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Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday defended the large size of his newly formed Cabinet, claiming the challenges confronting the nation warrant as many hands on deck as possible.
Government yesterday announced the final Cabinet appointments of 11 ministers, pushing the number of posts in Christie's Cabinet to 21 (16 ministers and five ministers of state). Three parliamentary secretaries have a...
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday that Cabinet will review suggestions made by Court of Appeal President Anita Allen urging the government to amend the law which outlines mandatory minimum sentences in certain cases.
"We will discuss it in Cabinet and give it our consideration. I can't anticipate what Cabinet will do or won't do," Gomez told The Nassau Guardian when a...
Cabinet Office announced just moments ago that Prime Minister Perry Christie has advised the Governor-General to make the following cabinet appointments:
The Hon. Dr. Bernard J. Nottage - Minister of National Security & Govt Leader in the House of Assembly
The Hon. Obediah Wilchcombe - Minister of Tourism
The Hon. Jerome Fitzgerald - Minister of Education, Science & Technology
The Hon. Ryan Pinde...
>By ARTESIA DAVIS
Guardian Senior Reporter
A judge yesterday sentenced Ellison Smith to life in prison for the murder of Free National Movement(FNM) Cabinet Minister Charles Virgill.
Smith, who denied his involvement in the murder during an interview with probation officer Lisa Bowleg, continued those denials yesterday, telling Senior Justice Jon Isaacs that he was innocent.
Nassau, The Bahamas... Ten years after stealing scenes in Sam Boodle's The Landlord, Ward Minnis and Anthony 'Skeebo' Roberts are returning to the Dundas stage this weekend with twice the laughs in The Cabinet, a play that has been called the biggest comedy to hit the stage so far for 2011.
"We just got back from Freeport with the play at the Regency," says Minnis
who in addition to playing o...
The Cabinet Office staff on Monday, May 31, presented a cheque to the Bahamas Red Cross to assist with the rebuilding of Haiti following the January earthquake. Mrs. Anita Bernard, Secretary to the Cabinet made the presentation to Mrs. Carolyn Turnquest, Director General of the Bahamas Red Cross
Ten years after stealing scenes in Sam Boodle's The Landlord, Ward Minnis and Anthony 'Skeebo' Roberts are returning to the
Dundas stage this weekend with twice the laughs in The Cabinet, a play that has been called the biggest comedy to hit the
stage so far for 2011.
"We just got back from Freeport with the play at the Regency," says Minnis, who in addition to playing one of the lead characte...
The Bahamas will be pursuing a Model I Intergovernmental Agreement under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), Guardian Business can confirm.
After a lengthy presentation last week, Cabinet approved the Ministry of Financial Services' recommendation to negotiate with the United States for The Bahamas to enter into a Model I Intergovernmental Agreement.
A proposal for the government to implement a "transparent, rules-based, economic permanent residency program" is currently before Cabinet for consideration for approval, but no alterations concerning the terms of eligibility for citizenship are at issue, the minister of financial services has disclosed.
Ryan Pinder said the intention of the program would be to provide a framework to offer greater ...