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Newborn found alive in bushes
Police said a newborn boy found in bushes in southwestern New Providence Friday morning was healthy and had reached full term. Area residents discovered the abandoned baby, who still had his umbilical cord attached, after they said they heard crying...
 
 
Groundbreaking for new school on Grand Bahama
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis Wednesday announced the groundbreaking and contract signing of the new $12 million junior high school to be built in western Grand Bahama. “We are now entering into two contracts to undertake works to build...
 
 
Murder accused identified in court
Three separate witnesses identified Deangelo Adderley as one of the gunmen on the scene of a murder and attempted murder, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. Lynden Prosper, Denard Davis, and Deangelo Adderley are on trial for the November 3, 2010...
 
 
Marine has to present defense
A magistrate has ruled that a marine accused of causing harm to three Inagua residents during a bar room brawl on the island has a case to answer. Able Seaman Olishavon Armbrister, 30, of Seagull Gardens, is accused of causing harm to Romeo Durham, ...
 
 
‘PM misled on Baha Mar’
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday accused the government of misleading the public to have Bahamians believe that all contractors who worked on the Baha Mar project would receive some, if not all, of the money owed to the...
 
 
Butler-Turner: Payout process has turned into a circus
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday charged that Prime Minister Perry Christie’s much-touted deal for Bahamians to be paid money owed by Baha Mar companies in liquidation has turned into a “circus”, after it was revealed that those r...
 
 
Privilege committee hearings to be public
Chairman of the House’s Committee on Privilege and Mount Moriah MP Arnold Forbes said yesterday that hearings held by the committee will be open to the public and are expected to begin in about two weeks. The first committee meeting was held yeste...
 
 
Man cleared of sex with minor charge
The prosecution on Thursday offered no evidence against a 35-year-old man accused of the sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl. Prosecutors alleged that Kenol Petit-Homme had unlawful sexual intercourse with the child in September 2012. However, th...
 
 
McCartney: People still trying to make DNA/FNM coalition happen
Although talks about a Free National Movement (FNM)/Democratic National Alliance (DNA) coalition have faded from the headlines, DNA Leader Branville McCartney asserted there is a contingent of individuals that has continued to attempt to “broker”...
 
 
Teen acquitted of attempted murder
A 17-year-old male has been cleared of the attempted murder of a man twice his age. After deliberating for about an hour on Thursday, the jury foreman said the acquittal was unanimous. However, after examining the verdict sheet, Acting Justice Joya...
 
 
Report: Dames, D’Aguilar, Humes to be floated as FNM candidates
Former Deputy Commissioner of Police Marvin Dames, businessman Dionisio D'Aguilar and former Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Chairman Mark Humes were expected be recommended to the FNM’s Candidates Committee last night, The Nassau Guardian under...
 
 
PM met with investors in London on Grand Bahama
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday revealed that while on a trip to London last week, he and other members of the government met with investors about the development of Grand Bahama. “We were meeting with people who had these multibillion-dol...
 
 
Prince Hall Grand Lodge hosts successful blood drive
Sunday past was a very special day for the members of Prince Hall Grand Lodge. On September 4 they hosted a blood drive at their Kemp Road temple. The blood drive was organized by the “Friends of the Blood Bank” organization, which praised the g...
 
 
Paradise Games donates over 600 uniforms to E.P. Roberts Primary
The Paradise Games family was proud to announce its philanthropic approach to this year's back-to-school initiative for which the students at E.P. Roberts Primary were the greatest beneficiaries. For the past (2015-2016) school year, Paradise Games ...
 
 
BPL on the brink
After days of rolling blackouts, following a summer of power cuts, that outraged Bahamians, Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard yesterday warned that Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) is now “at the end of the line”. And d...
 
 
Ingraham: Rental generation to alleviate blackouts
Nearly four months after Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) officials contended that the company may have to bring in more rented power to address summer demand and prevent rolling blackouts, the 40 megawatts of rented power generation have yet to be inst...
 
 
BCA: Seek arbitration over CCA claims
Now that it has been revealed that the Baha Mar creditors payouts won’t include contractors who did work for China Construction America Bahamas Ltd. (CCA) on the $3.5 billion project, president of the Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) Leonard ...
 
 
Murders drop 32 percent
With less than four months remaining in the year, murders in The Bahamas as of September 6, 2016 were down significantly from the count recorded in the same period last year. There were 100 murders recorded during this period last year, compared to ...
 
 
Suspicion over jobs program
Shadow Minister of Labour Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday called the limited details publicized on the Christie administration’s $22 million jobs program “suspicious”. Butler-Turner was asked for comment on the topic after The Nassau Guardian ...
 
 
Zika awareness for shantytown residents
Following two more confirmed cases of the Zika virus here in the capital, Red Cross Bahamas officials yesterday visited the Blazenblay shantytown in Carmichael Road to educate residents on awareness and prevention of the virus. Senior Medical Office...
 
 
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