“…what I would like to know is why this government would find it necessary to be so bold-facedly deceitful and deceptive,” Dr Minnis said. “What are their real intentions for this money?”
A prominent businessman stated that public sector trade unions are “fleecing and bankrupting the country” through unsustainable and non-contributory pension schemes.
Scotiabank employees are on trial on allegations of stealing by reason of employment, concerning the theft of $1.3 million from the Andros branch between April and June 2008.
Police arrested a man after they found a large amount of cash which they believed to be proceeds of crime. So why aren’t the web shop owners being arrested?
An attorney’s two week extension to repay nearly $100,000 she stole from a former client is up and a two-year prison term could follow if she has failed to make full restitution.
If frontline waiters and waitresses are guaranteed a 15 percent tip on every bill, what is their incentive to provide exemplary service? The policy reinforces poor service.
Former state minister of finance James Smith is calling for rigorous internal audits to rein public corporations back in line.
The recent disclosure of bonus allocations to NIB executives highlights an important distinction between the public and private sectors – that of incentivized pay.
As the upcoming gambling referendum will not bring about a constitutional change the public should not have to pay for an “opinion poll” said FNM leader Hubert Minnis.