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Sears would let constituencies select their own candidates
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears yesterday committed to leaving candidate selection solely up to constituency associations if he were to win the party’s leadership. The PLP will hold its first convention in...
 
 
McCartney: Christie’s ‘outstanding’ claim laughable
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney called Prime Minister Perry Christie’s recent insistence that his government has done an “outstanding job” this term and deserves to be re-elected “laughable”. McCartney said, i...
 
 
Dames: We can’t use stats to cover up high crime fear
Despite overall crime being down by 26 percent last year, over 2015, there is still “widespread fear” of the level of crime throughout the country, said Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Mount Moriah and former Deputy Commissioner of Pol...
 
 
Police chief: No evidence any officer was involved in murder convict’s escape
The investigation launched into the escape of convicted murderer Ormand Leon did not uncover any evidence that any police officer was involved in that matter, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade said. Responding to a Nassau Guardian media inqu...
 
 
Sandals Foundation donates 32 computers to Sandilands Primary School
With the recent destructive and disruptive passage of Hurricane Matthew in the islands of The Bahamas, schools, communities and businesses have tried as best as possible to expedite the rebuilding and recuperation process. Sandilands Primary School h...
 
 
New insect species discovered at Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve on Eleuthera
A new species of insect has been discovered at the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve in Governor’s Harbour, the Bahamas National Trust’s (BNT) first national park on Eleuthera. The insect is a katydid and belongs to the same group as grasshoppers a...
 
 
Milo Butler Distributors backs Red Cross, HeadKnowles relief efforts
Bahamians still impacted by the effects of Hurricane Matthew will benefit from a recent donation by Milo Butler Distributors. The wholesale grocer partnered with the Bahamas Red Cross and the HeadKnowles hurricane relief group, giving food supplies v...
 
 
$200m project for Ocean Cay
The government and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) yesterday broke ground on what is expected to be a more than $200 million transformation of Ocean Cay, just off Bimini, into a cruise port, boutique hotel, marine park and Bahamian cultural and ...
 
 
Former PM insists he never thought of returning
In his first public statement since last July, former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham reiterated yesterday that at no time did he contemplate seeking a return to frontline politics after he retired in 2012. “I have never revisited the decision nor ...
 
 
FNM Exuma assoc. executives say they want Bowe
A press release signed by a majority of the executive team of the Free National Movement’s (FNM) Exuma & Ragged Island Constituency Association issued yesterday insisted the body has the utmost confidence in Navarro Bowe, who was ratified last ...
 
 
McCartney on DNA feud: We move on
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney said the news of businessman Ethric Bowe’s resignation as the party’s candidate for Southern Shores because of his personal beef with DNA Pinewood candidate Lincoln Bain was “unexp...
 
 
DPM’s intentions ahead of PLP convention still unclear
As Prime Minister Perry Christie gears up for a leadership challenge at the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) convention at the end of this month, there remains lingering questions about who else may join the race. One such individual who has long...
 
 
Voter register numbers growing, but still far behind last cycle
Extended hours, increased outreach and repeated reminding from political figures of the need for people to register to vote seems to have helped voter registration somewhat in the past two months; however, the number of registered voters is still now...
 
 
Multiple vehicle police chase ends with two shot
A high-speed chase involving multiple police and the suspects of a shooting took place throughout several areas of New Providence yesterday, ending in two of the suspects being shot, one crashing his motorcycle and two others evading police. The ord...
 
 
Roberts tells Duncombe stick to religion
After leader of the Gatekeepers Pastor Jeremiah Duncombe confirmed that his group was in talks with Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner with a view to forming a coalition, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts sugges...
 
 
Collie: PM eager for another term
Prime Minister Perry Christie said Sunday his administration has done an excellent job governing and deserves to be re-elected, however Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie believes while Christie is “eager for another term”, Baham...
 
 
World relays about three months away
The year 2017 is expected to be a grand one for sports in The Bahamas, and topping the list of major events coming to these shores are the Commonwealth Youth Games, the FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) Beach Soccer World Cup, a...
 
 
Tensions over FNM’s Exuma pick
The Free National Movement (FNM) is investigating a complaint filed by former FNM Minister Phenton Neymour that the letter from the party’s Exuma association that claimed 28-year-old Navarro Bowe was its choice to run in that constituency contained...
 
 
Two more murders
Police are appealing to the public for information to assist in their investigations into three separate shooting incidents that left two men dead and another in hospital. In the first incident, shortly before 9 p.m. on Friday, a man was standing at...
 
 
PM: My colleagues bitch and complain
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday spoke about the challenges and responsibilities of his leadership, noting that even as he tries to work in the best interest of Bahamians, he has to deal with his own colleagues who “bitch and complain”. ...
 
 
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