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Two months after Minister of Public Service and National Insurance Brensil Rolle revealed that as much as $17 million in contributions are owed to NIB from delinquent employees, the board announced the establishment of a task force aimed at recouping those funds. In a statement yesterday, the National Insurance Board (NIB) said

Woman denies she abducted children

A woman denied kidnapping four young boys at her arraignment yesterday. Natural hairstylist De’Edra Gibson, 29, was arraigned on four counts of child stealing before Justice Carolita Bethel. Prosecutors

Man charged with unlawful sex with minor

A 21-year-old charged with unlawful sex with a minor denied the accusation at his arraignment in the Supreme Court yesterday. Jeffrey Brennen Jr. faced two counts

Marine denies Government House murder

The marine accused of murdering a superior officer and of the attempted murders of two other marines at Government House yesterday denied the charges. Jevon Seymour,

‘We’re not thrilled’

Atlantis’ Senior Vice President of Public Affairs Ed Fields said yesterday that even though the resort has been able to schedule some of its outages

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Blood bank ‘critically low’

The blood bank at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) is running “critically low” on its supply of blood, Minister of Health

Davis: PM’s response ‘uninspiring’

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday called Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ response to the issues plaguing Bahamas

‘He had big dreams’

Just four days ago, Tara Richardson was helping her son, Keion Butler, 23, plan a grand party for her grandson’s sixth

BPL engine could be down for weeks

It is unclear when a 20-megawatt generator at the Blue Hills Power Plant that was supposed to be returned online Wednesday

Power crisis creates growing misery

As he sat shirtless and sweating on his front porch yesterday, Clermilis Jean, of Ferguson Street, said that despite paying

PHA fires back at BPSU

The Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) yesterday denied claims by Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) President Kimsley Ferguson that negotiations between