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Teen shot to death
Police yesterday shot and killed a teenage boy suspected of an armed robbery in eastern New Providence. Director of Education Lionel Sands confirmed the boy was a 10th grade student at R.M. Bailey Senior High School. Police said he was shot by offi...
 
 
Roberts: We March was just a fake scam
The march that saw hundreds of Bahamians take to Bay Street last November demanding government accountability and transparency was nothing but a “fake scam”, charged Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday, following th...
 
 
BPL union president calls for external audit
Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard has called for an external forensic audit to be carried out at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL). His call for an independent investigation comes as an internal investigation into the allege...
 
 
Former AG: No regrets on Baha Mar
Reflecting on the Christie administration’s handing of Baha Mar, former Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday she has no regrets. Former Prime Minister Perry Christie and Maynard-Gibson repeatedly promised to reveal the sealed Aug...
 
 
Mitchell leader of opposition business in Senate
The Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) four senators received their instruments of appointment at Government House yesterday. Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell, former Minister for Grand Bahama Michael Darville, defeated North Eleuth...
 
 
Davis unconcerned about Urban Renewal audit
As the Minnis administration preps to conduct a forensic audit of the former administration’s Urban Renewal program, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday he has no concerns about what the government will find. Davis noted that there...
 
 
Bannister: Ignore fake news about health
Minister of Works Desmond Bannister on Monday evening addressed what he termed the “fake news” surrounding his absence from the swearing in of the new Cabinet ministers last Monday. Many rumors circulated about his absence, but the following Tue...
 
 
DNA evidence introduced in Goodman trial
DNA from murder accused Kofhe Goodman was found on the clothes of his alleged victim, an expert testified on Tuesday. Goodman is on trial for the second time for the 2011 murder of Marco Archer, whose disappearance on September 23 sparked national o...
 
 
Nygard action dismissed in Florida
The United States District Court of Florida has dismissed Lyford Cay resident Peter Nygard’s suit against Florida investigator John Joseph DiPaolo whose affidavit became the center of an alleged murder for hire plot in The Bahamas involving the Can...
 
 
Henfield: No Bahamians harmed in England terror attack
No Bahamians were harmed in the recent suspected terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, said Minister of Foreign Affairs Darren Henfield yesterday. According to international reports, 22 people were killed when a bomb w...
 
 
Teen boy shot dead
The suspect who was shot dead by police earlier today following a robbery at QVS pharmacy in the Seagrapes Shopping Centre was identified by Education Director Lionel Sands as a 10thgrade R.M. Bailey Senior High School student. In a statement this e...
 
 
Opposition senators receive instruments of appointment
Although the opposition senatorial team is small in number, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said the four senators who received their instruments of appointment today will provide “vigorous dissent” in the Upper House when warranted.The oppo...
 
 
Suspected armed robber fatally shot by police
A young man, suspected of armed robbery, was fatally shot by police at the Seagrapes Shopping Centre today, authorities said.Police said the suspect, along with three others, robbed QVS pharmacy. Officers said the suspects were armed with two firear...
 
 
Minnis rounds off Senate picks
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has named his full complement of senators and parliamentary secretaries, who received their instruments of appointment at Government House yesterday, as the new government prepares for the Opening of Parliament tomorr...
 
 
Henfield: We will still march
We March organizer and newly sworn in Senator Ranard Henfield said yesterday despite his appointment to the Senate he would lead another march if the government does not keep its promises. He also stated that even if they do, the group will still ma...
 
 
Goodman retrial begins
The retrial for the man accused of the murder of Marco Archer, the 11-year-old boy whose naked body was found in bushes days after he failed to return home in 2011, began yesterday. The trial is the second for Kofhe Goodman, otherwise known as Edwar...
 
 
Major: Status quo of PLP must change
Reflecting on the devastating blow dealt to the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) at the polls over a week ago, former Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major said yesterday that the Bahamian people’s “total rejection” of the former g...
 
 
Lloyd: Education audit expanded
Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd said yesterday that the audit into the Ministry of Education and Department of Education will be expanded and enhanced to include “everything” and suggested that the report is expected to be complete before the...
 
 
Roberts confirms PLP Senate picks
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts confirmed yesterday that Leader of the Opposition Philip Brave Davis has selected former ministers Fred Mitchell and Michael Darville, former PLP North Eleuthera candidate Clay Sweeting and att...
 
 
Marine charged with gun possession
A law enforcement officer accused of running afoul of the law was yesterday remanded to prison. Marine Seaman Doswell Coakley, 21, of Killdeer Drive, Monastery Park, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt in connection with the seizu...
 
 
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