In Fire Forged and Purified [Desmond Mpilo Tutu, October 7, 1931 to December 26, 2021]
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HAVING celebrated a bountiful 2019 with unprecedented record-breaking tourist arrivals. We reaped the benefit of its harvest for the first two months of 2020.
I am honored that you have given me this opportunity to say thank you to the Commissioner and the officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force for all that they do.
2021 is gone and will not be missed too much by most Bahamians.
How lost were we thinking 2021 would be so much different and better then 2020.
It is not unusual for business owners to feel stuck at times, especially if sales are declining, and you feel like you are in a rut.
Michael Pintard, the comedian-turned-leader of the FNM, in my opinion displayed hypocrisy in his comments in The Nassau Guardian on Tuesday, January 4, 2022.
A MAN told the court yesterday how his wife struck him with her vehicle, damaging his finger after she saw him with another woman at his mother’s house.
SEVERAL men appeared in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday charged with a number of drug-related offences.
A POLICE officer yesterday testified how one of the men accused of being involved in a near $1m drug operation in Exuma last year told the police on the day of his arrest that he “was just trying to make some money”.
As the year comes to an end, governments worldwide brace themselves to face the latest COVID-19 variant. Omicron.
A MAN, released on bail on Christmas Eve, was fatally shot on Monday night.
MALACHI McCoy and his Benedict Tigers continue their win streak to highlight Bahamian players in NCAA Division II.
A young man was shot dead and another was injured and taken to hospital following one of two double shootings on Christmas Day in Grand Bahama.
A 21-year-old was charged in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday with the murder of four people last year, including well-known businessman and former Bahamas Taxicab Union president Leon Griffin.
A MAN is dead after he was shot outside his home on Friday night.
A 45-year-old man who was found with more than two ounces of marijuana last week was yesterday ordered to pay $400 to avoid spending two months behind bars.
ACTIVIST Joseph Darville has called for more vigilance concerning the rehabilitation of the area affected by the Equinor oil spill in East Grand Bahama.
TWO Venezuelan men who were caught trying to smuggle $25m worth of cocaine into the country last week were sentenced to five years in prison yesterday.