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Wells says FNM will still win election
Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Assembly, Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells, said the Free National Movement (FNM) will win the next general election even after seven FNM MPs wrote to Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling expressing a vo...
 
 
Backlogged cases discontinued
Two backlogged cases that have been pending for over a decade were nolled yesterday in the Supreme Court. Julio Wilchcombe was accused of the December 2, 2001 armed robbery of the now-closed Super Saver Discount on Rosetta Street. Wilchcombe, who w...
 
 
Miller: Going after Key was a mistake
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller called yesterday’s move by seven members of the Free National Movement’s parliamentary caucus to oust Dr. Hubert Minnis as opposition leader a “very serious crisis of national proportions.” The MPs wrote to the go...
 
 
UDP and The People’s Movement merge
Marco City MP Greg Moss announced yesterday the merger of his political organization, the United Democratic Party (UDP), with The People’s Movement (TPM), of which Bahamas Public Service Union President John Pinder is a founding member. Moss will ...
 
 
FNM MPs ask GG to remove Minnis
Seven FNM MPs have written to Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling expressing a vote of no confidence in Leader of the Official Opposition Dr. Hubert Minnis and asking that he be removed and replaced by Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner. S...
 
 
61 fired from Ocean Club
Sixty-one employees at the One&Only Ocean Club were terminated yesterday after constant complaints from guests about “the lack of good customer service” at the resort, according to Minister of Labour Shane Gibson. “Ocean Club’s general m...
 
 
Gray: PLP’s brand not damaged
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray said yesterday he doesn’t believe the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) brand is damaged, despite recent “fall-outs” in the party. “PLPs will be PLPs,” said Gray before...
 
 
PLP planning Majority Rule Day march
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of majority rule, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said the party is planning a march on January 9. The march is planned for the same day as the We March Bahamas protest downtown...
 
 
Bar president says Reform needed on nolle prosequi usage
Bahamas Bar Association President Elsworth Johnson said yesterday that a recent nolle prosequi issued by the attorney general that stopped the prosecution of two defendants accused of robbing Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis in his home hig...
 
 
Lloyd would consider FNM leadership bid
Free National Movement (FNM) South Beach candidate Jeffrey Lloyd said yesterday that if an opportunity arose in the organization to become leader, he would consider it, but his focus at the moment remains on the people of South Beach. When asked whe...
 
 
DNA: PM’s BPL concerns too late
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday questioned the seriousness of Prime Minister Perry Christie’s call for an investigation into Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) recent “state of instability”, and said the p...
 
 
Supreme court roofing falls, damages cars
Two vehicles have been damaged by fallen metal roofing panels from the main Supreme Court building on Bank Lane, The Nassau Guardian has learned. A 10-foot panel crashed onto a truck belonging to a judge’s clerk yesterday, almost three weeks after...
 
 
Chief justice strikes out irregular sentence
The chief justice yesterday found an “irregularity” occurred during a magistrate’s handling of a trial when she rescinded a conditional discharge and moved to conviction. However, Magistrate Subusola Swain made no mention of the conditional di...
 
 
Bahamian hacker gets five years in prison for stealing scripts, videos
NEW YORK (AP) – A Bahamian man who boasted after his arrest for hacking into celebrities' email accounts that he will someday write a book to "shake up Hollywood" had the book thrown at him Tuesday by a federal judge who said five years in prison w...
 
 
New immigration officers urged not to be ‘swayed’ by inducements
Forty new immigration officers have been urged to maintain their integrity in carrying out their duties. During a graduation ceremony held on Friday, December 2 at the Royal Bahamas Police College, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mit...
 
 
‘Blackouts could be human error’
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday he has been unofficially advised that recent challenges at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) which led to island-wide power outages in New Providence could have been the result of “human error”. However, ...
 
 
Gray: Letter to Gomez rescinded
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray said yesterday his October letter to Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul Andy Gomez giving him the green light to further pursue a $2.1 billion China-Bahamas agri-fisheries project in Andros wa...
 
 
BPL promises system upgrade
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) CEO Pamela Hill said yesterday the company will make investments in its system to strengthen both New Providence power plants in upcoming months to prevent frequent power outages as summer 2017 approaches. There were tw...
 
 
Constituency association responds to Key controversy
The Central and South Abaco branch of the Free National Movement (FNM) has responded to area MP Edison Key’s scathing takedown of FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, claiming it wanted to clear up any misconceptions left in the wake of Key’s recent c...
 
 
Roberts: PLP would welcome Key with open arms
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday the party would welcome Central and South Abaco MP Edison Key back into its fold with “open arms”. Key confirmed on Saturday that he will not run again on the Free National ...
 
 
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