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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...
 
 
D’Aguilar: Place public schools under private control
Following an altercation at Government High School last week that resulted in one student being stabbed and two others injured, Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Montagu Dionisio D’Aguilar yesterday suggested public schools be removed from...
 
 
Officials of children’s hostel applaud bus donation
Members of the board of directors of the Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel have applauded a local philanthropist for the recent donation of a 2017 twelve-seat bus to the hostel, saying that the donation speaks to the importance and effectiveness ...
 
 
Mayaguana, Acklins to get Visa pre-paid cards, gift cards to replace emergency food coupons
Qualified residents in Mayaguana will receive their Visa pre-paid Cards by February 3, 2017, Minister of Social Services and Community Development Melanie Sharon Griffin announced on January 20, 2017 at a Department of Social Services motivational se...
 
 
Roots take it
A change in the 2017 New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade results made the Roots Junkanoo group, and not the Valley Boys, the official winner. The new results came just over two weeks after an unofficial announcement was made by officials at the Junkano...
 
 
Doctor: Woman who died had blow to the head
An elderly woman found dead in her bedroom could have died from asphyxia, a court heard yesterday. Pathologist Dr. Caryn Sands told jurors yesterday that she observed bleeding within the neck muscles, bleeding on the brain caused by a blow to the he...
 
 
Minnis calls for immediate action to combat crime
As crime continues to escalate in the country, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis is calling for immediate action to address the issue. He also promised to implement “a strong plan” to provide proper training fro law enforceme...
 
 
Duncombe expresses concern on voter apathy, Boundaries Commission report
Leader of The Gatekeepers Pastor Jeremiah Duncombe expressed concerns about continuous delays of the tabling of the Boundaries Commission report in Parliament and voter apathy in The Bahamas as the country prepares for the general election. In a pre...
 
 
Two arraigned for murder conspiracy
Two men denied involvement in a murder conspiracy during their arraignment before the Supreme Court. Daran Neely, 28, and Jahmaro Edgecombe, 21, appeared before Justice Bernard Turner yesterday Prosecutors allege that Neely, Edgecombe and others pl...
 
 
Former ACP: Country a war zone
Former Assistant Commissioner of Police Paul Thompson said yesterday he believes The Bahamas is turning into a war zone. During an interview with The Nassau Guardian, Thompson said he doubts that things will get better any time soon. “You have a ...
 
 
PLP ratifies 16
The Progressive Liberal Party is nearly done presenting its full slate of candidates for the next general election after ratifying 16 candidates for the upcoming contest. Those ratified last night include many familiar faces and a sprinkling of newc...
 
 
‘Worst day in PLP is better than best day in FNM’
As hundreds of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters cheered him on last night, Prime Minister Perry Christie declared that the PLP is an infinitely better option to govern The Bahamas than the Free National Movement (FNM) and urged them to be s...
 
 
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