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Christian Council to receive Crown land
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has committed to giving the Bahamas Christian Council crown land to build its headquarters on, Press Secretary Anthony Newbold said yesterday. During his weekly press briefing, Newbold said Minnis met with the counci...
 
 
Christian Council slams national lottery suggestion
Claiming that web shops are already “preying on the poor” in inner city communities, Bahamas Christian Council President Bishop Delton Fernander yesterday called on every member of the Minnis administration, including those who are ministers of...
 
 
U.S. Embassy gives tips on smooth visa process
There has not been an increase in denials for visas at the United States Embassy in Nassau as the process remains the same, suggested U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Officer Penny Rechkemmer yesterday. While on Guardian Radio 96.9 FM talk show “The Re...
 
 
U.S. ambassador confirmation hearing today
United States President Donald Trump’s nominee for ambassador to The Bahamas, “Papa” Doug Manchester, 75, will have his Senate hearing today, according to the U.S Senate website. Manchester, of California, was nominated by Trump in May. If co...
 
 
Ferguson: Don’t focus on murder count
Acting Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson yesterday urged Bahamians not to think about the country’s rapidly increasing murder count, but to instead turn their focus on the loss of life, during a press conference at police headquarters. At th...
 
 
DEHS to start fogging
The Department of Environmental Health Services advised yesterday that it will be conducting fogging exercises between 6:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. throughout New Providence and the Family Islands. In a statement released to the press, the DEHS said that, ...
 
 
PM sensitive to landfill concerns
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that the government is concerned about the impact the New Providence Landfill is having on the quality of life for the Bahamian people. He was referring to the persistent fires at the site which have p...
 
 
Bulgarian’s money laundering conviction quashed
The Court of Appeal has overturned the conviction of a Bulgarian man who was found guilty of money laundering last year. The Crown conceded during the arguing of the appeal that the attorney general lacked the power to send the case to the Supreme C...
 
 
Opening statements in parking lot murder trial
Opening statements began Tuesday afternoon in the trial of a man accused of driving two gunmen to a murder scene. In his opening address, prosecutor Denard Brown said that witnesses had identified Edlin Severe as the person who drove a champagne car...
 
 
Brave Davis: We made mistakes
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said in a national address last night that the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) recognizes it made mistakes during its last term in office, which resulted in the Bahamian people sending a “powerful message for ...
 
 
Rigby scorches Wilchcombe over remarks on PLP
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Raynard Rigby yesterday blasted former Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe after he called for reform in the party, suggesting that Wilchcombe played a major role in the party’s defeat. “One has to...
 
 
Dames: Immediate cut in violent crimes unrealistic expectation
National Security Minister Marvin Dames yesterday reiterated his sentiments on the state of crime in The Bahamas following the publishing of The Bureau of Diplomatic Security’s Bahamas 2017 Crime and Safety Report of The Bahamas that stated New Pro...
 
 
Web shop moratorium will be part of Gaming Board review
The Gaming Board has all aspects of the gaming industry on the table for review, inclusive of casino gaming, the gaming houses and a national lottery in order to provide policy recommendations to the government, newly appointed Gaming Board Chairman ...
 
 
Davis: FNM has no plans
In a national address last night, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis characterized the Minnis administration as a party which has failed to offer clear plans to tackle critical issues facing the nation. “On the theme of transformation, the prime...
 
 
Blaming past leaders for crime ‘deplorable’, says Davis
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis last night said he found Prime Minister Hubert Minnis’ attempt to blame the leaders of The Bahamas in the 1970s and 1980s for the drug trade “deplorable”. Davis also criticized the government’s lack of in...
 
 
Teen charged with multiple murders
A teen appeared in court yesterday charged with multiple murders. Prosecutors allege that Julio Deveaux, 18, of Morley Street, killed two men in 2016 and a third in June of this year. He is charged with non-capital murder in all of the incidents th...
 
 
Jury selected to hear 2014 murder case
A jury was yesterday seated in the murder trial of Edlin Severe. The 24-year-old is on trial before Senior Justice Vera Watkins for the 2014 murder of Deon Brown, who also used the surname Burrows. He has pleaded not guilty and is on remand. Prose...
 
 
Murder suspect arraigned
A man accused of murder proclaimed his innocence yesterday and requested a speedy trial. Rico Taylor, 28, of Fleming Street, appeared before Assistant Chief Magistrate Subusola Swain charged with non-capital murder in the July 21 shooting death of A...
 
 
Doctors Hospital hopeful about NHI
Doctors Hospital plans to introduce primary care as a part of its services, according to its CEO Charles Sealy who explained yesterday that the service will be offered whether National Health Insurance (NHI) is properly implemented or not. During an...
 
 
Davis: Govt agenda empty beyond 'political revenge'
In an address to the nation on Monday night, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis criticized the government's spending cuts and charged that the Minnis administration’s agenda is “empty” beyond “political revenge”. Davis' address was in re...
 
 
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