ACTING Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis said yesterday that one of his consultants is holding meetings with BEC union executives about whether the corporation’s workers will receive Christmas bonuses this year.
HUBERT Chipman, Opposition MP and Shadow Minister for Immigration, said yesterday that the government should apologise to Bahamians who were profiled during a random identification check on the Eastern Road yesterday morning.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie held bilateral talks with the President of Haiti Michel Martelly and the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Kamla Persad Bissessar during their flight to Johannesburg, South Africa.
Prime Minister Perry Christie has led the Bahamian delegation to South Africa to attend the funeral of Nelson Mandela.
DNA leader Branville McCartney said the government must declare war on crime, or the citizens of the Bahamas will never be safe.
FNM Deputy Leader Loretta Butler Turner questioned yesterday why Acting Prime Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis was not given the same security detail as Prime Minister Perry Christie.
AS Prime Minister Perry Christie set off for South Africa, government officials failed to confirm how many people would be a part of his delegation.
SHOCK waves rippled throughout the community over the weekend as news spread of the sudden death of Leon “Lee” Rahming who served for more than 30 years at the House of Assembly.
THE entire staff of the House of Assembly and indeed the Parliament are deeply saddened by the sudden and untimely passing of Mr Leon David Rahming, Assistant Clerk of the Parliament.
FNM Deputy leader Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday said she has not set her sights on becoming leader of the party.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie said yesterday a team of experts from New Zealand are expected to come to the Bahamas in January to explain Value Added Tax.
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell has denied that his ministry has spent over $1.5 million on travel since he took office in 2012.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday declared that public servants “double-dipping” on sick benefits is against the law and the government intends to end the practice.
FOX Hill MP Fred Mitchell questioned how the Bahamas expects to survive in today’s world with decision-making processes stuck in the paper trail model of the 1960s.
MORE than two years after 11-year-old Marco Archer was murder by a sexual predator, the government moved the highly anticipated amendment to the Child Protection Act named in the child’s memory.