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Case of woman accused of sex with minor sent to Supreme Court
A French-Canadian woman whose vacation cruise ended with her arrest for the alleged sexual assault of a 15-year-old boy received the prosecution’s case against her yesterday. Karine Gagné, of Quebec, Canada, is charged with the unlawful sexual in...
 
 
Minnis wants ‘straight answer’ on VAT
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday said he would welcome a “straight answer” on how the revenue from value-added tax (VAT) has been spent after Prime Minister Perry Christie pledged to direct the Ministry of Finance...
 
 
Man arraigned for murder, arson
The older brother of suspected hit man Ricardo Fawkes, who was shot dead while trespassing on a property in Kemp Road last month, has been charged with arson. Delando Fawkes, 20, of Lucaya Circle, and Richard Charlton, 22, of Victoria Boulevard, app...
 
 
Roberts: Minnis’ Baha Mar statement ‘reality challenged’
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ belief that the government “misled” Bahamians concerning the sale of Baha Mar is “delusional” and “wrong”, according to Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts. ...
 
 
Man arraigned for murder, arson
The older brother of suspected hit man Ricardo Fawkes, who was shot dead while trespassing on a property in Kemp Road last month, has been charged with arson. Delando Fawkes, 20, of Lucaya Circle, and Richard Charlton, 22, of Victoria Boulevard, app...
 
 
PM: Give Hall a chance
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham may have concerns about the ability of Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall to oversee a smooth general election process, but Prime Minister Perry Christie suggested yesterday Hall should be given an opportuni...
 
 
Christie: Election not in the near future
Bahamians who were anticipating a “fast and furious” build up to the general election in the new year, may have to wait a while longer to go to the polls, as Prime Minister Perry Christie announced on Wednesday night that “the elections are not...
 
 
Minnis: Govt misled on Baha Mar
Responding to the news that the sale of Baha Mar has yet to be completed, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday the government’s push to open Baha Mar on the verge of an election is an attempt to “mislead” the B...
 
 
Dwight Major seeks bail over health issues
The lawyer for Dwight Major filed an emergency bail application in the Supreme Court yesterday due to his alleged health issues. Major, 48, who reportedly has heart disease, allegedly passed out in his cell at the Bahamas Department of Correctional ...
 
 
McCartney warns Baha Mar applicants
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday warned those applying for jobs at Baha Mar to “be very careful”, as he said it remains unclear who the owners of the $3.5 billion resort are. “They have to be very careful...
 
 
Lloyd calls on Torchbearers to rescue country from PLP
Free National Movement (FNM) South Beach candidate Jeffrey Lloyd said last night The Bahamas has found itself at the “precipice of disaster”, as he called for members of the FNM Torchbearers Youth Association to “help us enshrine four core pr...
 
 
Teachers ‘up in arms’ over school safety
Amid heightened concern over violence in schools, Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Acting President Joan Knowles-Turnquest said teachers are in fear for their lives and called for a “a comprehensive approach to solving the problem of school violen...
 
 
Trial of alleged gun smuggler delayed
The unavailability of counsel and the prosecution’s failure to provide disclosure led to a postponement of the trial of alleged gun trafficker Omar Roberts. Omar Roberts, who operates a courier company, is charged with seven counts of introduction...
 
 
Three male students recognized for BTC/Mystic Marlin Award
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) again recognized the accomplishments of students at Doris Johnson Senior High School. This month, all boys with athletic aspirations were recognized. The students, Ashton McDonald, Edward Munroe and Eleazor Go...
 
 
BTC teams up with the Red Cross
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) was a platinum sponsor at the annual Red Cross Ball. BTC CEO Leon Williams noted that, “For years, the Bahamas Red Cross has played an integral role in leading various community initiatives across the countr...
 
 
PM promises VAT report
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday he has directed the Ministry of Finance to prepare a full reporting on value-added tax (VAT) spending that the government will present to the Bahamian people, so that nobody has to ask ‘where the VAT m...
 
 
Fitzgerald defends Halkitis
Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald and members of the opposition clashed in Parliament yesterday as Fitzgerald defended Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis over his recent explanation of the government’s use of value-added tax (VAT) revenue...
 
 
Gray on murder signs: It was only politics
Firing back at criticisms from Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins over the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) erecting billboards ahead of the 2012 general election highlighting the high murder rate, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfr...
 
 
John Bostwick abandons ammunition conviction appeal
Attorney and political activist John Bostwick yesterday decided not to proceed with his appeal against a conviction for possession of ammunition. Court of Appeal President Dame Anita Allen formally affirmed the conviction and sentence after Bostwick...
 
 
12-yr-old charged with gun possession
A seventh grade student who allegedly had a gun in his school bag was yesterday released on $1,000 bail. The 12-year-old A.F. Adderley student appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt with his parents. The boy and his father started t...
 
 
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