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Rolle: No timeline for NIB audit
There is no budget or timeline for the forensic audit into the National Insurance Board (NIB) suggested Minister of State for Public Service and National Insurance Brensil Rolle yesterday. Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis recently announced a forens...
 
 
Dames: Crime won’t subside quickly
Just because the government changes doesn’t mean crime will go away immediately, asserted Minister of National Security Marvin Dames yesterday, following recent comments from Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis that notwithstanding several recent kill...
 
 
Sentencing delay for banker’s killer
Sentencing for the man convicted of the brutal 2015 killing of banker Devince Smith was yesterday adjourned to June 21 as probation and psychiatric reports were not ready. Lamar Albury was convicted of manslaughter in a 10–2 majority verdict in Ma...
 
 
Davis rebukes govt for attacking the Christie administration's record
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis expressed shock at the government’s “unprecedented” level of borrowing and rebuked the government for its attack on the Christie administration. “The budget statement should be an outline of the legislati...
 
 
Govt to borrow $722 million
After detailing the country’s “very grave” fiscal situation in the House of Assembly today, Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest introduced a resolution to borrow $400 million to help finance the government's projected shortfall for the 2016/17 ...
 
 
Goodman guilty
Kofhe Goodman was once again convicted of murder in a retrial Tuesday in one of the country’s most haunting missing child cases, almost six years after 11-year-old Marco Archer vanished when he went to buy candy from a neighborhood store. Marco's ...
 
 
PLP condemns removal of NIB execs
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday called for Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis to explain why several National Insurance Board (NIB) employees were “summarily dismissed” from the board on Monday. Davis said the Progressive Liberal Pa...
 
 
BAIC probe ongoing, police say
To date, nothing has come out of the probe at the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) and subsequent arrest of former Deputy Speaker Dion Smith, charged Smith’s attorney, Wayne Munroe, QC, yesterday. “I don’t know what to ma...
 
 
PM to address nation twice a year
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis will address the nation twice per year and will engage the media once per quarter at “special press conferences”, according to Press Secretary Anthony “Ace” Newbold. Newbold made the announcement at the Offic...
 
 
Body recovered near Prince George Wharf
The body of a man that was submerged in waters near Prince George Wharf was recovered by authorities yesterday morning, police said. Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean told The Nassau Guardian that a passerby notified police around...
 
 
Ernst & Young pitched audits to Cabinet, Newbold says
Accounting firm Ernst & Young has presented to Cabinet concerning the forensic audits the Minnis administration has committed to conducting at Bank of The Bahamas (BOB), Urban Renewal, the former government’s hurricane relief program, and the B...
 
 
Major: Carnival report soon complete
A report on the 2017 Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival is expected to be completed by June 30, said Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) Chairman Paul Major yesterday. “[With] the new government, everything is kind of on hold until such time as the...
 
 
Roberts: Govt engaged in victimization
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts has accused the government of victimizing several senior staff members of the National Insurance Board by sending them home. “Information received by the PLP clearly confirms that Prime Mini...
 
 
Elks host conference
Under the theme “Embracing a new fraternal generation to build Elkdom”, the Bahamas State Association of Elks (IBPOEW), under the leadership of T. Ricardo Whylly, state president, and Dgt. Cecelia Cooper, auxiliary president, will meet in its 61s...
 
 
Fallen heroes remembered during Memorial Day ceremony
The lives of 10 U.S. Navy men were commemorated on Monday during a wreath laying ceremony at the site of the Clifton Memorial to those men, at Clifton Pier. Honored were sailors of Patrol Squadron 23, who perished off the coast of New Providence on ...
 
 
Jamaican woman charged with human trafficking
A 20-year-old Jamaican woman is facing four counts of human trafficking after allegedly forcing another woman from her country into the sex trade earlier this year. Prosecutors allege that Abbigail Wilson committed the crimes between March and May...
 
 
Kofhe Goodman guilty
After deliberating for about two hours, the jury in the retrial of Kofhe Goodman came back with a guilty verdict today. This is second time that Goodman has been convicted of the murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer. The little boy's naked body w...
 
 
Verdict in Kofhe Goodman's retrial expected today
The jury in the trial of the man accused of the murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer has retired to deliberate. Earlier today Justice Carolita Bethell told the all woman jury they must be sure of Kofhe Goodman’s guilt for him to be convicted. Go...
 
 
Press Secretary: Minnis will address the media quarterly
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis will address the nation twice a year and will engage the media once per quarter at “special press conferences”, Press Secretary Anthony “Ace” Newbold announced today. Newbold was speaking at a press briefin...
 
 
$100 million health bill
The former administration left more than $100 million in unfunded healthcare commitments, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands revealed yesterday. Sands made the comment after touring Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH). Asked to reveal the amount of mo...
 
 
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