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‘Blackouts could be human error’
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday he has been unofficially advised that recent challenges at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) which led to island-wide power outages in New Providence could have been the result of “human error”. However, ...
 
 
Gray: Letter to Gomez rescinded
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray said yesterday his October letter to Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul Andy Gomez giving him the green light to further pursue a $2.1 billion China-Bahamas agri-fisheries project in Andros wa...
 
 
BPL promises system upgrade
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) CEO Pamela Hill said yesterday the company will make investments in its system to strengthen both New Providence power plants in upcoming months to prevent frequent power outages as summer 2017 approaches. There were tw...
 
 
Constituency association responds to Key controversy
The Central and South Abaco branch of the Free National Movement (FNM) has responded to area MP Edison Key’s scathing takedown of FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, claiming it wanted to clear up any misconceptions left in the wake of Key’s recent c...
 
 
Roberts: PLP would welcome Key with open arms
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday the party would welcome Central and South Abaco MP Edison Key back into its fold with “open arms”. Key confirmed on Saturday that he will not run again on the Free National ...
 
 
Turnquest: FNM will make best decision in Abaco
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest indicated yesterday that he believes South and Central Abaco MP Edison Key’s scathing criticisms of Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis were “reactionary” to a decision that has not b...
 
 
TUC would support national strike
Trade Union Congress (TUC) President Obie Ferguson said yesterday he would welcome the organizers of “We March Bahamas’’ initiating a national strike. Ferguson said it would be a “fundamental course of action” if there is no amicable resol...
 
 
Murder, attempted murder trial nolled
The attorney general’s office yesterday stopped a murder and attempted murder trial in which the main prosecution witness recanted his witness statement. Daran Neely, of Avocado Street, Pinewood Gardens, appeared before Justice Bernard Turner in c...
 
 
Brothers cleared of rape charge
After deliberating for just over an hour, a Supreme Court jury yesterday acquitted three brothers of raping a woman in their home. According to the prosecution’s case, the alleged victim was walking home around 6 p.m. when Terevis Rolle and Ventoi...
 
 
Man shot dead after pulling up to home
A man was shot dead on Walton Street off Mermaid Boulevard late Sunday night, police reported. According to officials, the man had just pulled up to his home when a man armed with a handgun accosted him and shot him before fleeing on foot. Police m...
 
 
Former Governor General Sir Orville Turnquest launches historic, revealing book
Surrounded by a small group of family and friends, Sir Orville Turnquest, former governor general, presented the first copy of his book, “What Manner of Man is This?” to the current Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling during a brief ceremon...
 
 
Man shot dead after pulling up to home
A man was shot dead on Walton Street off Mermaid Boulevard late Sunday night, police reported. According to officials, the man had just pulled up to his home when a man armed with a handgun accosted him and shot him before fleeing on foot. Police m...
 
 
Five invested as knights and ladies of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre
Five Bahamians were made knights and ladies of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre during ceremonies at St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City on November 18. Monsignor Alfred Culmer, chancellor of the Archdiocese of Nassau and pastor of St Joseph’...
 
 
ACP Press Clubs Federation plans more member state involvement
BRUSSELS, Belgium – Executives of the newly formed African Caribbean & Pacific (APC) Press Clubs Federation took a conscious decision on November 30 to encourage more involvement from journalists in member states, especially the Caribbean and P...
 
 
Blackout
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) said “generation challenges coupled with transmission issues” were the cause of a total power outage on New Providence for much of Sunday. BPL Corporate Communications Manager Arnette Ingraham told The Nassau Guardi...
 
 
Key lashes Minnis
South and Central Abaco MP Edison Key confirmed on Saturday that he will not run again on the Free National Movement’s (FNM) ticket and excoriated FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, claiming he is not a man of this word, and is ‘destroying’ the part...
 
 
Leslie Miller: Henfield in over his head
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday ‘We March Bahamas’ organizer Ranard Henfield is “in over his head”, following “outrageous” demands, including demanding that Prime Minister Perry Christie address the nation by Thursday or face c...
 
 
Male found dead in GB apartment complex
Police in Grand Bahama are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a male yesterday. Reports are that shortly before 10:00 a.m., police were called to an apartment complex on Tangelo Lane, where they found the lifeless body of a mal...
 
 
Plan aims to eliminate poverty by 2040
Focusing on governance, human capital, infrastructure, and the environment and economy, the draft of the National Development Plan outlines the steps needed to be taken for The Bahamas to have a transparent, accountable and effective government, a su...
 
 
Roberts, Dames spar over crime comments
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday the party is disappointed in the Free National Movement’s (FNM) candidate for Mount Moriah, former Deputy Commissioner of Police Marvin Dames, who said he believes the country...
 
 
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