After initially saying the prime minister would be “on his own” in making the controversial decision regarding Chinese workers for Baha Mar, Perry Christie and the PLP have had a change of heart.
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The El Greco Hotel, just yards away from the Fort Charlotte Police Station on West Bay Street, was robbed by gunmen in broad daylight yesterday.
The Department of Education yesterday welcomed to the country 21 Cuban specialist teachers who will teach in subject areas where there is a shortage of trained Bahamian teachers.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham met with Chinese Ambassador Hu Dingxian to discuss the much-touted Baha Mar project weeks ahead of a parliamentary vote on the project’s controversial labor issue.
A German man who is wanted back home on rape and fraud charges pleaded guilty to having 30 pounds of marijuana with the intent to supply when he appeared before a magistrate yesterday.
Twenty-two Sandals Royal Bahamian employees are the recipients of non-repayable monetary grants to assist with their children’s education for the upcoming academic year.
President Godfrey Pinder says the Walter Parker Primary School Board does not agree with the Education minister regarding principal Barbara Thompson’s transfer and “we will see where we go from there.”