Coldwell Banker Lightbourn Realty is pleased to announce their sales award winners for 2012, including Natasha Vythoulkas, Heather Peterson, and Brian Hanna.
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Jerry Willis, 71 and Frank Saunders, 86 were aiming to take the vessel to the Bahamas from Port St. Lucie, Florida but they hit bad weather and washed up on a beach in Florida.
Canada’s anti-corruption police issued an arrest warrant for physician Dr. Arthur Porter, who faces six fraud-related charges related to the construction of a Montreal hospital.
The ownership of a private island in the Bahamas which has been at the center of a five-year legal battle is now at the mercy of the Bahamian court system.
Twenty-four hours after Jamie Smith, 33, died at the Central Detective Unit, another young man – Aaron Rolle, 21 – also died in police custody at the Southern Police Station.
Just days after confiscated $800,000 worth of cocaine from a Haitian vessel off Inagua, Drug Enforcement officers hauled in $2 million worth of cocaine from another Haitian vessel, the largest cocaine seizure of the year.
Prime Minister Christie admitted the government can not afford to purchase shares in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to become the majority owner again.
The Bahamian government says it will not increase taxes despite inheriting nearly $100 million in unpaid bills by the previous government.
With the horrendous performance of the Christie-led PLP Government and the poor performance of the current FNM leaders, there are voices calling out for the return of Hubert Ingraham as Leader of the FNM and as Prime Minister of The Bahamas.