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Another man shot dead
A man was found shot to death on Kingston Street, opposite Kemp Road Union Baptist Church, police reported yesterday evening. Details were sketchy but police said the man had multiple gunshot wounds. He was not identified. The shooting happened hou...
 
 
Police chief: No progress in ‘murder plot’ probe
Ten months after he announced that police were probing matters related to an alleged murder plot targeting members of the environmental group Save The Bays (STB), Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade told reporters yesterday the probe is “not ...
 
 
AG: Conviction rate doubled since 2012
The conviction rate in The Bahamas has doubled since 2012, according to Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Allyson Maynard-Gibson. In an address at the opening of the legal year yesterday, Maynard-Gibson said “the new process for the r...
 
 
PM: Govt has done outstanding job
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday insisted that his government has done an “outstanding job” this term and deserves to be re-elected. “We are observers as a government of what is happening in the country,” said Christie at the Office o...
 
 
Bain among nine new candidates named by DNA
After being denied the Free National Movement’s (FNM) nomination for Pinewood, talk show host Lincoln Bain, who protested outside the FNM’s headquarters along with his supporters in November, was last night named among nine candidates rolled out ...
 
 
FNM names candidates for Exuma and MICAL
The Free National Movement (FNM) last night ratified Navarro Bowe for Exuma and Ragged Island, and Miriam Reckley-Emmanuel for MICAL. In a statement, FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said, as members of the FNM’s ‘change team’, they will help ensu...
 
 
Marion Bethel: Palacious’ comments offensive
Attorney, celebrated author and member of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) Marion Bethel yesterday criticized recent comments made by Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious that “bla...
 
 
Greenslade warns on looms
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday warned participants of “looms” that “nothing is free”. A loom is a trending suspected Bahamian-based Ponzi scheme in which people are asked to contribute $100 with the promise of getting $8...
 
 
Chief justice weighs in on Charles criticism
As he referenced recent criticism of Justice Indra Charles for a court ruling last year, Chief Justice Sir Hartman Longley said yesterday no one should try to demonize “judges who are doing their best” as he called for people to accept the princi...
 
 
‘Black people breed too much’
Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious said yesterday black people are “recycling poverty” by having too many children they cannot afford. While speaking to hundreds of people at the Southern Recreation Grounds after the 50th Majority Rule Day marc...
 
 
We March storms Bay Street
Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of majority rule, but for the hundreds of Bahamians who participated in the second We March Bahamas event in Downtown Nassau, there was little, if anything, to be jubilant about. Participants used the event to h...
 
 
PM: I will pass baton when time is right
Amid calls for his resignation from numerous politicians and community figures, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that he would “pass the baton” when the time is right. While speaking at the Southern Recreation Grounds after the 50th ...
 
 
Nearly 10,000 hurricane-impacted homes assessed
Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson said on Monday that the door-to-door assessments of homes impacted by Hurricane Matthew are “virtually complete, and nearly 10,000 assessments have been conducted”. In a communication to Par...
 
 
Chipman considering run as independent
St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman confirmed to The Nassau Guardian yesterday that he is considering running as an independent in that constituency. “Over the past two weeks, a number of people have called and emailed me and come to see me in person a...
 
 
Boundaries report delayed
Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major said while he had expected the final report of the Boundaries Commission to be tabled in Parliament on Monday, “much to my disappointment”, several “unprecedented and mitigating factors”, incl...
 
 
PM defends his actions on Baha Mar
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday, despite the opinions of naysayers about the completion of Baha Mar, through the government’s efforts to resolve the crisis created when the former developer filed for bankruptcy protection, more money w...
 
 
Three more homicides
Police have reported three more homicides. A man was shot to death after 9 p.m. Monday at the rear of a home in Blue Hill Heights near a church. Police also reported that a man who was shot along with three others at Sandilands Village Road on Dece...
 
 
Some defiant marchers head to Rawson Square
More than 1,000 supporters of We March Bahamas made their way through Downtown Nassau yesterday to Pompey Square, while some pushed on to occupy Rawson and Parliament Squares as the group did on November 25. As the group arrived at Pompey Square, so...
 
 
‘I will run no matter what’
Insisting that her nomination for Long Island was “unfairly and unduly revoked”, Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner said yesterday that the people of Long Island want her to run, and she intends to do so, regardless of the “corrupt practices...
 
 
Sears calls for fair PLP election
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has no guidelines, rules and regulations governing elections within the party, according to a communication sent to PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts by leadership candidate Alfred Sears, who is proposing a set of guide...
 
 
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