February 20, 2019
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BAMBOO Town MP Renward Wells will be sworn in today as the country’s newest minister of health, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis announced yesterday. As a result of the move, Dr Minnis said the Ministry of Transport will now fall under the portfolio
Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis announced on Sunday that international commercial flights and commercial vessels carrying passengers will not be permitted to enter the Bahamas from Wednesday unless they are from Canada, the UK or the European Union.
TRANSPORT and Local Government Minister Renward Wells has “promised faithfully” that by October all issues surrounding the taxi-cab industry will be resolved, according to Bahamas Taxicab Union president Wesley Ferguson.
TRANSPORT Minister Renward Wells fiercely defended the Minnis administration’s decision to lease the Town Centre Mall to house the General Post Office yesterday, insisting the government hid no element of the deal.And despite calls for the lease agre
TRANSPORT and Local Government Minister Renward Wells said the prime minister has formed a cabinet sub-committee of six ministers to tackle all issues surrounding the taxi industry.
AMID concerns from watercraft operators about Baha Mar’s alleged renting of motorised watercraft to its guests, Transport Minister Renward Wells yesterday confirmed the resort is not licenced or authorised to do so directly.
TRANSPORT and Local Government Minister Renward Wells yesterday confirmed an audit of the Road Traffic Department’s new system is underway focusing on apparent discrepancies that could be affecting revenue.
The company at the centre of the Renward Wells Letter of Intent (LOI) controversy last night revealed its plans to appeal the Supreme Court’s dismissal of its $727.364m damages claim.
CHANGES to the Road Traffic Act meant to save lives were passed in the House of Assembly yesterday.
THE Minnis administration is committed to lifting the moratorium on taxi plates in the country, Transport Minister Renward Wells said yesterday.
The Bahamas has been “left in a Mickey Mouse state of governance” by the continuing silence over the Renward Wells Letter of Intent (LOI) controversy, the DNA’s ex-leader blasted yesterday.
Court brings end to waste project dispute
The Supreme Court has dismissed the $727.364m damages claim brought against Renward Wells and two government "agents" by the firm at the centre of the Letter of Intent (LOI) controversy.
TRANSPORT and Local Government Renward Wells said yesterday a taskforce has been established to ensure all vessels participating in the tour-boat industry meet the required standards to operate.