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Another FNM office robbed
Authorities yesterday investigated a break-in at the Free National Movement’s (FNM) Golden Isles Constituency Association office. There have been two other break-ins of constituency offices this year. In the latest incident, a new fridge, freezer...
 
 
Man jailed for large marijuana seizure
A man has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking after a stash of almost 400 pounds of marijuana was found in his home on April 26. Tomico Horton, 41, of Water Street, Big Pond, admitted the offense of drug possession with intent to supply when he appea...
 
 
Man pleads guilty to illegal gun
An 18-year-old man was yesterday sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of a loaded 9mm pistol. Michael Beckford changed his plea before Magistrate Samuel McKinney, who called on him to present a defense to the charge. ...
 
 
Passing the buck
In the face of public backlash over Wednesday’s challenge-riddled advance poll, Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall yesterday placed blame on Carl Smith, the permanent secretary in the Ministry of National Security, telling The Nassau Guardian ...
 
 
Minnis accuses PLP of suppressing voters
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday accused the government of trying to suppress voters by mismanaging the advance poll on Wednesday. He said the chaos at the advance poll was another reason why the Progressive Liberal Pa...
 
 
Man murdered
A man was fatally wounded yesterday shortly after 7 p.m. on Marathon Road, police reported. According to reports the man was shot at a car wash and was taken to hospital where he died. There have been 52 murders in the country so far for the year....
 
 
Civic group petitions court to make Baha Mar deal public
The government’s failure to move the court as promised to unseal the Baha Mar deal it signed last August with China EXIM Bank (CEXIM) to get the troubled project back on track has triggered legal action intended to convince the court to lift the ve...
 
 
Ingraham: Butler-Turner will lose her seat
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham suggested last night that incumbent Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner, who is running as an independent, will not win her seat, insisting the 39 available seats will be shared between only two parties: the Fre...
 
 
Voter fraud case withdrawn
The prosecution yesterday dropped charges against a man accused of registering twice in the same constituency without calling any witnesses against him. Andrew Johnson, 57, who was arrested in March and charged with making a false declaration after ...
 
 
Rolle: My hands are clean
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidate for Pinewood Khaalis Rolle confirmed yesterday that he “unknowingly” purchased a stolen car “many years ago” as alleged by former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, but said he reported the matter to the...
 
 
Roberts: Ingraham trying to sabotage government
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday insisted that former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham is trying to “sabotage the work of the government” with his recent comments. In his return to the public arena while on the ca...
 
 
Barbados advance poll extended
Bahamians residing in Barbados who expected to vote in the advance poll on Wednesday voted on Thursday instead, according to Bahamas Honorary Consul in Barbados Selwyn Smith. The advance poll in Barbados was among advance polls around the world that...
 
 
Turnquest: ‘Nat’l security minister responsible for election’
“Ministers have to take responsibility”, charged Former National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest yesterday following widespread outrage over the chaotic scene that played out during the advance poll at the Kendal G. L. Isaacs National Gymnasi...
 
 
FNM fears election will be botched
With the advance poll plagued by irregularities and confusion, Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday questioned “whether or not the total election would be fair”. “Let me be clear,” Collie said. “We call on this adm...
 
 
Man sentenced to 33 years for mother’s murder
A Supreme Court judge yesterday sentenced a man to 33 years in prison for killing his 81-year-old mother. Jerome Butler stood stone-faced before Justice Indra Charles as she handed down a penalty that is effectively a life sentence for the 58-year-o...
 
 
Chaos
Chaotic scenes played out during the advance poll at Kendal G. L. Isaacs National Gymnasium yesterday, with many people waiting up to four or five hours to vote and others prevented from voting because their names were not on the register. Some opte...
 
 
Ingraham to Christie: Time’s up
In a scorching rebuke of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham last night laid out his case for the Bahamian people to fire Prime Minister Perry Christie, using yesterday’s debacle of an advance general election...
 
 
PM hints at disciplinary action over advance poll
A full reporting on yesterday’s challenge-ridden advance poll was expected to be delivered to Prime Minister Perry Christie last night, a report that the prime minister said will guide him in determining whether Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn H...
 
 
Christie: Revelations about ministers part of FNM lies
Despite Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald admitting to solicitation of contracts from Sarkis Izmirlian, the former developer of Baha Mar, and Minister of Labour Shane Gibson confirming he accepted money from controversial Lyford Cay resident Pe...
 
 
Family Is. voters disadvantaged
The advance poll took place on New Providence and Grand Bahama yesterday, but not on the Family Islands as it did in past elections, leaving some Family Islands residents greatly disadvantaged. Alexander Alexiou, senior broker at Island Real Estate,...
 
 
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