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PLP to ratify two more tonight
Tonight, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is set to ratify Eva Bain for Central and South Abaco and Chester Cooper for Exuma, according to PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts. The candidates are expected to be ratified during the party’s National Gene...
 
 
Frank Watson: FNM didn’t dismiss Bain without cause
Former Cabinet Minister Frank Watson said it was “unfortunate” that radio talk show host Lincoln Bain protested as Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Pinewood Reuben Rahming was on stage following Rahming’s ratification on Tuesday nig...
 
 
Bel Canto Singers gears up for Christmastide 2016
After a splendid international summer tour in Montreal and Quebec, Canada, the members of Bel Canto are back to work for this year’s “Christmastide”. The Christmastide concert, held annually two nights early in December, has grown into a belov...
 
 
Three more get FNM nod
The Free National Movement (FNM) last night ratified radio talk show host Jeffrey Lloyd, Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells and businessman and community activist Rueben Rahming for the next general election. Lloyd was ratified for South Beach, Wells was ...
 
 
Minnis continues calls for transparency on Andros proposal
Once again hitting out at the Christie administration over its ‘lack of transparency’, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday called on Prime Minister Perry Christie to put an end to the $2.1 billion agri-fisheries propos...
 
 
PLP convention Jan. 24-26
After postponing its convention following the passage of Hurricane Matthew, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has decided that it will stage the event on January 24-26 next year. In an internal communication yesterday, PLP Secretary General Barb...
 
 
Wilchcombe praises govt’s efforts in crime fight
Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe believes the Christie administration has contributed to the decrease in crime in the country despite a string of murders in New Providence this week. While speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Wilchcombe said address...
 
 
Charge dropped against ‘Jah Cure’
Jamaican reggae artist Siccature Alcock, 38, better known as Jah Cure, and his manager, Terefe Kidane Mason, 26, were arraigned in a magistrate’s court yesterday on charges of disturbing the peace. However, the charge against Alcock was ultimately...
 
 
Gibson: Repairs will ‘take a long time’
Despite the constant efforts of workers to bring the country to a state of normalcy following Hurricane Matthew, Hurricane Relief Coordinator and Golden Gates MP Shane Gibson yesterday admitted that it would be a “long time” before island assessm...
 
 
Chipman: PAC investigations crippled
With the 2017 general election just a few months away, Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Chairman Hubert Chipman suggested it is unlikely that the committee will complete its investigations into the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAM...
 
 
Diamonds International’s post-hurricane restoration commitment
Hurricane restoration is continuing as a major jewelry store recently conducted a cleanup effort in a New Providence community. Though weeks have passed since Hurricane Matthew moved through The Bahamas, leaving much destruction in its path, residen...
 
 
Ancient Lucayan skeletons discovered in Clarence Town
Officials from the Antiquities, Monuments & Museum Corporation (AMMC) have announced the discovery of ancient skeleton remains in Clarence Town, Long Island. The bones, located in two distinct graves, appear to be that of Lucayan people who inhab...
 
 
Gray won’t reveal ‘secret FNM deal’
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray yesterday dismissed a call made by Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis for him to table in Parliament a “secret deal” Gray claimed the FNM administration entered into i...
 
 
Man shot dead at Arundel Street club
Police identified the country’s latest murder victim as 21-year-old Coleman Edgecombe of Pinewood Gardens. According to Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander, the man’s body was found at a sports bar on Arundel Street early Monday morning. “...
 
 
I.C.S. loses ankle bracelet contract
I.C.S. Security Concepts has lost its contract for the tracking of suspects on bail, the company’s CEO Stephen Greenslade confirmed to The Nassau Guardian yesterday. I.C.S. had held the contract since the Free National Movement (FNM) administratio...
 
 
Woman shot dead, two others injured
A woman was shot dead and two other people were injured when gunmen in a vehicle that pulled up at the Sandtrap on West Bay Street opened fire into a crowd shortly after eight o’clock last night, police said. The victims were not identified. The ...
 
 
PM urges accountants to help ‘protect’ economy
Prime Minister Perry Christie believes members of the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) should be more involved with business-related matters in the country and seek to “protect the economy”. Christie also suggested that accounta...
 
 
Jah Cure concerned by rumors after video of altercation goes viral
After a video of an altercation in the lobby of Coral Towers, Atlantis, involving Jamaican reggae artist Siccature Alcock, better known as Jah Cure, went viral on social media, the artist yesterday called on Atlantis officials to deal with the employ...
 
 
Pair charged with teen’s murder
Two men appeared before a magistrate yesterday charged with the murder of a teenager and the attempted murders of five others. Donathan Hanna, 25, of Golden Gates, and Bernard Storr, 24, of Jubilee Gardens, made their initial appearance before Magis...
 
 
St. Anne’s Estates residents outraged over illegal dumping
Dense black smoke billowed over parts of Fox Hill yesterday, the result of furniture, appliances and other items being set ablaze just feet away from homes in St. Anne's Estates off Prince Charles Drive. The northern section of the newly developed a...
 
 
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