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Man accused of assault on child
A man accused of assaulting a child will be tried next month. Wesner Myrtil, who is known as Wesner Mertil, appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney yesterday charged with assault. Prosecutors allege that he bit an 18-month-old boy who was left...
 
 
Prison officer pleads guilty to drug possession
A prison officer has lost his job and his freedom after he was caught with drugs intended for an inmate. Logan Smith, 45, of Hampton Street, was today jailed for a year in prison after he pleaded guilty to a charge of drug possession with intent to ...
 
 
Christie defends spending in office
Former Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday defended his administration against claims of misfeasance and its handling of the relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. Christie said the Minnis administration will find the answers it s...
 
 
Sands quells missing money rumors
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday quelled rumors about the disappearance of some $25 million from his ministry. In a statement released yesterday evening, Sands said, “It should also be noted that in light of the recent rumors and alleg...
 
 
Ingraham, Flowers, U.S. Embassy among those praising Nottage
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday remembered the late Dr. Bernard Nottage as a “worthy political opponent”. Ingraham, who was in Cleveland, Ohio, said in a statement that Nottage was a “dedicated parliamentarian” who was always...
 
 
Gomez appalled by Izmirlian’s request
Former Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday he is “appalled” by former Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian’s request that the Minnis administration place a moratorium on the completion of the Baha Mar sale. “He embarrass...
 
 
Christie: Nottage was crushed by election loss
Former Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that the late Dr. Bernard Nottage was “crushed” by the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) loss in the May 10 general election. Key members of the Christie administration, Nottage among them,...
 
 
Nottage’s death hits hard in Bains Town
Eleanor Johnson knew the late Dr. Bernard J. Nottage for 36 years and has been volunteering in his Bains and Grants Town Constituency Office since 2007. As she stood over her desk on Thursday morning, she fought back tears in the office plastered wi...
 
 
Bermudian fugitive waives extradition hearing
A 46-year-old Bermudian who was arrested in Mayaguana on Monday waived an extradition hearing and agreed to return home to face trial on charges of possession of cocaine with intent to supply and conspiracy to import cocaine. Rudolph Travers Clarke ...
 
 
Marine in Inagua brawl discharged
A defence force marine was yesterday given an absolute discharge after completing anger management courses and community service. In January, Magistrate Samuel McKinney ordered Able Seaman Olishavon Armbrister to pay a total of $4,500 in restitution...
 
 
Minister Henfield completes major foreign meetings
Minister of Foreign Affairs Darren Henfield has completed a round of major foreign meetings, including leading the Bahamas delegation participating in the 47th annual General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Cancun, Mexico, 19...
 
 
Bahamas National Trust launches Corporate Partnership Programme
Major business donors have pledged over $200,000 to support management of the country's national park system. The companies were recognized for their donations during a special breakfast meeting at the British Colonial Hilton to launch the Bahamas N...
 
 
Nottage dies
Dr. Bernard J. Nottage, a former minister of national security, education, health and consumer affairs, and a “giant” in the political and sporting worlds in The Bahamas, died yesterday at the Cleveland Clinic in Florida. He was 71. Nottage, wh...
 
 
Symonette: More shocks to come
Minister of Financial Services Brent Symonette said yesterday there are more “shocks to come” regarding various government agencies, however, he gave no specifics on what the shocks were in relation to. “The election was May 10,” Symonette s...
 
 
Minnis says he will not interfere with Baha Mar sale
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday indicated that the government has no intention of “interfering” with Baha Mar. Speaking shortly before the House of Assembly sitting began, Minnis told The Nassau Guardian, “We will follow the law. We...
 
 
Specifics of PM’s meeting with Izmirlian unknown
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis met with former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian last week. The meeting came ahead of Sunday's release by Izmirlian, calling on the government to intervene and put a moratorium on the Baha Mar sale. It is unclear...
 
 
Clarke: Cooper should have made remarks in private
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) St. Anne’s candidate Dr. Charles Clarke said he agrees with much of Exuma and Ragged Island Member of Parliament (MP) Chester Cooper’s observations of why the PLP lost the last general election, but said C...
 
 
Darville pleads not to cut NHI jobs
Progressive Liberal Party Senator Dr. Michael Darville yesterday pleaded with the government to reconsider job cuts at the National Health Insurance (NHI) Secretariat. On Monday night, the NHI Secretariat announced that it was cutting jobs for worke...
 
 
Darville: No evidence of wrongdoing in GB hurricane cleanup
Progressive Liberal Party Senator Dr. Michael Darville said yesterday there is “no evidence of any wrongdoing” in the cleanup efforts that took place in Grand Bahama after Hurricane Matthew and maintained that ”full value for money” was recei...
 
 
Murder case heads to Supreme Court
A 21-year-old man will be tried in the Supreme Court on charges of murder and abetment to murder. Kendrick Riley, of Golden Isles Road, was formally committed to stand trial yesterday for the October 17, 2016, shooting death of Rhoda Russell. The t...
 
 
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