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Closing addresses in Super Value armed robbery
A jury heard closing arguments yesterday in the trial of a man accused of robbing Super Value. Don Sweeting, 31, of Knowles Drive, Bozine Town, is on trial in connection with the August 31 armed robbery of the grocery store on Baillou Hill Road. ...
 
 
Four get FNM nod
The Free National Movement (FNM) last night announced four more candidates for the next general election during a rally at its headquarters on Mackey Street. Former Deputy Commissioner of Police Marvin Dames has been ratified for Mount Moriah. Busi...
 
 
Lightbourn won’t be on FNM’s ticket
Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn confirmed last night that he will not get a nomination for the Free National Movement (FNM). The Nassau Guardian understands that the party is considering prominent businessman Dionisio D’Aguilar to run in Montagu. ...
 
 
Rollins says Long Islanders want him to run for FNM
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins indicated yesterday that Long Islanders want him to run on the Free National Movement’s (FNM) ticket for their constituency in the next general election, and he is prepared to do so. His comments came ahead of t...
 
 
Rental generation to alleviate outages
The long anticipated 40 megawatts of rental generation will be fully operational by the end of this week and are expected to alleviate power outages in New Providence, according to officials at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL). During a tour of the Blu...
 
 
Baha Mar employee payout: Take it or leave it
Claims payouts to former Baha Mar employees will be made on a “take it or leave it” basis, the committee responsible for overseeing the payout process said in its latest publication on its website. The claims committee’s website, claimsspv.n...
 
 
Gatekeepers forms political party
The Steering Committee of The People’s Movement (TPM), also known as the Gatekeepers, announced yesterday that its members have voted to form a political arm. Popular talk show host, Steve McKinney, is the committee’s acting chairman. Other memb...
 
 
Jeff Lloyd still considering election bid
Radio talk show host Jeffrey Lloyd said yesterday he’s still considering whether he will run on the Free National Movement’s (FNM) ticket for the 2017 general election. It was speculated last week that Lloyd was being vetted by the FNM, along wi...
 
 
Despite declining rate, Minnis slams govt on recent murders
Although murders are down 32 percent compared to the same period last year, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis is criticizing the government on its record on crime, suggesting it is more concerned about public relations than taking...
 
 
Potter’s Cay redevelopment to actually cost around $12 mil.
The total redevelopment of Potter’s Cay Dock will likely cost around $12 million, the government revealed in a statement yesterday. The statement, released by Bahamas Information Services, explained the Ministry of Transport and Aviation is respon...
 
 
Inmate transferred from American prison seeks reduced sentence
A judge yesterday adjourned a constitutional motion by a convicted inmate who has been transferred from an American prison to serve the remainder of his sentence at home. Maxwell Tate, 30, was initially sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment in 2...
 
 
Armed robbery convict showed violent tendencies as a youth, court told
A woman convicted of the armed robbery of Long Island resident Andrea Carroll, who was killed in 2015, exhibited violent tendencies as a youth, a Supreme Court judge heard yesterday. Justice Bernard Turner commenced the penalty phase of Daphne Knowl...
 
 
Baha Mar payout dates announced
The committee responsible for overseeing the payout of claims to former Baha Mar employees and unsecured creditors will email employees today with the details of the amounts of money they are owed. A notice published in newspapers yesterday outlined...
 
 
Baha Mar funds to be deposited by week’s end
The funds being provided by the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) to cover the claims of Baha Mar creditors and former employees should be deposited to a local bank before the end of the week, according to James Smith who represents the government ...
 
 
Bradley Roberts: Now is the time to challenge Christie
Although he is undecided whether he will seek the chairmanship position at the party’s November convention, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts indicated yesterday that now is the time for leadership aspirers in the PLP, includ...
 
 
DNA protest at BPL
Members of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) led a protest at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) yesterday morning demanding the company lower its electricity costs and provide better service to Bahamians. Just last week, BPL Corporate Communication...
 
 
Wells: Butler-Turner will still lose Long Island
Former Cabinet minister Tennyson Wells said despite Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ recent endorsement of Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner’s renomination bid, he doesn’t think Butler-Turner will secure her seat in...
 
 
Abaco immigration operations announced
The Department of Immigration announced yesterday that, as of November 1, it will be conducting checks of employers in settlements in Abaco to ensure that all employees are properly documented to live and work in The Bahamas. The department said the...
 
 
Save The Bays concerned about Committee on Privilege hearings
Save The Bays (STB) has invited international observers to attend the open hearings of the House of Assembly’s Committee on Privilege, set to begin later this month, according to the environmental group, which said it fears the committee will defy ...
 
 
466 hired at Sandals
A month after Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort made more than 600 workers redundant, 466 people have been hired as a part of its ongoing engagement process for when the resort reopens sometime in October, The Nassau Guardian can confirm. According to a...
 
 
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