Scotiabank (Bahamas) Limited executives are reporting an increase in business from its affluent clients looking to purchase high-end real estate.
While there seems to be a “leading edge” in that area, the bank’s managing director, Kevin Teslyk, admitted to Guardian Business that they are seeing improved
Consumers to benefit from tax break
Man convicted of sex act on girl, 9
A policeman told a jury yesterday that he took blood smears collected from the residence of an accused murderer.
Sergeant 2193 Marvin Cargill was testifying in the murder trial of Kofhe Goodman, who is accused of the murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer.
Goodman, 40, has denied the
Bahamas to benefit from Baha Mar’s marketing push
Police said they arrested two men off John F. Kennedy Drive yesterday and recovered Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller’s backhoe, which was stolen from Gladstone Road last week.
Police said they recovered a second backhoe that was chopped up into several parts.
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Residents of New Providence should expect rain and bad weather until Saturday as a system moves east, according to meteorologists.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) sent out an advisory Thursday night warning residents to expect windy, overcast conditions, thunder and heavy rain.
“We can expect some
Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis has announced the creation of nearly 400 jobs in Bimini beginning within the next five weeks and hundreds of other potential jobs in Cat Island in the next several months.
Halkitis, who spoke to reporters on Wednesday, said the
Some residents impacted by recent flooding said yesterday they did not expect to benefit from duty exemptions because they cannot afford to replace anything.
Some low-lying communities throughout New Providence were hard hit by torrential rains, which caused severe flooding on May 22.
On Wednesday, the government
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade recently suggested that some suspects who claim that police beat them while in custody are “coached” to do so as a part of their defense.
“When we turn up at a crime scene, a person has no face,” Greenslade said.