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Baha Mar chief thanks govt for support
Following a call for the government to stop the completion of the sale of Baha Mar by the project’s former developer Sarkis Izmirlian, Baha Mar President Graeme Davis yesterday assured that he is committed to the success of Baha Mar and the Bahamia...
 
 
‘Contractors paid, but no evidence of work’
Minister of State for Grand Bahama Kwasi Thompson revealed yesterday that the government awarded a $1.7 million contract to a vendor on Grand Bahama for hurricane cleanup, but said he saw no evidence that work was done. Thompson was referring to cle...
 
 
NHI Secretariat cutting 21 jobs
The National Health Insurance (NHI) Secretariat announced last night that it is cutting jobs. The Nassau Guardian understands that 21 contract workers — known as customer service representatives — are being cut. The workers were reportedly resp...
 
 
Ministry of Education workers charged with fraud
Two employees of the Ministry of Education were yesterday charged with fraud. Prosecutors allege that Chief Clerk Paulette Wilson falsified overtime records for Andrew Bridgewater, a security guard, from October 9, 2015 to March 18, 2016, resulting ...
 
 
Mitchell: Izmirlian should rest and be quiet
Progressive Liberal Party Senator Fred Mitchell said yesterday former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian should "go and rest and be quiet”. On Sunday, Izmirlian called for a stop to the sale of the Cable Beach project — an action Mitchell deems...
 
 
Greenslade not surprised by claims made against former govt
Speaking in the context of the launch of the new anti-corruption unit of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF), Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade said yesterday he was not surprised to hear of certain allegations made against the former Chris...
 
 
Parliamentary privilege appeal formally withdrawn
The appeal filed by the government against a judge’s landmark ruling on the boundaries of parliamentary privilege was formally withdrawn yesterday. The defeated PLP administration had appealed last year’s ruling by Justice Indra Charles that for...
 
 
Health minister impressed by healthcare services in Grand Bahama
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands said he was “impressed” with the work being done in healthcare services in Grand Bahama. The minister was on the island for his first official tour of its healthcare facilities on Friday,...
 
 
NEMA receives $1.8 mil. emergency relief warehouse from U.S. Northern Command
MATTHEW TOWN, Inagua — Residents of the southern Bahamas will be better equipped to handle their immediate situation if a disaster threatens. On June 22, during an official turnover ceremony, the United States Northern Command in a special ceremon...
 
 
Ministry of Education employees charged with theft
Two employees of the Ministry of Education have been charged with the theft of almost $7,000. Prosecutors allege that chief clerk Paulette Wilson falsified overtime records for Andrew Bridgewater, a security guard, from October 9, 2015 to March 18...
 
 
Call to stop sale of Baha Mar
Former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian is calling on the Minnis administration to place a moratorium on the completion of any sale of the Cable Beach project, and other related transactions, so that the government and the public can thoroughly ...
 
 
Toddler killed in car crash
A two-year-old was killed after she was ejected from a vehicle during a car accident on John F. Kennedy Drive on Saturday evening, police said. Shortly after 6 p.m., a black Nissan Teana and a dark gray Mazda collided while traveling west on the str...
 
 
Govt has no lease for church’s land
A senior official of the Seventh-day Adventist Church stressed yesterday that the church received no money from the government of The Bahamas for use of its property on Wulff Road for the construction of STAR Academy. “It is rather unfortunate the...
 
 
Nottage in U.S. hospital
Former Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage was airlifted to the United States on Friday for medical treatment, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts confirmed yesterday. Roberts said Nottage was still “gravely ill...
 
 
Govt never paid Seventh-day Adventists for land; no lease signed
The Christie administration never signed the lease agreement with the Seventh-day Adventist Church for use of the church’s land upon which the $30 million STAR Academy was built, nor did it pay any rent or other money after more than two years of o...
 
 
Davis calls on Minnis to apologize over Baha Mar
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis should apologize to the Bahamian people over Baha Mar. Davis suggested in a statement that the recent revelations on Baha Mar by the government are an acknowledge...
 
 
Public-private projects halted pending review
The government has stopped six public-private partnership projects entered into by the Christie administration pending a thorough investigation of each one, said Attorney General Carl Bethel. Speaking during the budget debate in the Senate on Friday...
 
 
PMH records dramatic rise in gunshot cases over last decade
The number of gunshot cases treated by Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) since 2001 has risen dramatically. A recent report from PMH’s Data Analysis Unit shows that gunshot cases jumped from 21 in 2001 to 254 in 2013, just over a decade later. H...
 
 
BTC sponsors ICAN community kids summer initiative
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has partnered with ICAN Community Limited to host the SMART² Summer Initiative for kids. The telecommunications company donated $5,000 toward the cause. BTC’s contribution will sponsor 20 students registere...
 
 
Carl Bethel: Public justifiably horrified
Attorney General Carl Bethel yesterday said there is something “rotten in the state” as he referenced a number of reported cases of alleged misfeasance by the Christie administration highlighted during the budget debate in the House of Assembly. ...
 
 
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