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Two shot to death in GB
Two men were shot to death in Grand Bahama early yesterday, police said. The shooting was reported shortly before 1 a.m. in the Logwood Road area. One of the men died on the scene and the other was taken to hospital where he died. Police said a ma...
 
 
PM: I’ll respond to Ingraham
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that while he had not had an opportunity to read the concerns expressed by former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham over issues related to the upcoming general election, he will review Ingraham’s comments m...
 
 
Nottage: Govt prepared to go to homes to register voters
Making a case that the government is doing all it can to bolster low voter registration numbers, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday that the government is prepared to visit people’s homes to register them to vote for t...
 
 
Fitzgerald knocks FOIA advocates
As he outlined the key components of the Freedom of Information Bill in Parliament, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday that despite the proponents and advocates marching for the bill to be passed, many of those people “who had a...
 
 
Fitzgerald knocks FOIA advocates
As he outlined the key components of the Freedom of Information Bill in Parliament, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday that despite the proponents and advocates marching for the bill to be passed, many of those people “who had a...
 
 
Rollins says McCartney, Moncur appointments ‘a mistake’
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins said yesterday that in hindsight, Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner’s decision to appoint Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney and Justice of the Peace Rodney Moncur to the...
 
 
25 trained clinical nurses for Grand Bahama
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Minister for Grand Bahama Dr. Michael Darville applauded a new initiative that recently produced 25 trained clinical nurses, graduates of a program that is the result of a collaboration of the Public Hospitals Authority, th...
 
 
Worries over election prep
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said yesterday he is concerned that Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall will be unable to ensure a smooth election process due to his inexperience and the problems that arose during the June 7, 2016 gender eq...
 
 
Roberts: Pintard unfit for office
The ratification of former Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard for the Marco City constituency is another demonstration of FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ “poor leadership and judgment”, said Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chai...
 
 
Minnis: Halkitis’ VAT explanation a disservice
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis contended yesterday that Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis’ “continued obfuscation” on how value-added tax (VAT) revenue has been spent has done a “great disservice to the Bah...
 
 
Gun found in junior high school
A handgun with no ammunition was discovered at the temporary location of A F. Adderly Junior High School, off Tonique Williams-Darling Highway, on Monday. Police said two male students were taken into custody for questioning. There were no further ...
 
 
Gray: Minnis has overseen the destruction of the FNM
Minister of Agriculture V. Alfred Gray yesterday charged that Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has “overseen the greatest destruction of a political party in the history of politics”. Gray was responding to Minnis’ comment...
 
 
Still no date for NHI rollout
There is still no set date for the rollout of the much-touted primary care services phase of National Health Insurance (NHI). When asked when the long-delayed program will officially begin, NHI Project Manager Dr. Delon Brennen admitted: “We do no...
 
 
90-120 doctors could shoulder NHI, says Clarke
In order for a working model of National Health Insurance (NHI) to be rolled out, only 90 to 120 primary care service providers need sign on and participate, Bahamas Doctors Union President Dr. Charles Arthur Clarke claimed yesterday. But Clarke s...
 
 
Man sentenced for attacking ER doctor
A man was yesterday sentenced to six months’ imprisonment for injuring an emergency room physician who was treating him. Ranaldo Winters, of Blue Hill Estates, pleaded guilty to causing harm to Dr. Rickey Davis before his trial began before Magist...
 
 
Freedom of Information Bill set to pass today
The Freedom of Information Bill is expected to be passed in the House of Assembly today following a second reading and a debate on the bill, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday. The bill was tabled in the House in December. In an...
 
 
VAT accounting remains unclear
Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis acknowledged yesterday that value-added tax (VAT) revenue did not go toward the purchase of Royal Bahamas Defence Force vessels and Bahamasair planes, and that $150 million has not yet been spent to intr...
 
 
‘It was not an attempt to deceive’
Amid widespread criticisms that his recent explanation of how government spent more than $1 billion collected in value-added tax (VAT) was hollow, Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis said yesterday that he never intended to provide a detai...
 
 
PM: Minnis should keep quiet
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday warned Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis to “keep quiet” before the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) highlights his “inadequacies and ineffectiveness”. On Friday, Minnis said the f...
 
 
Pintard, others ratified for FNM last night
Former Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard, who resigned his post 10 months ago for his involvement in reportedly uncovering an alleged murder plot, was ratified for Marco City last night. He was among five candidates the FNM ratif...
 
 
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