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PM suggests march was politically motivated
Prime Minister Perry Christie suggested over the weekend that the Black Friday march, organized by community activist Ranard Henfield and attended by hundreds of Bahamians, was politically motivated. Christie made the suggestion while on the new ‘...
 
 
Henfield rails against Mitchell
Days after a voice note of Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell condemning the “We March Bahamas” went viral, Our Carmichael founder and organizer of the event Ranard Henfield called Mitchell a “bitter, arrogant coward”. ...
 
 
Bannister claims Bell has lawbreakers on campaign
Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Carmichael Desmond Bannister said yesterday he has received complaints for several weeks that Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) campaign general and convicted drug dealer Carlos Lamm and other “disreputable ...
 
 
Fitzgerald: Organizers disrespected PM
After participating in the ‘We March Bahamas’ demonstration on Friday, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday that while the protest was reflective of what the majority of Bahamians want for The Bahamas, he was disappointed that t...
 
 
Inspired by message of change, family occupies Bay Street
While her two nieces and teenage daughter sat on blankets beside her on Bay Street, Juanita Ferguson, who took a day off work to attend the ‘We March Bahamas’ protest on Friday, embraced her husband Kimroy Ferguson with a smile as the family pass...
 
 
Roberts urges march organizers to meet with PM
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday urged the organizers of “We March Bahamas” to meet with Prime Minister Perry Christie. Ranard Henfield, Our Carmichael founder and organizer of the march, said on Friday that he ...
 
 
For some, a feeling of hope in a time of hopelessness
Among the hundreds of people who marched on Friday during “We March Bahamas” was Gina Catalano-Pieri, 55, who said the event brought a feeling of hope during a time of hopelessness. “Bahamians have such a hopeless feeling; it’s like there is...
 
 
Man shot dead in Grand Bahama
A man was found shot to death in a parking lot on East Sunrise Highway early yesterday, Grand Bahama police reported. According to Assistant Superintendent Advardo Dames, around 2:50 a.m., police received reports of gunshots in the parking lot of a ...
 
 
Hundreds march
Hundreds of supporters from many different walks of life turned much of Downtown Nassau black yesterday as a sea of protestors showed up for the We March Bahamas Black Friday movement. With placards raised high, well over 1,000 people marched from A...
 
 
Some supporters explain why ‘we march’
With an old cane in her hand and an oversized “We March” T-shirt thrown across her shoulder, 80-year-old Shirley Pratt, a retired school teacher, hobbled along the route of the We March Bahamas protest on Bay Street yesterday, for as long as her ...
 
 
Police kill alleged robber
The coroner is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man who was killed during an exchange of gunfire with police on Friday. According to police, around 10 a.m., officers received a report that a man stole a licensed shotgun fro...
 
 
Miller to protesters: I’m here to listen
Despite some jeers and boos greeting his appearance, Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller seemed in good spirits as he attended the We March Bahamas protest downtown yesterday, saying that while he was there to listen to the concerns of Bahamians, no one gr...
 
 
Colombian women plead guilty to drug possession
A magistrate spared two Colombians jail time on Friday after they admitted to having a small amount of marijuana. Police arrested Ana Mosquera and Yinerieth Viafara, both 26, of Cali, Colombia, during a raid at the Sand Trap, West Bay Street, on...
 
 
Two-year sentence for store break-in
A 20-year-old man who admitted to stealing toys and hardware from the Interior Exterior Store has been sentenced to two years in prison. Justin Gibson, of Johnson Alley, admitted to stealing 120 toy planes, 40 drones, 69 remote controls, 29 helicopt...
 
 
Crowds turn up for 'Black Friday' march
Hundreds gathered at Arawak Cay for the We March Bahamas event on Friday afternoon.Organizers of today's march said the silent protest is to bring to the attention of the nation's leaders issues of national importance that are affecting the way of li...
 
 
PM wants dialogue
As momentum continued to build ahead of what organizers of We March Bahamas expect to be a historic event today, Prime Minister Perry Christie released a statement yesterday, inviting those organizers to the Office of the Prime Minister to engage in ...
 
 
Fitzgerald responds to march demands
Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday said the government is “taking into consideration suggestions made by civil organizations” after reviewing a letter from We March Bahamas organizers which outlined a number of demands for the governm...
 
 
Man, 18, accused of murder, robbery, other crimes
An 18-year-old who was nabbed by police after a daring hold-up at Super Value food store in Cable Beach on Sunday was charged with a litany of crimes, including murder and rape. Marco Davis, of Key West Street, was accused of the murder of Via Caffe...
 
 
Bastian calls Flowers’ suggestion nonsensical
Island Luck CEO Sebas Bastian, who is vice president of the Bahamas Gaming House Operators Association (BGHOA), yesterday questioned the motive behind FML Group of Companies CEO Craig Flowers’ suggestion that regulators limit the number of web shop...
 
 
Minnis urges participation in today’s march
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday urged Bahamians to participate in the We March Bahamas today. The event’s chief organizer, Our Carmichael founder Ranard Henfield, has said repeatedly the march is intended to be non ...
 
 
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