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Miller backs Wells
Tall Pines Member of Parliament Leslie Miller said yesterday he believes Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works and Urban Development Renward Wells was “coerced” into signing a letter of intent (LOI) for a $600 million waste-to-energy p...
 
 
Miller concerned about constitutional amendment bill
Tall Pines Member of Parliament Leslie Miller yesterday expressed concern about the proposed amendments to the constitution that will enable Bahamian women who marry foreign men to pass on their citizenship. “If my sister marries a foreigner, I ex...
 
 
$2 mil. drug bust on high seas
Three Bahamian men were arrested early yesterday off the coast of New Providence in connection with a $2 million drug bust, Superintendent Samuel Butler reported. The suspects, ages 42, 39 and 38, were traveling on a 30-foot vessel around 2 a.m. whe...
 
 
Dr. Munroe suggests Martelly’s comments irresponsible
Bahamas Faith Ministries International President Dr. Myles Munroe yesterday suggested that Haitian President Michel Martelly’s call for Bahamians to invest in Haiti was inappropriate and pointed to a lack of leadership. Munroe, who was a guest on...
 
 
Davis hits back at Cuban widow’s claims
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday dismissed the “gross distortions and asperations” he said are contained in a recently published Miami Herald story. The Herald’s story suggests wrongdoing on Davis’ part in relation to the h...
 
 
Dairy Queen announces Miracle Treat Day
The Dairy Queen restaurant franchise in The Bahamas has announced that it will have its first Miracle Treat Day (MTD) in The Bahamas. “Miracle Treat Day (MTD) will be an annual event,” said Dairy Queen franchisee Derek Osbourne. “And it is so...
 
 
Commonwealth Bank announces ‘Switch & Win!’ winner
Commonwealth Bank (CB) has proudly announced Erica Oliver of North Andros as the grand prize winner of its first “Switch & Win!” promotion. Oliver, an immigration officer in North Andros, was among the hundreds of applicants who took advanta...
 
 
Kalik teams up with regattas
The 58th Annual Cat Island Regatta promises to live up to its title as “The Greatest Show on Earth”. Regatta Committee President Pat Strachan regards this as the most important of all Cat Island’s regattas. Islanders are working toward extensi...
 
 
Hundreds on land illegally
Hundreds of residents in Sir Lynden Pindling Estates are living on property that does not belong to them, Arawak Homes President Franon Wilson said yesterday. Wilson’s statement followed a July 29 Privy Council ruling that upheld a Court of Appeal...
 
 
Haitians plead guilty to insulting Bahamian flag
Police on Abaco arrested three people of Haitian descent for insulting and damaging the Bahamian national flag. The men, 57 and 20, and a woman, 44, were charged and convicted in the magistrates’ court in Abaco. According to Superintendent Noel C...
 
 
Miller urges everyone to pay BEC bills
Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday the corporation’s accounts receivable is $185 million. Miller told The Guardian several weeks ago that money owed to BEC was in excess of $130 million, with abou...
 
 
Explosive caps discovered on Mayaguana runway
Explosive caps were planted on the Mayaguana airport runway and discovered by officials on Sunday before any major damage could be done, MICAL Member of Parliament V. Alfred Gray revealed yesterday. The matter has now been turned over to the Royal ...
 
 
Court orders new trial in counterfeit drug case
The Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial for a pharmacist accused of selling fake drugs after overturning a magistrate’s decision to discharge her at the close of the prosecution’s case. Prosecutors alleged that Missouri Bain Thompson, Americ...
 
 
Officer testifies in pilots’ drug case
Two pilots accused of drug trafficking were alerted that police were waiting for them in Treasure Cay, Abaco, a magistrate heard yesterday. Darryl Bartlett Jr., the son of the assistant director of legal affairs in the Office of the Attorney General...
 
 
Debate delayed on referendum bills
Debate on the Bahamas Constitutional Amendment Bills was delayed in the House of Assembly yesterday after Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis indicated that the opposition needed more time to properly educate itself and its supporters on the matter. ...
 
 
Introducing The Current, the art team at Baha Mar
With the vision to exclusively use Bahamian visual art across Baha Mar’s $3.5 billion campus, the curatorial art team at Baha Mar has created a brand of its own, The Current, which will define and present dynamic art programming at the luxury resor...
 
 
Ministry of Tourism to create more Junkanoo events
Full-scale Junkanoo costumes, choreographed dancing and music sections fascinated thousands of spectators who flocked to downtown Nassau for the Junkanoo Summer Festival, held during the weekends in July. The various groups participating in the coun...
 
 
Martelly says invest in Hait
Haitian President Michel Martelly yesterday suggested that a portion of the substantial sums of money the Bahamas government spends on fighting illegal immigration should be invested in Haiti to address the problem from that end. “The other day, I...
 
 
Chipman: FNM govt would tackle citizenship issue
Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs Hubert Chipman said yesterday when the Free National Movement (FNM) is returned to power, it would address the citizenship issue relating to people who are born in The Bahamas to Haitian parents and other foreign n...
 
 
Bahamas, Haiti sign trade, migrant agreements
The Bahamas government yesterday signed three agreements with the Haitian government intended to further trade development between both countries and lead to a decrease in illegal migration. Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday was an histor...
 
 
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