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Five armed robberies in NP on Saturday
There were five armed robberies in New Providence on Saturday, police reported. In the first incident, a woman was in the process of making a deposit at a bank on Shirley Street at 9 a.m., when a man armed with a handgun robbed her of a deposit bag ...
 
 
Roberts defends issuing early concession statement
Amid suggestions that the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) received results of Tuesday’s gender equality referendum before the public, PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts dismissed those claims as “absolute nonsense”. During the budget debate in Parli...
 
 
Gomez: Rejected referendum fails future generations
Retired Archbishop Drexel Gomez said yesterday while he was surprised by the electorate’s overwhelming rejection of all four constitutional amendment bills last Tuesday, the low voter turnout is a “very negative indication for the future of our c...
 
 
Only eight polling divisions voted yes on all questions
The official results of last Tuesday’s constitutional referendum show that in the entire Bahamas, only eight polling divisions — four of them in New Providence — had a majority vote on all four questions. The four New Providence polling divisi...
 
 
Featured in yes campaign but denied opportunity to vote
The last time Michelle Munnings Peart cast her vote for a Bahamian election was in 2002. A short time later, she moved to the United Kingdom where she met her husband of 10 years and started a family. Munnings Peart and her family moved to The Baha...
 
 
Another successful Salt Cay Writers Retreat
The third annual Salt Cay Writers Retreat (SCWR) ended on a resoundingly positive note and with special Bahamian flair on Saturday, May 28. The six-day retreat, hosted on Salt Cay - better known as Blue Lagoon Island, catered to emerging writers wit...
 
 
Conservationists work on buoys to demarcate marine reserves
Representatives from the Bahamas National Trust, the Bahamas Reef Environmental Education Foundation and the St. Lucia National Trust recently completed a week-long workshop on marine protected areas. The workshop was hosted by the BNT at The Retrea...
 
 
Aqua Cat supports Bahamas National Trust dive tag initiative
For the second year in a row Aqua Cat – a Nassau-based, live-aboard dive service – is supporting the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) Dive Tag Initiative, which lets divers buy a souvenir tag for their dive equipment to help fund national parks. Aqu...
 
 
BMC chair: Mortgage issues ‘misplaced priorities’
Chairman of the Bahamas Mortgage Corporation (BMC) Alex Storr said mostly it isn’t the economy that causes people to go upside down on their mortgages; it’s misplaced priorities. He said people should make paying their mortgages a financial prior...
 
 
FNM: PLP playing blame game
The Free National Movement (FNM) has called out the government for “blaming everyone but itself” for the rejection of the four questions in Tuesday’s constitutional referendum. “The time has come now when the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) ...
 
 
Robber killed by intended victim, police say
Twenty-three-year-old Odelet Youte was shot and killed on Thursday when he attempted to rob another man. According to police, shortly after midnight, a man had just arrived at his Lexington Avenue home, when he saw an armed Youte walking towards him...
 
 
Mitchell: PLP did what was promised
Although the four questions in the constitutional gender equality referendum put to Bahamians earlier this week were overwhelmingly rejected, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell said yesterday that the Progressive Liberal Party ...
 
 
McCartney: Canadian crime warning an indictment on the government
Leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Branville McCartney has blamed the Christie administration for the local tourism industry being “in trouble”, after the Canadian government issued another travel warning to its citizens about high ...
 
 
‘No vote a signal to PLP and FNM’
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said yesterday the overwhelming rejection of the four constitutional amendment bills is a reflection of the Bahamian people’s “cynicism” of “both sides, not just the current administration”. When as...
 
 
‘No’ vote won more than two to one
While the Bahamian electorate rejected each of the four constitutional amendment bills in Tuesday’s referendum, the greatest rejection was on question four. There were over three times more ‘no’ votes than ‘yes’ votes on question four, acc...
 
 
Save Our Bahamas: We stopped the global homosexual agenda
Save Our Bahamas founding member Mario Moxey said the resounding no vote to question four in Tuesday’s referendum stopped the “global homosexual agenda from advancing in our country”. Moxey, pastor of Bahamas Harvest Church, made those remarks...
 
 
Roberts: Minnis a flip-flopper on referendum
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts accused Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr.Hubert Minnis of being a “flip-flopper,” for “shifting his stance” on the gender equality referendum. Roberts charged: “By his unseemly...
 
 
Minnis responds to Loretta Butler-Turner on referendum
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday he is “glad” former Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Loretta Butler-Turner has such confidence in his ability to influence the electorate and hopes that influence will also result in a ...
 
 
Moss says no vote showed parties’ failures
Marco City MP Greg Moss said yesterday the silence of Prime Minister Perry Christie and Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis on the night of the constitutional referendum on Tuesday after the ‘no’ vote prevailed showed their parties’ failure. ...
 
 
DPM refuses to speak to BPL rate increase proposal
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday refused to speak to Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) proposed rate adjustment and increase or whether the rate restructuring is a part of the management services agreement between PowerSecure and th...
 
 
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