Archive | November, 2017

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Son Remanded For Father’s Death

A 21-year-old son, Lee Sweeting, was remanded to The Bahamas Department of Corrections until January 2018, for the alleged stabbing death of his 76-year-old father, Leon Sweeting yesterday. Appearing before Chief Magistrate Joyanne Ferguson-Pratt, Sweeting, of Russell Drive, Bamboo Town, with a noticeable injured finger and a bandaged right hand, was arraigned for causing the […]

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Is The Bahamas Still On A List Of Rogue Nations?

The Clifton Review   The Clifton Review is a bi-weekly column that examines the question of the Clifton project along with the evolution of the war between two billionaires, the links to unsavory characters, the use of the courts for personal agendas and the attacks on the Government of The Bahamas   By P.J. Malone […]

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Chamber Calls For Balance In New Bill

While welcoming the Commercial Enterprise Bill, as attracting Foreign Direct Investment to develop certain sectors of the economy is essential to growth and development, The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation (BCCEC) says there needs to be balance in the investment with local businesses. “Attracting foreign investment and the development of certain sectors in […]

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Police Officers Seek Overtime Payout

Police Officers are set to receive their third overtime compensation in early 2018, according to Executive Chairman, Sonny Miller.   Speaking with the media at the launch of its quarterly news digest, Mr. Miller said that they have already been given the month they will receive their due compensation.   “We’ve been given a date, […]

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$10,000 DONATION FOR ROOTS GROUP

The Roots Junkanoo group has received a much needed donation.   The reigning New Years day champions received $10,000 from Bahamas Striping Group of Companies towards the upcoming holiday parades.   Managing director of Bahamas Striping Dr. Allen Albury said the investment was an investment in community.   “I think what was important for us […]

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PLP WARNS FOREIGN INVESTORS–Promises to repeal New Commercial Bill

The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has out rightly rejected the Commercial Enterprises Bill calling it “fundamentally flawed, fundamentally wrong and fundamentally ill- conceived”. In a press statement, Leader of the Opposition, Philip Davis said that the bill when the party returns to office it will be repealed. “The PLP is fundamentally opposed to the Commercial […]

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Bowe Calls For Defined Policies

With the Commercial Enterprise Bill being passed in the House of Assembly last week, President of the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants, Gowon Bowe, said that he remains optimistic about the growth of the economy and that The Bahamas has not suffered from lack of interest when it comes to investment. “You can measure optimism […]

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76 YEAR OLD IS HOMICIDE VICTIM

Police have in custody a male who is assisting in the investigation of the homicide of a 76-year old man who was found stabbed to death in his home on Friday.   This male suspect is a relative of the deceased.   A retired man, Leon Sweeting was found by two of his sons Friday […]

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Big Investment For Small Businesses

Three entrepreneurs got some much need financing for their budding businesses.   Investment group Bahamas – a subsidiary of Bahamas Striping Group of Companies– gave an investment to Quincy Rolle of United Data Technology, Kadar Whyms of KW Paving and Darrius Johnson of Global Energy Solutions.   Rolle plans to create what he calls a […]

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Police Staff Association Launches Newsletter–Philip Don Wilson Digest

Executive members of the Police Staff Association (PSA) launched several initiatives inclusive of the introduction of its quarterly journal, the Philip Don Wilson digest-named after its first executive chairman, Retired Superintendent of Police Philip Wilson.   Rolling out the digest last Friday with its official name, Executive Chairman Sonny Miller said that the digest was […]

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