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Gibson defends Mitchell
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson yesterday accused the organizer of ‘We March Bahamas’ Ranard Henfield of practicing “selective democracy” in his criticisms of Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell, who urged PLPs not to attend the event last...
 
 
Chief magistrate interrupts arraignment
The chief magistrate yesterday directed another magistrate to “desist” from arraigning a suspect accused of murder, armed robbery and rape. Magistrate Derence Rolle-Davis had already arraigned Kendino McDonald, 20, for the murder of businessman ...
 
 
U.S. Embassy urges Bahamians to register to vote
With “extremely low” voter registration, the United States Embassy in Nassau is urging Bahamians to register to vote for the next general election and has organized a voter registration drive for tomorrow in conjunction with the University of T...
 
 
BPL says it will show leniency amid disconnections
Former Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller is urging Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) to have a “conscience” and extend the relief period, forgoing disconnections as Bahamians continue to struggle with the costs as...
 
 
D’Aguilar supports protests at Parliament
Businessman and Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Montagu Dionisio D'Aguilar yesterday said he supports Bahamians marching on Parliament in order to voice their concerns as happened at the We March Bahamas event downtown on Friday. “I t...
 
 
Gibson: If money can’t be found, carnival would be canceled
The government would cancel Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival 2017 “if monies cannot be allocated for it when the time comes”, according to Hurricane Relief Coordinator Shane Gibson. After Hurricane Matthew last month, Prime Minister Perry Christie said...
 
 
DPM armed robbery case discontinued
Two men who allegedly took over $100,000 in jewelry when they robbed then Acting Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis at gunpoint three years ago will not face trial. The attorney general on Monday directed discontinuation of the matter against Tyrone ...
 
 
Seymour and Bethel set to retire from force, sources say
Two senior police officers are set to retire this month, The Nassau Guardian has learned. Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade announced the retirement of Senior Assistant Commissioners Leon Bethel and Stephen Seymour during a COMPSTAT meetin...
 
 
Roker’s Point Primary School in Exuma awards high achievers
The students of Roker’s Point Primary School in Exuma have performed above and beyond the call of academic duty and were recently awarded for their achievements during a ceremony at the school. Many were named on the Honor Roll and received certifi...
 
 
Minnis hits out on murders again
With several murders occurring over the past week, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis once again hit out at the government for its “empty rhetoric” on crime. “Bahamians continue to hear a lot of words and rhetoric from this ...
 
 
Ministry of Tourism to launch Bahamian Christmas Village and Pompey Wonderland
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as the Ministry of Tourism prepares to kick off the holiday season with the launch of Pompey Wonderland and a new Bahamian Christmas Village, which will be open to the public all December. On the first d...
 
 
National Women’s Week celebrations culminate with march
Celebrations in honor of National Women's Week wrapped up on Saturday, November 26 with a march which passed through historic parts of New Providence before ending on the open fields of the University of The Bahamas campus. Minister of Social Servic...
 
 
‘No time for talk’
Amid criticisms from Cabinet ministers over his rejection of an invitation from Prime Minister Perry Christie to meet at the Office of the Prime Minister, community activist Ranard Henfield, who was the main organizer of the Black Friday march, said ...
 
 
Dorsett: March organizer made mistake in rejecting PM meeting
Minister for the Environment Kenred Dorsett yesterday expressed disappointment at the “arrogance” of organizers of ‘We March Bahamas’, saying while the Black Friday event was a testament to the strength of democracy in The Bahamas, the organi...
 
 
Only 37 percent of eligible voters registered
Only 65,000 people have registered to vote for the next general election, despite an increased push for improved registration numbers in the last month. Officials at the Parliamentary Registration Department said they expected to be well over 100,00...
 
 
McCartney: Ministers attended march to save face
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney said yesterday ministers who were at the ‘We March Bahamas’ on Friday were only there to “save face” and also suggested that the march is not going to change anything. “I thin...
 
 
Sears: Don’t discredit the organizers
Former Attorney General and Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears said while it may be “uncomfortable for some”, he attended the ‘We March Bahamas’ protest on Friday because he did not want to “disassocia...
 
 
Man found shot to death, another found burned to death
Two men were found dead in separate incidents police believe were murders. Police reported that late Sunday night they received a report of a man found dead in front of an apartment complex on a road off McKinney Drive. When police arrived on the s...
 
 
Man accused of two housebreakings
A 33-year-old man has been accused of two separate incidents of housebreaking. Dudlin Monis, of Charles Vincent Street, is accused of breaking into the home of Diana Gaston at Emmanuel Way on September 20, 2012. While in the house, he allegedly s...
 
 
Man accused of rock attack
A 39-year-old resident of Barbados Avenue has been denied bail after being accused of assaulting a man with a rock. Renardo Davis, of Elizabeth Estates, is accused of assaulting Glenroy Saunders on November 25. Davis pleaded not guilty at his arrai...
 
 
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