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Speaker expects boundaries report ‘very shortly’
Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major expressed confidence yesterday that the much-awaited final report of the Boundaries Commission would be tabled in Parliament “within two weeks or very shortly”. “In speaking with the government...
 
 
Minnis and Major at odds over boundaries report deadline
The government’s failure to table the Boundaries Commission report in Parliament is a breach of the constitution, charged Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday. “We are supposed to be a country of law and order,” Minn...
 
 
Man accused of murdering mother videotaped body, court told
A man accused of murdering his mother photographed and videotaped her body on the ground, prosecutors allege. Jerome Butler, 57, is accused of killing his mother, 81, in their home at Highbury Park on February 4, 2015. Butler, who is in custody, ha...
 
 
Kidnapping case discontinued
The attorney general discontinued a kidnapping case after the alleged victim failed to show up to testify. Prosecutors alleged that Tearge Fowler kidnapped Alridge Sturrup on August 23, 2015, caused harm to him and threatened to kill him. Although ...
 
 
2017 Bahamas Handbook features exciting line-up of features, facts and beautiful photos
Read about the iconic past of the country's first public high school, the first black mayor in Britain who hailed from Inagua, and how the new guardian of the Bahamian economy feels about the country's economic prospects. You'll find these stories an...
 
 
Gibson provides breakdown on hurricane relief spending
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson and Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins yesterday clashed over government spending over the last three months associated with the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew. Following a detailed communication of governme...
 
 
Tale of the Diary of Anne Frank to be told by her stepsister, Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss
In what is expected to be an incomparable and emotionally moving evening, Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss, best friend and stepsister of Anne Frank, will open up about her experiences, the personal memories of a journey that took her beyond the anguis...
 
 
Christie: I will go beyond Sir Lynden
Prime Minister Perry Christie said he plans to serve as an MP beyond even late Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader and Prime Minister Sir Lynden Pindling. His comments came as he spoke on the importance of separating politics from the healthcare ...
 
 
Cable fault leaves BPL powerless again
A fault on a major cable at Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) Windsor substation left hundreds of western New Providence residents powerless for much of the day yesterday. According to officials, the fault occurred at around 8:30 a.m., impacting por...
 
 
Four shot, one dead
Four men were shot last night, one of them fatally, while standing on 2nd Street, the Grove, police said. The deceased was not identified and police said they had no motive for what is the 10th murder for 2017. Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernande...
 
 
Minnis calls for tabling of boundaries report
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has called for the tabling of the Boundaries Commission report when Parliament resumes today. Speaker of the House Dr. Kendal Major said last week while he had expected the final report to be tab...
 
 
Securities Commission: Loom a pyramid scheme
After weeks of investigation, the Securities Commission of The Bahamas yesterday announced that ‘looms’ are fraudulent pyramid schemes. A loom is a trending scheme predominantly spread on social media in which people are asked to contribute $100...
 
 
Sears would let constituencies select their own candidates
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears yesterday committed to leaving candidate selection solely up to constituency associations if he were to win the party’s leadership. The PLP will hold its first convention in...
 
 
McCartney: Christie’s ‘outstanding’ claim laughable
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney called Prime Minister Perry Christie’s recent insistence that his government has done an “outstanding job” this term and deserves to be re-elected “laughable”. McCartney said, i...
 
 
Dames: We can’t use stats to cover up high crime fear
Despite overall crime being down by 26 percent last year, over 2015, there is still “widespread fear” of the level of crime throughout the country, said Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Mount Moriah and former Deputy Commissioner of Pol...
 
 
Police chief: No evidence any officer was involved in murder convict’s escape
The investigation launched into the escape of convicted murderer Ormand Leon did not uncover any evidence that any police officer was involved in that matter, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade said. Responding to a Nassau Guardian media inqu...
 
 
Sandals Foundation donates 32 computers to Sandilands Primary School
With the recent destructive and disruptive passage of Hurricane Matthew in the islands of The Bahamas, schools, communities and businesses have tried as best as possible to expedite the rebuilding and recuperation process. Sandilands Primary School h...
 
 
New insect species discovered at Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve on Eleuthera
A new species of insect has been discovered at the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve in Governor’s Harbour, the Bahamas National Trust’s (BNT) first national park on Eleuthera. The insect is a katydid and belongs to the same group as grasshoppers a...
 
 
Milo Butler Distributors backs Red Cross, HeadKnowles relief efforts
Bahamians still impacted by the effects of Hurricane Matthew will benefit from a recent donation by Milo Butler Distributors. The wholesale grocer partnered with the Bahamas Red Cross and the HeadKnowles hurricane relief group, giving food supplies v...
 
 
$200m project for Ocean Cay
The government and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) yesterday broke ground on what is expected to be a more than $200 million transformation of Ocean Cay, just off Bimini, into a cruise port, boutique hotel, marine park and Bahamian cultural and ...
 
 
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