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No explanation on BAMSI spending
While touting the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) as one of its most important initiatives, the government has yet to provide costing for the project to date. As of October 2014, the investment in the Andros facility had rea...
 
 
Christie: No ‘magic number’ for voter registration
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday there is no “magic number” of registered voters needed for him to call the next election. When asked yesterday if there is a particular number of registered voters he is seeking, Christie said, “The...
 
 
PM: We would have known if there were terrorists here
Following an unsubstantiated claim from MSNBC contributor Malcolm Nance that The Bahamas has “more terrorist members than any of those other countries”, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday said he was “astonished” by the claim and insis...
 
 
Cop’s son accused of unlawfully possessing officers’ ID cards
A policeman’s son who was allegedly caught with law enforcement ID cards has been charged with unlawful possession and deceit of a public officer. Tyrell Smith, 24, the son of Police Staff Association President Inspector Dwight Smith, was arraigne...
 
 
Woman charged with armed robbery, causing harm
A woman on bail in relation to murder is back in custody after she was accused of stabbing a woman who offered her a ride. Rhonda Knowles, 27, of Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt yesterday charged with ar...
 
 
Fire at Magistrates Court
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson advised in a statement last night that her office was informed that in the early hours yesterday, a fire was started at the entrance to the Magistrates Court on Nassau Street. Maynard-Gibson said: “We are th...
 
 
University of Florida professor to speak at leadership seminar
Dr. Michael Leslie, professor at the University of Florida in Gainesville, will co-facilitate “The Fundamentals of Effective Leadership Seminar” in Nassau at the British Colonial Hilton on Friday, February 10 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dr. Leslie was ...
 
 
Police force hosts church service, parade in Exuma
It was a time of praise, thanksgiving and celebration as the Royal Bahamas Police Force along with members of other government departments lifted their voices in praise during a worship service at Palestine Union Baptist Church in the Forest, Exuma. ...
 
 
Gibson blasts We March
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson said yesterday he is 100 percent convinced that the We March group and the Trade Union Congress (TUC), which called for industrial action last week, are driven purely by politics, and he called on We March to show the ...
 
 
Terrorist claim sparks outrage, refuted by govt
An unsubstantiated claim by MSNBC contributor Malcolm Nance on Saturday that The Bahamas has “more terrorist members than any of those other countries” provoked widespread social media backlash from outraged Bahamians and a quick statement from t...
 
 
Voter registration at 88,000
Nearly 88,000 people have registered to vote in the next general election, representing approximately 51 percent of the number of voters who registered in the last general election, according to the Parliamentary Registration Department. The departm...
 
 
Eight robbed at gunpoint in church
Eight congregants of Church of God of Prophecy on Ernest and York Streets were robbed at gunpoint at the church on Friday night, police said. They had just finished a praise and worship practice session when a man armed with a handgun entered the ch...
 
 
Miller: Christie’s big test yet to come
After crushing PLP Fort Charlotte candidate Alfred Sears in the party’s leadership race last week, the real test for Prime Minister Perry Christie will be winning over Bahamian voters in the wider population, Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller has pointed...
 
 
Gray: PLP not perfect, but best option
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray charged that even though some voters may not like the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), it is the only viable choice for the next general election. “The PLP is poised to win the next ele...
 
 
Fitzgerald: Rubis saga won’t impact election bid
Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald does not expect the Rubis controversy that attracted negative publicity for him in 2015 to hurt his chances of re-election this year. The government took more than a year to make public a 2014 Black & Veatch report ...
 
 
Union president tells minister ‘mind your own business’
Responding to a petition to remove him from his post, President of The Bahamas Customs Immigration and Allied Workers Union (BCIAWU) Sloane Smith over the weekend called on Prime Minister Perry Christie to remove Minister of Labour Shane Gibson and D...
 
 
‘Like drowning men’
Assessing the final night of the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) national convention as one man’s desperate attempt to hold onto power without a plan for the nation, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis dismissed Prime Minister...
 
 
Butler-Turner calls ‘bull crap’ on joining PLP rumors
After days of silence, Official Opposition Leader and Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner has to put to rest rampant speculation surrounding a possible accommodation between herself and the Progressive Liberal Party in her constituency, insisting th...
 
 
Wanted suspect on murder charge
A man who was featured on the most wanted list has been charged with murder and two others have been accused of harboring him. Amal Hunter, 30, otherwise known as “Bow”, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt yesterday accused of...
 
 
Pastors sentenced to 12 months
Two junior ministers were yesterday each sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment on a charge of child cruelty. Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes convicted Arsenio Butler, 30, and Devin Sears, 28, of supplying a 15-year-old boy liquor “in a man...
 
 
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