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REV sponsors annual Shakespeare in Paradise festival for eighth consecutive year
REV has announced that it will serve as a primary sponsor for the 2016 Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival, continuing its tradition of supporting the event since its inception. The theater festival runs from Monday, September 26 to Saturday, O...
 
 
Nearly 500 jobs accepted as Sandals moves to fill 600 posts
Hundreds piled into a former ballroom at Sandals Royal Bahamian last week to begin orientation, preparing for new jobs as the iconic hotel is being prepped for a grand reopening following a multimillion-dollar makeover. “We are on target for a mid...
 
 
Unions want AG to resign
The leaders of the country’s two largest umbrella unions are demanding that Prime Minister Perry Christie remove Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson from her post, as they believe they can no longer negotiate with her in “good faith” after ...
 
 
AG: I won’t be swayed by political objectives
After some of her fellow Cabinet ministers said they were disappointed in her action stopping a private prosecution against Sandals Royal Bahamian’s top managers, Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson shot back late Thursday night, claiming she w...
 
 
Roberts won’t serve another full term as chairman
Though he hasn’t made up his mind on whether he will again offer himself for chairman at the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) November convention, Bradley Roberts said he’s certain he will not serve another full term in that position. Roberts...
 
 
DNA wants answers from PM on Sandals nolle
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday slammed Prime Minister Perry Christie for his silence on the Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson’s decision to stop a private prosecution against the top management of Sand...
 
 
Murder conspiracy sentencing postponed
A judge yesterday adjourned sentencing for two men convicted of conspiracy to commit murder to next week. Justice Bernard Turner will now punish Rashad Sullivan and Patrickedo Rose, both 25, for 2012 plot to murder of Dario “China” Knowles, 25, ...
 
 
Man could get bail over trial delay
A judge will consider bail for Anthony Bethel after prosecutors informed the court they are not ready to begin his murder trial next week. Anthony Bethel, of East Street, is accused of the May 26, 2015 murder of Georgette Rahming, 21. According to ...
 
 
FNM: AG must resign
The Free National Movement (FNM) yesterday called for Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson to resign after she stopped a private prosecution against the top management of Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort. The attorney general signed a nolle prosequi...
 
 
DPM, Wilchcombe pile on over disappointment in attorney general
Two more Cabinet ministers yesterday expressed disappointment about Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson’s decision to stop a private prosecution against the top management of Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort, reportedly without telling many of the...
 
 
Sands admits FNM slow to unveil policy plans
Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Dr. Duane Sands yesterday acknowledged that the FNM has not provided sufficient clarity on its positions and policies to move the nation forward with a general election just a few months away. “What I’m ackno...
 
 
Davis dodges when asked if he will challenge Christie
With just over two months before the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) national convention, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said yesterday he is prepared to lead the organization, though he remained noncommittal about whether he will chall...
 
 
Union planning reaction to AG on Sandals matter
President of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) Obie Ferguson said yesterday that he questions what Minister of Labour Shane Gibson actually knew about the nolle prosequi Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson signed, stopping a private prosecution agai...
 
 
Munroe: AG right to nolle private prosecution
Attorney Wayne Munroe, QC, who is the lawyer for West Bay Management, suggested that had the attorney general not stopped the private prosecution against the top management of Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort, the company would have filed for damages ag...
 
 
Brave Davis: Poll reflects general electoral angst
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said yesterday that a recent Public Domain survey which showed that 68 percent of voters between 18 and 34 have no intention of voting for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), and 45 percent of respondents ass...
 
 
Three convicted of 2010 murder
A jury yesterday took about three hours to unanimously convict three men of a murder and attempted murder that occurred during a drive-by shooting. Justice Bernard Turner will sentence Lynden Prosper, Denard Davis and Deangelo Adderley on November 2...
 
 
Murder victim’s daughter denied chance to make statement
A judge yesterday denied a request for a murder victim’s daughter to make an impact statement at the sentencing hearing of Dyon Henry. Justice Milton Evans said, “The only purpose that will serve is to prejudice my mind against the accused.” ...
 
 
Rescue at sea
During the early hours of this morning, officials stationed in Matthew Town, Inagua received a call from a crew member of a Haitian sailing sloop reporting that their vessel, the Change Vie had run aground. Efforts were made to locate their exact pos...
 
 
Tourism to host accessibility symposium
The Ministry of Tourism is gearing up to host a one-day symposium next week as part of the United Nations World Tourism Day to raise awareness about accessible tourism in The Bahamas. The symposium, slated for Tuesday, September 27, will take place ...
 
 
Paradise Plates to feature 35 top chefs and beverage purveyors
Paradise Plates, scheduled for Saturday, October 1st from 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. in the Atlantis Imperial Ballroom, is a grand celebration of 1,000,000 lbs of food delivered by Hands For Hunger since its inception, eight short years ago. The event sho...
 
 
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