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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. ...
 
 
Building burns at Potter’s Cay
Business on the western end of Potter’s Cay Dock was temporarily suspended yesterday following a fire that engulfed an abandoned building on the waterfront around midday, authorities said. Chief of Fire Services Walter Evans said the building was ...
 
 
Darville: Ministers’ accusations will come back to bite them
Calling the government out for its attempts to “vilify” the Christie administration, Opposition Senator Dr. Michael Darville yesterday warned that the road the Free National Movement (FNM) is taking is a “dangerous one”. “It will come back...
 
 
Some Baha Mar documents to remain sealed
Though the government followed through on its promise to unseal Baha Mar’s heads of terms signed with the Government of The Bahamas, there are several “commercially sensitive documents” related to the Baha Mar deal that will remain sealed, Atto...
 
 
‘Toward the Rising Sun’
The 44th Bahamas Independence Celebrations will have all the ingredients of the annual national birthday bash – pomp and circumstance, music, dance, singing, storytelling, lively ‘Bahamiana,’ and proud waving of the aquamarine, black and gold B...
 
 
Baha Mar deal safe
Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday there is no need for the government to go back on the recently unsealed Baha Mar deal as there is nothing objectionable or questionable in its contents. “What was said during the campaign was that if the...
 
 
Davis denies abuse of public funds
While he had no details on some of the contracts Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis suggested were questionable, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday called on Bahamians not to be “suckered” into accepting such falsehoods from an administ...
 
 
Davis denies knowledge of Ash contracts
Although the ministry that he once headed was involved in the issuance of hurricane clean-up contracts, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday that he was unaware that a single vendor was awarded $8 million in related contracts and expre...
 
 
AG: No criminal concerns from budget revelations
Despite shocking revelations throughout the course of the 2017/2018 budget debate, there was nothing said by anyone that raised any criminal concerns, said Attorney General Carl Bethel yesterday. Following revelations by minister after minister on t...
 
 
Education staff member questioned by police about fake job letters
A staff member in the Ministry of Education’s Performance Appraisal Unit was interviewed under caution by police officers yesterday, after it was brought to the attention of the ministry by a local financial institution that one of its staff member...
 
 
Mitchell to seek action over ‘defamatory’ ads
Senator Fred Mitchell said he will raise a complaint of a breach of privilege in the Senate over a series of ads in a local daily, which he claimed are defamatory toward him. “I have received a number of inquiries from my family and from the leade...
 
 
Davis stands by Cabinet decisions
Opposition Leader Philip “Brave” Davis yesterday said he stands by all of the decisions he made when he was a member of the Christie administration, and challenged Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister “to do something about it” if he be...
 
 
Davis hopes Isaacs’ threat wasn’t ‘real’
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday that he does not condone violence and expressed hope that Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Emeritus Errington ‘Minky’ Isaacs was not serious when he threatened to strike Prime Minister D...
 
 
Galanis urges govt to let the law take its course
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Philip Galanis said yesterday he is “very happy” about a number of recent revelations made concerning the former government’s alleged mismanagement of public funds. The former minister told The Nassau ...
 
 
Alleged human trafficker to learn of bail decision
A 20-year-old Jamaican woman accused of forcing another woman into the sex trade will learn today whether she will be freed on bail pending her trial. Prosecutors allege that Abbigail Wilson trafficked the alleged victim between March and May 26. I...
 
 
Man found guilty in Facebook rape case
A jury yesterday convicted a man of unlawful sexual intercourse for raping a young girl whom he lured to his home through a fake Facebook profile. Justice Bernard Turner will sentence Jamal Daniels for the crime on July 6. The maximum sentence for ...
 
 
Isaacs threatens to strike PM
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Emeritus Errington ‘Minky’ Isaacs yesterday challenged Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis to say outside of Parliament what he said about him receiving a nearly $2 million per year contract from Bahamas Powe...
 
 
Nottage critically ill in hospital
Former Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage remained "gravely ill" in the intensive care unit (ICU) of Doctors Hospital last night, according to relatives. Several Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) members, who served in the Christie admi...
 
 
Public service hiring freeze
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Public Service Elise Delancy advised government department heads this week that there will be no new hires in the public service unless there is a critical need, and even then, the applications would have to be ...
 
 
Miller: No one has the right to waste public funds
Former Executive Chairman of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Leslie Miller said yesterday while he cannot say Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ comments concerning financial irregularities with the contract process at BEC, now Bahamas Pow...
 
 
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