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Officer testifies in attempted murder trial
A suspect in a murder, attempted murder and armed robbery was cooperative upon arrest, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. Corporal George Ward was testifying in the trial of Shakatoure Thompson, who is accused of the August 11, 2014 murder of Nad...
 
 
U.S. issues new crime warning
The U.S. Embassy in Nassau yesterday warned Americans traveling to The Bahamas of a “significant increase” in armed robberies in New Providence, particularly at ATM machines and said citizens should use a “buddy system” and avoid using ATMs...
 
 
Mitchell knew U.S. warning was coming
Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell said yesterday the U.S. Embassy in Nassau provided notice last week that it was preparing to issue a new security warning on The Bahamas. This would suggest that at the time the government of The Bahamas iss...
 
 
Brace for more power cuts
Amid escalating complaints from an increasingly irate public, Bahamas Power and Light Company Limited (BPL) revealed yesterday that its generating capacity is 236.5 megawatts, but daily demand from the company’s more than 100,000 customers hovers a...
 
 
Dump trucks used in Sandals union protest
Officials of the union representing workers of Sandals Resort yesterday used three dump trucks to block portions of West Bay Street as a part of an early morning protest to highlight staff issues at the resort. Omar Bernard, first vice president of ...
 
 
Men fined for blocking street with trucks
A magistrate fined three men $250 each for obstruction after they pleaded guilty to blocking West Bay Street with trucks during a protest early yesterday. Jarvis Glinton Jr., 28; Irvin Walkes, 30, and Wesley Mareus, 34, were charged before Chief Mag...
 
 
FNM candidate suspends campaign
Free National Movement (FNM) Bain and Grants Town candidate Leonard Sands announced yesterday he has “suspended” his campaign for “personal and family reasons”. When asked if the FNM ought to seek another candidate to run for the area, Sands...
 
 
Group denied bail on gun and bullets charges
A group of men and women accused of illegal gun and ammunition possession was yesterday remanded to prison without bail. Deshoan Smith, of Vesey Street; Dennis Mather, of Lincoln Boulevard; Peron Bain, of Bel Air Estates; a 17-year-old of Homestead ...
 
 
Symonette: Bahamas advisory was bad idea
Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs Hubert Chipman has backed the government’s decision to issue a travel advisory for Bahamians traveling to the United States, but former Minister of Foreign Affairs Brent Symonette suggested yesterday the move was ...
 
 
New industrial agreement for NIB staff
The National Insurance Board (NIB) and the Union of Public Officers (UPO) signed a new industrial agreement at NIB headquarters yesterday. Sharon Martin, the union’s former president, said she is pleased that the union and NIB have finally signed ...
 
 
Canadian fugitive waives extradition hearing
A former fugitive is headed back to Canada to face fraud charges in connection with an alleged $7 million investment scam. Paolo Lombardi, of Ocean Club Estates, appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes yesterday on an extradition reque...
 
 
Court seizes $64,000 from American traveler
An American businesswoman who hit a windfall at the Atlantis casino quickly lost her winnings by failing to declare the cash while traveling back home. Marjorie McClain, 53, of Indiana, on Tuesday pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to declare tha...
 
 
The Music Project: Encouraging youth participation in the arts
Recently launched is the country’s newest community program, seeking to engage student musical talent through mentorship and participation in a pop band competition set for February 2017. The Music Project promises to pair Bahamian music icons with...
 
 
Bahamas Press Club holds AGM at Hilton
The Bahamas Press Club 2014 held its annual general meeting (AGM) on June 21, 2016 in the Sir Harry Oakes Boardroom, British Colonial Hilton. President Anthony A. Newbold gave his annual address, in which he highlighted achievements and challenges d...
 
 
Zonta to train unemployed women In Workforce Readiness Program
The Zonta Club of New Providence (ZCNP) will kick off its 4th Annual Workforce Readiness Program, where unemployed women will receive job training during a three-week program that will culminate with two participants receiving college scholarships. ...
 
 
Govt defends U.S. advisory
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denied a suggestion that it was acting for political reasons when it issued a travel advisory on the heels of the fatal shootings of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota last week, and after five police officer...
 
 
Chipman supports decision on advisory
Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs Hubert Chipman is supporting the decision of Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell to issue an advisory for Bahamians traveling to the United States of America. The government issued the advisory on Friday in l...
 
 
Rollins wants inquiry into Baha Mar; Winder denies claims
A claim by Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins that a recent site inspection of Baha Mar by an insurer has caused the insurer to conclude the property is presently uninsurable is simply not true, Baha Mar’s receiver-manager Ray Winder said yesterda...
 
 
PLP wants BEC probe
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) yesterday renewed a call for the appointment of a parliamentary select committee to investigate matters surrounding the award of a Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) generator contract to foreign company Alstom ...
 
 
Gomez supports LBT; would not resign if Minnis wins
While she supports Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner’s bid for leader of the Free National Movement (FNM), newly sworn in FNM Senator Monique Gomez said she does not intend to resign if Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis re-emerges as leader of...
 
 
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