September 20, 2012
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PM 'promised' land to Nygard
PRIME Minister Perry Christie allegedly promised Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard that he would issue him a lease to build on government property, according to court documents.
PM led stem cell drive, says Nygard
THE government’s push to implement the Stem Cell Bill was not a campaign promise, but a bid by Prime Minister Perry Christie to create another multi-million dollar industry for the Bahamas, according to Peter Nygard.
Government silent over Nygard questions
THE government remains silent following calls from the opposition that several PLP MPs tender their resignations after being filmed at a private meeting with billionaire businessman Peter Nygard.
‘Stem cell plan is to pay back Nygard’
OPPOSITION leader Dr Hubert Minnis accused the government of pushing forward with the stem cell research and therapy Bill because of promises to millionaire mogul Peter Nygard who stood to gain financially from the industry once it was regulated.
Nygard challenged to show his sincerity
ENVIRONMENTAL lawyer Fred Smith challenged Peter Nygard to prove he is sincere about working together to save Clifton by stopping all marine and land construction activities at Simms Point.
Nygard to Bacon: Let's work together
THE nasty feud between two billionaire Lyford Cay neighbours, which has played out in the press for years, may be coming to a head as one extended an offer to work together for the sake of the Bahamian people.
Call for rejection of applications by Nygard
THE original crusaders for the preservation of Clifton have called on the government to reject any application by Peter Nygard for a grant or lease of Crown land in the area.
Reclamation at Nygard Cay 'is worth $25-$30m'
The environmental campaign to ‘Protect Clifton Bay’ seems likely to ignite another round in the ongoing feud between neighbouring Lyford Cay billionaires, Peter Nygard and Louis Bacon.
Nygard faces the wrath of Farrakhan
NATION of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan said he was not looking for “sport” or “play” when he accepted an invitation to an event hosted by Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard.
Nygard appeals contempt of court ruling
LYFORD Cay billionaire Peter Nygard is appealing a judge’s ruling finding him guilty of contempt of court and ordering him to pay a $50,000 fine or be jailed for 30 days for disobeying the court’s order pending the hearing of a civil matter involving himself and his billionaire neighbour, Louis Bacon.
Judge delays Nygard case
A JUDGE deferred his decision to a later date as to whether Lyford Cay billionaire Peter Nygard should be held in contempt of court for allegedly disobeying the court’s orders pending the hearing of a civil matter involving Nygard and his billionaire neighbour, Louis Bacon.
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