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NAGB announces three exciting new exhibitions
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is pleased to announce the official opening of its three newest exhibitions: EN MAS’: Carnival, Junkanoo and Performance Art of the Caribbean; Genesis: The beginning of souls in time; and From Columbus...
 
 
Dasani & Coca-Cola team up to sponsor 63rd National Family Island Regatta
Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), local producer of Coca-Cola, has always strived to be ever present in the community through donations and participation. This year is no different as CBC announces its continued support of the National Family Island ...
 
 
Speaker finds judge's order an abuse
Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major today dismissed as a breach of parliamentary privilege an order handed down by Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles last Thursday instructing MPs not to release emails of Save The Bays (STB) members. ...
 
 
‘A waste of time’
Former Court of Appeal President Dame Joan Sawyer has described the approaching constitutional referendum as a “waste of time” and said if she does vote she would vote no. While admitting that she has not yet seen the questions, Dame Joan said t...
 
 
Ministers: We will not be silenced
Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell and Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said they will continue to speak freely and will not be deterred by a court injunction, which prohibits appropriating, publishing or disclosing emails, even in Parl...
 
 
Rollins calls for FNM unity
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins said while many Bahamians are dissatisfied with the Christie administration and are looking for a viable alternative, the Free National Movement (FNM) must begin to work together more effectively in order to dispel...
 
 
Man stabbed to death
A man died after he was stabbed during an altercation with another man in Morgan’s Bluff, Andros, shortly after 2 a.m. yesterday, police said. A suspect was taken into custody over the incident. The killing marks the 41st murder for 2016. This t...
 
 
Moss hits at Ellis’ statement; launches ‘Think, Bahamas’
Pastor Cedric Moss of Kingdom Life Church said yesterday that Bishop Neil Ellis’ suggestion that it is “unacceptable and un-Christ-like” for anyone to deny Bahamians’ rights by voting “no” on the June 7 referendum “betrays his lack of u...
 
 
Marine arrested after reports of gunshots
Officers arrested a Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine on Friday after receiving reports of gunshots on Emanuel Way, off Soldier Road. According to police, officers on patrol around 1 p.m. received reports of gunshots and based on information...
 
 
Moss hits at Ellis’ statement; launches ‘Think, Bahamas’
Officers arrested a Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine on Friday after receiving reports of gunshots on Emanuel Way, off Soldier Road. According to police, officers on patrol around 1 p.m. received reports of gunshots and based on information...
 
 
Ride for Hope bike-a-thon returning to Eleuthera
Ride for Hope has announced that it is going back to its roots for its 10th anniversary charity bike-a-thon. Scheduled for Saturday, 18 February, the 2017 event will be hosted, once again, in Eleuthera. “We’re excited to be returning to Eleuther...
 
 
Meridian students learn about paper shredding, recycling
In the lead up to Earth Day on April 22, students from The Meridian School toured Sunryse Information Management’s paper shredding warehouse on Bacardi Road. The primary purpose of the field trip, organized by school officials and the team at Sunr...
 
 
REV delivers major Internet increases for free to triple play subscribers
Broadband Internet in The Bahamas will get a whole lot faster for subscribers that have TV, internet and phone services from REV, (or, triple play services the company calls Trio) beginning today. The communications company announced that it has laun...
 
 
Miller scorches Save Our Bahamas
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller is certain “you will never see legal same-sex marriage in The Bahamas in this lifetime” and has dismissed religious leaders promoting a no vote in the upcoming gender equality referendum as “simply putting foolishnes...
 
 
Tynes outlines concerns about referendum bill two
Attorney Harvey Tynes, QC, yesterday asserted that his belief is that bill two should be the main concern in the upcoming gender equality referendum. Article 10 of the constitution, which bill two seeks to alter, currently allows the foreign wife of...
 
 
Witness in BEC bribery trial admits violating agreement
A man who claimed he played a role in ensuring Alstom Power, formerly ABB Generacion, was awarded contracts by the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) admitted today that he violated a clause in his consultancy agreement with Alstom forbidding the ...
 
 
Bethel: LGBT activist turnaround suspect
Pastor Lyall Bethel, who is part of the group that formed the vote no campaign ‘Save Our Bahamas’, said yesterday that he believes human rights activist Erin Greene’s decision to vote no on referendum bill four is “suspect”. Bethel, who is...
 
 
Pintard denies defying Minnis
Former Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard said yesterday that when Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis warned him against meeting with two men, who have been identified in court documents as gang members at the center of an alleged...
 
 
Farrington: Entire BEC board rejected Alstom’s bid
The Free National Movement (FNM) Cabinet asked the board of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) to reconsider its decision to award an expansion contract to a Korean company over Alstom S.A., formerly ABB Generacion, a Supreme Court jury heard ...
 
 
Sears, Griffin get PLP nod
Former Minister of Education and Attorney General Alfred Sears has formally made a return to frontline politics after being ratified by the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) to run again in Fort Charlotte, 10 months after Dr. Andre Rollins, who won the...
 
 
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