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Man remanded on gun charge
A 27-year-old man on Friday pleaded guilty to having a loaded gun. Police arrested Allan Ezekiel Emmanuel Jr., of Coral Drive, on March 9 after they found him with a silver and black 9mm pistol. Police also seized 17 rounds of 9mm ammunition. Emma...
 
 
Web shop moratorium
It will be another decade before the government even considers expanding the web shop industry beyond a maximum of eight operators, as the Gaming Board has implemented a 10-year moratorium. In a statement yesterday, Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcom...
 
 
Many Jubilee Gardens residents still transient
After 13 years as a resident of Jubilee Gardens, Idamae Bain, 57, now suffers from pulmonary fibrosis disease. Pulmonary fibrosis is a respiratory disease in which scars are formed in the lung tissue, leading to serious breathing problems. Idamae s...
 
 
Davis responds to Hubert Minnis on Baha Mar
Amid ongoing concerns over the future of Baha Mar, its completion and its opening day, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday defended the stalled resort and hit out at Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis for recent comm...
 
 
Former wanted suspect charged in three killings
A man wanted for three separate alleged murders, in three different incidents, within three months, is now behind bars. In addition to facing multiple counts of murder, Mark McKenzie, 25, of Warrick Avenue, Blue Hill Estates, is charged with gun a...
 
 
Teen dies in Long Island traffic incident
Officers from the serious accidents and destruction team of the Traffic Division of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) were expected to travel to Long Island this morning to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a boy who was kill...
 
 
Nottage: Crime strategies paying dividends
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday the government has begun to see dividends in the fight against crime as a result of the new partnership on the ground between the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) and the Royal Baham...
 
 
Armed robbery sentencing adjourned
Sentencing for an armed robbery convict has been pushed back a week because his lawyer had to attend to an emergency. Jarvis Fernander of St. James Road was charged in the March 28, 2014 armed robbery of Dudley Martinborough, at the Bahamas Maritime...
 
 
Health experts warn dump fires are life-threatening
Health experts and environmentalists contend that recurring fires over decades at the New Providence Landfill pose a severe threat to the lives of many Bahamians, especially those residing near the dump site. While a major concern is the possible da...
 
 
Gibson hopeful customs payments will happen this month
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson said it is unfortunate that customs officers were not yet paid, after he assured them payments would be issued at the end of February. Gibson informed that back pay on uniform allowances, however, were paid by check l...
 
 
Dame Joan hits out on Baha Mar
With Bahamians still in the dark over the contents of the Baha Mar deal announced by Prime Minister Perry Christie last August, former President of the Court of Appeal Dame Joan Sawyer suggested yesterday there are no legal grounds on which it should...
 
 
Butler-Turner suggests women who demand more are demonized
A week after Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney resigned as leader of opposition business in the Senate, citing Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner’s failed leadership as the reason for vacating the post, t...
 
 
McCartney denies asking for 16 seats
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday denied a claim made by Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis that during discussions on a possible accommodation, the DNA requested that the FNM not contest 16 se...
 
 
Man convicted of manslaughter in banker’s death
A defendant cursed in apparent amazement after a jury on Wednesday found him criminally liable in the December 2015 stabbing death of 44-year-old banker Devince Smith. While Lamar Albury, 26, admitted that he stabbed Smith in his St. Alban’s Drive...
 
 
Minnis: PLP govt is not to be trusted
Although he admitted that police officers deserve all the necessary tools to assist with their battle against crime, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis is still not sold on the government’s intentions with the recently tabled Int...
 
 
MPs’ spar over shelter for Jubilee fire victims
Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday described the temporary accommodations provided by the government at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs Gymnasium for displaced residents in the aftermath of a fire at the New Providence Landfill, as dis...
 
 
‘Die’ Stubbs freed of murder abetment charge
A judge yesterday directed jurors to acquit Stephen “Die” Stubbs and Giovanni Roberts of an abetment to murder charge after the prosecution offered no evidence against them. Prosecutors had alleged that Stubbs and Roberts played a part in the ...
 
 
Lawyer seeks advice over detention
An attorney said she is seeking legal advice over her arrest yesterday. Ramona Farquharson-Seymour was detained for two hours by order of Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans pursuant to Section 239 of the Penal Code. That section gives the magistrate pow...
 
 
BAAP hosting educational seminar
Under the theme "The Revolutionary Administrative Professional – Inspiring Excellence”, the Bahamas Association of Administrative Professionals (formerly IAAP Bahamas Chapter) will host its second Annual Educational Seminar on Friday, March 17 at...
 
 
BNT launches national park excursion program for schools
A specially-packaged national park excursion program for school groups has been launched by the Bahamas National Trust (BNT). The program features activities that complement the school curriculum, tailored for each grade level. Special activities wi...
 
 
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