Are the Gaming Board & government aware of reports about the new gaming partner for Paradise Island?
Minister Nottage said “he thinks” the Gaming Poll cost about $5 million. The PM had said it would cost approximately $1 million. Here are the two big issues in this…
Hoteliers and tourism officials in Bermuda have been watching island neighbours in the Caribbean, where major hotel developments are taking place.
Perry Christie supports online gambling in the country, remarking that it could return over $20 million a year in tax revenues but strong lobby groups in The Bahamas have rejected the concept.
Citizens For Justice is calling on law abiding citizens throughout the Bahamas to sound the alarm and make their voices heard in demanding the closure of the illegal numbers racket.
Prime Minister Perry Christie said his government has made no decision on whether to amend the Lotteries and Gaming Act to allow Bahamians to gamble in casinos.
Citizens For Justice is demanding answers concerning the blatant rejection of the will of the Bahamian people and failure by the government of the Bahamas and the police to enforce the gambling laws of the Bahamas.
More than five months after a gambling referendum failed, the substantive case on the matter is still waiting to be heard in the Supreme Court.
A management team involved in the opening of the largest casino in the world has signed on to lead Baha Mar’s much-anticipated gaming product.