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By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
PROTESTERS against the sale of BTC to Cable & Wireless Communications plan to march on Parliament 10,000 strong when the House of Assembly reconvenes to debate the controversial deal.
Despite the approval from industry regulator the Utilities Regulation & Competition Authority's (URCA) over the sale, union leaders and other privatisation detractors say they will not give up their cause until the deal is done.
The final step in the acquisition process is a debate and vote in Parliament scheduled for March 21.
"We will continue to fight and protest on all fronts until a receipt is generated by the Treasury to sa ...
The Transforming Spaces Committee is pleased to announce plans for its seventh Art Tour. The popular event will take place on Saturday and Sunday, April 2 and 3 and will be visiting 6 Art Spaces: D’Aguilar Art Foundation, Doongalik Studios Art Gallery, New Providence Art & Antiques, Popop Studios, PRO Gallery at COB, and The Hub, which will be showcasing new and exciting art work from more than 40 artists. Tickets will be on sale in March at the following locations:
National Art Gallery Tues -Sat Tel: 328-5800; Doongalik Studios Village Road Mon-Fri Tel: 394-1886; New Providence Art & Antiques – Mon-Sat Tel:328-7916
With a more compact bus route and fewer spaces this year, ...
Opposition MPs yesterday dismissed the government's explanation for the early suspension of the House of Assembly, saying government members were afraid to face the crowd gathered in Rawson Square to protest the imminent sale of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).
But according to Leader of Government Business in the House of Assembly Tommy Turnquest, proceedings suspended yesterday because an additional amendment had to be made to the bill that was scheduled for debate.
"The government fully intended to proceed today with the debate and passage of amendments to the Business Licence Act," Turnquest said in a statement. "The government discovered late Tuesday evening t ...
Stores in New Providence are out of booster seats, the clerk of a baby supply store told The Nassau Guardian yesterday, adding that people with toddlers are seeking to comply with seatbelt regulations and avoid being pulled over and ticketed by police for not having the child protection device.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, the clerk said her department store sold out of booster seats, which are used for toddlers up to age five, faster than baby car seats. However, she added the store is awaiting a new shipment.
"People are calling to see if we have any (booster seats) available," she said. "And we barely have any more car seats."
Senior buyer at Kelly's Home Cen ...
This Friday, Nov. 26th from 8AM to Midnight at Dolly Madison Home Center, the boss is giving huge storewide
Midnight Madness sale! Come on Down and get huge storewide
savings in Ace Hardware, Rooms To Go, Radio Shack, Whirlpool, Ace Paint, Lawn
& Garden, GE appliances, Christmas decorations and gifts galore. The warehouses are overflowing with new
inventory and the prices will make you feel like you're in Miami! Mark
November 26th on
your calendar to head to Dolly Madison for their annual Midnight Madness Sale from 8 in the morning till midnight!
Net profit for AML Foods Limited declined 68 percent year-on-year in the nine months ended October 31, 2010, with the company recording $904,000 in net profit.
The figures were released in the company’s third quarter financial report, which also revealed a 4.6 percent drop in sales compared to the nine months ended October 31, 2009. Chairman of AML Foods Dionisio D’Aguilar said despite the economic challenges the BISX-listed firm has faced, it’s still in position to perform at a high level going forward.
“Even though the challenges we anticipated in 2010 were realized, I feel that our company has reacted well to them and is well-positioned to take advantage of ...
- Genre : Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
- Rating : C - 18yrs and Older
Set in the near future when artificial organs can be bought on credit, it revolves around a man who struggles to make the payments on a heart he has purchased. He must therefore go on the run before said ticker is repossessed....
A leading realtor believes that the local real estate industry will receive a boost as a result of the recently approved Baha Mar project, saying the boost that occurred during the development of Atlantis could happen during the construction of the $2.6 billion resort.
"With Kerzner, a lot of opportunities were created for Bahamians,"?said Founder of Paradise Sales and Rentals Andrea Brownrigg . "When Kerzner was building, the management people for construction all needed a place to live so the rental market really boomed on Paradise Island, and that's what spurred a lot of new developments.
"With Baha Mar people that are already in the Cable Beach area are already wel ...
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island -
FOR SALE: The Oasis Beauty Salon in the Britannia Town Plaza, Polaris Dr.
The Salon is 800 Sq Ft includes : Four Private Rooms, Coffee and Snack Room, Six Dryers & Six Dryer Chairs, Three Styling Chairs, Three Styling Stations,Two Pedicure Stations, Nail Table...
The Bahamas Petroleum Retailers Association (BPRA) is in a bad situation. The retailers are seeking government authorization for a significant increase in the profit margins allowed regarding the sale of gasoline and diesel.
The increases proposed by the retailers would amount to an additional $0.28 per gallon for diesel and an additional $0.30 per gallon for gasoline, according to the retailers. Consumers would face higher bills for fuel if the government agreed to the increases. The government regulates the margins.
BPRA representative Oswald Moore told The Nassau Guardian Friday that the industry cannot survive under the current margins, as retailers spend $1,000 to buy diesel and earn ...
- Genre : Comedy
- Rating : T - 15yrs and Older
Tim (Rudd) is a rising executive who "succeeds" in finding the perfect guest, IRS employee Barry (Carell), for his boss's monthly event, a so-called "dinner for idiots," which offers certain advantages to the exec who shows up with the biggest buffoo...
The government has released a lengthy statement arguing that its deal to sell 51 percent of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) is better for the country than the deal proposed by the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) administration in 2007 for the sale of 49 percent of BTC to Bluewater Ventures Limited.
"CWC has the economies of scale and the purchasing power to give strong support to BTC in an aggressive competitive environment," said the Cabinet Office yesterday in a statement.
"There is no doubt that CWC is a market leader, and we are fully convinced, and have seen the evidence, of the enormous transformation that the company has ...
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) deputy leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday called on Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham to allow a free vote in Parliament on the deal to sell 51 percent of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC).
Davis told The Nassau Guardian in an interview that the whip will be lifted for PLP members during the debate in Parliament, allowing PLPs to vote freely on the deal.
However, he added that PLPs will all still vote in opposition to the BTC sale to CWC.
“The position of the PLP parliamentary caucus is unanimous,” Davis said.
Ingraham said yesterday that if members of the Free National Movement (FNM) vote against ...
A former president of the Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA) has levied a number of criticisms against the association in a press statement and subsequent interview with Guardian Business yesterday.
Pat Strachan, a two-term former BREA president, is calling for an amendment to the Real Estate Brokers and Salesman Act (1995), saying that the government erred in incorporating BREA into the Real Estate Board, according to the press release.
“In all jurisdictions where the real estate profession is legislated, the Real Estate Board or the body responsible for regulating by law the profession of real estate is appointed by the government and the association officers are elected by its ...
- Genre : Comedy, Drama
- Rating : C - 18yrs and Older
When an alcoholic relapses, causing him to lose his wife and his job, he holds a yard sale on his front lawn in an attempt to start over. A new neighbor might be the key to his return to form. ...
Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union (BCPOU)?president Bernard Evans yesterday criticized National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest for characterizing union opposition to the sale of the majority stake in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) as a national security threat.
Evans told The Nassau Guardian that the real threat is the government’s attempt to force the Bahamian people to accept Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) – the company buying the BTC stake.
“We don’t see why the minister would want to waste the precious resources of the police force and the defence force to spy on us or to think that we would do something untoward. Why ...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The Government and Customs Department are seeking to have Judicial Review proceedings brought by a leading Freeport retailer/wholesaler over the latter's demand for monthly 'bonded goods sales reports' struck out on a technicality, alleging that the situation has created "an increased opportunity for potential abuse" and duty evasion.
The Attorney General's Office, which is representing Customs and the Government, is attempting to have the action brought by Kelly's (Freeport) thrown out on the grounds that its attorneys, Callender's & Co, failed to file the orginating Notice of Motion within the 14-day time period g ...
By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
SENIOR members of the Free National Movement do not expect any Parliamentarians within their party to break rank and vote against the privatisation of BTC.
Still, some FNM Parliamentary caucus members are unsure how Bamboo Town MP Branville McCartney - who has publicly stated his indecision over the sale - will vote.
"There are no FNM Parliamentarians who will vote against the BTC sale with the exception of Branville McCartney, our caucus is 100 per cent in agreement for the sale with that one exception.
"He has not indicated that he will vote against it, he has not said that to any one within the Parliamentary group, ...
- Genre : Action, Fantasy, Horror
- Rating : C - 18yrs and Older
When human forces discover the existence of the Vampire and Lycan clans, a war to eradicate both species commences. The vampire warrioress Selene leads the battle against humankind....
The threat of a black Christmas by unions protesting the sale of a 51 percent stake in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) remains on the table, The Nassau Guardian understands.
Sources said union heads met in an hours-long closed meeting yesterday to plan their next move as the government presses ahead with efforts to conclude the deal.
The unions are threatening a general strike, which could include a shut down of major utility services near or around the Christmas holidays.
When contacted yesterday, some of the union heads opted not to confirm or deny whether they were still considering the option.
Leaders of the unions that fall under both the Na ...