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Butler-Turner outlines plans of ‘a new FNM’
As she outlined how a “new” and “unified” Free National Movement (FNM) will address key national issues such as crime, promote education, and engage members opposite, Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner said, “I never lose, I learn.” Du...
 
 
Three months on, silence on murder-for-hire probe
Three months have passed since Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade launched an investigation into matters connected to an alleged murder plot targeting hedge fund manager Louis Bacon and members of the Save The Bays environmental group, but the...
 
 
Urban Renewal report to be tabled soon
Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Chairman Hubert Chipman said yesterday he will table the committee’s report on the government’s Urban Renewal program after the budget debate in the House of Assembly. “It won’t come before the budget, it will...
 
 
Delay in sentencing for convicts in McCartney case
A missing defense lawyer was responsible for the third delay in the sentencing of a couple who were convicted last year of causing the death of pharmacist Kurt McCartney. Thorne Edwards and Lyndera Curry were convicted on December 14, 2015 in rela...
 
 
Victim in Union Village murder died from shot to head, pathologist says
Medical intervention did not prevent the death of a man who was shot once in the head, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. Forensic pathologist Dr. Caryn Sands said that emergency room physicians removed a portion of Brentinero Sands’ scalp on M...
 
 
RBDF tightening migrant patrol net
No illegal migrants have landed on the southern coast of New Providence for over a year, Acting Commodore of the Royal Bahamas Defense Force (RBDF) Captain Tellis Bethel said yesterday. Bethel said the acquisition of new patrol craft has increased t...
 
 
Elliston Rahming elected vice-president of UN General Assembly
Dr. Elliston Rahming, ambassador and permanent representative of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas to the United Nations (UN) and the Organisation of American States (OAS), on June 13, 2016, was elected to represent The Bahamas as one of the twenty-one...
 
 
BTC wins several international awards
BTC has won three international awards for innovation, excellence and best CEO for the region. The 2016 Corporate Live Wire Innovation & Excellence Awards recognized Leon Williams as “Telecommunications CEO of the Year”. Williams was also re...
 
 
‘Crime is down’
Claiming that he is pleased crime in the country is down, compared to recent years, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage yesterday said the murder of three people on New Providence on Sunday was “unusual” and national security offici...
 
 
Minnis: Crime getting worse under PLP
Leader of the Free National Movement (FNM) Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday accused the government of not doing enough to combat crime in the country after three men were murdered on Sunday. In a press statement, the opposition leader said “crime is on...
 
 
New mental health facility opens
After more than 10 years and three administrations, the nation’s premiere mental health facility for children and adolescents opened its doors yesterday. The Child and Adolescent and Robert Smith (C.A.R.S) Complex at Sandilands Rehabilitation Cent...
 
 
Scotiabank offers condolences in wake of ATM murder
A day after Ivan Cleare, 61, was shot dead at an ATM at Scotiabank’s Jerome Avenue and Wulff Road branch, the company offered condolences to the Cleare family and reiterated its commitment to the safety of its customers. “We wish to commend the ...
 
 
‘Proud to be gay; less proud to be Bahamian’
When 21-year-old Bernard Farquharson, a Bahamian, woke up around 9 a.m. on Sunday, he never imagined that an Orlando nightclub where he met his first boyfriend would be the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in American history. During his freshma...
 
 
Murders down 18 percent
After years of recording increasing murder counts, and blowing through a national record, The Bahamas is on track to record significantly less murders than last year, when the most recent record was set. Although just over half the year has passed, ...
 
 
Carnival report in a ‘couple of weeks’
Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) Chairman Paul Major indicated yesterday that the revenue and economic impact report for Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival 2016 is expected to be completed and made public in a “couple of weeks”. “It is not q...
 
 
Defense witness contradicts alibi of murder accused
The man an accused murderer gave as her alibi yesterday only gave an account of her whereabouts for several hours. Stanley Pinder was called as a witness by Daphne Knowles, who is on trial for the murder of her former boss Andrea Carroll. Knowles i...
 
 
Prison guard sentenced to one year over damaged cell phone jammer
A prison officer found guilty of allowing three convicts to damage a cell phone jammer has been jailed for one year. Prosecutors alleged that Donovan Rolle let convicts Angelo Poitier, who is serving time for murder, Kendeno Rolle, convicted of arm...
 
 
Nottage: Cyberspace needs community policing
As the world is evolving, technology is at the core of almost every interaction and transaction made across the globe. And where money goes, crime follows. This, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday, is why a task force ...
 
 
Muhammad Ali saw ambassadorship for Tony Joudi
“Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It’s not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything.”– Muhammad Ali Newly appointed Bahamas Non-Resid...
 
 
Father shot dead at ATM
Ivan Cleare, 61, expected yesterday to see his grandson christened and celebrate the occasion with family for the remainder of the day. But before he could head to Mount Pleasant Green Baptist Church for the event, the father of three sons and four ...
 
 
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