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Sandals moves to hire staff
One week after making more than 600 workers redundant as it closed its doors for extensive renovations, Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort will host a four-day job fair starting Monday — a move Trade Union Congress President Obie Ferguson alleged is cle...
 
 
PLP ratifies Strachan, Bell
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) last night ratified Minister of Financial Services and Local Government Hope Strachan to run again in Sea Breeze and Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell to run in Carmichael. Current Carmichael MP D...
 
 
Maynard: Vote Miller out
Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard yesterday called on union members in Tall Pines to vote against the incumbent, Leslie Miller, who accused the Bahamas Maintenance and Allied Workers Union of holding a gun to the head of ...
 
 
No new Zika cases, but officials remain on alert
There have been no new reported cases of Zika since the Ministry of Health advised the public of the country’s first case of the mosquito-borne virus last week, Chief Medical Officer Glen Beneby said yesterday. Beneby, who was out of the country, ...
 
 
Police Staff. Assoc. urges resolution for officers who worked overtime
Police Staff Association (PSA) Executive Chairman Inspector Dwight Smith has urged Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade to meet with the association to discuss how best to compensate officers in accordance with a recent Supreme Court ruling that ...
 
 
Jamaican style curry products recalled
GraceKennedy Limited has announced the recall of certain batches of its curry products that were packaged in the United States and distributed within the U.S., Bermuda and The Bahamas. The recall has been initiated due to the presence of lead in som...
 
 
Smith wants PM to stay
Deputy Speaker Dion Smith said yesterday that although Prime Minister Perry Christie has made “some mistakes” and some “unpopular decisions”, he is among the “new generation of leaders” who have asked Christie to stay on as leader of the ...
 
 
Sixth place finish for Pedrya Seymour
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Pedrya Seymour is simply amazing! She’s progressing at an unbelievable rate, quicker than any other Bahamian athlete right now, she’s not afraid of the big stage, and she rises to the occasion when presented with a maj...
 
 
Sands: NHI will prove disappointing
While Opposition Senator Dr. Duane Sands supported the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill in the Senate yesterday, he said he believes NHI, as it has been proposed by the Christie adminstration, will prove to be “a great disappointment” for Bah...
 
 
Man found hanging from tree
Relatives of a man in his 70s found him hanging from a tree in the backyard of his home in Murphyville in Palmdale around 10:30 a.m. yesterday, police said. Police suspect the man committed suicide. “The only information we have at this time is t...
 
 
Butler-Turner blames govt in Sandals matter
Shadow Minister of Labour Loretta Butler-Turner said she finds it strange that Minister of Labour Shane Gibson would be in the dark about a $4 million renovation project at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort, which left more than 600 of its...
 
 
Deputy speaker suggests emails should not have been tabled
Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly Dion Smith suggested yesterday he would not have allowed Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald to read private emails belonging to members of the environmental group Save The Bays (STB) in Parliament, but said he suppo...
 
 
DNA raises alarm over bioharzardous waste at landfill
Leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Branville McCartney said the biohazardous waste found at the New Providence Landfill that originated from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) raises concerns about the level of oversight at that instituti...
 
 
Teen who was murdered had started fight, court told
A teenager who claimed she parted a fight between her best friend and Adonai Wilson testified yesterday that Wilson hit her friend first. The witness’ best friend, cousin and another student from Doris Johnson High School are accused of the Decemb...
 
 
Murder accused fails to show for trial
A murder accused failed to show up for the start of his trial yesterday. Cordero Johnson’s attorney Calvin Seymour told Senior Supreme Court Justice Stephen Isaacs that he had not been in contact with his client and had no idea where he was. Is...
 
 
‘Sandals didn’t want to avoid job cuts’
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson said yesterday he thinks the reason why Sandals kept the government in the dark over pending redundancies is that it did not want to talk to the government about possible ways to prevent more than 600 people losing the...
 
 
Shaunae Miller gets her gold
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Two Olympics ago, the United States snatched a medal away from The Bahamas courtesy of a dive, and on Monday night, The Bahamas got that medal back. Yes, Shaunae Miller’s dive is still a hot topic of discussion of these ...
 
 
Sandals: No choice but to close
Sandals Resorts International Chairman Gordon “Butch” Stewart indicated yesterday that “we had no choice” but to close down Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort on West Bay Street until sometime in October as major renovations got underway. More th...
 
 
As Baha Mar crisis drags on, PM silent
Nearly a month after Prime Minister Perry Christie said the Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM) should be in a position to announce a new buyer for Baha Mar within a “few weeks”, Christie refused to answer questions about the derailed project this...
 
 
Union head accuses govt of failing Sandals workers
The head of the union that represents hundreds of workers who have lost their jobs at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort blamed the government for failing to ensure employees are better protected during redundancy exercises like the one that took place th...
 
 
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