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BAMSI cost over $80 mil.
The Christie administration spent at least $80 million on the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI), Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Renward Wells revealed yesterday. And that figure is expected to increase once all i...
 
 
Bannister: There must be consequences
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday that the Minnis administration is not interested in blaming members of the Christie administration for every ill facing the country, but said “there must be consequences” for wrongdoing. ...
 
 
Murders up 17 percent
A gunman shot and killed a man on Saturday around 9 p.m. as he exited his vehicle after parking at a home on Johnson Terrace, off Braynen Road, according to authorities. Police made their usual appeal for anyone with information to contact them. Po...
 
 
BIA questions NHI legality
Pointing to the “haste” in which the Christie administration implemented National Health Insurance (NHI) weeks ahead of the May election, the Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) has raised concern over what it has deemed key elements lacking from...
 
 
Haitian migrants apprehended
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) caught 64 Haitian migrants on Thursday morning on Ragged Island. A Haitian sloop arrived offshore Ragged Island shortly after 8:30 a.m., the RBDF said. Defense force officers, immigration officers and severa...
 
 
Davis thanks Ingraham for ‘support’ on Baha Mar
Echoing former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said that former Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian was “dead wrong” to request a moratorium on the completion of the sale of Baha Mar. Ingraham has said that the gov...
 
 
Another corrections officer detained
Another Department of Correctional Services officer is expected to be charged this week for drug possession after he was arrested on Friday in connection with the discovery of two ounces of marijuana, according to authorities. According to reports, ...
 
 
Post office hours cut for AC repair
The acting postmaster general wishes to advise the public that the General Post Office, East Hill Street, will open 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Monday to Friday until further notice due to the malfunctioning of the air-conditioning system. The public is...
 
 
Commonwealth secretary general makes official visit to The Bahamas
Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth secretary-general, is paying an official visit to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, July 15–20, 2017. On her first official visit to The Bahamas, the secretary general arrived in New Providence on Saturday, July 15, ...
 
 
A life fully lived
As he reflected on his most memorable conversation with his father, Brian Nottage’s powerful voice cracked for the first time since he took the podium that stood a few feet higher than the hundreds who gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of t...
 
 
Dorsett granted bail
Former Minister of Environment Kenred Dorsett yesterday appeared jubilant following the decision of a Supreme Court judge to free him on $50,000 bail with two sureties after he had spent 48 hours in custody. Dorsett was arrested on Wednesday over cl...
 
 
Man convicted of 2006 prison escape
A prisoner who escaped during a deadly prison break was on Thursday acquitted of the murder of a guard and wounding another. However, Corey Hepburn was convicted of the escape. Hepburn, who was serving a 20-year sentence for armed robbery and esc...
 
 
Minnis: Govt will have fitting tribute for Adderley
The government plans to offer a “fitting tribute” to the late Cleophas Adderley, founder and director of the Bahamas National Youth Choir (BNYC), said Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis. Adderley died at Doctors Hospital last week after a long ill...
 
 
Munroe: Smith should be compensated for arrest
Attorney Wayne Munroe, QC, said yesterday that the government should compensate former Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Chairman Dion Smith and the eight BAIC employees after it was revealed that no evidence of wrongdoing was ...
 
 
Dorsett granted $50,000 bail
Former Environment Minister Kenred Dorsett was granted $50,000 bail in the Supreme Court today. Dorsett's bail application was approved one day after he was charged in a magistrate’s court with bribery, extortion and misconduct in public office. ...
 
 
Dorsett remanded
Former Environment Minister Kenred Dorsett, whose party was swept out of office amidst allegations of corruption, was yesterday remanded to prison after being charged with bribery, extortion and misconduct in public office. Dorsett, 46, who served i...
 
 
PLP pledges to support Dorsett
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis charged yesterday that the PLP is “not a corrupt party” nor does it “support corruption” and urged party members to “remain strong” in light of former PLP minister Kenred Dorsett b...
 
 
Halkitis: Conscience is clear
Former Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis yesterday shared on his Facebook page that “there is no pillow so soft as a clear conscience”. Halkitis did not indicate what the post was in relation to. It was posted around the same time ...
 
 
Police: No evidence of wrongdoing in BAIC matter
Assistant Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle said last night police have wrapped up their investigation into the theft probe at The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) and have found no evidence of wrongdoing. In May, former BAIC C...
 
 
FNM: Moody’s duped by PLP
Referring to international credit ratings agency Moody’s recent decision to place The Bahamas’ Baa3 credit rating on review for downgrade, the Free National Movement (FNM) yesterday said the “unholy mess the country now finds itself in can only...
 
 
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