PLP leader Philip ‘Brave’ Davis faces a problem – his own past.
WHEN COVID-19 first came to our shores, there was a familiar line in the regular press conferences at the time.
OIL is the focus of attention across The Bahamas – and farther afield too, it would seem.
THE long arm of the law doesn’t seem so long in The Bahamas.
Here come the cuts.
Peter Nygard has been arrested and charged with sex trafficking and racketeering.
Dr Duane Sands made us raise an eyebrow with his comments reported in today’s Tribune.
POLICE poured hot sauce in a man’s eyes for a crime he was never charged with. That’s the allegation from Kenton Fines, who claims he was brutalised by officers he says searched his home without a warrant.
IT’S the easiest thing in the world to call for bi-partisanship.
THE doors of Atlantis open again to guests today – and while there may not be a rush to visit right away, the resort has high hopes for the start of next year.
IT was a landmark day yesterday in the UK. The British government dubbed it ‘V-day’, or vaccination day, and the first person to receive the approved Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 was a 90-year-old Northern Irish woman.
TWO MPs stood up in Parliament yesterday to raise their voices against the current state of affairs in the government.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
WHEN the sun rose yesterday, they were already waiting.
IF there was any doubt about the economic mountain we have to climb to recover from COVID-19, the International Monetary Fund ought to have put paid to it yesterday.