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Student stabbed at H. O. Nash Junior High School
A male student of H. O. Nash Junior High School was stabbed by another student during an altercation at the school's campus today, authorities said. Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said the student was transported to hospital in...
 
 
‘A knife in our heart’
Between Friday evening and Saturday afternoon, thousands of Bahamians held their breath, bowed their heads and crossed their fingers, hoping that little seven-year-old Elnora “Mama” Bullard would be found unharmed after news of her disappearance ...
 
 
PLP names shadow Cabinet
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Interim Leader Philip Brave Davis announced yesterday that he has appointed a shadow Cabinet on behalf of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition. Each of the appointees will speak in Parliament on their respective areas o...
 
 
FNM to maintain BAMSI and Urban Renewal spending
Despite the Free National Movement (FNM) while in opposition lamenting what it often characterized as the mismanagement and lack of proper fiscal accounting of the former government’s Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) and U...
 
 
PAHO: Landfill urgent public health hazard
An assessment of the New Providence Landfill conducted by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in April has concluded that while the March 5 fire at the landfill that burned for nearly one month was an “acute health risk”, the landfill its...
 
 
Govt lays out landfill plan
Taking into consideration the list of recommendations made by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in a report which thoroughly assessed the New Providence Landfill, the Ministry of Environment and Housing and the Ministry of Health have laid ...
 
 
Govt responds to United States’ Paris Agreement pullout
The government has expressed concern over the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change and further pledged its ongoing commitment to the agreement despite the United States’ decision. The Paris Agreement is an agr...
 
 
Some agencies see budget boon
Although the government has waffled on its plans to repeal value-added tax (VAT) on breadbasket items in the upcoming fiscal year due to inherited fiscal constraints and extensive borrowing to fulfill the government’s obligations, the Minnis admi...
 
 
American man drowns
An American man visiting The Bahamas drowned yesterday while snorkeling in waters off Pearl Island near Paradise Island, police said. According to Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean, shortly after 11 a.m. the man took part in a reg...
 
 
Two more murders
A man was found shot to death shortly before 5 p.m. yesterday at Okra Hill near the old City Lounge, police said. There was little information on the shooting up to press time. In a separate incident over the holiday weekend, a man was found dead s...
 
 
Teenager to stand trial for murder
A 16-year-old boy and a 22-year-old man have been committed to stand trial for a shooting that left one person dead and three others, including an infant, fighting for their lives. Prosecutors say there is sufficient evidence for the teenager and St...
 
 
Man jailed for five years for AK-47
A woman fainted in court after she and her son were arraigned on charges of possession of a prohibited weapon and ammunition on Thursday. Julie Anne Black and her son, Jachris Black, were arrested on May 31 after officers from the Elizabeth Estates ...
 
 
DNA: FNM budget for the rich, not the small man
The 2017/2018 budget favors the rich and does very little for the small man, charged Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Deputy Leader Chris Mortimer yesterday. “In their latest campaign promise bait and switch, the Free National Movement (FNM) has...
 
 
Girl’s body found on beach at Arawak Cay
Although police have not officially identified the body retrieved from waters off Arawak Cay on Saturday afternoon, Senior Assistant Commissioner Stephen Dean said authorities suspect it is that of 7-year-old Elnora Bullard, who was reported missing...
 
 
$722 mil. in borrowing
The government intends to borrow a combined $722 million to cover the deficit left by the Christie administration and finance its commitments in the upcoming fiscal year, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest revealed yesterda...
 
 
PLP’s cumulative deficit $2.2 billion
While the Minnis administration has met the “cupboards bare”, the near-term outlook for domestic economic activity appears modestly positive this year with the phased opening of Baha Mar and other foreign investment-led projects, Minister of Fina...
 
 
Davis: Hurricane led to large deficit
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis insisted yesterday that the sharp rise in the GFS deficit — from a projected $100 million to $500 million this budget year — was due to Hurricane Matthew, and not a result of fiscal mismanagement. Davis, the ...
 
 
Man acquitted in teen boy rape case
A jury unanimously acquitted a man accused of the rape of a 17-year-old boy yesterday. Prosecutors alleged that Chancey Brown, 34, violated the trust of a woman who allowed him to stay with her by molesting her stepson on four occasions between Apri...
 
 
VAT repeals delayed
The government will delay its plans to repeal value-added tax (VAT) on breadbasket items due to the extensive borrowing needed to cover the government’s obligations, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday. But...
 
 
Davis defends decision on pre-election contracts
Most of the contracts the Minnis administration claims were signed weeks, and in some cases days, before the 2017 general election, just happened to “culminate at that point”, according to Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davi...
 
 
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