June 9, 2016
Former National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage.
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WHILE Minister of Works Desmond Bannister said the Bahamas Government would establish some type of memorial in honour of the late Dr Bernard Nottage, Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ president Rosamunde Carey said they would honour their
THE official funeral for the late Dr Bernard Nottage will be held at St Agnes Anglican Church at 11am on Friday, July 14th, the Cabinet Office announced.
FORMER Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham expressed sadness yesterday over the death of Dr Bernard J Nottage, former member of Parliament for Bains and Grants Town.In a statement issued from Cleveland, Ohio, Mr Ingraham saluted Dr Nottage as a man who ca
CABINET has approved recommendations from the Parole and Re-entry Steering Committee concerning rehabilitation of prisoners, National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage said yesterday.
THE Public Hospitals Authority’s deficit increased between 2011 and 2014, according to financial statements tabled in the House of Assembly.
NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage on Friday solicited the engagement of local media outlets to assist in disseminating the Mandatory Action Rescuing Children Operation (MARCO) Alert, which he said is activated "effective immediately".
THE United States Embassy is “wrong” and the assertions made in their latest crime advisory regarding The Bahamas are “not true,” National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage insisted yesterday, a day after the US released a security message urging its citizens and visitors in Nassau and Paradise Island to exercise heightened personal security awareness.
MORE youths are trying marijuana and becoming addicted to the substance, according to statistics compiled by the National Anti-Drug Secretariat (NADS).
HOURS after police were called to the country’s latest homicide scene, Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage announced that overall crime is down 29 per cent compared to the first half of last year.
FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday castigated National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage over his recent response to the worrying crime problem, saying the tone of the Bain and Grants Town MP’s remarks was “deaf” and “insensitive”.
THE day after three men were slain in the capital in two separate shooting incidents, National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage had very little to say when he was questioned on the government’s approach to arrest violent crime in the country.
NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage, who has responsibility for elections, was unemotional yesterday in the face of the outrage Bahamians have expressed over the Parliamentary Registration Department’s confusing and delayed process in announcing results of Tuesday’s constitutional referendum.