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BTC select committee to meet next week
The select committee of Parliament set to probe the controversial sale of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) could announce to the public as early as this week how it intends to proceed, according to committee chairman and Golden Gates MP S...
 
 
Marine denies attacking civilians on Inagua
A defense force marine denied injuring three residents on Inagua during a melee at a night club last year. Able Seaman Olishavon Armbrister, 30, of Seagull Gardens, was testifying at his trial before Magistrate Samuel McKinney yesterday. Prosecut...
 
 
Passport features lead to arrest of Jamaican
A Jamaican man who travelled on a stolen Bahamian e-passport was caught because he did not match the biometric data stored in the document, according to Chief Passport Officer Superintendent Clarence Russell. According to the Jamaican Gleaner, 26-ye...
 
 
FNM fallout deepens
The Free National Movement’s (FNM) Long Island Association has written FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis objecting to the party’s recent move to rescind the nomination of Loretta Butler-Turner, but FNM Chairman Sidney Collie made it clear last night t...
 
 
PM: It’s not long now
Prime Minister Perry Christie is urging Bahamians to register to vote, declaring ‘it’s not long now when you will be called upon to exercise your democratic right to vote in general elections’. “Coming into the new year, things will go fast ...
 
 
Miller defends Minnis
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis “still has the upper hand” in the FNM, despite recent infighting, and added that Minnis is a “decent human being” who is liked and supported by many Bahami...
 
 
Pastors fear UN vote could push LGBT agenda
Several pastors have urged Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell to direct the country’s United Nations (UN) representative to vote against a resolution to appoint an independent expert (IE) on protection against violence and di...
 
 
‘FNM MPs’ action has energized party’s base’
Senior Free National Movement (FNM) member C. A. Smith insisted yesterday that the recent action taken by the majority of the party’s House of Assembly caucus to oust FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis as leader of the Official Opposition has reinvigorat...
 
 
Opposition rejects ‘fake’ report
The Official Opposition has rejected a “fraudulent message” purporting to have been issued by Leader of the Official Opposition Loretta Butler-Turner. Among other claims, the statement attributed to Butler-Turner claims she has notified former O...
 
 
39 seats in next House
Boundaries Commission Chairman and Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major confirmed yesterday that 39 seats in the House of Assembly will be contested in the next general election, with only one new constituency to be created throughout th...
 
 
Butler-Turner:  Relationship with Minnis nonexistent
Describing her relationship with Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis as virtually nonexistent, Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner said despite attempts to reach out to Minnis and his faction of FNM MPs since last week,...
 
 
Junkanoo museum robbed, vandalized
With the major Junkanoo parades arriving in the coming days, vandals stripped over $5,000 worth of costume decoration, equipment for crafting and other valuables, including a flat screen television, from the renowned Educulture Museum and Resource Ce...
 
 
Lawyer suggests 20-year sentence for killer
A lawyer for a teen convicted of a retaliatory murder yesterday suggested that he receive a sentence of 20 years. However, the prosecution argued that a sentence of 35 to 40 years was a more appropriate punishment for Drew Wellington Storr, 19, who...
 
 
Murder accused gets new trial date
A man accused of the murder of a man and the attempted murder of his brother got a new trial date yesterday. Justice Bernard Turner discharged the jury hearing Shirvon Stubbs’ trial in October after his lawyer, Glendon Rolle, was injured in a traf...
 
 
‘We’re working to remove Minnis’
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins said yesterday that he and “others” are working on having Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis removed as party leader before the next general election because he is incompetent and unable to l...
 
 
Senate picks may cause ‘shock, awe’
Official Opposition Leader Loretta-Butler Turner said yesterday that her remaining choices for the Upper Chamber will cause reaction and even some “rejection” as it is her hope to have the opposition in the Senate reflect a “microcosm of societ...
 
 
Butler-Turner ‘saddened’ to have lost nomination
Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner said yesterday that she was saddened by the Free National Movement’s decision to revoke her nomination for Long Island, the seat she won under the FNM’s banner in the last general election, but she...
 
 
McCartney: DNA would welcome FNM MPs
With Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner’s nomination for Long Island rescinded and disciplinary action looming over her and the six other Free National Movement (FNM) MPs who support her, Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Bran...
 
 
Sands: I support Hubert Minnis
As the upheaval in the Free National Movement (FNM) continues, Elizabeth candidate and former FNM Senator Dr. Duane Sands said he supports FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis and would not accept an appointment to the Senate from Official Opposition Leade...
 
 
Teen arraigned for burglary
An 18-year-old man accused of burglary and stealing was remanded to prison yesterday. Prosecutors allege that Maurice Thompson, of Third Street, The Grove, broke into the home of Odia Richardson between 4:30 a.m. and 5 a.m. on December 10 with the i...
 
 
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