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Mitchell explains why govt did not evacuate students from Cuba
Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell yesterday explained that though the government of The Bahamas urged the Cuban government to evacuate Bahamian students studying in the eastern part of Cuba to a safer area, its attempts were unsuccessful due to ...
 
 
BPL preparing for storm
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) said yesterday that it is making every effort to prepare for the impact of Hurricane Matthew and will closely monitor the weather system as it draws closer to The Bahamas, to ensure service is maintained until it becomes...
 
 
Long Is. MP commends govt, still has concerns as storm nears
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner has expressed concern that some of her constituents are not fully prepared for the category four storm expected to hit The Bahamas today. Long Island was one of the islands that was devastated by the catastrophic...
 
 
Rape convict disagrees with lawyer on line of appeal
A man sentenced to 43 years in prison for a home-invasion and rape could end up representing himself at his appeal if he and his lawyer do not reach a consensus. Attorney Ryszard Humes sought to withdraw from the matter of Oscar Ingraham yesterday, ...
 
 
Glinton granted leave to appeal to Privy Council on contempt matter
A senior lawyer found guilty of contempt was yesterday granted leave to appeal the finding to the Privy Council. Maurice Glinton, QC, was held in contempt last year after he challenged the make up of the appellate tribunal as one of its members, Jus...
 
 
Long Island bracing for Matthew
Residents of Long Island are battening down their homes and stocking their shelves in preparation for Hurricane Matthew, the category four storm expected to impact The Bahamas today. As of 9 a.m. yesterday, a hurricane watch was in effect for the is...
 
 
Christie urges Bahamians to take threat of Matthew seriously
Prime Minister Perry Christie today urged residents to take the warnings of Hurricane Matthew seriously.Today, the government began evacuations from islands like Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Island.  Met officials expect between Tuesday and...
 
 
Taking aim
Hurricane Matthew was maintaining its category four status late last night as it barreled toward Jamaica and Haiti, and is projected to begin impacting The Bahamas as early as tomorrow. With the powerful storm packing winds up to 145 miles per hour,...
 
 
As Matthew threatens, many crowd local stores
In recent years, New Providence has been spared hurricane wrath, but many residents are taking no chances as Matthew remains a major threat with a projected path that could see it reaching Bahamian territory as early as tomorrow. While seeking to be...
 
 
Chipman opts out
St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman has decided to hang up his political hat at the end of his only term as a member of Parliament. Chipman announced in a statement yesterday that he will not seek a re-nomination from the Free National Movement (FNM), as...
 
 
Search for missing boater
A 25-year-old man was missing after a boat he was on collided with a defense force vessel in Nassau Harbour on Saturday night, authorities said. The man was identified as Christopher Turnquest. The defense force said last night it was searching for...
 
 
Fear, anxiety for islands still recovering from Joaquin
As Hurricane Matthew churned closer to The Bahamas, fear and anxiety were setting in nearly one year to the day that Hurricane Joaquin devastated parts of The Bahamas. “Persons are still here and forging forward and trying to fully recover, but as...
 
 
FNM leader side steps questions on Chipman
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday refused to directly address issues raised by St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman in a statement he released announcing that he is not seeking a re-nomination from the FNM. In his statement, ...
 
 
Minnis to gov’t: Turn down reported request for work permits for Baha Mar
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has called on the government to turn down the applications for work permits reportedly made by China Construction America (CCA) for laborers, given the number of unemployed Bahamians in the countr...
 
 
Butler-Turner: Govt dropped the ball on rebuilding after storm
One year after Hurricane Joaquin ravaged the southern Bahamas, Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner said the government “dropped the ball” on rebuilding efforts. Butler-Turner was responding to criticisms that she had done very little since last...
 
 
Hurricane Matthew strengthens
Hurricane Matthew grew into a category 4 storm Friday, packing winds up to 140 miles per hour as it barrelled toward Jamaica and Cuba. Matthew will likely hit The Bahamas as a category 2 storm or stronger by Tuesday morning, the National Hurricane Ce...
 
 
DNA reveals governance plans
Newly reelected Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney last night outlined the party’s plans to overhaul The Bahamas from what the DNA leader described as the “verge of collapse”. Calling for an overhaul of the country...
 
 
No injuries in Long Island crash landing
According to the Department of Civil Aviation, a Southern Air Charter flight crash-landed in Deadman’s Cay, Long Island yesterday. The flight, which came from Nassau, was carrying nine passengers, none of whom were injured in the crash. Inspector...
 
 
PM: Baha Mar to move fast and furious
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday hinted at an announcement regarding Baha Mar that he said will “provide full affirmation and confirmation of my expressions of confidence” surrounding the derailed development which the government expects t...
 
 
Teenager shot dead, four others injured
Several gunmen in a Honda Accord opened fire on a group of people playing dominoes outside a home in Sunset Park on Thursday night, killing a teenager and injuring four men, according to authorities. Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean s...
 
 
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