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Severe weather cause of power outages
Hundreds of residents in the southern and western areas of New Providence were knocked off the power grid yesterday morning, the result of a power feed being disrupted by thunderstorm activity. According to the Department of Meteorology, thunderstor...
 
 
Roberts: PLP fully expects election victory
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said with the party’s full slate of candidates now in place, the PLP is preparing to present its plan for the way forward to the nation and “fully expects” to be returned to office when...
 
 
Collie renews calls for disclosure on Baha Mar deal
The “secret deal on Baha Mar” with Prime Minister Perry Christie’s “Chinese allies” needs to be disclosed in full, Free National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday, again calling for the government to make public the deal betwee...
 
 
Sentencing adjourned for banker’s killer
Sentencing for the man convicted of the brutal 2015 killing of banker Devince Smith was rescheduled yesterday after a defense lawyer renewed his request for probation and psychiatric reports. When the jury returned a 10–2 majority verdict of mansl...
 
 
Court asked to review criminal libel law
A magistrate has asked the Supreme Court to review a colonial era law that criminalizes defamation to see if it violates the constitutional right to freedom of expression. Attorney Fred Smith QC raised the constitutional issue in the case of fired p...
 
 
Commonwealth Day at Stuart Manor Primary School in Exuma
The students of Stuart Manor Primary School in Exuma experienced “a day in Jamaica” while in the classroom to commemorate Commonwealth Day under this year’s theme “A Peace Building Commonwealth”. Jamaica’s motto, “Out of Many One Peopl...
 
 
Woman power as Eugene Dupuch Law School claims fifth victory at CCJ Law Moot
The Eugene Dupuch Law School has won the 9th Annual Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) International Law Moot Competition, held at the CCJ in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago on March 10. The all-female team: Raven Rolle, Megan Curry, Janessa Murray...
 
 
Bahamian Project photographers preserve history through portraiture
Over the past four years, Bahamian Project photographers have created over 120 high-quality portraits that capture the personality of people whose lives have helped shape the heart and soul of The Bahamas. These archival portraits hold great histori...
 
 
Munroe gets PLP nod
After weeks of indecision, the National General Council (NGC) of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) voted overwhelmingly last night for attorney Wayne Munroe to be the party’s candidate for Free Town, formerly Montagu. “The NGC, rather than any...
 
 
Davis: Minnis betting against Bahamians
The declaration by Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis than an FNM government would execute a “real sale” of Baha Mar, demonstrates that he is unfit to lead and is more interested in his own ambitions than the interests of the B...
 
 
Collie: No plans to nationalize Baha Mar
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie said while an FNM government would execute a “real sale” of Baha Mar if the current sale process is not complete, if and when it becomes the next government of The Bahamas, nationalizing the res...
 
 
Man convicted for beheading
A jury on Friday evening convicted Jason Glinton of manslaughter in the decapitation of another man. Glinton led police to his alleged victim’s head in Fernandez Bay, Cat Island, but he claimed that police had staged his recorded interview. Prose...
 
 
Roberts: FNM Baha Mar policy would disrupt economy
A day after Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said that an FNM government would execute a “real sale” of Baha Mar to a purchaser that “believes in Bahamians”, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts charge...
 
 
U.S. companies aiding firefighters at landfill
The government spent $75,000 engaging the services of United States companies GelTech Solutions and Fletcher Air to aid firefighters and Royal Bahamas Defence Force officers in fire compression and smoke containment exercises at the New Providence La...
 
 
Miller: Privatize landfill and stop politicizing it
One week after a massive blaze at the New Providence Landfill prompted an evacuation of the Jubilee Gardens community, officials have yet to give an all-clear for residents to return home. Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller asserted that both the Progressiv...
 
 
Peet considers North Andros bid
Former Minister of Labour and Immigration Vincent Peet is eyeing an independent run in his former constituency of North Andros and the Berry Islands. Peet, an attorney, ended his bid for the nomination the last time around after a controversial matt...
 
 
Student died after being blown off truck
Early investigations by officers the Traffic Division of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) revealed that the boy who died in Long Island on Thursday fell to his death after he was blown off a speeding truck. Superintendent Craig Stubbs told The ...
 
 
Murder retrial begins
Two men are on trial for the second time for the 2013 murder of Shanrio Deveaux. Prosecutor Cephia Pinder-Moss said the prosecution intends to present a circumstantial case against Judson Mackey and Tristan Deveaux. She described the evidence that ...
 
 
Training starts at Baha Mar casino
Yesterday marked the first day of dealer training at Baha Mar Casino, set to open on April 21, 2017. All recently-hired casino employees are enrolled in the four-week gaming course to perfect their dealing skills and refine their customer service exp...
 
 
Minnis: FNM govt would sell Baha Mar
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has pledged to execute a “real sale” of Baha Mar to a purchaser that has the Bahamian people’s interests at heart, should the FNM win the general election. “Your Free National Movement go...
 
 
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