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More than $8 mil. for school repairs
Education Minister Jeff Lloyd yesterday said school repairs across the country may exceed the $8 million allocated for them. During an interview with The Nassau Guardian, the minister was asked to give an estimate of the total expected to be spent o...
 
 
Woman denies drug charge
A woman who was wanted in connection with a 2016 marijuana seizure has been denied bail. Lavando Burrows, 23, of Spinney Drive, Grand Bahama, pleaded not guilty to a charge of marijuana possession with intent to supply at her arraignment before De...
 
 
Man admits putting $4 million cocaine in family’s yard
A 34-year-old fisherman yesterday took responsibility for 424 pounds of cocaine that police found on a property that did not belong to him. Everette Wilson, of Bootle Bay, West End, was sentenced to 35 months in prison for the country’s largest co...
 
 
Three parliamentarians fail to disclose
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis will issue "the proper directives" to the attorney general in regard to the three parliamentarians that failed to file the requisite financial disclosures before the June 30 deadline, Press Secretary Anthony Newbold s...
 
 
Leon Williams is out of BTC
John Reid, CEO of Cable and Wireless Communications (C&W) today announced the appointment of an interim CEO at the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC). Dexter Cartwright, the former finance director of C&W Networks, will now assume the r...
 
 
Downgrade threatened
International credit rating agency Moody’s has placed The Bahamas’ Baa3 credit rating on review for downgrade. Moody’s said the review was prompted by statements from the Minnis administration, “that The Bahamas' fiscal position was weaker t...
 
 
Laroda reappointed head of disclosure commission
While it could not be confirmed yesterday whether Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has already forwarded names to Attorney General Carl Bethel for action relative to violations of the Public Disclosure Act, attorney Myles Laroda confirmed yesterday t...
 
 
Davis blames FNM for downgrade threat
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday it is “troubling” that international credit rating agency Moody’s has placed The Bahamas’ Baa3 credit rating on review for downgrade. “It is troubling because it confirms what my shadow m...
 
 
Govt considering FOIA amendments
The government is considering amendments to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), according to Minister of State for Legal Affairs Elsworth Johnson. While on Guardian Radio talk show “Political Week in Review” with Quincy Parker on Sunday, John...
 
 
Munroe: BAIC arrests were all for show
Almost two months after his client, Dion Smith, was arrested in relation to a theft probe at the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC), Wayne Munroe, QC, said yesterday it is clear that arrest and the arrests of seven BAIC employees ...
 
 
Police report shooting man after he attacked
A man was shot by police and taken to hospital shortly after 1 p.m. on Saturday after he attacked officers with a box cutter, police said. According to police, officers were on routine patrol on Marcus Bethel Way when they attempted to arrest a man ...
 
 
Nottage comes back home
The body of former Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage arrived in the capital from Florida yesterday afternoon as family and friends waited at Odyssey Aviation. Among those who greeted him were Nottage’s wife, Portia, his brother Ken...
 
 
Fight erupts after Nottage memorial
A fight between two female Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters following Thursday night's memorial for the late Dr. Bernard Nottage drew rebuke from the party's Bains Town Branch today. Videos of the fight have been widely circulated on socia...
 
 
LEAD institute robbed
Police are investigating a break-in at the National LEAD Institute on Carmichael Road, which resulted in the loss of an estimated $10,000 worth of equipment and building supplies. The event left LEAD President Troy Clarke rather emotional as he sa...
 
 
Turnquest refuses to comment on Izmirlian issue
During an interview with reporters yesterday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest did not respond to questions put forth involving the government’s position on former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian’s request for a m...
 
 
Drug courier fined for airport bust
A 25-year-old who was paid $1,500 to smuggle marijuana from Freeport to Nassau has to pay 10 times that sum to avoid spending three years in prison. Javano Carey, of Mount Royal Avenue, pleaded guilty to a charge of drug possession with intent to su...
 
 
Man admits to attempted robbery
A man who claimed he had a history of mental illness will be sentenced for attempted armed robbery next week. Stanley St. Clair, 37, of Hospital Lane, pleaded guilty to the attempted robbery of Rosalie Williamson on July 5. St. Clair allegedly trie...
 
 
Fight at Dr. Nottage's memorial draws rebuke from PLP branch
A fight between two female Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters following last night's memorial for the late Dr. Bernard Nottage drew rebuke from the party's Bain Town Branch today. The brawl, which took place at Nottage’s constituency headq...
 
 
Break-in at National LEAD Institute could force delayed opening
Police are investigating a break-in at the National LEAD Institute on Carmichael Road, which resulted in the loss of an estimated $10,000 worth of equipment and building supplies. President of the institute Troy Clarke said when he arrived at the fa...
 
 
BAIC case now corruption probe
The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) theft probe that led to the arrest and release of former BAIC Chairman Dion Smith shortly after the general election in May has been forwarded to the new Anti-Corruption Unit of the Royal Bah...
 
 
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