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A mound of sand and asphalt and a deep trench marooned the workers and vehicles of Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary on Robinson Road and Fifth Street yesterday, the result of the "insensitive" manner in which the New Providence Road Improvement Project is being carried out, president of the mortuary Randy Curtis said to The Nassau Guardian.
Curtis said when he arrived at his business, workers had dug a ...
A store sales clerk denied stealing more than $20,000 from her employers during a six-month period.
Anetra Pickstock, 26, of Cedar Way, off Carmichael Road, is accused of stealing $22,922.40 from B’Jou Classique on Mount Royal Avenue from May 1 to October 1, 2010.
She pleaded not guilty to the charge during an arraignment before Magistrate Jeanine Weech-Gomez, who granted her $10,000 bail wi...
The Bahamas Pharmacy Council (BPC) and the Drug Enforcement Unit took $10,000 worth of prescription drugs from two businesses that were selling them illegally.
The businesses - a restaurant and another business – were both selling the drugs without a trained pharmacist according to chairman of the Bahamas Pharmacy Council, Philip Gray.
Several sexual-performance drugs were included in the ...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Government is waiting on a Canadian utility giant to submit a formal business plan for the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC), the minister for the environment yesterday explaining the Ingraham administration wanted to accommodate its interest in the 100 per cent state-owned electricity supplier "without having a beauty contest forced upon us".