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PM wants dialogue
As momentum continued to build ahead of what organizers of We March Bahamas expect to be a historic event today, Prime Minister Perry Christie released a statement yesterday, inviting those organizers to the Office of the Prime Minister to engage in ...
 
 
Fitzgerald responds to march demands
Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday said the government is “taking into consideration suggestions made by civil organizations” after reviewing a letter from We March Bahamas organizers which outlined a number of demands for the governm...
 
 
Man, 18, accused of murder, robbery, other crimes
An 18-year-old who was nabbed by police after a daring hold-up at Super Value food store in Cable Beach on Sunday was charged with a litany of crimes, including murder and rape. Marco Davis, of Key West Street, was accused of the murder of Via Caffe...
 
 
Bastian calls Flowers’ suggestion nonsensical
Island Luck CEO Sebas Bastian, who is vice president of the Bahamas Gaming House Operators Association (BGHOA), yesterday questioned the motive behind FML Group of Companies CEO Craig Flowers’ suggestion that regulators limit the number of web shop...
 
 
Minnis urges participation in today’s march
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday urged Bahamians to participate in the We March Bahamas today. The event’s chief organizer, Our Carmichael founder Ranard Henfield, has said repeatedly the march is intended to be non ...
 
 
Minnis urges participation in today’s march
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday urged Bahamians to participate in the We March Bahamas today. The event’s chief organizer, Our Carmichael founder Ranard Henfield, has said repeatedly the march is intended to be non ...
 
 
Christian Council supports ‘We March’
As momentum builds around We March Bahamas’ occupation of downtown scheduled for today, Bahamas Christian Council President Reverend Dr. Ranford Patterson said yesterday that the Christian Council will support the protest as this could be the stand...
 
 
Marinas relieved by PM’s statement on agri-fisheries proposal
The Association of Bahamas Marinas (ABM) yesterday urged Bahamians to “listen” to Prime Minister Perry Christie, who earlier this week said a proposal for a $2.1 billion China Bahamas agri-fisheries project in Andros would be “rejected outright...
 
 
U.S. issues new crime warning
The United States Embassy in Nassau yesterday warned U.S. citizens to avoid the Sand Trap on West Bay Street due to its alleged “ongoing association with known criminal elements”, just over a week after a woman was shot dead and two other people ...
 
 
Raid at Sand Trap
Forty people, including 18 women, were arrested for questioning in reference to various offenses, including possession of dangerous drugs, possession of unlicensed firearms and breach of the Immigration Act during a raid at the Sand Trap on West Bay...
 
 
Gaming operators want moratorium on licenses
The Bahamas Gaming House Operators Association (BGHOA) yesterday called on Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe to resist the urge to issue a new gaming house operator license and recommended a moratorium of up to 10 years on any new license being iss...
 
 
Arrest in latest murder
A man was taken into custody yesterday in connection with a murder in Grand Bahama on Tuesday, police reported. Police said that around 10:30 a.m. on Monday a man was found dead in an apartment in Freeport. Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen ...
 
 
Worries over increased power bills
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday lamented what she said has been a considerable increase in power bills to some residential and commercial consumers and called on the government and the power company, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), to e...
 
 
Johnson plans to march over judicial concerns
Bahamas Bar Association President Elsworth Johnson said yesterday he will march this Friday to bring attention to a number of judicial issues that are of concern. “There are issues that impact the judiciary that I think amount to intimidation, lan...
 
 
Murder case to continue today
A tentative trial date of December 5 was fixed yesterday for the murder case of Daran Neely. The jet ski operator is charged with the January 1, 2014 murder of Jason Clarke, who was also known as “Slacks”. Neely, of Avocado Street, Pinewood Ga...
 
 
Mother testifies in rape trial
The mother of an alleged rape victim said that she took her daughter to a police station after learning about the assault. The woman was testifying at the trial Terevis Rolle, Ventori Bethune and Artel Bethune, who are accused of gang raping the 18-...
 
 
DNA still demanding Baha Mar details
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday renewed calls for the government to reveal details surrounding the sale of Baha Mar. “Today marks eight days since the Democratic National Alliance has called upon this PLP go...
 
 
Unions to join march
As social media momentum built ahead of a non-partisan march planned for Black Friday, the leaders of the two umbrella unions in The Bahamas announced yesterday that their organizations have come onboard to bring attention to a number of pressing iss...
 
 
Minnis: BTC probe irrelevant
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis’ suggestion that then Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham paid almost $500,000 over the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) chairman’s r...
 
 
AG: We will follow death penalty law
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday the law on the death penalty will be followed. Maynard-Gibson was asked to respond to a call by Catholic Archbishop Patrick Pinder and other regional bishops who make up the Antilles Episcopal C...
 
 
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