Big time Customs Officer fined and fired for theft Recommended for you Related Items:bail, British Atlantic Financial Services, Margaret Ramsay Hale, supreme court Police looking for band of eight robbers; Outten gets bail despite serious gun charges Bahamas Police revoke bail for some, 268 being monitored Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 09 jan 2015 – GOVT DOES NOT BACK BAIL OUT for embattled British Atlantic Financial and court today ruled for a liquidation of the institution.Some 2,600 policy holders have to now wait and see what can be salvaged from years of investing in savings, life, insurance and annuity plans over three decades.BAFSL had been the savior for many in 2008 when CLICO collapsed. Company executives claimed the Financial Services Commission was too rigid not allowing them to do more to rescue the fledgling financial company.The Premier in a statement following comments to save BAFSL from the Opposition PDM said his government would try to bail out the company. Hon Rufus Ewing had promised to meet with the Opposition but never did.In a full report on PTV8 on Monday hear reactions to the ruling. Chief Justice Margaret Ramsay-Hale finalized the decision in Supreme Court this morning after there was no proposal for bailout. A final report on monies brought forth is expected from the liquidatiors s on February 28th.
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 12, 2017 – Providenciales – TCIG is calling on ALL civil servants to report back to work Tuesday, September 12 – Wedesday, September 13 & take active steps to salvage any Government assets and files within their office.TCIG further advises staff members in key departments such as Planning, Customs, Immigration, etc. are being asked to return to active duty with effect tomorrow.Release: TCIG
April 27, 2018 Posted: April 27, 2018 San Diego unveils Courthouse Station, first new trolley station in more than a decade KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego has unveiled its first new trolley station in more than a decade, and city leaders gathered Friday to celebrate.The Courthouse Station, at the south side of C Street between State and Union streets, will replace the American Plaza station as the new endpoint to Metropolitan Transit System’s Orange Line, which serves nine million passengers annually.The station will begin serving passengers Sunday.It’s the first new trolley station in the city since 2005.Apart from being located outside the city’s new 22-story courthouse, which opened late 2017, the trolley station is located within access to 44,500 jobs, according to MTS.Station construction began in August. KUSI Newsroom,