A magistrate yesterday refused to release a lawyer from prison to allow her to make restitution to a retired client from whom she stole almost $100,000.
Monthly Archives: September 2012
Ginn Sur Mer Resort in the Bahamas is amongst other resorts suing an international banking giant over allegations of a loan-to-own scheme.
With unemployment for those between the age of 15 and 24 at nearly 30 percent, young Bahamians are caught between inexperience and a lack of jobs to obtain experience.
The mounting financial problems of The Bahamas, and the recent alarm bells from Wall Street, should be regarded “as seriously as an approaching hurricane”.
USCH Cutter ‘Confidence’ repatriates 219 Haitian migrants to Cap Haitien, Haiti.
The study, “Transnational Organized Crime in Central America and the Caribbean: A Threat Assessment,” examines various aspects of the impact of the major trafficking flows of cocaine, and firearms as well as the sex trade and migrant smuggling in the region.
The Casino Association Committee believes reform is absolutely necessary to bring the gambling product of age and capitalize on much higher streams of revenue.
Prime Minister Perry G. Christie questioned the need for government incentives as a means of encouraging investments in Bimini.
This year’s conference will be held October 1-5, 2012, at the Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, under the theme “Waste and Waste Management in the Caribbean … Real Strategies and Solutions”.