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Reoffender gets six years on gun charge
A man with a history of gun arrests was jailed on Wednesday for six years for his latest crime. Police patrolling Ferguson Subdivision, off Carmichael Road, arrested Jason Lynes on January 22 after they found a 9mm pistol loaded with 12 bullets in h...
 
 
Leno Corporate Services partners with the Barracuda Swim Club again
The Leno/Barracuda Invitational Swim Meet is scheduled for this Friday and Saturday, at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Complex. Leno Corporate Services Limited has once again partnered with the Barracuda Swim Club to host the meet - this ...
 
 
PM wins 9 to 1
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) delegates today voted overwhelmingly to keep Prime Minister Perry Christie as their leader, crushing the hopes of his only challenger, Alfred Sears. Christie received 1,264 of the votes. Sears got 169 votes. The resu...
 
 
Sears files complaint
Stating that the rules governing the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) elections today “lack the requisite fairness and transparency”, leadership contender Alfred Sears has filed a formal complaint to the party’s trustees, whom he said have h...
 
 
Davis, Roberts go in unopposed
Prime Minister Perry Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) Fort Charlotte candidate Alfred Sears were nominated yesterday for the party’s leadership position, while Deputy Prime Minister and PLP Deputy Leader Philip Brave Davis and P...
 
 
Man shot dead while riding bike
A man was shot dead after 7 o’clock last night as he was riding his bicycle in Sunshine Park, off Blue Hill Road, police said. Police received reports that two men pulled up in a silver Honda and shots were fired. The victim is believed to have b...
 
 
Mitchell: STB a danger to PLP
Whipping Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) detractors at the PLP’s convention last night, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell delivered a scathing speech about environmental activist Fred Smith, QC, and his organizations, includ...
 
 
Turnquest disputes Halkitis’ breakdown of VAT spending
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest yesterday disputed Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis’ breakdown of what he claimed was the government’s use of the nearly $1 billion collected in value-added tax (VAT) reve...
 
 
Fitzgerald touts PLP’s record on education
Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald last night touted the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) record on education over the last four and a half years, boasting that the Christie administration has more than doubled the investment in scholarships,...
 
 
Bay Street occupation flops
A national ‘sit down’ organized by the Trade Union Congress and ‘We March Bahamas’ got little support as fewer than 30 people showed up at the occupation of Rawson Square yesterday. When asked about the turnout, TUC President Obie Ferguson s...
 
 
Gibson: No stacking of the deck
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson, who is the chair of the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) convention, denied that the deck has been stacked against PLP candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears in his challenge for leadership. Sears has said that...
 
 
‘That’s where the VAT money gone’
In an attempt to silence repeated calls for the government to detail exactly how value-added tax (VAT) revenue has been spent since its implementation in 2015, Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis provided a breakdown of what he claimed was...
 
 
DPM: PLPs don’t backstab like FNMs
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said last night he is grateful for the trust and confidence the party and its leader, Prime Minister Perry Christie, have reposed in him and he is privileged to serve as deputy leader, contending that in the P...
 
 
Unions and We March call for national ‘sit down’
Trade Union Congress (TUC) Leader Obie Ferguson and We March Bahamas organizer Ranard Henfield yesterday said a national ‘sit down’ by workers throughout the country is planned for today in light of what they claim are unresolved labor issues. T...
 
 
Roberts: FNM too serious a risk
Addressing hundreds of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters at its first national convention since 2009, PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts contended last night that the PLP remains the most compelling option in 2017, insisting the PLP is the only un...
 
 
Dwight and Keva Major back behind bars
Convicted drug dealers Dwight and Keva Major, who had maintained a relatively low profile after serving time in the United States, are back behind bars on an illegal gun charge. Police arrested the couple and their 22-year-old son, Ra’Von Major, f...
 
 
Gibson backs employment stats
Labor Minister Shane Gibson yesterday defended Prime Minister Perry Christie’s announcement that the Christie administration created 32,000 jobs this term. While speaking at the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) prayer breakfast on Sunday, Christie ...
 
 
Komolafe: DNA women could change McCartney’s views
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Killarney candidate Arinthia Komolafe said yesterday that despite DNA Leader Branville McCartney’s vote against the questions in last year’s gender equality referendum, and his opposition to the Marital Rape Bil...
 
 
Minnis disputes PM’s jobs claim
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis deepened his indictment of Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday, declaring that he has lost touch with the “reality that the majority of Bahamians face in their everyday lives” and his re...
 
 
GHS students charged
Two Government High School students were charged yesterday in connection with the stabbing of a student and injuries to two other students on the school’s campus last week. The 17-year-old boys will be tried in the Juvenile Court in respect to t...
 
 
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