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Gray: Christie is holding the PLP together
Minister of Agriculture V. Alfred Gray yesterday said he supports Prime Minister Perry Christie staying on as leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) as Christie is holding the PLP together “because everyone respects his leadership”. “It...
 
 
Minnis silent on fate of MPs if he is re-elected leader
Free National Movement Leader (FNM) Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday refused to say what would happen to the six MPs who expressed a lack of confidence in his leadership, should he be re-elected leader at the FNM convention this week. Minnis and Long Isl...
 
 
McCartney: Christie ‘politically senile’
Leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Branville McCartney castigated Prime Minister Perry Christie for his failure to “train and appoint a successor” while insisting the prime minister is arrogant for stating that he should remain lead...
 
 
RBPF completes escape investigation
Nearly six months after convicted murderer Ormand Leon escaped from a police transport van, the internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident has been completed, The Nassau Guardian can confirm. Acting Deputy Commissioner An...
 
 
Prison escapee’s constitutional motion dismissed
A Supreme Court judge yesterday dismissed a constitutional challenge to a life sentence imposed 22 years ago “as an abuse of process of the court”. Barry Parcoi, one of the inmates who staged a deadly prison break in 2006, alleged through his la...
 
 
Officers appeal unlawful killing verdict
Two police officers have lodged an appeal against a finding by a coroner’s jury that they killed a suspect without a lawful excuse, The Nassau Guardian has learned. A five-member jury determined that Hubert Hall was unlawfully killed on February 2...
 
 
Minnis calls for parliamentary modernization
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday called for an independent and modernized Bahamian Parliament. Speaking at the Regional Conference of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), Minnis told the room of more than ...
 
 
Children’s Emergency Hostel gets helping hand from Swiss America Securities
When the Children’s Emergency Hostel (CEH) put out a desperate cry earlier this year for assistance to help with operation costs, Swiss America Securities, Ltd. jumped to assist. The Bahamas-based online broker-dealer recently presented the emergen...
 
 
‘A Familiar Walk’ takes a look at hurricane preparedness for 2016
As the peak months of the 2016 hurricane season approach, “A Familiar Walk” reveals in its latest installment the lessons learned by local disaster management agencies after Joaquin ravaged the southeastern Bahamas. The show airs on ZNS tonight, ...
 
 
Ingraham urges FNMs to unite
In a rare public statement that came days ahead of the start of the Free National Movement’s (FNM) convention, former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham last night urged FNMs to unite, but did not address widespread speculation that he might seek a ret...
 
 
Bid to return Ingraham
Several prominent FNMs plan to enter the name of former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham to run in the leadership race at the party’s convention this week. Over the weekend, they were reportedly busy organizing paraphernalia in support of an Ingraha...
 
 
Butler-Turner pays up
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie confirmed yesterday that financing for the party’s convention this week is substantially in place. In an interview with The Nassau Guardian, Collie said that Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner ...
 
 
Johnson plans to remain in frontline politics
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson said while he is not seeking a renomination in Carmichael, he is not leaving public life and might even seek nomination for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in another constituency. Last we...
 
 
Govt ‘encouraged’ by drop in jobless rate
The government is “encouraged” by the decline in the unemployment rate from 14.8 percent to 12.7 percent nationally, but recognizes that much more needs to be done to create jobs in the country, Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis said...
 
 
Wells: FNM is whole as a result of Minnis’ leadership
The Free National Movement (FNM) is where it is today as a result of the leadership Dr. Hubert Minnis has shown over the last four years, Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells said in a new campaign video for Minnis titled “A Soldier’s Heart”. “Folks...
 
 
Frank Smith has not asked PM to stay on
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator Frank Smith said he is not one of the PLPs who Prime Minister Perry Christie recently said have asked him to stay on to lead the party into another election. When asked if he is, Smith, a former MP for St. Tho...
 
 
RBDF apprehends Cuban migrants
CORAL HARBOUR BASE – A total of 14 Cuban migrants have been turned over to officials at the Carmichael Road Detention Center after being apprehended by members of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) on Saturday afternoon. While on routine patro...
 
 
Lloyd: Bahamas a failed state if status quo remains
Lawyer and radio talk show host Jeffrey Lloyd impressed upon a group of young Toastmasters recently that they must help to destroy the status quo that is causing The Bahamas to become a failed state. Speaking to Club 7108 at Luciano's of Chicago, Ll...
 
 
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