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Man gets two years’ in prison for stolen TVs
A man who begged a magistrate to allow him to remain free for the holidays was yesterday sentenced to two years’ in prison for house breaking. Jemson Burrows, 25, of Bitter Root Road, Nassau Village, pleaded guilty to house breaking and stealing a...
 
 
Mother of dead boater calls for justice
Dale Turnquest, the mother of the 25-year-old boater found dead after a boat he was on collided with a defense force vessel in Nassau Harbour nearly three months ago, is calling on Her Majesty’s Coroner to bring the family justice so they can begin...
 
 
Jamaican detainee released after two and a half years
A Jamaican man who was held at the detention center for two and a half years will spend Christmas with his family. Senior Justice Stephen Isaacs this week ordered the release of Jermaine Burton ahead of the hearing of his application for a writ of h...
 
 
Two arrested for alleged ammunition possession
Officers took a man and a woman into custody following the seizure of a quantity of ammunition on Thursday, according to police. Reports are that after 10:30 a.m., a motorcycle officer from the Police Traffic Division was on routine patrol on Carmi...
 
 
Man accused of threatening to kill girlfriend
A 41-year-old man accused of beating up his live-in girlfriend and threatening to kill her has been remanded to prison. Peter Johnson, of Pineyard Road, pleaded not guilty to causing harm to Ruth Knowles, 57, and threatening to kill her at his arrai...
 
 
Man allowed to remain on bail after missing trial date
A judge allowed a man who failed to appear for his burglary and armed robbery trial to remain on bail, despite a failure to comply with reporting conditions. Michael Brown, who had been on $9,999 bail since 2013, did not show up for his trial before...
 
 
PM on defensive over downgrade
In the face of another downgrade of the country’s sovereign credit rating to sub investment grade level, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that it must be acknowledged that international rating agency Standard & Poor’s noted in its...
 
 
PM urges voters not to take chance with FNM
Urging Bahamians to “get registered now”, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that, considering the “meltdown of the opposition parties”, the electorate should not “role the dice with governments”. While at a groundbreaking cere...
 
 
Saunders drops out of MICAL race
Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for MICAL Walt Saunders has withdrawn from the race due to health concerns, according to FNM Chairman Sidney Collie. In a statement issued yesterday, Collie said, “Our friend and ratified candidate for MICA...
 
 
Butler-Turner apologizes for Moncur’s ‘insensitive’ comments
Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday issued an apology on behalf of Senator Rodney Moncur, who earlier this week confronted Tribune Deputy Chief Reporter Khrisna Virgil for questioning his position on marital rape, insisting tha...
 
 
Family Islands account for lowest voter registration
With just over 40 percent of eligible voters registered to vote in the next general election, registration in the Family Islands lags far behind that in New Providence and Grand Bahama, according to data provided by the Parliamentary Registration Dep...
 
 
Man killed in Yellow Elder
A man was found shot to death in his home on Melvern Road, in Yellow Elder, shortly after 9 a.m. yesterday, police reported. According to Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander, the man was found dead by a neighbor in his one-bedroom wooden structur...
 
 
Butler-Turner slams govt over downgrade
Leader of the Official Opposition Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday said the country’s recent downgrade to “junk status” by Standard & Poor’s (S&P) just mere days before the holidays creates an ominous black cloud over Christmas celebra...
 
 
Minnis says he would make Lloyd education minister
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has revealed his intention to make attorney and talk show host Jeff Lloyd, the party’s South Beach candidate, minister of education if the FNM wins the next election. At the FNM South Beach Ass...
 
 
Lockhart raises objections in Nygard contempt case
The lawyer for Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard yesterday objected to the admission of correspondence from another Nygard attorney into evidence during his contempt trial. Nygard is accused of breaching an order prohibiting him from continued dre...
 
 
Fine for man who attacked motorists
A man who attacked a truck driver who accidentally knocked down his girlfriend and child yesterday paid $1,000 in compensation to his victim to avoid spending nine months in prison. Briton Ward, 38, of Augusta Street, pleaded guilty to causing harm ...
 
 
Unemployment down
The national unemployment rate declined just over one percent in the last six months, from 12.7 percent in May to 11.6 percent in October, according to the Department of Statistics. The results provide information on the labor force during the refer...
 
 
Gibson, Albury on FNM ticket
Following controversy surrounding the current MPs for Long Island, and Central and South Abaco, the Free National Movement (FNM) last night announced its candidates for those constituencies. Attorney Adrian Gibson, a Tribune columnist, will run in L...
 
 
Moncur clashes with AG in Senate
Rodney Moncur’s first contribution to debate in the Upper Chamber got off to a rocky start yesterday, with Leader of Government Business in the Senate Allyson Maynard-Gibson declaring she “will not allow the Senate to be turned into a circus” a...
 
 
Minnis: Downgrade the result of disastrous PLP policies
The most recent downgrade of The Bahamas to “junk status” by Standard & Poor’s (S&P) is the “disastrous consequence” of the Progressive Liberal Party’s inept governance and policies, said Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hu...
 
 
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