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UPDATE: Gibson granted bail
Less than one hour after he was charged in a magistrate’s court today, former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Minister Shane Gibson was granted $40,000 bail in the Supreme Court. Justice Cheryl Grant-Thompson heard the bail application. The court...
 
 
Shane Gibson charged
Former Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson was arraigned in a magistrate’s court today with 16 counts of bribery and 15 counts of extortion. Gibson was also charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit extortion, two count...
 
 
Donna Vasyli granted bail
A judge today set bail at $250,000 for a woman previously convicted of murdering her husband in their home. Donna Vasyli, 57, was convicted of the May 2015 murder of her husband Australian podiatrist Philip Vasyli and sentenced to 20 years in pris...
 
 
Gibson in custody
Authorities will decide in “due course” whether to bring any charges against former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson, who was held in police custody overnight. Assistant Commissioner of Polic...
 
 
Vasyli seeking bail
One week after the appellate court quashed her conviction for the murder of her husband, Donna Vasyli appeared before the Supreme Court yesterday seeking bail pending her retrial, which has been set for January 29, 2018. Supreme Court Justice Bernar...
 
 
U.S. nominee: Bahamas a protectorate of the U.S.
Doug Manchester, President Donald Trump’s nominee for U.S. ambassador to The Bahamas, yesterday described The Bahamas as a “protectorate” of the United States. During Manchester’s confirmation hearing, New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez said: ...
 
 
U.S. senator raises concerns over now shelved China fishing proposal
United States Senator for Florida Marco Rubio yesterday expressed concern about an agri-fisheries proposal that Bahamas Ambassador to China Andy Gomez presented to the former administration and warned that such a deal could have a “negative impact...
 
 
Christian Council says it didn’t ask Minnis for Crown land
Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) President Bishop Delton Fernander shot down assertions that the council asked Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis for Crown land during a recent meeting. Fernander said the council only sought to clarify the whereabouts ...
 
 
Miller:  Albany energy proposal bad idea
Former Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday that he believes Albany’s partners’ $700 million proposal to resolve New Providence’s power generation problems would not have ultimately benefitted Ba...
 
 
Mitchell: Manchester’s comments offensive
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell last night called comments made by Doug Manchester, U.S. President Donald Trump’s nominee for ambassador to The Bahamas, “patently offensive”. Mitchell’s response came hours after Manchester s...
 
 
Ministry of Tourism restructuring
The Ministry of Tourism announced yesterday that it intends to undertake a difficult process which involves reassignments, dissolution of certain departments, repatriations, retirement and terminations. The ministry made 11 employees redundant on Gr...
 
 
Two in custody for Fox Hill murder
Two men were in police custody being questioned about a murder that took place in Fox Hill on Tuesday morning, Chief Superintendent of Police Solomon Cash said. He also confirmed that the deceased, Rahajgio Alezander Wright, 21, was known to police....
 
 
Witnesses yet to take the stand in murder trial
Witnesses have yet to testify in the murder trial of Edlin Severe, as legal arguments continued in the jury’s absence yesterday. Severe, 24, is on trial for the January 2, 2014 shooting death of Deon Brown, who was gunned down during a drive-by sh...
 
 
Marion Bethel participates in CEDAW session in Geneva
The 67th Session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) was convened in Geneva, Switzerland from July 3-21. Among the countries that came before the committee pursuant to the Convention on the Elimination of All ...
 
 
UPDATE: Gibson under arrest
Police have decided to hold former Minister Shane Gibson overnight after questioning him for several hours. The details of the matters he is being questioned on have not yet been revealed. Police will decide by noon tomorrow whether to charge him....
 
 
Gibson being questioned at CDU
Former Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson is being questioned by police at the Central Detective Unit (CDU), The Nassau Guardian can confirm. Gibson went to CDU this morning. It is unclear what he is being questioned about. ...
 
 
PM: PLP owes nation apology
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis’ acknowledgement that the Christie administration made mistakes and lost the trust of the Bahamian people, should have been followed by an apology to the nati...
 
 
Tourism staff let go on GB
The Ministry of Tourism on Grand Bahama made 11 employees redundant yesterday, The Nassau Guardian understands. When called for comment last night, Tourism Director General Joy Jibrilu said she was “not in a position to talk”. “We are in meet...
 
 
Govt: Employees must take part in verification exercise
The government is mandating that all of its employees take part in an employee verification exercise this month or face an interruption in their salaries, according to a letter from the Public Treasury Department. “Persons who fail to present them...
 
 
Govt will make some adjustments on boards
The government will have to make “adjustments” to its statutory boards and committees after several “oversights” were made on the recently released list, Press Secretary Anthony Newbold said yesterday. “A lot of things shouldn’t happen,...
 
 
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