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502 murders under PLP govt
There have been 502 murders in The Bahamas since the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) took office nearly four years ago, surpassing the number of murders recorded during the Free National Movement’s (FNM) five-year term. Saturday will mark the Ch...
 
 
Bacon, others file for summary judgment
Billionaire hedge fund manager Louis Bacon, who has alleged that his Lyford Cay neighbor Peter Nygard and lawyer Keod Smith plotted to have him and certain Save The Bays members killed, has asked the Supreme Court for a summary judgment in the matter...
 
 
Two officers arrested over alleged theft
Two police constables were arrested over the weekend after they were allegedly caught on camera raiding a Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) store. According to a law enforcement official, who spoke on condition of anonymity as he is not aut...
 
 
Police not probing fraud in Social Services
Police have not been called in to investigate allegations of theft against employees in the Department of Social Services. Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander, acting head of the Central Detective Unit, told The Nassau Guardian yesterday, “Noth...
 
 
Rollins: Transgender coming out has hurt referendum cause
Fort Charlotte Member of Parliament Dr. Andre Rollins said he believes that any chance of the four constitutional referendum questions being passed went out the window last week when members of the transgender community came forward demanding equal r...
 
 
Two more murders
Two men were killed on New Providence in separate incidents over the weekend, police reported. After midnight on Sunday, officers on patrol saw smoke coming from a vehicle in the former City Meat Market’s parking lot off Market Street. Inside the...
 
 
Ferguson-Pratt to be sworn in as Supreme Court judge
As Supreme Court Justice Roger Gomez demits office, former Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt will be sworn in to take his place today. Gomez will attain the mandatory retirement age of 67 in November. But he had several months of unused vacatio...
 
 
No concrete leads in McCartney shooting
Although police have questioned several suspects in the attempted murder of retired lawyer Charles “Charlie” McCartney, they have been unable to find any concrete leads into the incident. Acting head of the Central Detective Unit Chief Superinte...
 
 
AG’s office clarifies legal points ahead of referendum
On June 7, 2016, Bahamians will participate in a referendum in which they will be asked to vote on four amendments to our nation’s Constitution. Many Bahamians have sought clarification on legal questions that have arisen in the course of debate r...
 
 
Genesis Warhawks to compete in the ‘A’ category
After winning the ‘B’ category in the 2016 New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade, the Genesis Warhawks has moved to compete in the ‘A’ category. Genesis will now go head to head with Junkanoo giants the Valley Boys, the Shell Saxons Superstars, O...
 
 
Bahamian Luke Maillis sets national records during freediving competition
Bahamian Luke Maillis set three national records in freediving at the ninth annual Vertical Blue Freediving Competition held at Dean’s Blue Hole in Long Island last week. Maillis dove to a depth of 37 meters or 121 feet in one minute 45 seconds in...
 
 
Ten new ambulances arrive for PHA
Ten new ambulances arrived in the capital yesterday. The new 2016 Ford E-350 emergency vehicles were procured at a cost of $1,401,187. The emergency service vehicles are the first instalment of twenty-five (25) new ambulances allocated as part of th...
 
 
Lyford Cay Foundations award grant to support children with cancer
As a part of its ongoing commitment to support Bahamian non-profits providing learning opportunities to the community, Lyford Cay Foundations recently gave a $5,000 grant to The Cancer Society of The Bahamas to assist in funding the Freedom Kids Prog...
 
 
Injunction still in place
The controversial injunction handed down by Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles prohibiting MPs from disclosing emails belonging to members of the environmental group Save The Bays remains in place and May 12 and 13 have been set to hear the substant...
 
 
‘Remove Junkanoo from carnival’
President of the Bahamas Carnival Band Owners Association Dario Tirelli said yesterday the association is going to advocate to “remove Junkanoo from carnival” as he thinks the festivals are two completely different things and including “Junkano...
 
 
Munroe to jury: Reject mindset blacks are crooked
Wayne Munroe, QC, urged jurors in the Fred Ramsey bribery trial yesterday to reject the mindset that “black people [are] crooked” and to look carefully at what he said are “irregularities” in evidence presented. Ramsey, a former Bahamas Elec...
 
 
Save Our Bahamas says don’t demonize Dame Joan
The pastors behind the Save Our Bahamas campaign have defended former Court of Appeal President Dame Joan Sawyer who was widely criticized over her admission that she had not read the four constitutional amendment questions and if she were to vote, s...
 
 
Baha Mar’s potential impact again highlighted as new GDP figures released
An official at the Department of Statistics reiterated yesterday the positive impact Baha Mar will have on the economy once it opens. But when Baha Mar will open remains a mystery exactly 10 months after its developer filed for bankruptcy protection...
 
 
Bahamas GDP up 2.74% (current prices) in 2015
The gross domestic product (GDP) of The Bahamas grew by 2.74 percent using current prices, according to preliminary figures released yesterday by the National Accounts Section of the Department of Statistics. The GDP is the monetary value of all the ...
 
 
AG challenges injunction
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday confirmed that her office has filed to set aside a Supreme Court injunction, which seeks to prohibit respondents, including Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald, Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell and the attorney ge...
 
 
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