Monthly Archives: March 2019
An alarm is sounded in the Bahamas following a suspected gang related incident which has left a teenage boy dead.
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó will be barred from holding further public office for 15 years; the maximum allowed by law.
The Prime Minister says before the end of the year several iconic national buildings will be fully refurbished.
A proposal is heading to Cabinet to increase penalties for firearm offences.
The National Security Minister says law enforcement officers must observe the speed limit or also face the consequences.
A Joint Select Committee questions the arrangements between Regional Corporations and Sub-Service Providers.
Police are continuing their investigations into the murder of Joseph Narine, and the wounding of pundit Shervon Narad.
Agreement is reached between Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith and US Ambassador John N. Mondello on the need for a continued partnership in the fight against crime locally.
Contractors will have to provide proof of consideration of the effects of climate change on projects to be inspected by EMA
Contractors bidding for jobs on projects to be inspected by the Environmental Management Authority will have to provide proof of consideration of the effects of climate change.
Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan maintains PH taxi drivers are not legal.