Bank of The Bahamas (BOB) is seeking a stay of a court order that awarded $6 million in damages to firms partially owned by the family trust of former State Minister of Legal Affairs Damian Gomez.
Attorneys for the bank and Gomez will appear in a Grand
In a last chance effort to persuade Disney Cruise Line (DCL) executives to rethink their controversial plan to develop a cruise port at Lighthouse Point, South Eleuthera, several environmentalists yesterday announced the launch of a new digital campaign against the project.
The campaign features a website called
A bid by the wife of an Australian multi-millionaire to quash a retrial order for his murder could be heard soon, as the country’s highest court granted her permission to appeal last month.
Donna Vasyli’s murder conviction and 20-year sentence for the 2015 stabbing murder of her
The opposition is considering seeking a judicial review of the resolution to lease the Town Centre Mall for the relocation of the General Post Office, Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday.
He said the opposition is meeting with lawyers to determine the way
A man was yesterday jailed for a year for the indecent assault of a seven-year-old girl.
Nicholas Morley, 30, changed his plea to guilty before the prosecution called its final witness against him at his trial before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.
Morley’s victim told the court that Morley
Bahamas Public Services Union President Kimsley Ferguson said yesterday that the union is unconcerned with the politics of the relocation of the General Post Office to the Town Centre Mall.
He said the union’s only concern was moving workers into a safe working environment, and that that has
An American man was hospitalized as a result of a boating accident near Exuma, police said yesterday.
According to reports, a tour boat was sailing in Elizabeth Harbour, George Town shortly after 5 p.m. on Sunday, when the captain felt something hit the rear of the boat.
Education and training have been the linchpin of successive government programs to prepare Bahamian youth to meet the needs of the Bahamian economy. Not surprisingly, education consumes a large per centum of the government’s annual budget.
However, the government’s decision to pay $2,000 per annum per
The past year and a half has certainly been active with aircraft accidents impacting the sovereign waters of The Bahamas.
The most recent of such accidents in Bahamian waters involved an AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter which impacted waters off Abaco island on July 4. Tragically, there
The current state of electricity service to New Providence has reached a crisis level and must be made a national priority.
Electricity to households and businesses has become unreliable and is interrupted for far too often and far too long. Traffic lights are off regularly,