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Govt defends U.S. advisory
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denied a suggestion that it was acting for political reasons when it issued a travel advisory on the heels of the fatal shootings of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota last week, and after five police officer...
 
 
Chipman supports decision on advisory
Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs Hubert Chipman is supporting the decision of Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell to issue an advisory for Bahamians traveling to the United States of America. The government issued the advisory on Friday in l...
 
 
Rollins wants inquiry into Baha Mar; Winder denies claims
A claim by Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins that a recent site inspection of Baha Mar by an insurer has caused the insurer to conclude the property is presently uninsurable is simply not true, Baha Mar’s receiver-manager Ray Winder said yesterda...
 
 
PLP wants BEC probe
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) yesterday renewed a call for the appointment of a parliamentary select committee to investigate matters surrounding the award of a Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) generator contract to foreign company Alstom ...
 
 
Gomez supports LBT; would not resign if Minnis wins
While she supports Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner’s bid for leader of the Free National Movement (FNM), newly sworn in FNM Senator Monique Gomez said she does not intend to resign if Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis re-emerges as leader of...
 
 
Unease for some Bahamian males living in America
Lawrence Rigby, a 26-year-old Bahamian who lives in Washington, D.C, is careful around police officers, although he’s never experienced police brutality while living in the United States. “I’m very conscious when I’m around police or not,”...
 
 
Activist says better education needed on waste management
A local environmental activist suggested over the weekend that the issue of biohazardous waste allegedly from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) making it to the New Providence landfill without being incinerated highlights a larger issue of waste manag...
 
 
No jail time for BEC bribe taker
Disgraced businessman Fred Ramsey’s poor health was the only reason the 79-year-old was not jailed for accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to steer government contracts to a French power company, a Supreme Court judge said yesterda...
 
 
Govt issues travel advisory amid U.S. violence
In light of the recent fatal shootings of two African American men by police officers in the United States (U.S.) which have sparked outrage and protests, and the apparently racially motivated killing of several police officers in Dallas Thursday nig...
 
 
Minnis expects Butler-Turner’s support after convention
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis indicated yesterday that for the good of the nation, he expects Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner and those in her camp to support him following the contest for the leadership of the party at t...
 
 
Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs’ murder conviction upheld
Three years after their convictions for the murder of an off-duty police officer, the Cort of Appeal yesterday upheld the convictions and life sentences handed down to Stephen 'Die' Stubbs, Andrew 'Yogi' Davis and Clinton 'Russ' Evans. The murder...
 
 
Rollins unsure he’ll support Butler-Turner
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins said yesterday he is not sure who he will support at the Free National Movement (FNM) convention next month. Rollins was noticeably absent from the campaign launch of Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner, who is r...
 
 
Turnquest: Lay down swords after convention
Former Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Tommy Turnquest said while he believes Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner and her running mate, Senator Dr. Duane Sands, are the best team to lead the FNM and country, both camps vying for the leadership o...
 
 
BAMSI holds first graduation exercise
Prime Minister Perry Christie hailed the graduation of the first class of the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) as an historic occasion, while pointing out that BAMSI was created by his government to reduce The Bahamas’ depen...
 
 
Cash: Minnis, Turnquest, Collie cannot unify FNM
Former Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Darron Cash said it is “abundantly clear” that Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, his deputy Peter Turnquest and FNM Chairman Sidney Collie do not have what it takes to “unify the FNM, heal the FNM...
 
 
Miller: Minnis is a friend of the small man
While openly showing his support of Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis at his official campaign launch for re-election as leader Wednesday night, Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller commended him for “sticking with those living” in the...
 
 
Traffic accident leaves one dead, another injured
A traffic fatality early yesterday morning has left one man dead and another in stable condition. According to police, the crash which involved a white Honda Accord and a black Honda Coupe, took place shortly after 7 a.m. on Tonique Williams-Darling...
 
 
Man acquitted in attempted murder trial
A Supreme Court jury on Thursday acquitted a man accused of attempted murder by a majority verdict. Jurors by a count of 8-1 did not accept the prosecution’s theory that Alexander Goodman shot Sanchez Newbold in the neck and hand on February 25, 2...
 
 
Rolle: Alcohol abuse in primary school students on the rise
The crippling effects of excessive alcohol use have ruined and are still ruining the lives of many, and according to Director of the Bahamas National Drug Council (BNDC) Dr. Bridgette Rolle, primary school students are among those abusing alcohol in ...
 
 
Bahamas National Feeding Network donates $55,000 in food vouchers
In a gathering peppered with passion and seasoned with spontaneous standing ovations, the Bahamas National Feeding Network made another dent in the fight against hunger, donating $55,000 in food vouchers to 105 churches, soup kitchens and feeding cen...
 
 
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