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Man sentenced for armed robbery
A supreme court judge on Wednesday sentenced a 22-year-old man to five years in prison for the armed robbery of an elderly man. Jarvis Fernander, 22, was convicted of the armed robbery without the use of a gun and assault with a deadly weapon of Du...
 
 
PM: Baha Mar is all go
Branding Baha Mar’s receipt of a temporary certificate of occupancy yesterday as a milestone ahead of the project’s phased April opening, Prime Minister Perry Christie gleefully said Baha Mar “is all go, and it is all go right now”. “Let m...
 
 
Mother grieves slain 13-year-old son
Determined to meet his goals for the school year of achieving a 3.0 grade point average and passing all his national exams, 13-year-old Keishon Williams arranged to spend Saturday at his aunt’s house to use the Internet to complete his coursework a...
 
 
Mother grieves slain 13-year-old son
Determined to meet his goals for the school year of achieving a 3.0 grade point average and passing all his national exams, 13-year-old Keishon Williams arranged to spend Saturday at his aunt’s house to use the Internet to complete his coursework a...
 
 
Nottage indicates ‘last few weeks’ for voter registration
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage yesterday said the government is satisfied with the rise in registration numbers in the “last few weeks” before the general election. “We have on the computer now 142,000 registered voters; 2...
 
 
DPM defends government’s fiscal record after criticisms from Ingraham
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday labeled former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham’s assessment that the Christie administration has mismanaged the country’s economy and lacked transparency in its reporting on government finances as...
 
 
Fitzgerald: Minnis should resign when Baha Mar opens
Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday called on Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis to resign following the April 21 opening of Baha Mar. Fitzgerald’s comments came hours before CTF BM Holdings Limited, Baha Mar...
 
 
Murder suspect allegedly had gun in cell
A serious breach of security was revealed yesterday when a police officer claimed he caught a murder suspect hiding a gun in a manhole of the cell block at the Central Detective Unit (CDU). Inspector Michael Johnson was testifying in the murder tria...
 
 
Two deny gun charges
Two men accused of gun and ammunition possession have been remanded to prison. Charlton Stuart, 25, of West Street, was arrested on March 16 after police allegedly found him with a .40 pistol and 10 rounds of ammunition. He denied the charges when ...
 
 
BTC rewards top Spelling Bee contestants
Top spellers received top awards from Bahamas Telecommunications (BTC) last Sunday. Jee’Von Pratt, a seventh grade student at St. Augustine’s College, won the National Spelling Bee and will go on to participate in the Scripps National Spelling Be...
 
 
Long Bay Cays Pre-School renamed in honor of ‘dedicated’ educator
LONG BAY CAYS, South Andros – Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Perry Christie said the renaming of the Long Bay Cays Pre-School to the Cleora L. McKenzie Pre-School was "quite fitting", as it commemorated the contributions of a dedicated educ...
 
 
Sandals Corporate University superstar
Determination and class. Just two words used to describe Donathan Johnson, assistant food and beverage manager at Sandals Royal Bahamian. With a successful relaunch in the rear-view mirror, Sandals is now focused on building the capacity of its hard-...
 
 
Ingraham: PLP nontransparent
Lamenting the Christie administration’s management of the country’s finances, former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said despite the government selling value-added tax (VAT) as a debt reduction measure, the tax introduced in January 2015 was noth...
 
 
PM to We March: Don’t make it personal
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday urged organizers and supporters of We March not to make their April 2 demonstration personal. According to community activist and We March organizer Ranard Henfield, the group plans to march from Scotiabank in...
 
 
Construction worker shot dead at job site
A40-year-old man was shot to death shortly after 2 p.m. yesterday while on his job at the old City Market Plaza on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway, police said. The man was a construction worker on the site where the government is building a new po...
 
 
Gibson: Labor law changes urgently needed
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson said yesterday the redundancies at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort and One & Only Ocean Club proved how urgent labor laws in the country needed to be strengthened to protect employees, making the case that several em...
 
 
Police identify murdered teens
Police yesterday identified the victims found shot to death on Sunday as Devonte Lindsay, 15, of Knowles Drive, Bozine Town, and Keishon Williams, 13, of Plantol Street. The boys’ bodies were found shortly after 9 a.m on a track road off Graham Dr...
 
 
PM, DPM rebuke Collie’s claim on PLP election spending
The recent claim by Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie that the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is using taxpayer money to fund its election campaign, drew the rebuke of Prime Minister Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Philip ...
 
 
Miller warns govt on labor law changes
While he has “nothing against” the proposed amendments to the labor laws introduced in Parliament to further protect employees, Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller yesterday cautioned the government to find middle ground with the employers of the country...
 
 
Case discharged against policeman’s son
A magistrate yesterday dismissed charges against a policeman’s son who was allegedly caught with law enforcement ID cards. Tyrell Smith, 24, the son of Police Staff Association President Inspector Dwight Smith, was charged with unlawful possession...
 
 
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