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Dorsett outlines govt’s plan to re-engineer landfill
The re-engineering of the New Providence Landfill will include a baler facility, air quality monitoring, and a fire station among other features, said Minister of the Environment and Housing Kenred Dorsett yesterday. Speaking to rumors that consider...
 
 
Man arrested in voter fraud case
Authorities have arrested a man on Eleuthera in connection with alleged voter fraud, a day after officials at the Parliamentary Registration Department reported that some people had registered to vote for the upcoming general election more than once....
 
 
Minnis: Christie cost Bahamians millions on Baha Mar
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis last night blamed Prime Minister Perry Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for Bahamians losing over $450 million in salaries and wages due to their involvement in stopping the bank...
 
 
Smoke, fumes and fear
Johnathan Moncur, a 16-year-old special needs resident of Jubilee Gardens, is forced to wear a breathing mask while he sleeps, due to the smoke that has been emanating from the nearby landfill for almost a month. His mother, Tanya Moncur, said she ha...
 
 
Int’l observers to monitor election
Nearly five years after several international organizations observed the last general election and made a series of recommendations to the Christie administration, none of them have been implemented. Observers from several of those organizations wil...
 
 
AG ‘cries shame’ on Minnis
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday expressed her disappointment with Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ repetitive suggestions that Baha Mar “will not open anytime soon” and that the recent handing over of the...
 
 
DPM ‘not concerned’ about potential voter fraud
After it was revealed that some voters registered for the upcoming general election more than once, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said he is “not concerned” about potential voter fraud, as it all could very likely be a misunderstanding...
 
 
A fight for life
Though Dr. Wendy Stuart is unable to move or eat solid foods and has immense difficulty breathing, she is still “holding faith” as she battles the disease that interrupted her fulfilling life eight years ago. While living a healthy lifestyle tha...
 
 
Man accused of sex with boy denied bail
A judge yesterday refused bail for a 54-year-old bush medicine practitioner accused of having unnatural sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old boy. David McKenzie, otherwise known as Bush Man, appeared before Senior Justice Vera Watkins on a bail hea...
 
 
Armed robbery of cop case opens
The prosecution yesterday opened its case against a man accused of robbing a policeman during his morning walk. Brandon Cooper is on trial for the February 17, 2016 armed robbery of Arnold McKenzie at Pinewood Park. Cooper allegedly robbed McKenzie...
 
 
Some voters registered twice
Officials have found that some people have registered to vote for the approaching general election more than once, Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall revealed yesterday. “We have noticed that people have been registered twice, so we have to d...
 
 
‘Integrity of registration process put in question’
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday that over the last few months there has been a “considered attempt to discredit the people who work in the Parliamentary Registration Department and the whole process” and it is “...
 
 
Major gives farewell address as speaker
Announcing that it would be his last time formally communicating to the House of Assembly, Speaker of the House Dr. Kendal Major made an impassioned farewell speech at the beginning of yesterday’s sitting and implored the next government to priorit...
 
 
Roberts: More to come for Mackey
Following confirmation that Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for North Eleuthera Rickey Mackey paid the $9,591 debt he owed to the Bahamas Customs Department in taxes dating back to 2002, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts...
 
 
University of The Bahamas officials visit BTC
President of the University of The Bahamas Dr. Rodney Smith recently paid a courtesy call to Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC). While at BTC, Smith and BTC CEO Leon Williams discussed the relationship between the two entities and new possibili...
 
 
FNM MP raises CLICO, City Market plight in House
Declaring that as the Christie administration draws closer to the end of this term “matters are just pushed through this House”, Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn said yesterday it appears the government has either forgotten or is simply not motivate...
 
 
Doctors set to receive salary boost
After nearly two years of negotiations, two industrial agreements to improve doctors’ salaries were signed yesterday. The Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) signed an agreement with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Public Service, as well as an...
 
 
Guns linked to murder in 2013
Two guns seized by police shortly after the murder of Shanrio Deveaux in 2013 have been linked to his death through ballistic testing, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. While testifying at the murder trial of Judson Mackey and Tristan Deveaux, f...
 
 
Smith gets more time to find lawyer
An attorney who could be imprisoned if found guilty of contempt, was yesterday given more time to find a lawyer to represent him during the hearing. Justice Rhonda Bain last Wednesday gave Keod Smith two days to instruct counsel with respect to his ...
 
 
Doctor says NHI could work, but it has to be done right
Acting President of the Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) Dr. Macumba Millar said yesterday National Health Insurance (NHI) “could be great if done right” despite skepticism of the government proposed scheme by other physicians, specifically consultant...
 
 
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