A NEW study released this week has marijuana enthusiasts beaming, comedians laughing as they pen the related material. (Yours truly included)
Central Bank No more cheques after 2023..... have they thought this through?
MARIO Bowleg, the Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, said it will cost $300,000 to host a virtual Junkanoo parade in New Providence this year.
YOUTH, Sports and Culture Minister Mario Bowleg revealed yesterday that 90 percent of the team contracted to produce a virtual Junkanoo show had COVID-19, which has affected the production.
THE Privy Council has ruled that the Supreme Court must decide whether a man who has been detained at the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre since 1985 should be released.
There is a science for providing service unfortunately we talk a lot about being ‘Better and Better’ but we fall flat on our face many times when suggesting you are offering the general public a reasonable level of service.
TAVARIO Miller helped his club extend their win streak, David Nesbitt scored a season high, and Jaraun Burrows led his club into the break with another season high to highlight Bahamian basketball players in various leagues across Europe and South America.
AFTER complaints over the New Year’s Day virtual Junkanoo presentation, Youth, Sports, and Culture Minister Mario Bowleg said errors are being corrected and a rebroadcast is planned.
2021 is gone and will not be missed too much by most Bahamians.
A PRIVY Council ruling that could lead to a man being freed from Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre after being there for decades could open the door for other people to make applications to the courts for release, according to lawyers.