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Lyford Cay Foundations honors four long-standing board directors
Lyford Cay Foundations recently recognized long-standing board directors Catharina Birchall, Frank Crothers, Nancy Kelly and Loretta Rogers for their extraordinary service and philanthropy over the past 20 years. Illustrating their commitment to and...
 
 
Jet Ski operator accused of sexually assaulting Canadian woman
A Canadian woman was allegedly sexually assaulted by a Jet Ski operator today, authorities said.Police said the Jet Ski operator took the visitor for a ride from Cabbage Beach to a cay off Paradise Island where he allegedly assaulted her. The incide...
 
 
Oil spill at Clifton Pier
Minister of Transport and Local Government Frankie Campbell confirmed today that there was a small oil spill in waters near Clifton Pier. “It is noted that this is not a large oil spill, however, this is as a result of normal spillage that emits...
 
 
Man charged with murder of ex-girlfriend
Forty-five-year-old Ronald Nottage was charged today with the murder of his ex-girlfriend Valdrise Bowleg. Bowleg, 55, was found stabbed to death in her Peter Street home on June 7. Nottage was not required to enter a plea to the charge. Chief...
 
 
Davis questions decision to drop parliamentary privilege appeal
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis today questioned the government's decision to drop an appeal on parliamentary privilege involving environmental group Save The Bays (STB) and former Cabinet minister Jerome Fitzgerald. According to attorney Fre...
 
 
Govt in talks with China bank
The government of The Bahamas is in talks with the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) on the “way forward” as it relates to making public the August agreement to get Baha Mar completed and opened, Attorney General Carl Bethel confirmed yesterday...
 
 
DPM defends decision to fund BAMSI, Urban Renewal
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said before the government considers cutting allocations for certain programs it criticized the Christie administration on, it must consider the human capital and fully review each program...
 
 
Break-in at customs warehouse near LPIA
Someone drove a forklift into a wall at the Bahamas Customs warehouse near Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) and ransacked the building during a break-in between Saturday evening and 8 a.m. yesterday, police said. According to reports, th...
 
 
Police say BAIC/BPL probes still open
More than three weeks after authorities held former Nassau Village MP Dion Smith for questioning over an alleged theft at the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC), a senior officer said yesterday Smith and several other employees ...
 
 
Woman gives birth in Baha Mar’s Swimming Pig Pub
When a server at the Swimming Pig Pub at Baha Mar fell into obvious distress at the restaurant on Saturday morning, her coworkers sprang into action, and in no time it became shockingly obvious to them that the young woman was in labor. In a move th...
 
 
Bethel commits to update on FOIA
Attorney General Carl Bethel has committed to providing an update on the status of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which was passed in Parliament earlier this year. There are reports that certain provisions of the act came into force prior to...
 
 
‘Advisors were satisfied no breach of Atlantis’ MFN clause’
Former Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday assured that the August agreement entered into by the Christie administration and Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) to get Baha Mar completed and opened does not breach Atlantis’ most favor...
 
 
Man dies after nightclub shooting
A man was shot dead shortly after 4 a.m. on Saturday on East Street South, police said. According to reports, three men in a vehicle were leaving a nightclub at a shopping complex when the occupants of another vehicle pulled up alongside them and fi...
 
 
Bahamas to host ACP meetings of fisheries, aquaculture ministers
The Ministry of Agriculture & Marine Resources announced the government of The Bahamas, along with the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, will partner in hosting the fifth meeting of ACP ministers in charge of fisheries and aqu...
 
 
BTC treats Governor’s Harbour Primary teachers
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) continued its longstanding relationship of support and contribution with its adopted school, Governor's Harbour Primary, during its teachers appreciation event that was celebrated in grand style. Tanya McPhee...
 
 
Men United March honors three of GB’s finest
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Now in its seventh year, the Men United March has continued to build momentum among men on Grand Bahama. Men from all walks of life have come together to support the fight against crime and social ills facing the country, a...
 
 
Police hunt wanted men
The police have warned the public not to harbor any of the seven murder suspects who have so far managed to evade them. At a press conference yesterday, Senior Assistant Commissioner Stephen Dean pledged that they would track down the suspects wheth...
 
 
Woman charged with attempted murder in acid attack
The victim of an attempted murder may withdraw the charge against his wife, according to her lawyer. Defense attorney Ian Cargill made the claim when Robinnette Thompson, 63, of St. Alban’s Drive, made her first court appearance yesterday in conne...
 
 
Hall: Govt quelled CLICO fears
The government’s decision to payout outstanding funds owed to CLICO policyholders has “quelled fears” and put an end to an “eight-year nightmare” for hundreds of Bahamians, according to prominent CLICO policyholder Bishop Simeon Hall. “T...
 
 
Man charged with Acklins murder
A man has been charged with murder in connection with the stabbing murder of a man in Acklins. Marvin Edgecombe, 43, of Snug Corner, Acklins, appeared before Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes yesterday in connection with the June 3 death of Davi...
 
 
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