Opposition Leader Perry Christie has dropped his appeal against a decision handed down by former Chief Justice Burton Hall, two years ago, in relation to a dispute that erupted over Senate seats after the 2007 general election.
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Sol Kerzner, Chairman and CEO of Kerzner International has concerns about the extent to which Baha Mar is getting a more favourabe deal from The Bahamas than Kerzner got.
As a result of negotiations between Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham and the Chinese, Bahamian contracts in connection with the Baha Mar project will increase from $200 million to $400 million.
Bahamas Supermarkets Ltd, operators of the City Market food stores are in the final stages of selling 78 percent of its shares to the 100 percent Bahamian-owned Trans Island Traders Ltd. group.
The $2.6 billion Cable Beach Baha Mar project is hanging in the balance as the government waits to see if the Chinese will agree to Bahamian subcontractors getting up to $500 million of the work, as opposed to current deal of $200 million.
Thirty-one workers at the Bimini Bay Resort were laid off earlier this week as the company continued to struggle with low occupancy levels.
The Pilot House was firebombed twice on Sunday following the murder of a convicted drug dealer’s son at a strip club an its premises, police have confirmed.
A senior fellow at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has been selected to be the new president of The College of The Bahamas (COB), The Nassau Guardian has been informed.
The first all sports radio show in The Bahamas was officially opened this past Saturday at its base in Nassau at the Dewgard Plaza in Palmdale.