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‘Looting’ concerns in GB after storm
As Grand Bahamians continued to grapple with life after many of their homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, Freeport resident Joe Darville, said yesterday it is "absolutely nauseating" to see the degree of “looting, i...
 
 
Girl, 4, dies after found unresponsive in car
A four-year-old girl, who was found unconscious in a car in front of her home on Friday in Palm Beach Court, died in hospital on Saturday, according to authorities. While details were limited, Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said polic...
 
 
The forgotten ones
In the heat of the night, after several days without electricity or running water, Clyde Duncombe, 53, a paralyzed resident of the Good Samaritan Senior Citizen’s Home in Yellow Elder Gardens, began experiencing chest pains, which a caretaker claim...
 
 
Mitchell: Minnis’ post-storm criticisms unwise
Fox Hill Member of Parliament Fred Mitchell has dubbed the opposition leader’s criticisms of the government’s hurricane relief efforts as an effort to gain “useless brownie points that no one will remember”. In an interview with The Nassau G...
 
 
Police defend traffic response in Matthew’s wake
With complaints from residents that there have been too few officers on the streets of New Providence coordinating traffic flow at many of the busy thoroughfares in the absence of functioning traffic lights, Superintendent Craig Stubbs, head of the p...
 
 
NEMA intensifies assessment of damage caused by Hurricane Matthew
In the wake of the powerful Hurricane Matthew, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) is strengthening its organizational structure and systems so as to effectively bring about assistance to Bahamians impacted by the storm. This is being do...
 
 
AML joins international vendors for relief efforts in GB
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, AML Foods Ltd. has partnered with three international vendors to bring much-needed relief to Grand Bahama residents. The local grocer teamed up with U.S.-based Associated Grocers and SuperValu to send two 40-foo...
 
 
Cable Bahamas continues national restoration effort in wake of Hurricane Matthew
Cable Bahamas announced yesterday that its restoration exercise remains at a steadfast pace, though a severe weather system hindered the company's repair efforts yesterday. Despite extensive damage to a number of islands hit by Category 4 Hurricane M...
 
 
BNT reports on national park damage
Hurricane Matthew caused widespread damage on North Andros, Grand Bahama and New Providence, but had relatively little destructive impact on the country’s national parks. The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) had recently moved its administrative offic...
 
 
The Myles and Ruth Munroe Foundation postpones gala
The Second Annual Munroe Legacy Gala, which was to take place on November 3, 2016 at the Melia Nassau Beach resort, has been postponed until 2017. A new date will be announced following the Munroe Emerging Leaders Conference in July of 2017. It has ...
 
 
Regional nurses start specialized training thanks to CIBC FirstCaribbean
A corps of Caribbean nurses will soon be even more skilled at providing care for children afflicted with blood disorders and cancers. Drawn from Barbados, The Bahamas, Jamaica, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the nurses recently enroll...
 
 
PM asks BPL to speed up
As frustration grows among New Providence residents who remain without electricity in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, Prime Minister Perry Christie said he has asked officials at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) to accelerate restoration efforts, and adm...
 
 
Christie wants low cost loans for govt workers
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday indicated that government is seeking to provide low cost loans to government employees who were adversely impacted by Hurricane Matthew. Christie, who appeared as a guest on Guardian Radio 96.9 FM talk show ...
 
 
Man accused of sex with teen boy
Police say that a 38-year-old man had sex with an underage boy on two occasions this month. Kevin Pennerman, of Pinewood gardens, appeared before Magistrate Constance Delancy charged with two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a person of th...
 
 
Man found murdered through Bain Street
Police discovered the body of a young man through Bain Street off Meadow Street early Friday morning. According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean, the man was shot multiple times. “What police can tell you is that we are actively i...
 
 
China donates $50K for Matthew relief
The Chinese Embassy donated $50,000 to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) yesterday to assist with relief efforts following Hurricane Matthew. After noting that the country has suffered great loss from the category four storm that devas...
 
 
Bus driver’s death was accident, jury rules
The death of bus driver Alpheus Bevans was an accident not a murder, a jury ruled yesterday. Prosecutors alleged that Ricardo Culmer had intentionally and unlawfully used his 1995 Chevrolet Sierra truck as a lethal weapon when he reversed into the d...
 
 
‘We don’t have anything to eat’
LOWE SOUND, Andros — Ednie Grant, a local resident who lost much of his possessions in Hurricane Matthew, hung his head as he spoke about being unable to feed his family. “We don’t have anything to eat,” Grant said. He tried to speak softly...
 
 
Collie defends Minnis
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday defended Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis over his criticisms of the government’s response to Hurricane Matthew, insisting that Minnis has been a “leader on the forefront” of the ...
 
 
Govt hopes to raise $150m in post hurricane bonds
Prime Minister Perry Christie has revealed that the government will undertake raising up to $150 million through a bond issue to help cover the cost of relief efforts related to Hurricane Matthew. Christie, who indicated that he believes damage caus...
 
 
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