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Ministry considering arming security officers after recent incidents
The Ministry of Education is considering arming security officers stationed at public schools at night in the wake of several recent robberies, including two elderly male security officers of C.C. Sweeting Senior High School being robbed and tied up ...
 
 
Ministry considering arming security officers after recent incidents
The Ministry of Education is considering arming security officers stationed at public schools at night in the wake of several recent robberies, including two elderly male security officers of C.C. Sweeting Senior High School being robbed and tied up ...
 
 
Ministry considering arming security officers after recent incidents
The Ministry of Education is considering arming security officers stationed at public schools at night in the wake of several recent robberies, including two elderly male security officers of C.C. Sweeting Senior High School being robbed and tied up ...
 
 
Ministry considering arming security officers after recent incidents
The Ministry of Education is considering arming security officers stationed at public schools at night in the wake of several recent robberies, including two elderly male security officers of C.C. Sweeting Senior High School being robbed and tied up ...
 
 
Rolle: Govt not willing to accommodate more foreign labor on The Pointe
Minister responsible for Investments in the Office of the Prime Minister Khaalis Rolle said yesterday the government has no intention of increasing the number of Chinese workers at the $200 million The Pointe development. The ratio of Bahamian work...
 
 
Man known to police murdered
A man shot on Balfour Avenue shortly after 7 a.m. yesterday died in hospital, according to authorities. He was identified as Benjamin Anderson, of Ida Street, off Balfour Avenue. Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said a gunman, who ex...
 
 
Man pleads guilty to assault with intent to rape
A man yesterday admitted to assaulting a woman with the intention of raping her in a downtown office. Davardo Knowles pleaded guilty at his trial before Justice Stephen Isaacs, before prosecutors Stephanie Pintard and Anishka Hanchell presented any ...
 
 
Dwight Major denied bail
A Supreme Court judge yesterday refused a bail bid by extradited drug convict Dwight Major for his recent arrest for alleged possession of an unlicensed .45 pistol and eight bullets. Major, 48, who has spent 15 years in the Bahamian and American pri...
 
 
Boundaries report ready
The final report of the Boundaries Commission has been completed and was expected to be delivered to Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling last night or this morning for her sign-off, Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major confirmed. ...
 
 
Mitchell: Bahamian students need not worry about U.S. travel ban
Bahamian students in the United States have nothing to fear when traveling home to The Bahamas, Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell indicated yesterday. Amid a United States executive order that temporarily bars entry to the U.S. for citizens of ...
 
 
Judge refuses recusal bid by PM’s lawyers
A Supreme Court judge on Monday denied a recusal bid by lawyers representing Prime Minister Perry Christie. Justice Rhonda Bain, who is hearing a number of trials regarding the dispute between feuding billionaires Louis Bacon and Peter Nygard concer...
 
 
Turnquest: Set egos aside to defeat PLP
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest yesterday called on opposition factions to set aside “egos and self-interests” in order to unseat the Progressive Liberal Party. “In respect to all of the various factions of oppositio...
 
 
D’Aguilar: Just shut up on Baha Mar
Free National Movement (FNM) Montagu candidate Dionisio D’Aguilar said yesterday, while it is admirable that the government is trying to complete the Baha Mar deal, unless they have something “provable and concrete”, they need to “shut up” ...
 
 
GBHRA calls on PM to handle Mitchell
The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) said it believes Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell’s “reckless attacks” on human rights activists are “threatening the country’s good name internationally” and The Bah...
 
 
Jury seated in assault with intent to rape trial
A jury was seated yesterday in the trial of a man accused of assaulting a woman in a downtown office with the intent to rape her. The prosecution, headed by Stephanie Pintard and Anishka Hanchell, will open their case against Davardo Knowles today. ...
 
 
North Andros Govt Complex starts online birth registration and certification
ANDROS – Jason Wilson Evans is the first baby in 2017 to be a registered birth in Andros, and to receive a printed certified birth certificate online accompanied by his proud parents, Britney Russell and Jason Evans, who used the specialized online...
 
 
Women in leadership course successful at UB
Women from a cross section of the Bahamian society came together for two days to participate in the Women in Leadership and Decision Making Course at the University of The Bahamas (UB). This is the first official course hosted at the university since...
 
 
Hundreds turn out for free CPR classes
Hundreds of Bahamians are better equipped to help save the lives of someone around them who may be in an emergency medical situation after spending their Saturday learning key CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) techniques, in commemoration of Februa...
 
 
FNM manifesto outlines plan to boost SMEs
The Free National Movement (FNM) hopes it can boost economic activity in the country by strengthening small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs, and by right-sizing the government agencies relevant to the SME sector, if the party bec...
 
 
FNM promises an NHI plan
The Free National Movement (FNM) has pledged to establish a “functional” National Health Insurance (NHI) plan, legislate and set a clear mandate for the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and introduce single-sex education in the public school sy...
 
 
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