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CENTREVILLE MP Reece Chipman yesterday moved a petition to review the Quieting Titles Act of 1959, which currently outlines the process to claim unused land without holding a legal title.
AMID calls for the removal of a group of pigs from a west Grand Bahama "swimming pigs" venture over allegations of inhumane treatment toward the animals, two Cabinet ministers whose portfolios govern separate aspects of such operations have declined to address it.
Last week the Cabinet Office announced that Acting Chief Justice Stephen Isaacs was appointed chief justice. The governor general officially makes the appointment, but it's the prime minister who makes the choice after consultation with the leader of the opposition. The decision comes after former [...]
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PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis is still not ready to reveal who will be appointed substantive chief justice, telling reporters yesterday Bahamians will know "with time" who will fill the post.Despite failing to name an appointee for the last several
I have of course written on this subject before in these "Time To Think" articles and will no doubt cover the subject again in the future as it's such an important subject, that of experiencing peace and quiet as often as possible. We do live [...]
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There are those journalists, from various eras, whose works for one reason or the other, result in them being very well known. Then, there are the ones who are just as passionate about what they do, just as dedicated, extremely professional, but somehow move through [...]
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PINERIDGE MP Fredrick McAlpine yesterday backed away from the opportunity to respond to fellow party members who have scolded him for his public remarks concerning the Free National Movement and its policies. Mr McAlpine yesterday told The Tribune h