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Unions and We March call for national ‘sit down’
Trade Union Congress (TUC) Leader Obie Ferguson and We March Bahamas organizer Ranard Henfield yesterday said a national ‘sit down’ by workers throughout the country is planned for today in light of what they claim are unresolved labor issues. T...
 
 
Roberts: FNM too serious a risk
Addressing hundreds of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters at its first national convention since 2009, PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts contended last night that the PLP remains the most compelling option in 2017, insisting the PLP is the only un...
 
 
Dwight and Keva Major back behind bars
Convicted drug dealers Dwight and Keva Major, who had maintained a relatively low profile after serving time in the United States, are back behind bars on an illegal gun charge. Police arrested the couple and their 22-year-old son, Ra’Von Major, f...
 
 
Gibson backs employment stats
Labor Minister Shane Gibson yesterday defended Prime Minister Perry Christie’s announcement that the Christie administration created 32,000 jobs this term. While speaking at the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) prayer breakfast on Sunday, Christie ...
 
 
Komolafe: DNA women could change McCartney’s views
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Killarney candidate Arinthia Komolafe said yesterday that despite DNA Leader Branville McCartney’s vote against the questions in last year’s gender equality referendum, and his opposition to the Marital Rape Bil...
 
 
Minnis disputes PM’s jobs claim
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis deepened his indictment of Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday, declaring that he has lost touch with the “reality that the majority of Bahamians face in their everyday lives” and his re...
 
 
GHS students charged
Two Government High School students were charged yesterday in connection with the stabbing of a student and injuries to two other students on the school’s campus last week. The 17-year-old boys will be tried in the Juvenile Court in respect to t...
 
 
Davis confirms he won’t run against Christie
After more than a year of hinting at a possible leadership bid, and saying that he is prepared to lead the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis has confirmed that he will not challenge Prime Minister Perry Christi...
 
 
Two more murders
Police have reported another two murders. Police said last night that a man was shot dead in Kennedy Subdivision near Nick’s body work shop. There were no immediate details on the latest murder to be recorded in The Bahamas. Hours earlier, polic...
 
 
Roberts: We all must be a part of crime solution
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday insisted that crime is a challenge to all administrations and suggested a national approach to the problem. “We all must become a part of the solution on crime,” said Roberts i...
 
 
Education official: Metal detectors not the answer
Signaling the need for change in the public school system, including legislation to remove the “red tape” surrounding principals’ discretion to remove problem students from schools, Southwestern District Superintendent Julian Anderson said whil...
 
 
Weather causes BPL outages
Adverse weather conditions, including high winds and thunderstorms, are to blame for the loss in power supply to several areas throughout New Providence yesterday morning, said Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) officials. Residents in the eastern, south...
 
 
Unions and We March to take action ‘very soon’
Trade Union Congress (TUC) President Obie Ferguson yesterday announced that a number of union heads will join forces with the organizers of We March Bahamas to orchestrate something “very dramatic, very soon” to grab the attention of the governme...
 
 
Two charged with murder
Police charged suspects in two separate murders yesterday. Both men appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt and were denied bail. Devon Strachan, 27, of Peter Street, was charged with the January 1 murder of Benjamin Rolle, 50. Stra...
 
 
PM: 32,000 new jobs this term
The Christie administration has created 32,000 jobs this term, which demonstrates that the economy is on a path to recovery, Prime Minister Perry Christie declared yesterday. “No matter what they say about the Progressive Liberal Party, let the st...
 
 
Sears calls for PLP to be fair
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears, who will challenge Prime Minister Perry Christie this week for the party’s leadership, has suggested that the appointment of “significant numbers” of stalwart coun...
 
 
Dames wants metal detectors in schools
Teasing some of the Free National Movement’s (FNM) policy initiatives to address crime, FNM Mount Moriah candidate and former Deputy Commissioner of Police Marvin Dames yesterday called on the government to install metal detectors in every junior a...
 
 
Smith sorry for ‘hateful’ remarks, insists Bahamas a racist place
Grand Bahama lawyer Fred Smith said yesterday he is “deeply sorry” for “hurtful” and “hateful” comments he made about black Bahamians recently, but remained steadfast in his opinion that The Bahamas is a “very xenophobic, a nationally i...
 
 
Lloyd calls on PM to visit GHS
The Free National Movement’s (FNM) South Beach candidate Jeffrey Lloyd yesterday challenged Prime Minister Perry Christie to visit Government High School no later than today, accusing the government and the country’s leader of showing “indiffer...
 
 
PM: I feel strong
Determined to emerge from the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) convention this week as leader and retain the office of prime minister in the upcoming general election, Prime Minister Perry Christie, who has shifted into campaign mode, contended th...
 
 
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