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Union leaders declare war
Union leaders declared “war on the government” yesterday, a week after it was revealed that Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson stopped a private prosecution against the top management of Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort the same day the propert...
 
 
PMH to get $14.9 mil. upgrade
The government yesterday signed a $14.9 million contract for the renovations of the maternity and male surgical wards at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH). The planned work has been the source of a back and forth between Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert ...
 
 
BPL rental generators not online
The additional 40 megawatts of rented power generation at the Blue Hills Power Station is available, but is not servicing customers because of ongoing civil work at the site, according to Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Corporate Communications Manager...
 
 
House committee won’t probe STB matter until appeal is heard
The House of Assembly’s Committee on Privilege will not probe a recent Supreme Court ruling involving Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald and environmental group Save The Bays (STB) until the appellate process has been completed, House Speaker Dr. Kendal...
 
 
FNM chairman demands full carnival accounting
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday slammed the government and Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) Chairman Paul Major over assertions that carnival was never meant to be profitable. During a press conference at the...
 
 
McCartney: External audit needed on carnival
Leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Branville McCartney yesterday called for an investigation on the spending of this year’s Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival. The Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) revealed on Tuesday that the event...
 
 
Head of carnival band owners assoc. defends overspend
Amid criticism regarding overspending for the 2016 Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, President of the Bahamas Carnival Band Owners Association Dario Tirelli yesterday defended the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) and advocated for the privatizati...
 
 
Major: Festival commission has no secrets
Following a call to investigate the management of funds by the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC), BNFC Chairman Paul Major said there are “no secrets”. Although operation costs decreased by 35 percent, this year’s Bahamas Junkanoo Ca...
 
 
BNFC defends carnival spend
Chairman of the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) Paul Major yesterday defended the Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival after disclosing that it overshot its budget again this year and failed to make a profit. Major said since before the event happe...
 
 
Some former Baha Mar employees feel ‘tricked’ by payout amount
Chairman of the claims committee responsible for Baha Mar payouts James Smith yesterday suggested that Baha Mar workers complaining about not receiving enough money in their settlement packages may be acting ungrateful. There were mixed emotions at ...
 
 
Butler-Turner still skeptical about Baha Mar deal
Long Island member of Parliament Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday questioned the silence of the Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM) over the sale and remobilization of the stalled Baha Mar project. “I don’t see anybody coming into town to herald t...
 
 
Committee on Privilege to probe Stellar Waste to Energy CEO claims
The House of Assembly’s Committee on Privilege will begin its first public hearing tomorrow to probe claims made by Stellar Waste to Energy CEO Dr. Fabrizio Zanaboni that he provided “small donations” to members of Parliament, The Nassau Guardi...
 
 
Children without status still being denied entry to school, Haitian parents claim
When 12-year-old Nerles Nicholas graduated with honors from Sybil Strachan Primary School in June, he was anxious to begin his high school career. But weeks later, his dreams were dashed as his lack of documentation to prove his legal status would e...
 
 
Minnis fires back at PM over PMH renovations
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday condemned Prime Minister Perry Christie’s assertion that Minnis and other healthcare professionals at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), during Minnis’ tenure as minister of health, are responsible for...
 
 
Family Islands residents still trying to pick up the pieces after Hurricane Joaquin
Almost a year after the devastation of Hurricane Joaquin, many residents of the southern Family Islands are still trying to pick up the pieces of their lives the storm left behind. Crooked Island resident Edith Bain, 62, is just one of many who stil...
 
 
Doctors union voices concerns over PMH renovations
Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) President Dr. Charles Arthur Clarke confirmed consultants at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) have asked the government to delay renovations at the hospital’s maternity ward as its “awful timing” could negatively imp...
 
 
Exuma students equipped, ready for new academic year
It is the time again for teachers and students to return to the classroom. The time to enter the doors of knowledge, understanding and academic success. The students of Ebenezer Union Baptist Church are grateful to God for a safe summer and are ready...
 
 
Bahamas working to increase African-American visitors
The Ministry of Tourism (MOT) has locked in two major events that are expected to attract thousands of African-American visitors to The Bahamas in 2017. According to MOT’s Director of the African-American market Linville Johnson, plans are underwa...
 
 
Baha Mar restarts construction
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday announced construction on the stalled Baha Mar project has restarted, while also indicating a March 2017 date for the opening of the casino, the casino hotel, the convention center and the golf course in phases...
 
 
Reports: Chipman out in St. Anne’s
Multiple high-level sources within the Official Opposition have confirmed to The Nassau Guardian that St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman is unlikely to be given the nod to run on the party’s ticket for St. Anne’s in the next general election, citing ...
 
 
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