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Roberts asks whether govt’s action led to Carey’s death
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday questioned if the “disgraceful actions” of the Free National Movement (FNM) “contributed to the unexpected demise of Dr. Baldwin Carey” after he claimed the late physician was...
 
 
Approximately 195 employees affected by Riu temporary closure
Approximately 195 Riu Palace Paradise Island resort employees will be out of work beginning today, as the resort closes to undertake $25 million in renovations, according to Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes. The areas to be renovated include hotel ro...
 
 
Over 80 undocumented Haitian migrants arrested on Thursday
More than 80 undocumented Haitian migrants were arrested last Thursday, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) reported yesterday. Shortly after 7 p.m., authorities spotted an American vessel that ran aground near Little Inagua. Onboard were over 3...
 
 
Mitchell: Govt seeking to slave shame PLPs
Progressive Liberal Party Senator Fred Mitchell has accused the government of ‘slave shaming’ members of the PLP. Mitchell was referring to the arrest of former Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Chairman Dion Smith, who is t...
 
 
Smith charged with extortion
Former chairman of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Frank Smith yesterday denied charges that he abused his position by extorting $65,000 from a woman who held a contract with the body. Smith, 52, was arraigned on 13 counts of extortion, one cou...
 
 
Collie: Nobody listens to Bradley Roberts anymore
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday warned Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Robert’s to be “careful what he asks for”, following Roberts’ call on party supporters to “rise up and challenge” the ...
 
 
Fire at Rand Memorial
Patients and staff at the Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama had to be evacuated from the building yesterday after a fire started in the kitchen sometime after 3 p.m., Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said. “I am advised that the f...
 
 
Another man murdered in the capital
In the fifth murder in less than a week, a man on bail for a serious offense, who was being electronically monitored, was shot dead shortly before 4 p.m. in the Oakes Field area. According to police, two women and a man were in a Honda Fit vehicle, ...
 
 
Man accused of beating death
A 27-year-old man of Emmanuel Drive was yesterday charged with murder over the beating death of a man. Fredrico Bethel, otherwise known as Faraway, is accused of causing the death of Simon Paul between May 14 and 17. Bethel, who did not have a lawy...
 
 
Mitchell: Foreign Affairs recall ill conceived
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell charged yesterday that it is “misdirected, ill conceived and badly advised” for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to recall foreign service staff home. He was responding to Minister of Foreign Affai...
 
 
Fire at Rand Memorial forces evacuation
A fire at the Rand Memorial Hospital forced officials to evacuate 66 patients, including four who were in the Intensive Care Unit, Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands said today. “I am advised that the fire started in a pressure cooker in the kitche...
 
 
Smith granted $50k bail
Just over an hour after he was arraigned in a magistrate’s court on 13 counts of extortion, one count of attempted extortion and a single count of bribery, former Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Chairman Frank Smith was granted $50,000 bail in the...
 
 
Smith arraigned on extortion and bribery charges
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator Frank Smith was arraigned in a magistrate’s court today charged with 13 counts of extortion, one count of attempted extortion and a single count of bribery. It is alleged that Smith, a former chairman...
 
 
Smith still in custody
The delayed arraignment of former Senator and MP Frank Smith was yesterday described by his lawyer as a “thinly veiled attempt” to prevent him from getting bail. Smith was scheduled to be arraigned on charges of extortion and bribery, charges fo...
 
 
Collie:  Dion Smith pretending to be a victim
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday former Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Chairman Dion Smith is “pretending to be a victim” following comments that he is “afraid” of what the Minnis admi...
 
 
‘Witch hunt’ rhetoric ‘absurd’
While drilling in the message that there is no political witch hunt underway, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames said yesterday the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) will continue to do its job and when it finds evidence of wrongdoing no one ...
 
 
Roberts: ‘Rise up’ against evil of the FNM
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts last night called on party supporters to “rise up and challenge” the Minnis administration and take to the “streets, march and demonstrate”. “I am a strong supporter of law and order...
 
 
Halkitis met with police
Attorney Damian Gomez said yesterday that former Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis met with police on Monday to discuss a technical matter. “The police told me categorically that they do not regard him as a person of interest at all,...
 
 
Dames: Short-term crime strategies yielding results
It would be “absurd” for anyone to believe there will be a significant reduction in crime in the country overnight, but the government’s short-term strategies have already begun to yield some results, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames ...
 
 
2,000 e-passports ready
Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield yesterday said nearly 2,000 e-passports are ready for collection by members of the public at the Anatol Rodger’s gymnasium which is temporarily serving as New Providence’s Passport Office Issuance Center. ...
 
 
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