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Tourist fined for gun and bullets
An American tourist who was arrested after he declared his licensed handgun to an airline ticket agent at Lynden Pindling International Airport was yesterday ordered to pay fines totaling $3,300 to avoid spending eight months in prison. Matthew Wolc...
 
 
‘Youngsters’ shot dead
Two males – believed to be teenagers — were found shot to death on a track road off Graham Drive, Yellow Elder Gardens, by residents yesterday morning, police said. While they were not identified, Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander said the ...
 
 
SAC student wins spelling bee after third try
After 17 rounds and four hours of intense competition, 12-year-old St. Augustine’s College student Jee’Von Pratt won the 20th Bahamas National Spelling Bee last night at Atlantis, after an “oversight” led to his wrongful elimination. Pratt, ...
 
 
We March to endorse a party other than PLP if it’s ignored by govt
Insisting that its two previous marches “made a difference” for Bahamians, the We March group plans to host its third march on April 2 to highlight a number of issues, including the problematic New Providence Landfill and what it feels should be ...
 
 
PM suggests Dr. Minnis can’t articulate, grasp complex issues
The perceived inability of Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis to represent Bahamians on the international stage with distinction has emerged as a central theme of Prime Minister Perry Christie’s election campaign message, with Ch...
 
 
30 percent of registered voters are millennials
Bahamians ages 18 to 25 make up the largest group of registered voters, according to data provided by the Parliamentary Registration Department. The data also shows there are far more women registered than men — 16 percent more. As of March 10, 7...
 
 
Key plans to campaign for PLP
While he has not given up the idea altogether of running as an independent, Central and South Abaco MP Edison Key has pledged his support to the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and said he plans to campaign “as hard as I can” for the party he lef...
 
 
Roberts: PLP not using tax money for campaign
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts has branded as “patently false” a statement issued by Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie that the Christie administration is using taxpayer money to fund its PLP campaign e...
 
 
FNM: Taxes used for PLP campaign
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday accused the Christie administration of using taxpayer money to fund the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) election campaign, pointing to a Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Instit...
 
 
Woman stabbed over Facebook beef
A woman who stabbed a rival over an ongoing Facebook feud has been ordered to perform community service and pay $500 in restitution to her victim. Keisha Horton, 21, of Coral Harbour, pleaded guilty to minor causing harm when she appeared before Mag...
 
 
Miller: Minnis wouldn’t last six months
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller yesterday warned that former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette’s return to politics would be a threat to the leadership of Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, and predicted that Minnis would not la...
 
 
New route to test unified bus system starting soon
The government’s pilot project that will seek to create a unified bus system is expected to begin next month, according to Minister of Transportation and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin. “There is a new route that is being gazetted,” Hanna-Martin...
 
 
Teenager charged with murder
The teenager accused of the murdering of a man 20 years his senior was visibly shaken at his first court appearance yesterday. Jason Stubbs, 18, of Rugby Drive, Winton Meadows, is charged with the March 10 murder of Delanzo Cartwright Sr., who was ...
 
 
Lloyd defends Minnis’ Baha Mar comments
Seeking to clarify and defend Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ recent comments on Baha Mar, FNM South Beach candidate Jeffrey Lloyd yesterday called recent criticisms of Minnis “disingenuous” and an attempt to deflect from...
 
 
Lloyd defends Minnis’ Baha Mar comments
Seeking to clarify and defend Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ recent comments on Baha Mar, FNM South Beach candidate Jeffrey Lloyd yesterday called recent criticisms of Minnis “disingenuous” and an attempt to deflect from...
 
 
Christie vows to save country from Minnis
With the election season intensifying, Prime Minister Perry Christie is pushing his message — an apparent core theme of his campaign — that Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis is unfit to lead the country, telling reporters yest...
 
 
Prison officer found hanging in cell, dies
A prison officer was found hanging in a holding cell after 11 a.m. yesterday at the Elizabeth Estates Police Station, after being taken into custody on a domestic matter, police said. According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean, while...
 
 
Greg Moss leaving politics
More than a year after announcing his leadership of the newly formed United Democratic Party (UDP), Marco City MP Greg Moss yesterday announced his departure from the UDP and frontline politics. “With immediate effect, I am suspending my involve...
 
 
U.S. Embassy warns of vehicle scam
The United States Embassy in Nassau warned Americans yesterday of a scam in which criminals, under the guise of good samaritans, are reportedly preying on motorists whose vehicles are disabled. In an advisory, the embassy said, “The scam involves ...
 
 
Russell: Ill-advised to return to Jubilee Gardens homes
National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Director Captain Stephen Russell yesterday suggested it would be ill-advised for residents of Jubilee Gardens to return to their homes, two weeks after a massive blaze at the New Providence Landfill force...
 
 
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