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Miller: Privatize landfill and stop politicizing it
One week after a massive blaze at the New Providence Landfill prompted an evacuation of the Jubilee Gardens community, officials have yet to give an all-clear for residents to return home. Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller asserted that both the Progressiv...
 
 
Peet considers North Andros bid
Former Minister of Labour and Immigration Vincent Peet is eyeing an independent run in his former constituency of North Andros and the Berry Islands. Peet, an attorney, ended his bid for the nomination the last time around after a controversial matt...
 
 
Student died after being blown off truck
Early investigations by officers the Traffic Division of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) revealed that the boy who died in Long Island on Thursday fell to his death after he was blown off a speeding truck. Superintendent Craig Stubbs told The ...
 
 
Murder retrial begins
Two men are on trial for the second time for the 2013 murder of Shanrio Deveaux. Prosecutor Cephia Pinder-Moss said the prosecution intends to present a circumstantial case against Judson Mackey and Tristan Deveaux. She described the evidence that ...
 
 
Training starts at Baha Mar casino
Yesterday marked the first day of dealer training at Baha Mar Casino, set to open on April 21, 2017. All recently-hired casino employees are enrolled in the four-week gaming course to perfect their dealing skills and refine their customer service exp...
 
 
Minnis: FNM govt would sell Baha Mar
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has pledged to execute a “real sale” of Baha Mar to a purchaser that has the Bahamian people’s interests at heart, should the FNM win the general election. “Your Free National Movement go...
 
 
The Pointe breaks ground on phase two
Five hundred jobs are expected to be created when the second phase of The Pointe opens in late 2018, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said at the groundbreaking for the Downtown Nassau development on Saturday. “In addition to the 277 emp...
 
 
Man shot in Bimini, dies
A 21-year-old man died after he was shot during what police believe was a domestic incident at a home on South Bimini around noon on Saturday. It was the first murder in Bimini for the year and the second in The Bahamas for the weekend. Police repo...
 
 
Residents in dark on air quality a week after fire
An official could not say yesterday whether the quality of air in Jubilee Gardens is safe, one week after a massive blaze at the New Providence Landfill caused an evacuation of the nearby community. Anthony Ryan, a public analyst at the Department o...
 
 
Christie: Making Baha Mar deal public a matter for court
Exactly two months after saying Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson has been instructed to make public at “the earliest opportunity” documents related to the deal signed in August to complete Baha Mar, Prime Minister Perry Christie is backing...
 
 
No all-clear yet, but fear of crime keeps residents home
In many Jubilee Gardens homes the pungent scent from the dump fire that erupted a week ago seeps from the walls, the furniture and just about everything else under the roofs. Residents have no guarantee that the air they are breathing is safe, but t...
 
 
Registration nearing 80%
With nearly 80 percent of eligible voters registered to vote in the next general election, registration on the Family Islands is on par with that of New Providence, pointing to spurred registration numbers on those islands, according to data provided...
 
 
Foulkes, Griffin spar over gymnasium housing concerns
Former Minister of Labour and Social Development Dion Foulkes cried shame on the government for housing people impacted by the recent fire at the New Providence Landfill in the Kendal Isaacs National Gymnasium rather than in hotels. However, Minister...
 
 
Sawyer calls for monitoring of Jubilee Gardens residents
The aftermath of a fire can be just as damaging as the fire itself, plaguing those who experience smoke inhalation with long-term health issues, Dr. Madlene Sawyer said yesterday. Sawyer’s remarks came in response to last weekend’s inferno at th...
 
 
Stockroom worker admits Gucci theft
The family of a stockroom worker who stole $34,515 in merchandise from a Gucci store is willing to make restitution to spare him a jail term, a lawyer said yesterday. Jameco Russell, 20, of St. Vincent Close, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing b...
 
 
Man remanded on gun charge
A 27-year-old man on Friday pleaded guilty to having a loaded gun. Police arrested Allan Ezekiel Emmanuel Jr., of Coral Drive, on March 9 after they found him with a silver and black 9mm pistol. Police also seized 17 rounds of 9mm ammunition. Emma...
 
 
Web shop moratorium
It will be another decade before the government even considers expanding the web shop industry beyond a maximum of eight operators, as the Gaming Board has implemented a 10-year moratorium. In a statement yesterday, Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcom...
 
 
Many Jubilee Gardens residents still transient
After 13 years as a resident of Jubilee Gardens, Idamae Bain, 57, now suffers from pulmonary fibrosis disease. Pulmonary fibrosis is a respiratory disease in which scars are formed in the lung tissue, leading to serious breathing problems. Idamae s...
 
 
Davis responds to Hubert Minnis on Baha Mar
Amid ongoing concerns over the future of Baha Mar, its completion and its opening day, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday defended the stalled resort and hit out at Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis for recent comm...
 
 
Former wanted suspect charged in three killings
A man wanted for three separate alleged murders, in three different incidents, within three months, is now behind bars. In addition to facing multiple counts of murder, Mark McKenzie, 25, of Warrick Avenue, Blue Hill Estates, is charged with gun a...
 
 
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