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In today's technological age I'm quite sure that just about everyone understands the title of today's article as we all have computers or other devices, tablets, smart phones, etc. which allow us to surf the Web, to use the vernacular and send and receive emails. This is after all the way in which the majority of people communicate with each other today around the world. So, having established tha...
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage and Minister of Labour Shane Gibson last night blamed the Ingraham administration for alleged abuses involving the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA).
The MPs made the charge in the House of Assembly after Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn claimed the government is not being transparent regarding the PHA issues.
But a forensic audit into the PHA pharmace...
Apple Inc. said the company's co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday. He was just only 56 years old.
"We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today," the company said in a brief statement.
"Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve."
Nassau, The Bahamas -
Six computers and sports equipment have been donated to Government High
School. The donation was made an official hand over ceremony by His
Excellency Ambassador Hu Dingxian on behalf of the Chinese Government
on Monday, February 7.
The donation represents some
$10,000 worth of goods presented to the school since January 2011 to
support the school's premier Perfor...
This speech by Steve Jobs, Founder of Apple Inc, a widely regarded commencement address he gave to Stanford students in 2005, never gets old, no matter how many times you watch it.
I am honored to be with you today at your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. I never graduated from college. Truth be told, this is the closest Iíve ever gotten to a college graduation. To...
The U.S. Embassy strongly encourages residents of
The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands to apply now for any U.S.
visas they may need during the busy summer travel season, particularly
for cruise travel. According to the U.S. Embassy's Consul, Robin
Haase, there is currently low-to-no wait time for an interview
appointment, leaving potential applicants with plenty of ...
Police yesterday laid out the items recovered from a house in Redland Acres that they suspect were stolen from houses in Lyford Cay and other areas in western New Providence.
The items ranged from valuable laptop computers to a not-so-valuable citronella candle, used to keep mosquitoes away. Some of the items seemed so arbitrary that it was hard to believe the thieves wasted their time picking th...
The auditors hired by the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) to conduct yet another audit of the PHA arrived at the same conclusion that UHY Bain and Associates did more than a year ago: At the end of 2013, there was a $10 million difference in pharmaceutical inventory between the physical count and what was reflected in Princess Margaret Hospital's (PMH) computer system, according to a trusted Nati...
Something stinks in the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), concludes a report by a forensic auditor.
While we have in recent weeks focused on poor leadership at the political and national level, it is also important to place the spotlight on the alleged waste of public funds.
Of course, leadership has a tangible connection to the functioning of government agencies, the expenditure of our tax dollar...
Police have identified a suspect in last month's break-in at the Department of Immigration on Hawkins Hill as officials work to beef up security at the office.
According to Central Detective Unit head Superintendent Paul Rolle, police are looking for Charles Dupuch in relation to the break-in.
This is the second break-in at the office, which holds sensitive information, in four years.
During the t...