As national anxieties are being expressed about Value Added Tax (VAT) and our country faces uncertain times, I’ve decided to take a cursory glance at this hot button topic with a view to expanding the discussion from various angles.
Senator Cheryl Bazard will become the first Bahamian on the Board of Directors of ParlAmericas – an international body of legislatures working to strengthen democracy and governance in the hemisphere.
Over the years we’ve seen Summary Conviction clauses placed in legislation that gives the Government Minister responsible the power to be prosecutor, judge and jury over matters he/she might consider contrary to the act.
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson told a leadership summit audience that political scandals across the world have led to cynicism, a lack of trust in politicians, and a yearning for the return of moral values in public life.
Kurt McCartney, brother of DNA Leader Branville McCartney, was murdered and his own vehicle was used to run over his body.
Boyer-Cartwright has logged more than 20,000 miles this year, promoting The Bahamas and helping to lead a campaign to make The Bahamas the world’s newest and most attractive aircraft registry.
Leave it to The Bahamas to have a grand ceremony to mark a new national holiday – January 10 – as Majority Rule Day when that was not the day that Majority Rule in The Bahamas was achieved by the PLP Party.
Minister Nottage said “he thinks” the Gaming Poll cost about $5 million. The PM had said it would cost approximately $1 million. Here are the two big issues in this…
Yesterday, the Speaker of the House expunged Leslie Miller’s controversial comments about a private citizen from the Parliament’s record, something that should have been done from the start.