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PM wants vandals to leave PLP posters alone
Speaking to the recent spree of vandalized political paraphernalia throughout the country, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday urged opposition leaders to make a call to their supporters to “desist”. “When we reach a point where we start t...
 
 
Miller: Free electricity plan makes no sense
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, the former executive chairman of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC), said yesterday it “makes no sense” to exempt customers from paying their bills based on power consumption. Miller said the former BEC Board ...
 
 
Calls for civility after multiple political billboards defaced
Several political posters and billboards have been torn down, defaced or blocked from view. The photos of defaced billboards and posters have been circulating on social media. Among the billboards were those with the images of Seabreeze incumbent H...
 
 
Nottage has ‘many concerns’ over voter register
Amid concerns about the integrity of the voter register after hundreds of discrepancies were discovered, National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage said while he has “many concerns”, the Parliamentary Registration Department is “working to ...
 
 
PLP pledges to move ahead with NHI in another term
The Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) Charter 2017 promises to “constantly upgrade healthcare infrastructure” in New Providence and the Family Islands as healthcare evolves in the upcoming phases of National Health Insurance (NHI). In its plan...
 
 
PLP pledges to fix dump, commits to renewable energy
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) says in its recently released Charter 2017, it will ensure that issues at the New Providence Landfill are remediated by working with a strategic partner and “using scientific methods”. Last month, Prime Minist...
 
 
PM: No politics with govt programs
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday expressed confidence about his re-election, telling hundreds of Centreville constituents on Windsor Park that he does not need to “play politics” with government programs such as Urban Renewal to win in his...
 
 
Election date clash with RBDF memorial regrettable, PM says
Responding to concerns expressed in some quarters about the general election being held on May 10, the anniversary of the HMBS Flamingo tragedy, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday it is “regrettable, and unfortunate”, but suggested that...
 
 
Minnis explains House absence, distance from media
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday he was absent from the House of Assembly leading up to the dissolution of Parliament and has been distant from the media because he was busy focusing on his campaign. Minnis said t...
 
 
Little Switzerland robbed
Detectives are seeking two smash-and-grab suspects that robbed the Little Switzerland jewelry store downtown yesterday. Police were called to the store shortly after midday after two men broke a showcase and stole jewelry, an officer attached to the...
 
 
DNA calls for party leaders’ debate
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday challenged Prime Minister Perry Christie and Free National Movement Leader (FNM) Dr. Hubert Minnis to a debate “any day of the week at any time”. “The Bahamian people ha...
 
 
Minnis takes questions, but no specifics given
Facing criticism for his failure in recent times to make himself available to answer reporters’ questions, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis tackled a question on his proposed Over-the-Hill tax relief plan, insisting it will hel...
 
 
Police promotions not political, says Greenslade
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade dismissed suggestions that two senior police officers recently promoted to the rank of deputy commissioner and the promotion of Assistant Commissioner Stephen Dean to senior assistant commissioner yesterday, ...
 
 
Greenslade: No bad intent among people who registered to vote twice
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday confirmed that Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall forwarded several cases for police to review of people being registered to vote more than once, but said he is satisfied those cases were don...
 
 
PLP releases ‘Action Plan for Moving Forward Together’ on new website
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) released its “Action Plan for Moving Forward Together” yesterday through the newly relaunched www.myplp.org website. The action plan outlines the PLP’s plan to address six strategic priorities over the next ...
 
 
Robbery at FNM’s Fort Charlotte office
The Free National Movement’s (FNM) Fort Charlotte constituency office was found ransacked early Wednesday by the party’s candidate, Mark Humes, and his mother. Marsha Young and her son arrived at the office around 8:30 a.m. They said the doors ...
 
 
Teen bailed in tourist robbery case
Three juveniles accused of the armed robbery of a tourist at Nirvana Beach were ordered to keep a curfew as a condition of their bail. The teenagers, ages 15, 16, and 17, were charged with the robbery that occurred two weeks ago. The accused live i...
 
 
Save Our Bahamas wants carnival event cancelled
Members of the Save Our Bahamas group yesterday called for the government and the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) to cancel its carnival kick-off event tonight in honor of Holy Week. The BNFC is set to host a block party to be held at ...
 
 
Election May 10th
Ending weeks of speculation, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday announced that the next general election will be held on Wednesday, May 10. Nomination Day is set for April 20. Christie’s announcement came during a live national broadcast on ...
 
 
National exams postponed
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has postponed the dates for several national examinations that were scheduled to take place on election day, May 10. In a notice issued to all government and independent schools across the country ye...
 
 
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