree heat.
For years, it was a crime to generate your own power outside the BEC grid. Now, after admitting their incompetence, BEC wants people with generators to use them.
Director of Public Prosecutions Vinette Graham-Allen has been ordered to appear in the Court of Appeal today after coming under fire for claiming the court had erred in a judgment, a charge the court claimed was “baseless.”
BEC has warned residents throughout New Providence that there will be plenty more power cuts until the inept company can restore their failed generators.
While many Bahamians are outraged that judges allow accused murderers to be released on bail, there is often a valid reason for doing so.
A group of Bahamian pastors are outraged over the Privy Council ruling last week that overturned the death sentence of Maxo Tido.
Right or wrong, Bran McCartney’s DNA never misses the opportunity to seize public sentiment and make promises to grease the squeaky wheel.
Another murderer in The Bahamas has escaped the hangman’s noose and may be back on the streets to kill again in only a few years.
Wponder how many Bahamians want to spend $16,000 per year to keep scum like Max Tido living like he is on a vacation, rather than hanging the dog and cutting our losses?