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D'Aguilar: reports of Baha Mar delay a 'little odd'
Tourism Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar today expressed doubt that the multi-billion-dollar Baha Mar resort could miss yet another completion date due to the non-receipt of lounge chairs. The minister, who spoke to reporters outside of Cabinet, said...
 
 
PLPs dismiss PM’s disclosure threat
Two former members of Parliament who served in the last term yesterday accused Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis of essentially wasting time in his threat to take action against those who failed to meet the legal requirement to file their financial di...
 
 
Christie: Nottage fought me over police overtime pay
Former Prime Minister Perry Christie revealed that he and the late Dr. Bernard Nottage were at odds over the issue of overtime pay for police officers. Christie said Nottage believed that the government’s initial lack of support on the matter led ...
 
 
New BPL board to issue RFPs
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday the new board at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) will issue a request for proposals (RFPs) in an effort to find new ways to generate energy to “help to keep the lights on” for Bahamians this...
 
 
Munroe: LPIA tenant settlement had confidentiality clause
Attorney Wayne Munroe said yesterday that aspects of Pat Mortimer’s agreement with the Nassau Airport Development (NAD) Company should not have been made public due to a confidentiality clause. Munroe, QC, represents Mortimer, the airport tenant a...
 
 
Mitchell: PLP should maintain ‘message discipline’
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) shouldn’t share its internal “cut and thrust” with the public, suggested PLP Senator Fred Mitchell yesterday. Though he did not point specifically to recent comments made by Exuma and Ragged Island MP Cheste...
 
 
Old folks’ home residents facing power cut over unpaid bill
Dozens of residents at the Good Samaritan Senior Citizen’s Home may have to live without water and power in the near future, as the owner of the home, Rev. Dr. Kendal Capron, admitted yesterday that he is clueless as to how he will pay a $7,000 ele...
 
 
Family charged in GB cocaine seizure
A family of six has been charged in connection with a $4 million cocaine seizure. Arthur Stubbs Sr., 44, Arthur Stubbs Jr., 22, twin sisters Naomi and Ruth Woodside, 53, Silia Woodside, 25, and Helena Stubbs, 41, all of West End, Grand Bahama, a...
 
 
Haitian migrants apprehended in The Exumas
Over 60 undocumented Haitian nationals were apprehended in the central Bahamas early Monday morning by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force. A Haitian sloop was intercepted on the Great Bahama Bank west of the Exuma chain by HMBS Lignum Vitae under the c...
 
 
Dancers excel at competition
The weekend following their annual recitals this past June 10 and 11, seven dance company members from the local dance school Just Dance Bahamas, under the direction of Nonny Price, traveled to Galveston, Texas to compete in the StarQuest Internation...
 
 
Two hundred college students to participate in summer job program
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — Hundreds of college students were urged to “dream big” by Minister of State for Grand Bahama Kwasi Thompson on Friday, the eve of starting their four-week summer job program sponsored by the government. "I am so please...
 
 
Local psychiatrist enables individual and community transformation through ‘The Family’
Renowned Bahamian psychiatrist Dr. David Allen is one step closer to achieving his goal of identifying and healing the root causes of Bahamian social ills through a dedicated and transformational program of research, thanks to a grant from the Temple...
 
 
Labour Department upgrading employee placement services with improved software
The Bahamas Department of Labour will launch an upgrade to its local skills bank portal, PCRecruiter, on July 21 to enhance employee placement services. The recruiting and staffing software was first introduced in 2006. However, an update and relaun...
 
 
DPM: More to be revealed
Despite former Prime Minister Perry Christie’s belief that his administration did the right thing while in office, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said he is sure more revelations about how taxpayer dollars were spent ...
 
 
Govt boards being populated
Former Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest is expected to be named chairman of Bahamasair, The Nassau Guardian can confirm. The former Free National Movement (FNM) leader will be among those named in the government’s appointment of statu...
 
 
Roberts blasts FNM’s first 40 days
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts accused Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis of backtracking on many of his campaign promises, raising unemployment and offering no new legislation since coming to office May 10. “It has been 40...
 
 
PLP conducting loss assessment
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator Fred Mitchell revealed that a Jamaican political strategy expert is in The Bahamas to analyze and report on why the PLP lost the May 10 general election. “A report will be provided to the political committee...
 
 
Mitchell calls for October PLP convention
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator Fred Mitchell said the party should hold a “full-blown convention” in the third week of October. “The [PLP’s] constitution says that there is supposed to be a convention every year, the third week in O...
 
 
Fyre Festival CEO arrested
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York has confirmed that CEO of Fyre Media and one of the organizers of the catastrophe that was Fyre Festival, William “Billy” McFarland, was arrested and charged with wire fraud on Fr...
 
 
Man on bail murdered
A man who was on bail for murder was shot dead on Nassau Street on Friday night. According to police, shortly after 10 p.m. police received a report that a man had been shot near Meadow Street. Officers responding to the scene met the lifeless body...
 
 
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