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Cartwright: Robbery of voter registration staff disturbing
The recent robbery of several Parliamentary Registration Department personnel at the St. Barnabas Church registration station is deeply disturbing and highlights The Bahamas’ ongoing battle with a stubborn criminal element fixated on upending the B...
 
 
On the defensive
Seeking to defend his record of absence from sittings of the House of Assembly, North Abaco MP Renardo Curry said yesterday he was surprised by the figure and charged that The Nassau Guardian published the information for political reasons in an effo...
 
 
Parliamentary registration staff robbed at gunpoint
Two gunmen robbed several Parliamentary Registration Department workers at the St. Barnabas Church registration and voter’s card distribution station on Baillou Hill Road on Tuesday night, according to authorities. Police said three female staff m...
 
 
Christie pledges to meet promises
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday pledged to keep all promises he has made with respect to Parliament, including the full reporting on value-added tax (VAT) revenue, and suggested this would be done before Parliament dissolves. On the floor of...
 
 
Minnis criticizes govt over Baha Mar ‘photo op’
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday branded Baha Mar’s receipt of a temporary certificate of occupancy as nothing but a “photo op” for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), while also insisting that the FNM is n...
 
 
Employment and industrial relations bills delayed
Debate on the Employment Amendment Bill, 2017, and the Industrial Relations Amendment Bill, 2017 was put on hold until next week, to allow union members and employers an opportunity to make recommendations for additional changes to the bills, said Mi...
 
 
More air traffic controllers set to be hired
The government is set to hire 20 new air traffic controllers in the coming weeks, according to Minister of Transportation and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin, who yesterday signed a declaration of intent and a radar data-sharing agreement with the Unite...
 
 
McCartney revokes candidacy
Leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Branville McCartney yesterday issued a letter to attorney Wallace Rolle revoking his candidacy. Rolle said recently he believes the DNA “could inadvertently put the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) b...
 
 
Doctor raises alarm on ‘public health crisis’
Dr. Arlington Lightbourne, a general practitioner, yesterday urged all physicians to join him in bringing awareness to the “public health crisis” The Bahamas is now faced with due to repeated fires at the New Providence Landfill. The most recent...
 
 
No all clear yet, nearly three weeks after fire
Almost three weeks after a massive blaze at the New Providence Landfill threatened homes in nearby Jubilee Gardens, residents have still not yet received the all clear from authorities, though many of them have already returned home. National Emerge...
 
 
Jury excused in murder trial
The jury impanelled in the murder and armed robbery trial of Henley Claridge was yesterday excused until Friday. Claridge is on trial before Senior Justice Stephen Isaacs on two counts of armed robbery and a single count of murder. Prosecutors alle...
 
 
Man sentenced for armed robbery
A supreme court judge on Wednesday sentenced a 22-year-old man to five years in prison for the armed robbery of an elderly man. Jarvis Fernander, 22, was convicted of the armed robbery without the use of a gun and assault with a deadly weapon of Du...
 
 
PM: Baha Mar is all go
Branding Baha Mar’s receipt of a temporary certificate of occupancy yesterday as a milestone ahead of the project’s phased April opening, Prime Minister Perry Christie gleefully said Baha Mar “is all go, and it is all go right now”. “Let m...
 
 
Mother grieves slain 13-year-old son
Determined to meet his goals for the school year of achieving a 3.0 grade point average and passing all his national exams, 13-year-old Keishon Williams arranged to spend Saturday at his aunt’s house to use the Internet to complete his coursework a...
 
 
Mother grieves slain 13-year-old son
Determined to meet his goals for the school year of achieving a 3.0 grade point average and passing all his national exams, 13-year-old Keishon Williams arranged to spend Saturday at his aunt’s house to use the Internet to complete his coursework a...
 
 
Nottage indicates ‘last few weeks’ for voter registration
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage yesterday said the government is satisfied with the rise in registration numbers in the “last few weeks” before the general election. “We have on the computer now 142,000 registered voters; 2...
 
 
DPM defends government’s fiscal record after criticisms from Ingraham
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday labeled former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham’s assessment that the Christie administration has mismanaged the country’s economy and lacked transparency in its reporting on government finances as...
 
 
Fitzgerald: Minnis should resign when Baha Mar opens
Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday called on Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis to resign following the April 21 opening of Baha Mar. Fitzgerald’s comments came hours before CTF BM Holdings Limited, Baha Mar...
 
 
Murder suspect allegedly had gun in cell
A serious breach of security was revealed yesterday when a police officer claimed he caught a murder suspect hiding a gun in a manhole of the cell block at the Central Detective Unit (CDU). Inspector Michael Johnson was testifying in the murder tria...
 
 
Two deny gun charges
Two men accused of gun and ammunition possession have been remanded to prison. Charlton Stuart, 25, of West Street, was arrested on March 16 after police allegedly found him with a .40 pistol and 10 rounds of ammunition. He denied the charges when ...
 
 
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