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Minnis: Lightbourn ignored speech vetting request
Leader of the Official Opposition Dr. Hubert Minnis told Parliament yesterday that Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn failed to submit his Free National Movement (FNM) convention speech for vetting after being asked to do so. Minnis made the revelation a...
 
 
Minnis outlines anti-corruption plan
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday released what he called his anti-corruption plan “for a new and better Bahamas”. The plan outlines measures previously articulated by Minnis. “At the very outset of their adminis...
 
 
Death penalty sought in murder case
The prosecution wants a judge to impose the death penalty on a man convicted of murder and attempted murder during an armed robbery. Shakatoure Thompson, 27, showed no emotion when the jury returned unanimous verdicts on all counts yesterday in rela...
 
 
Concern over reports Sandals to close temporarily
While there was no official statement from the government yesterday on the reported plan to close Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort for two months, grave concern was expressed from other quarters. Trade Union Congress (TUC) President Obie Ferguson said ...
 
 
Grant resigns as leader of opposition business in House
Central Grand Bahama M.P. Neko Grant today resigned as leader of opposition business in the House of Assembly. Just before the lunch break, Grant told Parliament "Given the events of the past few weeks and my leader's disappointment in my service in...
 
 
‘I am not for sale’
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner declared yesterday that she is not for sale and confirmed that she has made no decision on whether she will run again in her constituency. “There were a lot of offers on the table and I want to state emphatical...
 
 
Fitzgerald ordered to pay $150K in privacy case
Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles ruled yesterday that Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald breached the constitutional right to privacy of members of the environmental group Save The Bays (STB) when he disclosed their private emails and financial details...
 
 
Fitzgerald: I acted legally
Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald insisted yesterday that he acted within the law when he obtained the emails of Save The Bays (STB) members, which he then read in the House of Assembly. Fitzgerald spoke to reporters not long after Supreme Court Justice...
 
 
Reports: Sandals to close until Oct.
Government officials were last night investigating reports that Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort is closing its doors until October. A letter signed by Gary C. Sadler, senior vice president of sales at Unique Vacations, Inc., advising of the closure ci...
 
 
Ingraham: Christie is the best person to lead the PLP
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham believes Prime Minister Perry Christie is the best man to lead the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) into the next general election. “The truth of the matter is, whatever is said about Christie, there is none ...
 
 
Mitchell: Lightbourn should be sanctioned for comments
Fox Hill MP and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell believes Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn should be sanctioned for his statements regarding the forced sterilization of certain unwed mothers and that Lightbourn should “not r...
 
 
Man murdered on Grand Bahama
A 46-year-old man was found dead with multiple stab wounds on Grand Bahama yesterday, police reported. Police said they were called to an apartment complex on Drake Avenue shortly after 3:00 a.m., where they discovered a man lying on the ground. Wh...
 
 
Man arraigned for armed robbery and murder
Police believe that they solved the murder of a man during an armed robbery in April. Charlton Williamson, 22, of Carmichael Road, appeared before Acting Deputy Chief Magistrate Constance Delancy yesterday charged with the April 6 murder and armed r...
 
 
Watson: Minnis will need all FNMs
Now that Dr. Hubert Minnis has retained his post as Free National Movement (FNM) leader, former Deputy Prime Minister Frank Watson believes that Minnis should not alienate the six MPs who expressed a lack of confidence in his leadership, as he “wil...
 
 
Couple convicted of criminal libel
A married couple who published nude photographs of the husband’s former mistress have been convicted of intentional libel. Angelito Cayetano and April Cayetano, who are originally from the Philippines and now live in Mount Pleasant Village, posted...
 
 
Govt responds to Supreme Court parliamentary privilege ruling
Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles’ ruling that Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald breached the constitutional right to privacy of the environmental group Save The Bays (STB) when he read its private emails in Parliament is “wrong on the facts an...
 
 
Rotarian and Olympian Sir Durward Knowles celebrates 40th anniversary of club’s formation
At 98 years old, Sir Durward Knowles was not going to miss celebrating the anniversary of the Rotary Club he helped establish 40 years ago on July 19, 1976. When new clubs are established, Rotary International grants them their charter. On Wednesday...
 
 
Ecological camping on Andros with the BNT
Forty Bahamian teenagers from nine islands enjoyed six days of ecological camping on Andros recently, under the guidance of the Bahamas National Trust (BNT). More than 200 young people have taken part in the BNT’s summer Eco Camp program, which ha...
 
 
Judge finds Fitzgerald breached STB’s rights; orders him to pay $150,000 in damages
Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles has ruled that Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald breached the constitutional right to privacy of members of the environmental group Save The Bays (STB) when he disclosed their private emails and financial details in Pa...
 
 
FNM offers revealed
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner has been offered a renomination, the post of leader of opposition business in the House of Assembly, a prominent role in the Free National Movement’s (FNM) general election campaign and a senior position in a Mi...
 
 
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