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CANADIAN Bruno Rufa has been granted leave by the Supreme Court to bring judicial review proceedings against Director of Immigration William Pratt for the decision taken to arbitrarily cancel and revoke his permission to remain in The Bahamas for 150 days.
The new airport is almost completed, the new transportation corridors are just about fully operational, we have a new sports center, new water/wastewater treatment facilities, and of course Baha Mar will be completed by the end of 2014.
But what exactly does this mean for Bahamians? Will these investments transform Nassau to a world class city? Unfortunately, no...
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) is having difficulty placing a $600 million rate reduction bond, according to an unnamed placement agent, and the inability of the utility to raise the base rate for electricity appears to be the main barrier, particularly in the absence of continued government subventions.
ASSISTANT Director of Immigration Hubert Ferguson said that the 150-day landing period granted by an immigration officer to Canadian citizen Bruno Rufa on his entry to The Bahamas in November was due to "internal miscommunication and unfamiliarity" with the process.
The Supreme Court will on July 27 hear a case that could have far-reaching implications for developers and residents of Bahamas-based condominium complexes, as it will have to determine whether an alleged "6 per cent minority" and Court order can override statute law and the Declaration of Condominium.