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‘PM should apologize for broken promises’
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday he meant “no harm to the Malaysian people” when he likened the Christie administration last Wednesday to the Malaysian airline that has been missing since March 8. However, M...
 
 
Baha Mar urges govt to move quickly on Gaming Bill
Baha Mar executives yesterday expressed concern over the delayed Gaming Bill and encouraged the government to pass it by the start of the new fiscal year. Baha Mar Senior Vice President of Administration and External Relations Robert ‘Sandy’ Sa...
 
 
Pinder says Minnis is a hypocrite on tax issue
Financial Services Minister Ryan Pinder yesterday branded Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis a “hypocrite” because of his pledge to repeal any tax the government introduces that causes undue pain and suffering. Minnis was quot...
 
 
Doctor says murder suspect’s injuries may have been self-inflicted
A physician yesterday told a jury that a murder suspect’s injuries may have been self-inflicted. Dr. Ricky Ricardo Davis gave his opinion while testifying in the murder trial of Douglas Pratt, who is accused of the November 22, 2010 murder of his ...
 
 
Suspect in McCartney’s murder seeks bail again
A suspect in the murder of pharmacist Kurt McCartney made a third appearance before a judge yesterday in a bid to get bail. Lyndera Curry, of Plantol Street, was refused bail last December when she appeared before Senior Justice Jon Isaacs. Curry m...
 
 
Mitchell wants task force to probe human smuggling
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell said yesterday he will push for the appointment of a special task force to investigate and break up suspected human smuggling rings. Mitchell’s comments came two days after 132 undocumented...
 
 
Bahamasair’s return to Mayaguana hailed as good news
The completion of the runway refurbishment at the Mayaguana Airport and the return of regularly scheduled Bahamasair flights there after a five year absence are significant milestones for the residents of that island and signal the resurgence of the ...
 
 
Stubbs’ abetment to murder trial set to begin
Jury selection is expected to begin on Thursday in the abetment to murder trial of Stephen “Die’ Stubbs and Giovanni “Gio” Roberts. Justice Indra Charles adjourned the trial yesterday because she is presiding over another matter. Roberts ...
 
 
Shortage of ADHD meds sparks anxiety, fears
Cheryl Wells’ granddaughter hasn’t taken her medication in weeks. The 15-year-old was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in 2012. She was later prescribed the controlled drug Concerta, which could become addictive if...
 
 
Men who robbed and killed British man in GB still at large
The men who robbed and killed British visitor Edgar George Dart in a home invasion in Emerald Bay, Grand Bahama, two weeks ago, are still at large, police said yesterday evening. “We are following some leads, but at the moment we don’t have any ...
 
 
AG’s office ‘doing all it can to complete web shop regulations’
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday government lawyers are working around the clock to complete work on proposed legislation to regulate web shops. However, Gomez indicated this might not be ready for “some time”. In...
 
 
Govt has high praise for LeAir’s Captain Larry Brown
Prime Minister Perry Christie, Mayaguana, Inagua, Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Cay (MICAL) MP V. Alfred Gray and Transport and Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin led the chorus of praise for Captain Larry Brown, president of LeAir Charter Serv...
 
 
Myles Munroe meets with South African president
As millions of South Africans prepare for another historic general election this May to continue their journey from the shadows of apartheid, the need for wise, competent and morally sound leadership is an imperative. Bahamas Faith Ministries Intern...
 
 
Govt team to examine web shop finances
The Ministry of Finance has put together a special team to ascertain the financial details of the major web shops as the government seeks to regulate the underground gaming industry, Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis said. "We are in th...
 
 
Privy Council says Listening Devices Act constitutional
The Privy Council has upheld the constitutionality of the Listening Devices Act, the legislation that oversees the country’s wiretaps laws. However, the country’s final appellate court directed a magistrate to determine whether those wiretaps we...
 
 
PM blasts Minnis on lost airline comment
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis should be “condemned” for likening the Christie administration to the lost Malaysian airline that has grabbed headlines around the world for t...
 
 
PM promises economic boost for Mayaguana
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday heralded the resumption of Bahamasair flights into Mayaguana and the completion of a 6,700-foot airport runway as a sign of impending economic growth on that island. Bahamasair resumed flights into Mayaguana y...
 
 
132 Haitians picked up near Ragged Island
One hundred and thirty-two undocumented Haitian immigrants were apprehended during a routine patrol near Ragged Island over the weekend, authorities said. The group included 104 men, 22 women and six children. Police said officers with the assistan...
 
 
Galanis says govt should explore national lottery
Although the government has said it was advised by gaming consultants that a national lottery would not be feasible in The Bahamas, former parliamentarian Philip Galanis said yesterday the government should again examine introducing a national lotter...
 
 
BPSU wants extension for ‘double dipping’
As the government moves to prevent employees in all government ministries and departments from ‘double dipping’, the Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) is calling for that change to be held off until both sides sign off on a new industrial agree...
 
 
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