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Collie: Board announcements soon
The Minnis administration is expected to announce the appointment of statutory boards “shortly”, according to Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie. The full list of names was expected to be gazetted several weeks ago. Collie expl...
 
 
Murder witness charged after Facebook retraction
A witness in a murder case was yesterday charged with perverting the course of justice after he attempted to recant his statement. In a Facebook video that went viral last week, Carlderon Brown, 27, of Spice Street, Pinewood Gardens, claimed that po...
 
 
Two years in prison for cell phone robbery
A young man who admitted to robbing a woman of a cell phone while armed with a knife was yesterday sentenced to two years in prison. Corey Malcolm, 21, entered a guilty plea to the armed robbery charge at the beginning of his trial before Senior Sup...
 
 
Tourist fined for kissing hotel maid
A tourist who grabbed a room attendant and French kissed her against her will yesterday pleaded guilty to assault and was fined $1,000. Coy Gene Cleveland, of Rock Wall, Texas, assaulted the room attendant in the presence of a coworker on the 12th...
 
 
Department of Labour’s PCRecruiter upgrade training complete
The Bahamas Department of Labour has completed a series of training sessions in preparation for the launch of the upgrade to its local Skills Bank and Recruitment portal. The software was first introduced in 2006, however, an update and relaunch of t...
 
 
Minnis administration fulfills promise on Wi-Fi zones
The government of The Bahamas has begun piloting free Wi-Fi zones at certain parks in the Fox Hill, Gambier Village and Bains and Grants Town communities. The free Wi-Fi zones will allow residents of those areas — particularly school-aged children...
 
 
PLP promises payback
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis has written Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis alleging abuse in relation to recent arrests of former parliamentarians, and warning that where such abuses of power occur, the offending parties, be they police office...
 
 
Policemen suspended over viral video
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade suspended two police officers yesterday after a profanity-laced video, which appears to show one of the officers drinking on the job, went viral. Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said, “Police...
 
 
Man shot dead in Pinewood Gardens
A man was shot dead near a house in Pinewood Gardens on Saturday evening, police said. According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Clayton Fernander, shortly after 5 p.m., a man was cleaning a vehicle on Buttonwood and Silk Cotton Streets when a s...
 
 
Fire caused over $100K in damage to hospital
A fire at Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport on Friday caused more than $100,000 in damage, according to Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands. During a press conference at the hospital yesterday, Sands commended Acting Hospital Administrator Sandra Morti...
 
 
Roberts dismisses resignation calls from Galanis, Roker
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts scoffed at calls for him to immediately resign as chairman of the party, and suggested that those who continue to make those appeals are naysayers on the fringes of the party. Roberts was refe...
 
 
Roberts asks whether govt’s action led to Carey’s death
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday questioned if the “disgraceful actions” of the Free National Movement (FNM) “contributed to the unexpected demise of Dr. Baldwin Carey” after he claimed the late physician was...
 
 
Approximately 195 employees affected by Riu temporary closure
Approximately 195 Riu Palace Paradise Island resort employees will be out of work beginning today, as the resort closes to undertake $25 million in renovations, according to Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes. The areas to be renovated include hotel ro...
 
 
Over 80 undocumented Haitian migrants arrested on Thursday
More than 80 undocumented Haitian migrants were arrested last Thursday, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) reported yesterday. Shortly after 7 p.m., authorities spotted an American vessel that ran aground near Little Inagua. Onboard were over 3...
 
 
Mitchell: Govt seeking to slave shame PLPs
Progressive Liberal Party Senator Fred Mitchell has accused the government of ‘slave shaming’ members of the PLP. Mitchell was referring to the arrest of former Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Chairman Dion Smith, who is t...
 
 
Smith charged with extortion
Former chairman of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Frank Smith yesterday denied charges that he abused his position by extorting $65,000 from a woman who held a contract with the body. Smith, 52, was arraigned on 13 counts of extortion, one cou...
 
 
Collie: Nobody listens to Bradley Roberts anymore
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday warned Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Robert’s to be “careful what he asks for”, following Roberts’ call on party supporters to “rise up and challenge” the ...
 
 
Fire at Rand Memorial
Patients and staff at the Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama had to be evacuated from the building yesterday after a fire started in the kitchen sometime after 3 p.m., Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said. “I am advised that the f...
 
 
Another man murdered in the capital
In the fifth murder in less than a week, a man on bail for a serious offense, who was being electronically monitored, was shot dead shortly before 4 p.m. in the Oakes Field area. According to police, two women and a man were in a Honda Fit vehicle, ...
 
 
Man accused of beating death
A 27-year-old man of Emmanuel Drive was yesterday charged with murder over the beating death of a man. Fredrico Bethel, otherwise known as Faraway, is accused of causing the death of Simon Paul between May 14 and 17. Bethel, who did not have a lawy...
 
 
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