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AML to distribute 10,000 reusable shopping bags on Earth Day
AML Foods Ltd. is helping The Bahamas “go green” this Earth Day. On Friday, April 22, the company will distribute 10,000 reusable shopping bags during the launch of the Bring Your Own Bag (BYOB) initiative at its grocery outlets in Nassau and Fre...
 
 
REV and HBO to give ultimate Game of Thrones experience to one lucky fan
REV is gearing up for the highly-anticipated sixth season premiere of Game of Thrones by giving an HBO subscriber and a friend the chance to experience the world of Westeros up close and in person. Through the Game of Thrones promotion, REV and HBO w...
 
 
Road Fever parade to proceed as originally planned
The Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) and the Bahamas Carnival Band Owners Association (BCBOA) are pleased to announce the official route for the 2016 Road Fever street parade, a signature event of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival. The BNFC and t...
 
 
‘Facts do not support pastors’
As pastors against the fourth question in the approaching constitutional referendum were praying in Rawson Square last night for success in their efforts, the government-backed YES Bahamas campaign upped its push, insisting in a statement that the fa...
 
 
Munroe: Don’t use public funds for referendum campaigns
Public money should not be used to fund any side of the issue in the approaching constitutional referendum, Wayne Munroe, QC, said yesterday. “Either you don’t fund any, and that’s my view,” Munroe said, “or you fund in matching terms, vot...
 
 
Galanis: ‘Vote no’ effort a distraction
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Philip Galanis said yesterday the “vote no” campaign launched by several pastors opposed to bill number four in the upcoming constitutional referendum, is “a distraction from what the referendum is in...
 
 
Save The Bays hits at FNM
Save The Bays (STB) — the environmental group at the center of a firestorm involving billionaire hedge-fund manager Louis Bacon — has taken aim at the Free National Movement (FNM), expressing disappointment that the FNM has in its view failed to ...
 
 
Bell: FNM had best intentions in crime fight
Despite previously blaming the Ingraham administration for the high rate of crime in The Bahamas, Senator Keith Bell yesterday acknowledged that successive governments, including the opposition attempted to address crime and deep-seated societal prob...
 
 
Palacious: Referendum hard to call
Archdeacon James Palacious said yesterday that with the religious community “very divided” on the gender equality referendum, it is difficult to predict whether the June 7 vote will be successful despite the government’s bipartisan approach. P...
 
 
AG: Conviction rates up
After touting during the opening of the legal year in January that conviction rates more than doubled since the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) took office in 2012, Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday told the Senate that rates have ris...
 
 
YES Bahamas will ‘explain’ why bill four won’t bring gay marriage
Senate President Lady Sharon Wilson, who co-chairs the YES Bahamas campaign, said though she is concerned that the Vote No campaign announced on Sunday has opposed constitutional referendum bill number four due to concerns about same-sex marriage, he...
 
 
2015-2016 murder count almost identical
The murder count for 2016 is nearly keeping pace with the record murder count for 2015. At this point last year there were 41 murders. With the death of a gunshot victim over the weekend, the murder count climbed to 40. Police reported that a man w...
 
 
Pathologist testifies in murder trial
A young man bled to death as the result of gunshot wounds to the stomach and chest, according to forensic pathologist Dr. Caryn Sands. She was testifying in the murder trial of Jamal Morley on Monday. He is accused of the March 2013 shooting death ...
 
 
Judge rejects resentencing bid for life in prison
A Supreme Court judge on Monday rejected an application by a man who challenged the constitutionality of his life sentence, dismissing the application as an abuse of process. Sheldon Alleyne was sentenced to four counts of life imprisonment for atte...
 
 
Pastors urge no vote
Several pastors who led the ‘Vote No’ campaign ahead of the 2013 gambling referendum have formed a similar group called “Save Our Bahamas” and are urging Bahamians to reject the fourth question on the June 7 referendum, which would provide fo...
 
 
Association doubts NHI is doable in six months
The Bahamas Association of Primary Care Physicians (BAPCP) has expressed “serious concerns” over the rollout of the primary healthcare phase of National Health Insurance (NHI). Speaking on behalf of the BAPCP, Vice President Dr. Carnille Farquha...
 
 
Veteran Rotarian shot in home
The family and friends of veteran Rotarian Charles “Charlie” McCartney are appealing for blood donations after the retired lawyer was shot several times in his home early Saturday morning. Police said a man armed with a handgun broke into McCart...
 
 
String of armed robberies in New Providence
Police are investigating a string of armed robberies that occurred on New Providence in recent days. Police said a woman was standing outside her home on Hill Crest Drive, off Baillou Hill Road, just before 9 a.m. on Friday when a man armed with a k...
 
 
McWeeney: Much work ahead to address misconceptions
Months ahead of the planned gender equality referendum, Constitutional Commission Chairman Sean McWeeney has insisted that based on the many misconceptions still surrounding the four bills it is clear there is still a lot of work to be done. McWeene...
 
 
Prisoner escape probe not yet concluded
The investigation into how convicted murderer Ormand Leon escaped from a police van earlier this year is almost complete, according to a senior police official. Leon, 26, who was shackled and cuffed to another murder suspect, somehow freed himself f...
 
 
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