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Man sentenced for housebreaking
A 31-year-old landscaper was yesterday sentenced to prison after he admitted to a housebreaking that was captured on surveillance footage. Ricardo Moss, of Sisal Road, pleaded guilty to one count of housebreaking and two counts of stealing at his ...
 
 
Major had ‘no serious medical issues’ while at prison
Drug convict Dwight Major has not experienced any serious medical issues since he has been detained at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services, a magistrate heard yesterday. Dr. Timothy Providence, one of three medical practitioners assigned...
 
 
Ecological survey of Walker's Cay recently conducted
In March, researchers from the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) and the Perry Institute for Marine Science conducted an ecological survey of Walker’s Cay National Park. The assessment was part of the BNT’s effort to develop management plans for Abac...
 
 
PM: Campaign will be a sprint
With many FNMs — including party leader Dr. Hubert Minnis — bragging about crowd sizes at recent events, Prime Minister Perry Christie declared on Saturday night that the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) campaign engine has been officially rev...
 
 
Roberts again insists more to come on Mackey
Two weeks after Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts revealed that Free National Movement (FNM) North Eleuthera candidate Rickey Mackey owed customs thousands of dollars— a bill he subsequently settled — Roberts insisted at a ...
 
 
Man shot dead in Fox Hill
A man was shot to death shortly after 8 a.m on Saturday at Springfield Way, Fox Hill, police said. According to reports, the man was sitting in his home when a gunman walked up to a window and shot him. The gunman fled on foot. Police are making t...
 
 
Peet explains decision to run independent
Former Minister of Labour and Immigration Vincent Peet claimed he decided to run as an independent in North Andros and the Berry Islands — a constituency he represented for 10 years — after hundreds of constituents signed a petition asking him to...
 
 
Groups urge govt to enact FOIA
With Parliament prorogued on Friday, the Christie administration has all but lost its window to enact important legislation like the Freedom of Information Act 2017 (FOIA) ahead of the general election, charged a coalition of 22 civil society and pri...
 
 
GBHRA: Spy bill ‘dead’
With Parliament set to be dissolved tomorrow, the Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) said civil society has obtained “a huge win” as the highly controversial Interception of Communications Bill is now “dead”. “The decision to sc...
 
 
Ferguson and Seymour made deputy commissioners
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade has announced the appointments of Anthony Ferguson and Emrick Seymour to the rank of deputy commissioner of police. They were both senior assistant commissioners of police. Ferguson heads the Royal Bahamas ...
 
 
Prison inmates to produce license plates for RTD
The Road Traffic Department (RTD) has entered into a partnership with the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services to produce license plates. The announcement was made during a press conference held at the Department of Correctional Services on Th...
 
 
Voter register nears 170,000
Well over 160,000 people have registered to vote in the next general election, representing approximately 93 percent of the number of voters who were registered for the last general election, The Nassau Guardian can confirm. Sources close to the reg...
 
 
Murder charge withdrawn
After being locked up for almost two months, Fredrico Ramsey is now a free man as prosecutors withdrew a murder charge against him. The 22-year-old was charged with the January 18, 2017 shooting death of 16-year-old Ricardo Fawkes, who was shot dead...
 
 
Parliament prorogued
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade acting in his capacity as provost marshal yesterday announced the prorogation of Parliament, bringing to a close the current session. He read two proclamations from Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling ...
 
 
Man accused of sex with minor
A man accused of having sex with a juvenile had his case transferred to the Supreme Court yesterday. Stephen Strachan appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt to receive the prosecution’s case against him. Strachan is accused of hav...
 
 
Wilson returned as BUT president
After being suspended for more than two years, Belinda Wilson has been reelected as president of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT). She told The Nassau Guardian yesterday she feels vindicated from malfeasance allegations. Director of Labour Rober...
 
 
FNM concerns on voter register
Free National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie said the FNM has reached out to Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall to advise him of the numerous errors on the current voter register and said the party has grave concerns about the registration pro...
 
 
Minnis: PM threw Halkitis under bus
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis last night accused Prime Minister Perry Christie of throwing Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis “under the bus” while commenting on leaders being accountable for the state of the e...
 
 
Man admits defrauding Flowers
A 45-year-old unemployed man who admitted ripping off a numbers house by gambling with counterfeit money could be spared jail if he pays a fine and repays the money he stole. Mario Kikivarakis pleaded guilty to possession of 10 forged U.S. $100 bill...
 
 
Bethel: Reform needed at registration dept.
Though he gave few details on exactly what he was referring to, former Parliamentary Commissioner Errol Bethel said yesterday there are a number of issues that need to be fixed at the Parliamentary Registration Department. His comments follow the di...
 
 
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