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Public-private partnership in new housing development
Prime Minister Perry Christie branded the public-private partnership (PPP) between the government and Arawak Homes as a “win-win” situation as he toured the Ardastra Gardens subdivision yesterday. Christie said this is a model that should be fol...
 
 
Gray: Another year before BAMSI dorm is finished
It will take another year before the reconstruction of the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) male dormitory is completed, according to Agriculture Minister V. Alfred Gray. The building was destroyed by fire a year and a half a...
 
 
Group seeks to pressure PM to resign
Former President of The Bahamas Conference of Seventh Day Adventists Pastor Jeremiah Duncombe is urging Bahamians to boycott all government events until Prime Minister Perry Christie resigns. The Gatekeepers, a new group, has released a three-phase ...
 
 
‘Pilot was not licensed’
An investigation into a plane crash that killed two people on Bimini last Sunday revealed that the pilot did not have a license and the aircraft was not in airworthy condition, according to the investigator in charge of the Bahamas Air Accident Inves...
 
 
Bethel joins calls for PM to go
Add Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Carl Bethel to the list of those who are calling on Prime Minister Perry Christie to resign. Bethel insisted yesterday that Christie should follow British Prime Minister David Cameron’s lead and “bear the...
 
 
Suspect turns himself in after alleged escape
A man being detained at the Wulff Road Police Station on a firearms charge escaped custody late Sunday night, police said. The suspect was identified as Ramon Selva, 20. However, police reported that Selva turned himself in at the Central Detective...
 
 
Cash: Dissenting MPs should still get nominations
The six FNM MPs who have expressed a “loss of confidence” in Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, should be allowed to seek nominations whether or not Minnis is re-elected leader at the party’s convention next month, according...
 
 
Court of Appeal rejects Nygard bid to recuse judge
A Supreme Court judge yesterday got the green light to continue judicial review proceedings against fashion mogul Peter Nygard after an appellate court rejected an application for recusal. Nygard’s attorney Elliot Lockhart, QC, failed to convince ...
 
 
Attempted murder suspect was arrested for less serious offense
A man on trial for attempted murder was initially told he was wanted for a less serious offense, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. During his testimony, Sergeant Arnold Strachan Jr. said that he arrested Alexander Goodman in reference to the sho...
 
 
DNA to campaign on marijuana decriminalization
The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Young Democrats announced yesterday that the DNA would be officially including the decriminalization of marijuana in the party’s 2017 election platform. “On this particular issue, we, the youth of this part...
 
 
‘Honouring Our People’s Excellence’ at the 43rd Independence Celebrations
The Bahamas has a lot to be proud of when one considers that this small arc of islands has often produced world-class moments many times its magnitude, by citizens who are extremely talented across the board. “Honouring Our People’s Excellence...
 
 
Butler-Turner silent on bid
One week after Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Dr. Duane Sands announced that Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner intends to run for leader of the party and he will run for deputy leader, Butler-Turner yesterday refused to state her intentions....
 
 
Bethel: Butler-Turner must state intentions
Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate Carl Bethel has called on Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner to announce formally whether she intends to run for leader of the Free National Movement (FNM). Bethel was asked recently about Dr. Duane Sand...
 
 
Major drug bust
Police seized more than $1 million worth of marijuana in a quiet residential area off Tonique Williams-Darling Highway on Sunday morning and arrested two Bahamian men. According to police, the marijuana is valued at $1,389,000. The men, ages 41 and...
 
 
Roberts suggests no comparison with Britain
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday suggested that there is no need to compare Britain’s failed referendum with the recent Bahamian gender equality referendum because there are no parallels. On Friday, Free National ...
 
 
Moore hits at anti-Minnis MPs, says Butler-Turner won’t win
Founding father of the Free National Movement (FNM) Maurice Moore said he believes that Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner’s second attempt to run for leader of the party will be just as unsuccessful as the first. “She has got a problem,” Mo...
 
 
Surviving in the dark
Although Troy Nixon has been without electricity for one year, he says his island roots have allowed him to survive. “I give thanks to God, period,” Nixon tells The Nassau Guardian. “Because of my island background, I am able to continue in a...
 
 
BNT speaks out on recent hammerhead shark sighting at Montagu
Last week videos circulated on social media featuring a 14-foot Great Hammerhead shark off the Montagu foreshore in just inches of water. The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) would like to use this opportunity to clarify some of the confusing information...
 
 
Government workers tour national parks during World Environment Month
More than 140 employees from the Department of Environmental Health toured three national parks on New Providence recently as part of World Environment Month activities. The tour was organized by Director of Environmental Health Melanie McKenzie, in ...
 
 
REV rewards winning Bahamian team in regional culinary showdown
REV, a two-time sponsor for The Bahamas’ national culinary team in the Taste of Caribbean, has announced it will deliver complimentary REV Trio services to members of the national team in celebration of their winning performance at this year's culi...
 
 
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