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Buyer revealed for Baha Mar
The Office of the Prime Minister has confirmed that the new owner of Baha Mar is Perfect Luck Holdings Limited. However, the identities of the owners of that company remain shrouded in secrecy. The Christie administration has up to now kept mum ab...
 
 
PM promises Urban Renewal expansion after Matthew
Prime Minister Perry Christie announced yesterday that Urban Renewal will be introduced in every constituency in New Providence to aid in the relief effort for Hurricane Matthew victims. “We feel that is the best way to organize the response [to H...
 
 
Man shot dead in Pinewood
A man was shot dead on Walnut Street in Pinewood Gardens early yesterday, police said. Chief Superintendent Ashton Greenslade, officer in charge of the Central Detective Unit (CDU), said the victim was shot by three armed men in a white van. “Som...
 
 
Adelaide residents feel neglected by BPL
As many residents throughout New Providence approach nearly two weeks without power supply, Lorian Williams, 42, a resident of Adelaide Village, which is still without power, said she worries about her 77-year-old diabetic mother whose medication mus...
 
 
Injury at Forecast Office
A week and a half after the “terrifying” ordeal of being evacuated from the Forecast Office at the peak of Hurricane Matthew, Velenzo Miller, a meteorological observer, was back in that office early yesterday, because it was the only way he cou...
 
 
Staff won’t return to Forecast Office, minister says
Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin said yesterday that while forecasters in the Forecast Office at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) should have been relocated to “appropriate accommodations” sooner, those forecaste...
 
 
Robbery at C. W. Sawyer School
Administrators and teachers at C.W. Sawyer Primary School in Yellow Elder Gardens yesterday discovered that the school’s security booth and tuck shop were robbed of goods estimated at over $1,000. Items that were stolen included an air conditionin...
 
 
Equipment reportedly stolen from airplane at LPIA
Police were yesterday investigating an alleged theft from an airplane that was tied down on the ramp of Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA), Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) confirmed. According to Ezra Russell, owner of the charter...
 
 
BPL: 80% restored
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) yesterday advised that its restoration efforts were being hampered due to poor weather conditions. However, the power company, which has been heavily criticized following the passage of Hurricane Matthew, said despite t...
 
 
Caught off guard
Bernard Louis and his family woke up yesterday morning to a water soaked bed and a flooded floor as rain from severe weather seeped through the roof of their home on Horseshoe Drive in Oakes Field. The family is still trying to cope with life after ...
 
 
‘Looting’ concerns in GB after storm
As Grand Bahamians continued to grapple with life after many of their homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, Freeport resident Joe Darville, said yesterday it is "absolutely nauseating" to see the degree of “looting, i...
 
 
Girl, 4, dies after found unresponsive in car
A four-year-old girl, who was found unconscious in a car in front of her home on Friday in Palm Beach Court, died in hospital on Saturday, according to authorities. While details were limited, Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said polic...
 
 
The forgotten ones
In the heat of the night, after several days without electricity or running water, Clyde Duncombe, 53, a paralyzed resident of the Good Samaritan Senior Citizen’s Home in Yellow Elder Gardens, began experiencing chest pains, which a caretaker claim...
 
 
Mitchell: Minnis’ post-storm criticisms unwise
Fox Hill Member of Parliament Fred Mitchell has dubbed the opposition leader’s criticisms of the government’s hurricane relief efforts as an effort to gain “useless brownie points that no one will remember”. In an interview with The Nassau G...
 
 
Police defend traffic response in Matthew’s wake
With complaints from residents that there have been too few officers on the streets of New Providence coordinating traffic flow at many of the busy thoroughfares in the absence of functioning traffic lights, Superintendent Craig Stubbs, head of the p...
 
 
NEMA intensifies assessment of damage caused by Hurricane Matthew
In the wake of the powerful Hurricane Matthew, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) is strengthening its organizational structure and systems so as to effectively bring about assistance to Bahamians impacted by the storm. This is being do...
 
 
AML joins international vendors for relief efforts in GB
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, AML Foods Ltd. has partnered with three international vendors to bring much-needed relief to Grand Bahama residents. The local grocer teamed up with U.S.-based Associated Grocers and SuperValu to send two 40-foo...
 
 
Cable Bahamas continues national restoration effort in wake of Hurricane Matthew
Cable Bahamas announced yesterday that its restoration exercise remains at a steadfast pace, though a severe weather system hindered the company's repair efforts yesterday. Despite extensive damage to a number of islands hit by Category 4 Hurricane M...
 
 
BNT reports on national park damage
Hurricane Matthew caused widespread damage on North Andros, Grand Bahama and New Providence, but had relatively little destructive impact on the country’s national parks. The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) had recently moved its administrative offic...
 
 
The Myles and Ruth Munroe Foundation postpones gala
The Second Annual Munroe Legacy Gala, which was to take place on November 3, 2016 at the Melia Nassau Beach resort, has been postponed until 2017. A new date will be announced following the Munroe Emerging Leaders Conference in July of 2017. It has ...
 
 
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