After receiving drip-drops of information, Bahamians expect to get a full reporting on the government’s seriously risky purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort in Freeport when the House of Assembly meets today, but no one should be surprised if they still have questions after Prime
Our current prime minister is starting to remind us more and more of former Prime Minister Perry Christie in terms of the many weightless and meaningless pronouncements he makes.
There is a lot of talk from Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, but much of it is
Opposition leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday wrote to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis requesting more than a dozen supporting documents relating to the government’s purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort, which he said were needed in order for the opposition to debate a resolution in
Police are investigating a series of robberies that occurred on Monday.
The incidents occurred the same day authorities sought to quash concerns that a spate of similar crimes in recent weeks is an indication of an uptick in armed robberies.
According to police, shortly before 11 a.m.,
Former Cabinet Minister Shane Gibson’s lawyers appeared before a judge yesterday in their bid to stop his trial due to alleged improper conduct by police.
Gibson, the former labor and national insurance minister who is accused of receiving $610,000 in kickbacks from a contractor, appeared before
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday confirmed the party will host a convention “before the end of this year” in alignment with the party’s constitution.
Davis said the details are expected to be discussed at the party’s leadership council this week, but PLP
As information over the government’s purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort in Grand Bahama comes to light and previously unknown costs continue to accumulate, former Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis asserted yesterday that it seems as if the government got “the short end of the
Amid revelations that the government will pay Hutchison Lucaya Limited and Bahama Reef Limited over $1 million to cover the operational losses of the Grand Lucayan hotel as part of the government’s purchase of the resort, Commonwealth Union of Hotel Services and Allied Workers (CUHSAW) President
Responding to Attorney General Carl Bethel’s confirmation earlier this week of the government’s intention to call a referendum addressing term limits for prime minister, Leader of the Opposition Phillip Brave Davis said yesterday the implementation of term limits “may very well be depriving the citizens
The government’s local and international recruitment process for a new commissioner of corrections won’t see someone hired for “a few months”, said Minister of National Security Marvin Dames yesterday.
“It’s going extremely well,” Dames told reporters outside Cabinet.
“We have the advertisement. The advertisement should be out now