At 13, Christopher Rolle was living on the streets of Kemp Road. His grandmother, the only person in his estimation who really took care of him was dead and his twin sister had run away a year before to escape an abusive home.
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In the seven months since their inaugural fundraising gala, the Paradise Children’s Foundation has distributed more than $236,000 in grants to various children’s organisations.
Former workers want to see Mark Finlayson jailed over the failure ailed to obey previous Supreme Court Orders to hand over funds to the defunct supermarket chain’s employee pension fund.
Cuban exile group leader Ramon Sanchez has offered to assist Bahamian officials in conducting a fair and transparent trial of the RBDF officers accused of abusing Cuban detainees at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre.
We hope that Mr Mitchell will now have the good sense to step aside and leave the matter to Dr Nottage, who we trust will not stumble.
Serious concerns arise over skill-gaps, and the lack of qualified workers, able to take advantage of employment opportunities at Baha Mar and Grand Bahama’s Reef Village.
Disgruntled homeowners have rejected a Bahamian attorney’s offer to settle the long-running Oceania Heights dispute, their president describing it as “absolutely nuts” on the grounds that it seeks to dump $2.76 million in liabilities on them.
Government plans to reduce mandatory Value-Added Tax (VAT) registrants by 1,000 firms and focus all their attention on the 2,700 largest firms that account for 98 per cent of Bahamian GDP.
Bahamians have become very creative at financial fraud, something many think is a victimless crime. Last year there were 450 fraud complaints involving $4.5 million worth of assets.