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Foreign Affairs to save by pulling staff from abroad
Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield said yesterday that his ministry is expected to save some $400,000 per year as a result of the return of “about seven to nine” attachés who were stationed in embassies abroad. During an interview with Th...
 
 
Murder suspect arraigned
A man accused of a murder that occurred this week made his initial appearance in court today. Diano Nixon, of Ridgeland Park, was charged before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt with the July 16 shooting death of Kalif Adderley. Adderley was ...
 
 
Officials meet to discuss prevalence of drug use among persons 12-65
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said the dissemination meeting for the Bahamas National Drug Assessments presents health and law enforcement officials with an opportunity to learn new knowledge generated by research on alcohol, tobacco, illegal dr...
 
 
Smith to remain in police custody
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator and Chairman of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Frank Smith will spend another night in police custody after police revealed in court today at an arraignment that his file was not ready. Smith was ...
 
 
Frank Smith arrested
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator and Chairman of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Frank Smith was arrested and questioned by police for nearly six hours in relation to allegations of extortion and fraud by false pretenses yesterday,...
 
 
Dion Smith speaks
In his first public statement since the theft probe that led to his arrest, former Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Chairman and former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP for Nassau Village Dion Smith said yesterday that he ...
 
 
Man murdered in Elizabeth Estates
A man out on bail for murder was gunned down in Elizabeth Estates yesterday morning, police said. Chief Superintendent Solomon Cash said the victim, who was being electronically monitored, was walking on Commonwealth Boulevard and Malaysian Way arou...
 
 
Former AG ‘delighted’ over Baha Mar progress
Former Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday expressed elation about the progress at Baha Mar and how it has provided employment opportunities for thousands of Bahamians as promised by the previous administration. On Tuesday, Baha Mar Pr...
 
 
Dr. Robin Roberts being eyed as NHI chief
The final vetting process to appoint the board of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Authority is underway, according to Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands, who indicated that the Office of the Prime Minister could make an announcement “any day no...
 
 
Man accused of child rape accused of having child porn
A man already accused of having sex with two minors was back in court yesterday on charges of child pornography. Sharran Burrows, 41, of Pinewood Gardens, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt facing 12 counts of possession of child...
 
 
Roberts: Minnis must not dodge Baha Mar questions
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts asserted yesterday that Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis is doing a disservice to the Bahamian people and Baha Mar by continuing to dodge questions surrounding former Baha Mar developer Sarkis ...
 
 
Man who beat prison guard murder rap accused of threatening officer
A man who was last week acquitted of the murder of a prison guard and wounding another during a 2006 jail break was remanded to prison on a threats of death charge. Corey Hepburn, 37, of Trinidad Avenue, Elizabeth Estates, denied the charge that he ...
 
 
Doctors union still has major concerns about NHI
Acting President of the Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) Dr. Macumba Millar said yesterday a number of physicians are concerned that National Health Insurance (NHI) could become “the new cotton field”, as he expressed some “difficulties” union mem...
 
 
Police question former MP
Former Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Chairman Frank Smith was questioned today by police at the Central Detective Unit (CDU) in relation to an anti-corruption probe, The Nassau Guardian understands. Smith, the former MP for St. Thomas More, spent...
 
 
Man on bail for 2014 murder killed
A man, who was on bail for a 2014 murder, was shot and killed at Malaysian Way and Commonwealth Boulevard shortly after 10 a.m. today, police said. The victim, identified by police as Karran Collie, was walking in the area, when a lone gunman shot h...
 
 
2,100 working at Baha Mar
Nearly two months after having its phase one opening, Baha Mar has employed more than 2,100 Bahamians and has surpassed the 50 percent occupancy mark, Baha Mar President Graeme Davis said yesterday. Speaking to reporters following Prime Minister Dr ...
 
 
Minnis assured Baha Mar will fully open
With China Construction America’s (CCA) deadline for substantial completion of Baha Mar fast approaching, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that the government of The Bahamas has only been assured the “project will eventually open a...
 
 
A&E overhaul this fiscal year
Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands assured yesterday that the Accident and Emergency (A&E) Department at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) will be the best in the Caribbean within the next five years, after the department is finished its renovations,...
 
 
Family wails at scene of man’s murder
A Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine who identified himself as the brother of the country’s latest murder victim had to be restrained by a team of police officers as his brother’s lifeless body was moved from the scene. Senior Assistant C...
 
 
PM: Ministers won’t benefit from Baha Mar
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday assured that his Cabinet colleagues will not fall into the same pitfalls of controversy and disrepute as some of their predecessors regarding Baha Mar. While fielding questions from reporters following a to...
 
 
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