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Lloyd ‘satisfied’ Wells answered on LOI
Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for South Beach Jeff Lloyd, who was ratified last week along with Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells, said yesterday he is satisfied with the answers Wells provided over the controversial letter of intent (LOI) he sig...
 
 
PM urges Bahamians to register to vote
Prime Minister Perry Christie is urging Bahamians to get registered to vote. “We have to be registered to be able to vote,” said Christie, addressing a crowd of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters in Exuma who came out to support the cand...
 
 
Smith: Most Baha Mar claims to be settled this month
Ninety percent of the claims of unsecured creditors of Baha Mar are expected to be settled by the end of this month, according to Baha Mar Claims Committee Chairman James Smith, who pointed out that the committee has so far settled the claims of 1,93...
 
 
Miller: Get serious on death penalty
“Surprised and very disappointed” were the words Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller used to describe his reaction to the call for the abolition of the dealth penalty in the region by Catholic Archbishop Patrick Pinder and other regional bishops who make...
 
 
Cooper: PLP not perfect, but still the best choice
Admitting that the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) every move has not been perfect, PLP candidate for Exuma Chester Cooper said the Christie administration has made the “difficult decisions” to advance The Bahamas, making a case that the PLP ...
 
 
Attorney Michael Kemp dies suddenly
The legal fraternity is mourning the loss of veteran attorney Michael Kemp, who died suddenly Friday morning. Kemp, a lawyer of 35 years, reportedly collapsed on West Bay Street around 3 a.m. as he walked home from a bar. Bar Association President ...
 
 
Police name two more wanted men
After issuing bulletins for seven men wanted for questioning in connection with several recent murders on Wednesday, authorities were looking for two more men yesterday. Police want to question Renardo Knowles, 28, of Strachans Alley, off Kemp Road,...
 
 
Culprits in Andros murder case ‘sane’
Two men convicted of murdering an immigration officer and his lover during an armed robbery and kidnapping are sane, according to forensic pathologist Dr. John Dillet. Zintworn “Scummy” Duncombe and James Johnson were convicted in March of the m...
 
 
PLP names two more on ticket
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) ratified Chester Cooper, CEO of BAF Financial, for Exuma and Ragged Island, and Eva Bain, who works for Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), for Central and South Abaco last night during the party’s National General Co...
 
 
Moss says Smith cannot win in Exuma
Branding statements by former Cabinet Minister George Smith as “hot air”, Exuma MP Anthony Moss expressed certainty yesterday that Smith, who wants Exuma to be split into two seats, would not be successful in getting a nomination for any part of ...
 
 
Minnis: Govt should be ashamed of crime record
The 500-plus murders recorded in the last four and a half years is a “shameful record” of the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) “failure in the serious business of protecting our people from murderous criminals”, Opposition Leader Dr. Hub...
 
 
Smith thinks more House seats a good idea
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Cabinet Minister George Smith yesterday suggested current boundary lines do not allow for full representation of Bahamians in larger constituencies and need to be cut. Smith was responding to Free National Move...
 
 
Butler-Turner cites Greenpeace to warn over China-Bahamas deal
Speaking to a recent report on Chinese distant water fishing (DWF) practices from international environmental organization Greenpeace, Long Island MP Loretta Butler Turner yesterday suggested the government take the advice of international bodies and...
 
 
Alleged rapist decides to represent himself at appeal
An alleged serial rapist will seek to have his conviction overturned without help from a qualified lawyer after he and his court-appointed attorney remained at odds on how the appeal should proceed. Oscar Ingraham, who is serving 43 years in prison ...
 
 
New date for murder accused whose first case ended in mistrial
Two men whose first trial ended in a mistrial will now be tried in March 2017. Judson Mackey and Tristan Deveaux appeared before Justice Bernard Turner yesterday for a fixture hearing for the May 2013 murder of Shanrio Deveaux. Turner set a March 6...
 
 
Bahamas Half Marathon powered by Powerade
With approximately 400 registered participants, the 2016 Bahamas Half Marathon is in full swing for Sunday, November 20th. For the fourth year the Bahamas Roadmasters Running Club will be hosting the event and donating part of the proceeds to a local...
 
 
Call to end death penalty
Catholic Archbishop Patrick Pinder and other regional bishops who make up the Antilles Episcopal Conference (AEC) are urging governments to work toward the abolition of the death penalty in the region. In a statement, Pinder, who is president of t...
 
 
Police name wanted men; Several turn themselves in
Police said last night that four of the men wanted for questioning in relation to recent murders turned themselves into the Central Detective Unit. The four are Lynhurst “Rocko” Johnson, 26, of Plaine Street, Pinewood Gardens; Dwayne “Boo Boo...
 
 
Turnquest: No new constituencies needed
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest, who is the Official Opposition’s representative on the Constituencies Commission, yesterday suggested that no new constituencies should be added and highlighted the need for an independent...
 
 
Sears: Late convention allows more time for leadership bid
Following the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) announcement of a new date for its long-awaited convention, PLP candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears, who will challenge Prime Minister Perry Christie for leader, said yesterday the new date, Jan...
 
 
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