April 4, 2017
FORMER Labour and National Insurance Minister Shane Gibson.
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A DATE of December 14 has been set for the Supreme Court hearing of former Cabinet minister Shane Gibson’s application for constitutional relief on the basis that a magistrate’s lack of jurisdiction to grant bail according to the Bail Act is unconstitutional.
ATTORNEYS for former Cabinet minister Shane Gibson are seeking to add several persons to their client’s application for constitutional relief on the basis that a magistrate’s lack of jurisdiction to grant bail according to the Bail Act is unconstitut
SHANE Gibson ordered Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) to pay a collective $1.44m “lump sum” bonus to all its staff just eight days before the May 10 general election, Tribune Business can reveal.
FORMER Minister of Labour Shane Gibson voluntarily went to police at the Central Detective Unit on Wednesday morning to help them with an investigation, attorney Wayne Munroe, QC, told The Tribune.
FORMER Labour and National Insurance Minister Shane Gibson ordered that payments to contractors hired by the Ministry of Works to clean-up New Providence after Hurricane Matthew be halted last November because he was concerned that their work was not properly accounted for, emails seen by The Tribune show.
MINISTER of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson yesterday continued his defence of the government’s decision to present, delay and then pass labour law amendments in little under two weeks, insisting that the series of moves was not politically motivated or driven.