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Two more murders in New Providence
A 19-year-old man was shot dead on Woods Alley, off Market Street, yesterday, police said. The victim’s grandmother identified him at the scene as Kenyari Lightbourne. Mary Owens said her grandson lived with her. She described him as a nice youn...
 
 
DPM declines to answer questions on BAMSI costs
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday refused to answer Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn on the cost of the new Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) male dormitory that was destroyed by fire more than a year and a half a...
 
 
Forty-two years for McCartney’s killer
The woman convicted of manslaughter in connection with the shooting and armed robbery of popular pharmacist Richard Kurt McCartney in 2013 could soon be reunited with her three-year-old son. Lyndera Curry was yesterday sentenced to four years’ imp...
 
 
DPM: BPL to put in place debt forgiveness plan
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday announced a “forgiving debts” plan for Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) customers without electricity supply, a plan that is reminiscent of the Ingraham administration’s electricity assistance p...
 
 
Turnquest unmoved by Symonette’s support for Butler-Turner and Sands
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest said yesterday that he is not at all moved by comments made by the party’s former deputy leader Brent Symonette regarding his full support of Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner and Senato...
 
 
Sands: Decriminalize marijuana
As many countries throughout the world, and in the region, are decriminalizing marijuana for both medical and recreational use, The Bahamas remains intransigent. Two years after the government promised to “study the matter”, marijuana remains il...
 
 
Straw market in ‘serious state of disrepair’
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said yesterday the downtown straw market requires urgent repairs because it “is in a serious state of disrepair”. “Urgent works are being carried out to avert disaster, particularly during the hurricane...
 
 
Officer testifies in Barrett’s gun smuggling trial
Police arrested the owner of a courier company after he was unable to reach a customer who had allegedly hired him to clear goods she had shipped to Freeport, Grand Bahama, from the United States, a magistrate heard. Proprietor of Sapona Imports Edw...
 
 
Recent medical school graduates to help address anticipated physician shortfalls
The recent graduation and induction of 24 new Bahamian physicians into the public healthcare workforce will help the Government of The Bahamas to proactively address an anticipated shortfall of physicians within the next 10 years. The shortfall is e...
 
 
Mitchell urges LGBT tolerance
Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell yesterday accused the Save Our Bahamas campaign of “demonizing, and dehumanizing” the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community to “frighten” Bahamians to vote against the June 7 referendum...
 
 
Gibson: Investors concerned by Rollins’ comments
Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson said yesterday that investors have expressed concern over recent comments about the government’s dealings with Chinese investors made by Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins. In the House of As...
 
 
Minnis remains confident he will win FNM race
Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday expressed confidence that he will be re-elected as leader of the Free National Movement (FNM) at its convention, set for July 27-29. Outside the House of Assembly, Minnis was asked to comment on plans by Long Island MP ...
 
 
Symonette supports Butler-Turner and Sands
Former Deputy Leader of the Free National Movement (FNM) Brent Symonette said yesterday that there is no question that, with the combination of Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner and Elizabeth hopeful Senator Dr. Duane Sands at the helm of the part...
 
 
Bimini crash bodies brought to New Providence
Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin yesterday announced that the bodies of the two men who lost their lives in a plane crash in Bimini over the weekend are being brought to New Providence. She also announced that a formal report w...
 
 
Palacious: No vote was vote against the establishment
Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious attributed the resounding no vote in the June 7 referendum to Bahamians voting against the “establishment”. Palacious described the establishment as, “anybody who is in charge of anything, any kind of leader...
 
 
Minnis: More blackouts coming
Blackouts have become commonplace on New Providence in the summer months for years, and so far this summer has been no different, but one Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) manager warns 2016 could be the worst year yet. Bahamas Electrical Utility Mana...
 
 
Gun smuggling trial begins
Freeport businessman Edward Barrett Jr. tried to contact a customer for whom he was clearing goods after law enforcement officials discovered guns and ammunition inside the shipment, a magistrate heard yesterday. Barrett, 47, who owns Sarcona Import...
 
 
Woman fined for loaded gun at CDU
A 31-year-old woman who had a loaded gun in her purse was yesterday fined $9,000 or one year’s imprisonment. Ingrid McKenzie, of Malcolm Road, drove to the Central Detective Unit on November 6, 2014 after two masked men opened fire on her Nissan T...
 
 
BNT co-hosts regional Shark Conservation Symposium
Following The Bahamas’ decision five years ago to prohibit shark fishing throughout the country, four new shark sanctuaries were declared in the Caribbean recently. The declarations came during a Shark Conservation Symposium held in St. Maarten, t...
 
 
Butler, Sands in FNM races
Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Dr. Duane Sands announced yesterday that Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner will run for the leadership of the party, while he will run for deputy leader in the FNM’s upcoming convention. But The Nassau Gua...
 
 
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