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Roberts swipes FNM as PLP ratifies more candidates
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts last night questioned whether the plan of the Free National Movement (FNM) MPs opposed to the leadership of Dr. Hubert Minnis is to bring former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham back to lead the ...
 
 
Bethel: Dame Anita’s comments inappropriate
Pastor Lyall Bethel of the Save Our Bahamas committee yesterday described recent comments made by President of the Court of Appeal Dame Anita Allen regarding same-sex marriage as “ill-advised” and “inappropriate”. “It has the effect of pok...
 
 
Woman and her seven children homeless after fire
It was a typical Bahamian summer day for an unemployed mother of seven on Monday when fire destroyed their home off Kemp Road. They are now in urgent need of help. “I need all of the help that I can get at this time — clothes, shoes, food, ever...
 
 
Rollins: Recently-formed firms got millions for Road Traffic reform
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins charged yesterday that two companies formed in 2013 and 2015 respectively were given $4 million extra as part of a $10 million contract to modernize the Road Traffic Department. However, Minister of Transport and ...
 
 
Paul Moss: Dame Anita’s comments wholly inappropriate
Attorney Paul Moss yesterday said Court of Appeal President Dame Anita Allen’s recent comments on same-sex marriage and the law in The Bahamas have “brought the independence of the judiciary into question”. While delivering the 8th Annual Euge...
 
 
Bethel explains why he believes referendum failed
Pastor Lyall Bethel of Save Our Bahamas yesterday outlined some of the reasons he believes the recent gender equality referendum failed. Speaking at a Rotary West Nassau meeting, he stressed that the purpose of his speech was not to gloat. “I don...
 
 
Verdict in McCartney case set for Tuesday
A couple found culpable in the death of prominent businessman Kurt McCartney are expected to learn their punishment on Tuesday morning. Senior Supreme Court Justice Stephen Isaacs yesterday adjourned his verdict on the sentencing of Thorne Edwards a...
 
 
Man faces fourth trial for murder
A man will face a fourth murder trial after a jury was unable to decide on his guilt or innocence. Alexander Pierre Jr., 21, appeared before Justice Deborah Fraser yesterday for a status hearing after a jury failed to reach a verdict in his third tr...
 
 
FNM confusion over convention
Although the Free National Movement’s (FNM) convention is slated for next month, the party’s convention planning committee has reportedly been disgracefully left “in the dark” with no idea as to how to move forward, according to Danny Sumner,...
 
 
BPL starts rolling blackouts
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) yesterday started a two-hour outage rotation on New Providence. At 2:05 p.m., BPL said it was experiencing generation challenges at its power stations. “As a result, there is insufficient capacity to meet peak custom...
 
 
Moss: Dame Anita’s comments troubling
Marco City MP Greg Moss said yesterday he found comments from Court of Appeal President Dame Anita Allen on same-sex marriage and the law “troubling”. While delivering the 8th Annual Eugene Dupuch Distinguished Lecture on Tuesday night, Dame Ani...
 
 
Wells calls for same-sex marriage referendum
Amid legal interpretations that same-sex marriage may already be possible in The Bahamas, Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells recommended a referendum be held to allow Bahamians to determine if they want same-sex marriage to be permissible in the country. ...
 
 
Chipman balks at ballooning OPM budget
St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman yesterday accused the government of budgeting a more than $2 million “slush fund” for the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) and forecast that “dark days are here” for the majority of Bahamians, as the Christie ...
 
 
Dame Anita: Divorce law needs reform
President of the Court of Appeal Dame Anita Allen stressed the need for the reform of the “ancient” divorce law in The Bahamas. “It ties the hands of parties that have committed no matrimonial offense,” Dame Anita said. Delivering the eight...
 
 
Thorne Edwards.
The prosecution on Wednesday stopped the murder trial of Rolin Alexis after they were unable to locate eyewitnesses. Alexis, who is otherwise known as “Popo”, was on trial before Senior Justice Stephen Isaacs for the May 29, 2011 murder of Brent...
 
 
Lawyer wants 10-15 years for McCartney’s killer
A lawyer yesterday asked a judge to impose a sentence of 10 to 15 years for Thorne Edwards, the man convicted of the 2013 murder of pharmacist Kurt McCartney. By contrast, prosecutors feel that Edwards should be hanged for the crime, as he cannot be...
 
 
Judge appears open to gay marriage
President of the Court of Appeal Dame Anita Allen last night suggested that all Bahamians should be equal under the law, including same-sex couples who want to marry. Dame Anita said the defeat of bill number four in the constitutional referendum la...
 
 
Poachers shoot at RBDF marines
Crew members of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s (RBDF) HMBS Cascarilla came under attack Monday when poachers opened fire as RBDF marines tried to board the suspected Dominican fishing vessel, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage...
 
 
Pastor pushes for capital punishment
Two days after a minister in his church became the country’s 54th murder victim for 2016, New Bethlehem Baptist Church Pastor Everette Brown said yesterday that if a person is murdered, his murderer’s life should also be taken. “To lose him th...
 
 
Minnis: Dr. Nottage’s comments insensitive
National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage’s description of Sunday’s three murders as ‘unusual’ is a “frightening reminder that this government is not ready to lead”, according to Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis....
 
 
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