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Munroe: State should not force commissioner out
Attorney Wayne Munroe, QC, said yesterday that he is “troubled” by reports that Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade is being moved to England. “I heard some troubling things about the [government] trying to ship out the present commissio...
 
 
Dames says revamped NIA still coming
Minister of National Security Marvin Dames yesterday reiterated the government’s commitment to establishing a national intelligence agency (NIA). Dames, who spoke to the media outside the Office of The Prime Minister, said, “We said in our platf...
 
 
Dames: Quality of officers recruited is a concern
With a Royal Bahamas Police Force officer and a Royal Bahamas Defence Force officer recently pleading guilty to drug and firearm charges, National Security Minister Marvin Dames said his ministry is focusing more intently on the recruitment of office...
 
 
Adderley to get state-recognized funeral
The Cabinet Office has announced that a state-recognized funeral will be held for the late Cleophas Adderley, founder and director of the Bahamas National Youth Choir (BNYC), on Saturday at 10 a.m. at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street. Adderley...
 
 
Man admits assault over parking spot
A dispute over a parking spot escalated into a physical assault, a court heard yesterday. Ocasio Lundy, 36, of Caribbean Gardens, pleaded guilty to assault and causing damage at his arraignment before Magistrate Samuel Mckinney. The court heard tha...
 
 
Man shot by police pleads guilty to gun charge
A man who was shot by police during his arrest for an unlicensed gun admitted the charge yesterday and was sentenced to two and a half years in prison. Hiram Rolle, 33, of Fifth Street, The Grove, was arrested on January 17, 2016 after he allegedly ...
 
 
Pintard: Culture must become national in nature
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard said the government has made the decision to ensure that the focus on culture has to be national in nature, as in the past far too many aspects of culture have been New ...
 
 
Govt agencies participate in workshop on violence in school-aged childrenl
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said based on his observations over the last 23 or 24 years, it has become clear that the violence and trauma being experienced in the country is a testosterone-driven phenomenon. “The number one cause of death i...
 
 
Man shot dead
Police are on the scene of a shooting on Quarry Mission Road that left one man dead and another injured. The shooting brings the country’s murder count to 76 for the year so far. This time last year, the murder count for the country was 63. The G...
 
 
Minnis denies ‘witch hunt’
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday shut down criticisms that his administration is executing a “witch hunt”, as he explained that his government is simply fulfilling one of the Free National Movement’s (FNM) main campaign promises to pu...
 
 
Calls for Roberts to resign as PLP chair
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Cabinet Minister Loftus Roker yesterday said that PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts has got to go. Roker was responding to former PLP MP Philip Galanis who said the leadership of the PLP should call for Roberts’ i...
 
 
Tourism reducing employee headcount in U.S.
Twelve Ministry of Tourism personnel stationed abroad will be “brought home” as the ministry merges several of its oversees offices, Minister of Tourism Dionisio D'Aguilar confirmed yesterday. D'Aguilar explained that in an effort to curve expen...
 
 
Sears still interested in PLP leadership
Despite losing the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) leadership bid to former Prime Minister Perry Christie in January, former Fort Charlotte MP Alfred Sears said he is still interested in the position. In a recent interview with The Nassau Guardian, ...
 
 
Prison guard admits gun, drug possession
A former prison guard was yesterday ordered to pay $2,600 in fines to avoid spending a year in prison. Demetrius Maycock, 25, was arrested at his home in Sunset Park on July 14 after police found a little over two ounces of marijuana in the residenc...
 
 
Govt looking at moving PMH morgue
In order to facilitate the ease of doing operations at Princess Margaret Hospital, the government is considering removing the Rand Morgue to another location and creating a national blood bank, said Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday. Wh...
 
 
Two murder arraignments
Police yesterday charged two men with unrelated killings that took place four years apart. A 23-year-old was charged with non-capital murder in connection with the shooting death of a man on Independence Day. And a second man, age 33, was also char...
 
 
Bannister says new BPL board appointed
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said the new board of Bahamas Power Light (BPL) has been appointed and is focusing on keeping Bahamians’ power on and getting electricity bills reduced. Bannister said Bahamians are tired of power cuts. ...
 
 
Sands: Public health sector in desperate need
Pointing to several outstanding issues plaguing clinics throughout the country, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday suggested that the government is unable to facilitate much-needed repairs to public health facilities, or even pay its heal...
 
 
Minnis impressed with maritime academy
The Lowell J. Mortimer Maritime Academy (LJMM) plans to prepare over 5,000 people for jobs in the future, according to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, who yesterday said that he was impressed with the institution. “What we see is an institution ...
 
 
Shooting victim dies in hospital
A man who was shot on Sunday night, died in hospital this morning, police said. The victim was walking on Third Street, off Robinson Road, shortly after 10 p.m. when he was attacked, police said. The shooter fled on foot. Police said the vic...
 
 
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