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The Bahamas should consider establishing an independent prosecutorial service, adopt a timetable for the implementation of the Anti-Corruption Action Plan and identify and mitigate the underlying difficulties in obtaining the cogent evidence required to detect corrupt acts, according to the report of the Committee of Experts in the Fourth Round of the Mechanism for follow-up on Implementation of t...
The introduction of the Social Safety Net Programme in The Bahamas will allow the Government to comprehensively address poverty by combining the assets of the Ministry of Social Services...
The new, state-of-the-art Oncology Centre at the Princess Margaret Hospital opened Thursday amidst great expectations for the future diagnosis, management, treatment and care of cancer patients in The Bahamas.
Minister of Immigration and Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell said yesterday that he does not dispute the Department of Statistics' latest census data on the number of Haitians living in The Bahamas, adding that the department's census reports are conducted in compliance with international standards.
While he commended the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) for a reported 18 percent decrease in crime overall for 2014, Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader and Central Grand Bahama MP Peter Turnquest said he is not surprised murders increased 100 percent on Grand Bahama.
Deputy Prime Minister Minister of Works & Urban Development Passing Out Ceremony for Immigration Officers
I am pleased and honoured to be with you this afternoon. This is a special day for you and it is a special day for me.
It is also another sign of the commitment of my government to the national security of our country and the well-being of our state and sovereignty. Just last Friday at this same locale, the country witnessed the passing out parade of new police recruits and, today, we have come...
With the unemployment rate hovering in the double digits in the face of a dramatic economic downturn, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has revealed that a temporary job program the government is seeking to put in place would likely create jobs for as many as 2,000 Bahamians