Canadian police believe Old Fort Bay resident Pamela Porter conspired with her husband to launder millions of dollars.
Monthly Archives: May 2013
Members of the opposition said the 2013/2014 budget is nothing more than a vacuum, and accused Prime Minister Perry Christie of painting a rosy picture of an economy that is still recovering from a crippling recession.
The government brought a resolution to the House of Assembly to borrow $465 million to finance the projected revenue shortfall in the 2013/2014 fiscal year.
Federal agents arrested a crew member of the Bahamas Celebration cruise ship after he tried to smuggle two bricks of cocaine into the Port of Palm Beach, according to a criminal complaint.
Corporate liquidations take longer in The Bahamas than any other jurisdiction and it “reflects badly on the Bahamas”, a senior attorney warned.
Local and international environmental organizations have joined forces to express their complete and utter objection to the proposed marine mammal facility at Blackbeards Cay.
A week after sections of New Providence were severely affected by flooding, meteorologists predicted yesterday that up to 15 inches of rain could be dumped on the island over the next few days, leaving residents in flood prone areas with a similar dilemma.
There were 4,763 crimes reported during this period last year compared to 4,238 reported this year.
Statistics reveal our nation’s visitor margins have been eroded.