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Turnquest named to Constituencies Commission
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest will serve as the opposition’s representative on the Constituencies Commission, Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday. Other members are House Speaker Dr. Kendal Major, who wi...
 
 
PAC report to be tabled October 5
Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Chairman Hubert Chipman advised Parliament that he intended to table the committee’s long-awaited report on Urban Renewal yesterday, but after learning that Golden Gates MP Shane Gibson plans to table a minority repo...
 
 
Committee on privilege now fully constituted
House of Assembly Speaker Dr. Kendal Major yesterday named Seabreeze MP Hope Strachan as the last member to constitute the House’s Committee on Privilege, which has been charged with probing matters related to a recent ruling handed down by Supreme...
 
 
Teen accused of attempted murder to present defense today
A 17-year-old accused of attempted murder will present his defense today. The teen told Acting Justice Joyann Ferguson-Pratt that he will not call any witnesses after he gives his testimony. Prosecutors allege that the teen shot Jared Miller multi...
 
 
‘Committee to take care of Bahamians’
Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald, who is one of the lead negotiators of the Baha Mar deal, said yesterday the government met with James Smith, who is the head of the committee established to oversee the settling of claims of former Baha Mar em...
 
 
FNM candidate calls it quits
More than a month after suspending his campaign for “personal and family reasons”, Free National Movement (FNM) Bains and Grants Town candidate Leonard Sands announced yesterday he has ended his run in frontline politics for “personal” and ...
 
 
Hamilton: Sands obsessed with abortion issue
South Beach MP Cleola Hamilton, a former president of the Bahamas Nurses Union, said yesterday that she believes Free National Movement (FNM) Elizabeth candidate and Senator Dr. Duane Sands is “obsessed with ladies’ wombs and aborting children...
 
 
‘You feel it more when it hits home’
Seven days ago, John Jamar Pinder celebrated his 27th birthday with his family and friends. Less than a week later, they are mourning his death. Pinder was murdered at his Hillside Estates home on Monday night, police said. He was playing video game...
 
 
Pintard confident of FNM nomination
Despite resigning as Free National Movement chairman (FNM) and from the Senate earlier this year amid an investigation into the controversial feud between two Lyford Cay billionaires, Michael Pintard said he’s confident he will be a candidate for t...
 
 
Moss: Govt playing politics on Baha Mar
Marco City MP Greg Moss labeled the government’s latest Baha Mar announcement that a committee has been established to oversee the settlement of claims for former Baha Mar employees and creditors “startling”. Moss, the leader of the United Dem...
 
 
Bahamian hacker’s sentencing adjourned
The sentencing of a Bahamian man who admitted to stealing unreleased songs and movie scripts by hacking into celebrities’ email accounts has been postponed in a U.S. court until September 13 to allow his lawyer to respond to further allegations of ...
 
 
Murder case discontinued
Just weeks after a judge directed an acquittal in the armed robbery case of Vinson Ariste, prosecutors withdrew a murder charge against him yesterday. Ariste was scheduled to be tried before Senior Justice Stephen Isaacs for the 2010 murder of Dania...
 
 
Education minister announces establishment of National Accreditation and Equivalency Council
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald announced the establishment of the National Accreditation and Equivalency Council of The Bahamas (NAECOB) during a press conference at the ministry on Wednesday, August 24, 2016. “Glo...
 
 
Union leader’s son shot dead
The son of veteran trade unionist John Pinder was shot to death at their home in Hillside Estates, off Bernard Road, shortly after 10 o'clock last night. Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander said police went to the scene after they received reports...
 
 
‘FNM wanted Baha Mar to fail’
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday the Free National Movement (FNM) heavily criticized the government following the announcement that it has reached an agreement with the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) to com...
 
 
Smith: No details yet on committee’s work
James Smith, a member of the new committee appointed by the government to oversee the settling of claims of former Baha Mar employees and creditors, said the first time he learned of his appointment was Sunday, the day of the announcement. In fact, ...
 
 
Man, 22, woman, 27 on separate murder charges
Formal charges were filed yesterday against a man and a woman accused of separate murders that occurred within hours of each other. Christopher McQueen Jr., 22, of Spikenard Road, is charged with non-capital murder in the August 23 shooting death of...
 
 
Christie frustrated by power outages
Count Prime Minister Perry Christie among the many people on New Providence who are frustrated by Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) inability to consistently keep the lights on. “Sometimes I get frustrated over the delays (in relation to energy re...
 
 
‘Wells should give answers on LOI’
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner indicated yesterday the onus is still on Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells to explain the full extent of his involvement in signing a controversial letter of intent (LOI) for Stellar Waste To Energy Bahamas Limited in ...
 
 
STB presses probe, but no data commissioner in place
The post of data protection commissioner has been vacant for nearly a month since Sharmie Farrington-Austin’s contract came to an end and was not renewed. Last Sunday, Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis revealed there was no acting dat...
 
 
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