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Izmirlian slams Baha Mar sale
Ousted Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian in a letter to President of the Export Import Bank of China (CEXIM) Liu Liange criticized the sale of Baha Mar’s assets to Perfect Luck Holdings Ltd., and said his legitimate offer to purchase the resort...
 
 
Payouts expected early Nov. for unsecured Baha Mar creditors
The committee responsible for overseeing the payout of claims to Baha Mar’s former employees and creditors intends to begin paying unsecured creditors owed under $500,000 during the first week of November. Former Minister of State for Finance Jame...
 
 
Hanna-Martin expresses concerns about Road Traffic Dept. ‘chaos’
Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin yesterday expressed concern about the “chaotic and unnecessarily long lines” at the Road Traffic Department. While speaking to reporters outside the Office of the Prime Minister, she admitte...
 
 
Roberts: Minnis is a big joke
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis is “one big joke and cannot be taken seriously”, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday. He was referring to Minnis’ demand for full disclosure on the reported sale of Baha M...
 
 
Road traffic controller promises relief soon
As long lines continue to form at the temporary location of the Road Traffic Department at Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, Road Traffic Controller Ross Smith said yesterday they will begin longer operating hours today, reopen the Carmichael loca...
 
 
Butler-Turner calls for clarity on Perfect Luck
Long Island Member of Parliament Loretta Butler-Turner charged yesterday that Perfect Luck Holdings Ltd., the new Baha Mar owner, is actually a special purpose vehicle (SPV) for the Export Import Bank of China (CEXIM) to move debt off its books, join...
 
 
Collie denounces PLP’s record
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday that unless the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) re-writes history, he expects the organization will have a lot of apologizing to do at its national convention set for the end of Novem...
 
 
Gibson won’t be distracted by FNM criticism
After Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis questioned the Christie administration’s ability to properly manage borrowed money for relief efforts following Hurricane Joaquin and Hurricane Matthew, recently appointed coordinator of h...
 
 
Trial of men accused of murdering Latore Mackey adjourned
The trial of two men accused of the murder of the prime minister’s press secretary has been adjourned to next month. The matter of Kelvin Deveaux and Dereck Neily was tentatively scheduled to begin before Justice Bernard Turner yesterday, but coul...
 
 
Three charged with four counts of attempted murder
Three men appeared before a magistrate yesterday accused of four counts of attempted murder. Shapfield Rose, 20, of 121 Yorkshire Street; Bernard Allen, 22, of Marshall Road, and Donovan Rolle, 20, of Faith Avenue north, appeared before Acting Chi...
 
 
BTC provides relief for over 80 families in Andros
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) on Saturday provided assistance to more than 80 families in Andros impacted by Hurricane Matthew. The Department of Social Services indicated that there were just over 80 families who were desperately in ...
 
 
‘End secrecy on Baha Mar’
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis and Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest in separate statements yesterday demanded full disclosure on the reported sale of Baha Mar’s assets after Prime Minister Perry Christie admitted that Cabinet di...
 
 
Roberts insists PLP convention should happen next month
As more senior Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) members weighed in on whether the organization should delay its end of November convention as the government focuses on restoration efforts following Hurricane Matthew, PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts said ...
 
 
Newlyweds on defensive over same-sex marriage rumor
Newlywed Rickia Pratt pleaded with the Bahamian public yesterday for privacy and respect after the happiest day of her life was marred by speculation over her husband’s gender and whether the couple had a same-sex marriage. Photos of the couple’...
 
 
PM: Gibson will be judged on performance
Addressing criticisms of his appointment of Minister of Labour Shane Gibson as national coordinator for the hurricane restoration process, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday Gibson will be accountable to Cabinet and the House of Assembly, a...
 
 
Man found shot dead
The country’s latest murder victim has been identified as Anthony Moncur, Jr. According to police, his body was found a short distance away from his home on Dean Street early Monday morning. “Sometime around 1:15 a.m., officers responded to gun...
 
 
Lack of power leads to animal deaths, farmer says
Sean Bowe, owner of Simply Bahamian Products, a livestock farm on Gladstone Road, said yesterday he lost more than $30,000 with the deaths of 30 pigs, due to the lack of power supply at the government feed mill. “The government feed mill that prod...
 
 
In Centreville, mixed views on PM’s absence
While some Centreville residents believe that Prime Minister Perry Christie’s presence in their constituency is not needed, as the area was not severely damaged by Hurricane Matthew, others expressed disappointment yesterday that their MP has yet t...
 
 
Murder case tossed over mishandled interview
An appeals court on Monday threw out Shavargo McPhee’s murder conviction for shooting a store clerk during an armed robbery after finding police mishandled his interview as a juvenile. The Privy Council, the country’s final appellate court, has ...
 
 
Chipman hopes to table PAC report Nov. 2
Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Chairman Hubert Chipman said yesterday the committee’s long-awaited report on Urban Renewal is expected to be tabled on November 2. “I guess with the hurricane, a lot of things had to change,” Chipman said. “...
 
 
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