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Exigency order to take effect Tuesday
Prime Minister Perry Christie said at a press conference Sunday evening that an exigency order will take effect on Tuesday in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.Christie pointed out that Hurricane Joaquin, which hit parts of The Bahamas in 2015, was estim...
 
 
Fuel update
Executives of the major fuel companies that supply New Providence said at a press conference on Sunday night that there is no shortage of fuel, and therefore no need for panic. They urged New Providence residents to stop hoarding fuel and warned aga...
 
 
Matthew sparks water crisis
Central and North Andros have been suffering from a water shortage in the wake of the devastation of Hurricane Matthew, according to a press release from the Water and Sewerage Corporation Sunday morning. According to the release, numerous communiti...
 
 
Power restored to 45 percent of New Providence
CEO of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Pamela Hill said at a press conference Sunday evening that power has been restored to 45 percent of New Providence customers following Hurricane Matthew. Hills said BPL is currently focused on the following areas...
 
 
No need for panic: Sun Oil receives new shipment
Sun Oil Ltd. advised that hundreds of thousands of gallons of fuel arrived at Clifton on Sunday morning. A social media rumor that New Providence would run out of fuel due to reported damage at Clifton sparked widespread panic at service stations th...
 
 
GB, Andros devastated
Hurricane Matthew has created widespread devastation in the city of Freeport and throughout Grand Bahama, as well as North Andros. The hardest hit communities In Grand Bahama were West End, Hunters, Pinder’s Point, Lewis Yard and Eight Mile Rock a...
 
 
Matthew could return
Following the devastation of Hurricane Matthew, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday warned that the storm will likely come back and strike parts of The Bahamas again. “The bottom line is that, yes, it probability it will loop,” Christie said...
 
 
500 people rescued on New Providence
Despite repeated warnings to evacuate coastal areas of New Providence before Hurricane Matthew hit, Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said almost 500 people in the capital had to be rescued from those areas throughout the storm. Dean sai...
 
 
‘Disgusting’ criminals rob children’s primary school
Member of Parliament for Fox Hill Fred Mitchell yesterday expressed extreme disgust following reports that Sandilands Primary School was burglarized during Hurricane Matthew. Between Wednesday and Friday, the storm weaved a destructive path througho...
 
 
BPL: Outages through next week
Many residents throughout New Providence will be without electricity well into next week as Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) struggles to reenergize its power generation network post Hurricane Matthew, according to Corporate Communications Manager Arnet...
 
 
Ports to reopen today
Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) will resume operations today, the Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) said in a statement yesterday. NAD advised travellers to contact their respective airlines for flight updates. The Department of...
 
 
DPM calls for volunteers for Matthew cleanup
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works Philip Brave Davis said yesterday extreme situations from Hurricane Matthew resulted in severe damage along the southeastern coast and throughout much of the southern area of New Providence. “Regrettably...
 
 
Police deny deaths of teens during storm
There were no storm-related fatalities during the passage of Hurricane Matthew, according to a police spokesperson. Assistant Commissioner Stephen Dean told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that reports of two teens being crushed to death in their car ...
 
 
Storm surges force residents to flee
A rapid storm surge in Faith Gardens in southern New Providence forced residents to evacuate their homes this morning as Hurricane Matthew battered New Providence. Ebony Thompson, a 15-year resident of the area, spoke to The Nassau Guardian just min...
 
 
Forecasters evacuated from Forecast Office
Forecasters at the Forecast Office have been evacuated to the Nassau Airport Development Office Terminal B, as heavy winds compromised the safety of the office. Deputy Director of the Department of Meteorology Jeffrey Simmons says there has been "no...
 
 
Update on Carew Street murder
Assistant Commissioner of Police Leon Bethell said the man murdered last night on Carew Street, off Montrose Avenue, lost his life after opening his home door to someone knocking. Police reported that around 10:45 last night they responding to a cal...
 
 
Andros warned: 'Worst is yet to come'
As the eye of Hurricane Matthew gives Andros temporary reprieve, some residents have taken to the streets, despite authorities urging them to remain indoors, according to island senior administrator Ivan Ferguson. The inner eye wall is the most dang...
 
 
Matthew battering, southeast, central Bahamas, takes aim at northwest
Ian Knowles, chief councilor for Long Island, said around 10 p.m. that winds had picked up between 70 and 80 miles per hour, with light rain. Knowles said there were no reports of damage or injury at that point. “This is the most prepared I have ...
 
 
Man shot dead as Hurricane Matthew approaches
A man was shot dead on Carew Street, off Montrose Avenue, around 10:45 tonight, according to authorities. Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said details on the shooting were limited, but police were investigating. The killing comes as N...
 
 
Bahamian students asked to evacuate Florida university
Bahamian students studying at Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) in Daytona Beach, Florida, were among those asked to evacuate the school’s campus as Hurricane Matthew is expected to hit Florida by Friday morning. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs an...
 
 
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