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Baha Mar given permission to appeal Winder's Bankruptcy ruling
Baha Mar was this morning granted leave to appeal Justice Ian Winder’s decision to reject the recognition in The Bahamas of Chapter 11 bankruptcy orders issued in the U.S. district of Delware. Attorney Patrick Ryan, who appeared in brief for Roy S...
 
 
Mitchell warns Baha Mar CEO
Immigration and Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell had one message for Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian yesterday: “If you can’t hear, you will feel.” Speaking at the Emancipation Day service in his Fox Hill constituency, Mitchell warned Izmi...
 
 
Four-year-old dies after playing with gun, police say
A four-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the midsection with an illegal firearm on Saturday afternoon at his family’s Balls Alley home and died in hospital a short time later, police said. Assistant Commissioner Stephen Dean said the boy w...
 
 
Church robbed of $40k of equipment
Just months after Universal Church of God in Carmichael spent tens of thousands of dollars outfitting its sanctuary with new audio and visual equipment, it was robbed of those resources over the weekend. The heist took place between Saturday night a...
 
 
Keith Bell: Govt to appeal ruling on police overtime
The government intends to appeal a Supreme Court ruling that it should either pay outstanding overtime to police officers for spending weeks working 12-hour shifts or give them the equivalent in days off, according to Minister of State for National S...
 
 
Americans in custody after guns and ammo find
Two American men were arrested on Saturday after police found three handguns and a large amount of ammunition on a Family Island. According to police, customs officers arrested the men on Chub Cay, located in the Berry Islands, at 5:30 p.m. Police ...
 
 
Marco City MP ‘troubled’ by second Urban Renewal audit
The decision by the deputy prime minister to “question” the auditor general’s report on the government’s Small Home Repairs Programme (SHRP) is “troubling to the extreme”, charged Marco City MP Greg Moss. Moss, who spoke to The Nassau Gu...
 
 
Scott holds reception for Bahamas Special Olympics team
LOS ANGELES, California - Honorary Consul of The Bahamas to California Cedric A. Scott welcomed The Bahamas’ Special Olympics athletes, their coaches, chaperones and area Bahamian expatriates to an afternoon reception at Annenberg House on the camp...
 
 
New liquidators sought after reported conflict
The government has determined that it would be “inappropriate” to proceed with provisional liquidators from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) after PwC notified the government it had a potential conflict of interest given its previous involvement with...
 
 
Govt and Baha Mar resume verbal sparring after court hearing
Baha Mar yesterday blasted the government over its attempt to have partners from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) appointed as provisional liquidators to wind up Baha Mar, only to make what it called a “preposterous reversal” in the Supreme Court yes...
 
 
C.H. Reeves teacher robbed, assaulted on campus
A teacher at C.H. Reeves Junior High School was attacked and robbed by two armed men while on campus yesterday morning, police and family of the victim confirmed yesterday Bernice Ferguson, sister of the victim identified as Lettia Strachan, told Th...
 
 
Another young man murdered in the capital
A 28-year-old man was shot and killed yesterday around 2:20 p.m. through Charles Vincent Street, police reported. Head of the Central Detective Unit (CDU) Chief Superintendent Paul Rolle said they believe the man was walking toward his home when a b...
 
 
FNM chairman doesn’t accept carnival ‘success’ claims
Free National Movement Chairman Michael Pintard said that the results of the Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival report were what he expected but he was “quite disappointed” by the explanation given by the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) for th...
 
 
Two deny unlawful sex with children
A man denied sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy at his arraignment in the Supreme Court yesterday. David McKenzie entered the plea at his arraignment before Justice Carolita Bethell. Prosecutors allege that McKenzie had sex with the boy in April...
 
 
Crown enters nolle in murder trial
The Crown has abandoned its plan to try two men for murder and abetment to commit murder for a second time. The first trial of Rico Hanna, also known as “Show”, and Melbourne Bain, otherwise known as “Blood”, ended in a mistrial in June. Th...
 
 
Girl shot in head fights for life
A mother whose four-year-old daughter and seven-year-old son were injured in a mass shooting of five people on Key West Street on Wednesday night, yesterday recalled attempting to shield them from the barrage of bullets. Four-year-old Mickia Major w...
 
 
Davis defends Christie in face of Baha Mar CEO criticism
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday rejected Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian’s conclusion that Prime Minister Perry Christie is not doing what is best for the Bahamian people. “I think he’s wrong,” Davis said referring to Izmirl...
 
 
Mitchell suggests Izmirlian is ‘existential threat to good governance’ at UN
Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell yesterday suggested to the United Nations (UN) Security Council that Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian has sought to destabilize the governance of the country and has improperly interfered in its politics. His addr...
 
 
Vasyli bail affirmed by Court of Appeal
Murder suspect Donna Vasyli spent her final night at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services on Thursday as the Court of Appeal affirmed a judge’s decision to grant her bail. Vasyli, 54, was returned to the prison after Court President Jus...
 
 
Pintard: Temperature needs to be lowered regarding Baha Mar
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard said yesterday that all parties involved in the Baha Mar saga need to lower the temperature of exchanges and try to find a suitable consensus on the issue. Pintard’s comments came a day after B...
 
 
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