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DNA proposes ‘Right to Information Bill’
As heated debate continues over a proposed $2.1 billion joint venture agri-fisheries initiative with the Chinese on Andros, the Democratic National Alliance yesterday released its draft of a freedom of information act entitled “The Right To Informa...
 
 
Murder case adjourned due to lawyer’s absence
A defense lawyer’s illness has delayed the progress of a murder and attempted murder trial. Attorney Glendon Rolle, who was in a traffic accident, will not be available until Thursday. Rolle’s client Shirvon Stubbs, 25, of Yellow Elder Gardens,...
 
 
Cash n’ Go approves eight NP locations for Trot for Tots 242 registration
Cash N’ Go has approved its eight New Providence locations as Trot for Tots 242 registration locations. Mona Augustin, Cash N' Go customer service representative, accepts the registration forms on behalf of Cash N’ Go. Cash N’ Go joins Percy’...
 
 
REV sponsors 23rd Annual Red Ribbon Ball
REV, The Bahamas' communications provider of choice, announced that it has once again partnered with The Bahamas AIDS Foundation for its 23rd Annual Red Ribbon Ball on Saturday, November 12. The charity event will be held at the Atlantis Resort Gran...
 
 
PM: FNM creating Chinese hysteria
Prime Minister Perry Christie and Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday exchanged political blows in The House of Assembly over the relationship successive governments have had with the People’s Republic of China, with the...
 
 
Row over Chinese erupts in House
Renewed accusations over Agriculture Minister V. Alfred Gray’s involvement with a proposed $2.1 billion joint venture agri-fisheries initiative with the Chinese in Andros yesterday fueled an intense spat in the House of Assembly between the MICAL M...
 
 
Dorsett confirms Chinese forestry approval
Accusing The Nassau Guardian of being on a “fear-mongering mission as it relates to Chinese investments in The Bahamas”, Minister of the Environment and Housing Kenred Dorsett yesterday confirmed a Guardian story that the Forestry Unit issued an ...
 
 
Relief takes time, Gibson says, as hurricane aftermath donations remain unspent
Golden Gates MP and Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson, the coordinator for hurricane relief, yesterday defended the government’s response to Hurricane Matthew, amid criticisms that home repairs had not begun, despite the govern...
 
 
Asue Draw payouts this week
The Gaming Board yesterday said that in the wake of Asue Draw + Spin not renewing its gaming house operator license for 2016-2017, the company is paying out all legitimate winnings and account balances this week. Gaming Board Secretary Verdant R. Sc...
 
 
Urban Renewal helps mother of murdered boy fix hurricane-damaged home
Natasha Minnis, a mother of four, not only lost the roof of her home last month during the passing of Hurricane Matthew, she also lost her 16-year-old son, who was murdered just days after the storm. Assistant Superintendent of Police Anthony Rolle,...
 
 
Sands calls for transparency
Claiming there is a lack of public confidence and growing distress among citizens caused by the Christie administration's “approval in principle” to Caribbean Global Timber Limited for a forestry project on 4,500 acres of land in North Andros, Fr...
 
 
Martin: One & Only workers’ jobs secured
Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) President Nicole Martin yesterday addressed the concerns of more than 300 employees at the One & Only Ocean Club, after it was announced that the hotel would be closed for four months due t...
 
 
Press Club mourns passing of noted photographer Antoine Ferrier
The Bahamas Press Club yesterday expressed its sadness at the death of noted photographer Antoine Ferrier. Ferrier died Sunday – his birthday – after short illness at the Princess Margaret Hospital at the age of 75. Press Club President Anthony ...
 
 
Bahamas diplomatic corps visit BAMSI
A part of a slew of activities held during Bahamas Diplomatic Week 2016 more than 30 members of the Bahamas Diplomatic Corps visited the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI). The group landed in North Andros on October 19th and t...
 
 
Bahamas 16 Weddings Invitation to provide economic boost
On November 16, The Bahamas will cement its position as the leading destination for weddings and honeymoons when it hosts its third Bahamas 16 Weddings Invitation. As 16 Canadian couples prepare for the wedding of a lifetime, The Bahamas is readying...
 
 
Chinese in forestry deal
A company with majority Chinese directors was given National Economic Council (NEC) approval for a forestry project on 4,500 acres of Crown land in North Andros, The Nassau Guardian confirmed. The NEC’s members are the Cabinet of The Bahamas. The...
 
 
Gray goes on the defensive on social media
Amid a social media firestorm that erupted over a revelation by The Nassau Guardian last week that he authorized Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul Andy Gomez to pursue further a proposed $2.1 billion joint venture agri-fisheries initiative with the Ch...
 
 
Minnis calls on Gray to resign
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday called for the resignation of Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray claiming that he betrayed the trust of Bahamians when he gave the green light for Bahamas Ambass...
 
 
Company says it can account for every penny given for festival
The Caribbean Music Festival (2000) Limited said in a statement issued by its attorney, Obi Pindling, yesterday that it can account for every penny of the sponsorship money received by the Ministry of Tourism for the Caribbean Muzik Festival, whose m...
 
 
Thousands sign petition against proposed deal with Chinese
Thousands of people have signed a petition that calls for Prime Minister Perry Christie to “cancel any and all negotiations on a proposed $2.1 billion Chinese fishing/agriculture venture and to keep fishing 100 percent for Bahamians”. The Nassau...
 
 
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