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One man dead, four injured in shootings
A man was shot and killed and another injured in Millennium Gardens early yesterday morning, while another two separate shootings left a prison officer and an alleged robber in hospital. In the first incident, police responding to reports of gunshot...
 
 
Minnis likens govt to lost Malaysian airline
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday likened the Christie administration to the lost Malaysian airline that has been the subject of international attention over the last few weeks. “They are reminding me of the Malaysian...
 
 
Bahamian life expectancy increases
Bahamian life expectancy has increased “minimally” over the past decade, according to data released yesterday by the Department of Statistics. The information is contained in the department’s decennial Life Tables Report, which was compiled fr...
 
 
Accused pedophile arrested in Exuma
Officers arrested a man, 70, of Florida, in Exuma, who was charged in the United States in connection with over a dozen sexual offenses in that country, including having sex with children, police said. According to authorities, Loomes Wheeler, of Ki...
 
 
CJ says any changes to Bail Act may not have desired results
Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett described the bail issue as a “vexing” problem, but suggested that efforts to restrict bail for those accused of serious crimes may not have the impact that the public expects. Sir Michael reiterated that judges...
 
 
Sands slams launch of Fraser’s new church
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Chairman Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday that minors should not be allowed in the new church opened by convicted sexual offender Bishop Earl Randolph Fraser. Sands, a former senator, said while he believes in secon...
 
 
Prince Hepburn appeal delayed
The appeal launched by contractor Prince Hepburn against his conviction for the murder of his mistress won’t be heard until June. Attorney Nathan Smith yesterday asked the court for an adjournment, claiming that his boss, Murrio Ducille, had not y...
 
 
Murder accused showed police where he hid car, court hears
A man accused of murdering his girlfriend showed police where he hid her car, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. According to Assistant Superintendent Edward Demeritte, Douglas Pratt agreed to take police to Shande Cartwright’s vehicle on Novem...
 
 
McCartney takes new swipe at govt on crime
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday accused the government of failing to address the country’s crime problem. “This government, which campaigned and won the election by convincing Bahamians that they were prep...
 
 
South Andros association awarded international grant
SOUTH ANDROS – The South Andros Handicraft and Manufacturing Association (SAHMA) officially launched the South Andros Coastal Restoration, Land Degradation and Coconut Project on April 10 at the South Andros Craft Centre in Motion Town, Long Bay Ca...
 
 
Atlantic Medical Fun Run Walk
Over 1,500 participants took part in the "Sweet Sixteenth" Atlantic Medical Fun Run Walk over the weekend. The prominent insurance company's objective, said Atlantic Medical Business Development Manager Darren Bastian, is to encourage its clients an...
 
 
Top executives added to The Salvation Army board
The Salvation Army of The Bahamas recently inducted two new members to its advisory board during a recognition reception. Sean Moree and Cameron Symonette are the newest faces to the board. The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board consists of communit...
 
 
Nottage unclear on referendum plans
Although Prime Minister Perry Christie previously announced that the government will hold a constitutional referendum by June, the minister with responsibility for elections Dr. Bernard Nottage indicated that no date has yet been determined for the v...
 
 
Education minister orders probe in hiring of principal
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday he has ordered an investigation into the procedures surrounding the hiring of a North Andros principal, who was previously convicted of manslaughter and incarcerated. How...
 
 
Greenslade backtracks on GB crime comments
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade has backtracked from a statement he made two weeks ago that there were “no concerns” about crimes on Grand Bahama amid a spate of murders on that island. Greenslade suggested to reporters on Monday night...
 
 
Despite initial projected loss, ‘carnival makes economic sense’
Chairman of the Bahamas National Festival Commission Paul Major said yesterday the government could record a net loss of up to $4 million in the first year of the Bahamas Carnival. However, Major said by the second year it would see a profit. “Ri...
 
 
Web shop consultants disagree on discrimination
Two consultants to web shops have different opinions on who should be allowed to gamble in web shops and casinos in a regulated environment. While insisting that he is against discrimination, Paul Major said yesterday Bahamians should not be allowed...
 
 
Nassau Flight Services workers protest at LPIA
A lunchtime demonstration by more than 60 Nassau Flight Services (NFS) employees yesterday caused baggage delays of up to 45 minutes for at least two airlines at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA), an airport spokesperson said. Nassau Airp...
 
 
Bell: Govt aggressive in addressing prison issues
The Ministry of National Security has launched a “direct and aggressive” approach to address the longstanding concerns at Her Majesty’s Prisons (HMP), Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell said yesterday. Bell said he is confident...
 
 
Lucaya International School sweeps National Model UN debates
After competing against seventeen teams from schools all over The Bahamas, students from Lucaya International School (LIS) won the National Model UN Debate Competition, which was held in Nassau. The team was composed of Chad Haddad, Sophie Paine, Ma...
 
 
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