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Second man arraigned for August murder
Police have charged a second suspect in the fatal shooting of Martin Nixon. Kyle Newbold, 24, was formally charged with Nixon’s August 23 murder when he appeared before Acting Deputy Chief Magistrate Constance Delancy yesterday. According to poli...
 
 
Jealous lover admits acid attack
A jealous woman upset that her lover had reconciled with his wife threw acid on the couple and their child, a court heard yesterday. D’Nika Mackey, 28, of Sandilands Village Road, pleaded guilty to three counts of use of deadly means of harm when ...
 
 
Guardian apologises to Louis Bacon
We wish to apologise to Mr. Louis Bacon for certain statements contained in two (2) adverts published in our newspaper on the 29th January, 2016 and 22nd February, 2016. The adverts in question were paid for by Nygard International Partnership and c...
 
 
Bump and rob suspects acquitted
A judge yesterday directed a jury to acquit two men accused of deliberately bumping a car two women were in with the intention of robbing them. Vincent Knowles and Samuel Dorsett Jr. were charged with the armed robberies of Branishka Roberts and Jan...
 
 
‘Reliving a nightmare’
A week after celebrating what would have been Marco Archer’s 16th birthday, his sister, Tancia Humes said yesterday the news that the Court of Appeal quashed the murder conviction and death sentence of Kofhe Goodman, the man accused of killing Marc...
 
 
Court: Defense misconduct and pretrial publicity warrant new trial for Goodman
Kofhe Goodman was yesterday granted a retrial for the murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer after the Court of Appeal found that adverse pretrial publicity and the misconduct of his lawyer made the trial unfair. The appellate court quashed Goodman’s ...
 
 
Munroe: Goodman unlikely to get bail
After having his murder conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal yesterday, Kofhe Goodman, who was granted a retrial for the accused murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer, is eligible for bail. However, Goodman’s attorney, Wayne Munroe, said he “c...
 
 
Lawyer charged with libel
A lawyer who was fired from the Royal Bahamas Police Force last year has been accused of publishing defamatory statements about the police commissioner and an assistant commissioner. Maria Daxon, 49, of Pinewood Gardens, was yesterday arraigned befo...
 
 
Sandals shows construction that led to closure
There was no way for Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort to remain open while the property undergoes $4 million in renovations, according to Construction Project Manager James Wilson. “These are very major issues,” Wilson said during an extensive tour...
 
 
Minnis satisfied with Wells’ LOI explanation
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said he is “very satisfied” with Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells’ explanation on why he signed a controversial letter of intent (LOI) for Stellar Waste To Energy Bahamas Limited in 2014, although the questions M...
 
 
Still no carnival report
Despite a promise by Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe that the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) would release its economic and revenue report for Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival 2016 to the public “as soon as possible” and meet with the m...
 
 
Several in custody for Bahamasair scam
Police are investigating an alleged scam involving the sale of fraudulent Bahamasair tickets and now have several individuals in custody, according to a statement released by Bahamasair Holdings Ltd. on Thursday. “We wish to advise the general pub...
 
 
Tourism stepping up Zika-fighting efforts
Hotels and guest properties throughout the country have reportedly intensified their proactive measures against the Zika virus. According to the Ministry of Tourism, a number of hotels have made insect repellant available to their visitors. They ar...
 
 
Man acquitted of rape, armed robbery
A jury on Thursday unanimously acquitted a 32-year-old man of rape and armed robbery. Prosecutors alleged that Olrick Farrington, otherwise known as “Blackus”, raped a woman at gunpoint in an abandoned building at Firetrail Road and robbed a mal...
 
 
Govt negotiator: Customs industrial agreement now in union’s court
According to government industrial relations consultant Keith Archer, it is now up to the Bahamas Customs Immigration and Allied Workers Union (BCIAWU) to decide when its leaders will sign off on a long anticipated industrial agreement. Archer tol...
 
 
PM: Sealing deals is quite normal
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) made the application to the Supreme Court to seal the deal it signed with the government to get Baha Mar completed and opened, to allow the bank to finalize “sensi...
 
 
Neilly not seeking renomination
North Eleuthera MP Theo Neilly is the most recent in a series of Free National Movement (FNM) members of Parliament who won’t be running on the party’s ticket for the next general election. Although he told The Nassau Guardian at the end of June...
 
 
Carnival audit expected to be released today
Nearly four months after the 2016 Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe said an economic and revenue report should be released today. It took just under two months for the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) to relea...
 
 
Defense: Teen should not be held responsible for Wilson’s death
The teenager who allegedly provided the knife that is believed to have been used to kill Adonai Wilson should not be held accountable for his death, his lawyer Murrio Ducille argued yesterday. The 18-year-old is on trial for Wilson’s murder that o...
 
 
Minnis suggests abortion law adequate to address microcephaly
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday the law does not need to be amended to permit abortions in cases where microcephaly has been identified in pregnant women as existing legislation already permits abortions in these sorts of cases. O...
 
 
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