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Meteorology experts meet with BAMSI officials.
Under the umbrella of partnering with global entities to advance the cause of agriculture, The Bahamas became an official member of CoCoRaHS – the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network this past summer. Spurred by the Bahamas Agricult...
 
 
Bahamas Insurance Month art competition
October was Bahamas Insurance Month. Members of the Bahamas Insurance Association, the Insurance Institute of The Bahamas and the Insurance Commission kicked off a series of activities with a special service at St. Matthew’s Church on October 2. Du...
 
 
PM hopeful about Trump presidency
Reacting to Donald Trump’s rout of Hillary Clinton in the United States’ presidential election on Tuesday, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the relationship between the U.S. and The Bahamas remains strong, and there are local lessons ...
 
 
Gray suggests Chinese agri-fisheries deal still open to negotiation
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray yesterday suggested that the $2.1 billion proposed China-Bahamas agriculture and fisheries initiative is still on the table and also expressed fear that the Chinese would discontinue investm...
 
 
Father admits to bringing home gun used to kill his son
A father allegedly admitted to putting the gun used in the shooting death of his four-year-old son inside their home during an interview with police, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. Wenzel Demeritte is on trial before Justice Cheryl Grant-Thom...
 
 
Hall: Voter registration numbers troubling
Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall indicated yesterday that the Parliamentary Registration Department is troubled by the “extremely low” voter registration numbers. He strongly encouraged eligible voters to register as soon as possible. Ov...
 
 
Gray: I won’t resign; Minnis is a hypocrite
In the wake of renewed calls for his resignation, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray yesterday said he will not resign and called Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis a hypocrite over the FNM’s own involvem...
 
 
Sands: PM should have known about Chinese deal
Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Dr. Duane Sands said he finds it hard to believe that Prime Minister Perry Christie had no insight into Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray’s approval for Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul...
 
 
Witness fails to show at attempted murder trial
A judge yesterday directed a jury to acquit a man accused of attempted murder after the prosecution closed its case without calling any witnesses. Anthony Williams was accused of the 2011 attempted murder of Whitney Burrows. After Burrows failed to...
 
 
CrossFit – the new Happy Hour
Karen Eldon and Mario Jordan don’t dilly dally on their dreams. Seven months ago, the couple was living in Bolivia, pondering the possibility of relocating to Eldon’s hometown in The Bahamas. Today, they spend their days running Happy Hour CrossF...
 
 
PADF youth mock trial gives students insight in Bahamian judicial process
For five weeks, 10th grade students at the Akhepran International Academy prepared for a full mock trial presentation as a part of the Resistance And Prevention Program (RAPP), organized through the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF). The liv...
 
 
Voter apathy countrywide
As the Parliamentary Registration Department continues to observe sluggish movement in the number of people registering for the 2017 general election, registration in the Family Islands lags far behind that in New Providence and Grand Bahama. Overal...
 
 
Trump wins presidency
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump became the president-elect of the United States Tuesday night, capturing crucial victories over Hillary Clinton in Florida, Ohio and North Carolina, a remarkable show of strength by the celebrity businessman and polit...
 
 
Mitchell: Govt will work with new American president
With a new president in the White House, many Bahamians will be watching closely to see how policies driven by the incoming American commander-in-chief could impact The Bahamas. However, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell yest...
 
 
Nygard withdraws application to subpoena PM
Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard yesterday abandoned his plan to subpoena Prime Minister Perry Christie as a witness before his commital hearing in the Supreme Court. Attorney Damian Gomez, QC, told Justice Rhonda Bain,”The application to su...
 
 
Neymour: God will curse us for giving away our birthright
If the government proceeds with the proposals before it for Andros which involve the leasing of Crown land in deals with the Chinese, “God will curse us because we are giving away our birthright,” former Minister of State for the Environment Phen...
 
 
Dorsett: No need to panic over Chinese proposals
Amid fears of “heavy Chinese involvement” in local investments, Minister of Environment and Housing Kenred Dorsett sought to assure the public that there is “no need to panic”, especially concerning the approval for the Bahamas Embassy in Chi...
 
 
DNA proposes ‘Right to Information Bill’
As heated debate continues over a proposed $2.1 billion joint venture agri-fisheries initiative with the Chinese on Andros, the Democratic National Alliance yesterday released its draft of a freedom of information act entitled “The Right To Informa...
 
 
Murder case adjourned due to lawyer’s absence
A defense lawyer’s illness has delayed the progress of a murder and attempted murder trial. Attorney Glendon Rolle, who was in a traffic accident, will not be available until Thursday. Rolle’s client Shirvon Stubbs, 25, of Yellow Elder Gardens,...
 
 
Cash n’ Go approves eight NP locations for Trot for Tots 242 registration
Cash N’ Go has approved its eight New Providence locations as Trot for Tots 242 registration locations. Mona Augustin, Cash N' Go customer service representative, accepts the registration forms on behalf of Cash N’ Go. Cash N’ Go joins Percy’...
 
 
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