RESIDENTS across New Providence suffered through disruptions in power supply Thursday as the Bahamas Electricity Corporation continued load shedding.
I write with reference to an article in The Eleutheran on March 10 entitled ‘Eleuthera Residents Appeal To Gov’t To Rejuvaseal Roads’ that could lead to disastrous consequences for the Caribbean islands.
POLICE yesterday confirmed that they have located what they believe is the weapon used in the murder of the wealthy Australian podiatrist Phillip Vasyli at one of his Old Fort Bay luxury homes.
LEADERS of the Anglican Church Women (ACW) of the Diocese of the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands met recently to discuss ways women are strengthening individuals, families, churches and communities by learning, living and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Scores of young church-goers from as far as Orange Creek in the north to Port Howe in South Cat Island gathered at the entrance of Old Bight Primary School in celebration of Mothering Sunday on March 14.
PROVERBS 16:16 states, “How much better to get wisdom than gold! To get understanding is to be chosen rather than silver.”
THE last week of Lent and the week before Easter is the time in which the events in the last week of Jesus’ earthly ministry are remembered.
A DISCIPLE is someone who is a follower of one considered the master. In our case, Jesus Christ is our Lord and Master who sets a perfect example for us.
Throughout the ages, the great hyms of the church have been a source of encouragement, expression, inspiration and testimony to Christians’ faith all over the world. These hymns have formed the foundation for worship in every sect of Christendom.
For the purpose of strengthening the Body of Christ and sharing ideas among other believers, Christian youth leaders are encouraged to attend a special meeting tomorrow at the Mount Tabor Church.
DAILY, I’m becoming more and more convinced that we live in a banana republic or are fast descending into becoming one.
Please allow me to address an open letter to the Minister of Tourism and the Minister of Sports & Culture in your columns.
I recently flew from Ft Lauderdale to Nassau. I brought with me merchandise which cost $110 in Florida.
I’m sick of these excuses from Prime Minister Perry Christie and the PLP whenever they are caught doing the wrong thing. They always say that the FNM did it too. Well, even if that were true, it is no excuse for them. But it is not true.
“SHUT mouth catch no flies,” the old folks used to advise. However, on Tuesday after much pressure from the press, Mayaguana Administrator Zephabia Newbold, ignored the advice and opened his mouth in his own defence. In doing so, he caught more than a fly. It would seem he has unwittingly jeopardised his job.
ATTORNEY Wayne Munroe yesterday called for the removal of Mayaguana administrator Zephania Newbold because he publicly revealed what allegedly took place regarding the release of a man he had earlier convicted.
A MAN accused of playing a role in the armed robbery of Deputy Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis was denied bail yesterday.
POLICE are on the hunt for 15 men they believe to be responsible for eight separate armed robberies throughout the capital on Tuesday night.
COMMONWEALTH Brewery has continued its move to modernise its retail business with the opening of a new store on Shirley Street.
MINISTER of Works Philip “Brave” Davis yesterday said the Bahamas Electricity Corporation will remain fully owned by the Bahamian people when the government concludes a deal to restructure the electricity provider.