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YOUNG MAN'S VIEW: Reforming the Constitution 2 comments
DEPUTY Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis yesterday said concerns raised in The Miami Herald about a $10m estate of his former client, German expatriate Franz Kohlrautz who resided in the Bahamas, were “utter nonsense” and stressed that he acted “properly and ethically” as executor of the estate.
A FORMER Cuban detainee at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre has told a Florida talk show host that he suffers from psychological problems and chronic spinal pain more than a year after he was allegedly beaten by Royal Bahamas Defence Force marines.
ORGANISER of the government’s Constitutional reform education campaign, retired Justice Ruby Nottage, said yesterday that she was “taken aback” by the announcement that parliamentary debate of the highly anticipated equality Bills would be delayed.
THREE people of Haitian descent - two men and one woman - were charged in the Magistrate’s Court in Abaco yesterday with insulting the Bahamian flag.
PARLIAMENTARY Secretary Renward Wells yesterday said he will not resign from his post in the Ministry of Works.
BAHAMAS Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller yesterday said Monday’s blackout is not evidence that the company is unable to meet the demand for electricity in New Providence.
THE number of confirmed cases of the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus in the Bahamas has risen to 17, Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen said yesterday.
GLASGOW, Scotland — Michael Mathieu won his heat and Teray Smith got second as they both advanced out of the preliminaries of the men’s 200 metres at the 20th Commonwealth Games on Wednesday.
LABOUR Minister Shane Gibson yesterday dismissed concerns by the security forces that they were “excluded” from the latest industrial agreement between the government and the Bahamas Public Service Union.
ENVIRONMENT Minister Kenred Dorsett says the government is investigating whether a shanty town off of the Sir Milo Butler Highway in New Providence is built on privately-owned land or land belonging to the government.