In my humble opinion, Urban Renewal is to date, at its core, one of the most progressive social outreach concepts the present government has proffered. Unfortunately, the two well-respected co-Chairs cannot seem to keep Urban Renewal above reproach.
“Righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people”. Proverbs 14:34.
“Righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people”.
LOCAL pastors yesterday continued their reproach of the position taken by the country on a United Nations resolution that sought to block the appointment of a UN independent expert to investigate worldwide cases of discrimination and abuse against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people.
THE recent revelation regarding BPL’s $1.5m dollar payout as authorised by Shane Gibson and former DPM Philip ‘Brave’ Davis reiterates the need for reformation of the electoral process.
OFFICIALS began cordoning off parts of downtown Nassau yesterday ahead of the state funeral of former Attorney General Paul Adderley.
Congratulations, Mr Christie!
The community of Bimini do not need a casino to be built and operated amongst its people. Not on the land, nor in the air, it's not needed anywhere.
UNDER the theme "Let God's Name Be Sanctified", the Jehovah's Witnesses will be holding the first of four two-day Circuit Assemblies at their Dolphin Drive Assembly Hall beginning Saturday. The inspiration for the theme was taken from Jesus' words in tea
A MEMORIAL service in honour of the late Paul Adderley, the country’s longest serving Attorney General, will be held tomorrow at PLP Headquarters, the party’s chairman Bradley Roberts confirmed.
ATTORNEY General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said she is content with her current post as she sidestepped rumours that she may be appointed chief justice.
THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration has responded to three pastors who have raised alarm about a vote at the United Nations on the adoption of the annual report of the UN Human Rights Council, saying the country voted in favour of the move and this is “consistent” with the mandate of the people of this country.
Our silence to abuse and inequality is amazing, yet we choose to speak up when we see that someone is being ‘abused’ if that somebody is related to us.
A MEMORIAL service will be held at 7pm on Tuesday at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street, for the Right Rev. Cornell Jerome Moss, Bishop of the Diocese of Guyana, including Suriname and Cayenne. Bishop Laish Boyd will officiate.
A LOCAL clergyman yesterday questioned the integrity of any religious body supporting the ministry of mega-church senior pastor Eddie Long who is hosting the Spirit and Truth Conference at the Atlantis Resort today.
FREE National Movement Chairman Darron Cash yesterday criticised Deputy Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis for questioning job figures recently released by the Department of Statistics.
FREE National Movement (FNM) candidate for Carmichael Desmond Bannister yesterday said he would not seek a leadership post in the party at its next convention.
As Christians we have a sacred duty to know the character and competence of our political candidates, to understand their personal and political philosophies, and to evaluate their policies and promises so that we can determine by the grace of God who are the best persons to rule this great country.
THE Haitian Government has launched a commission of inquiry into concerns of corruption at its embassy in Nassau.
THE Bahamas can become a “neutral” venue for deal structuring and other major transactions “if we can get ahead of the curve” on the latest tax avoidance crackdown, a prominent banker argued yesterday.