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Deputy speaker suggests emails should not have been tabled
Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly Dion Smith suggested yesterday he would not have allowed Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald to read private emails belonging to members of the environmental group Save The Bays (STB) in Parliament, but said he suppo...
 
 
DNA raises alarm over bioharzardous waste at landfill
Leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Branville McCartney said the biohazardous waste found at the New Providence Landfill that originated from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) raises concerns about the level of oversight at that instituti...
 
 
Teen who was murdered had started fight, court told
A teenager who claimed she parted a fight between her best friend and Adonai Wilson testified yesterday that Wilson hit her friend first. The witness’ best friend, cousin and another student from Doris Johnson High School are accused of the Decemb...
 
 
Murder accused fails to show for trial
A murder accused failed to show up for the start of his trial yesterday. Cordero Johnson’s attorney Calvin Seymour told Senior Supreme Court Justice Stephen Isaacs that he had not been in contact with his client and had no idea where he was. Is...
 
 
‘Sandals didn’t want to avoid job cuts’
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson said yesterday he thinks the reason why Sandals kept the government in the dark over pending redundancies is that it did not want to talk to the government about possible ways to prevent more than 600 people losing the...
 
 
Shaunae Miller gets her gold
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Two Olympics ago, the United States snatched a medal away from The Bahamas courtesy of a dive, and on Monday night, The Bahamas got that medal back. Yes, Shaunae Miller’s dive is still a hot topic of discussion of these ...
 
 
Sandals: No choice but to close
Sandals Resorts International Chairman Gordon “Butch” Stewart indicated yesterday that “we had no choice” but to close down Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort on West Bay Street until sometime in October as major renovations got underway. More th...
 
 
As Baha Mar crisis drags on, PM silent
Nearly a month after Prime Minister Perry Christie said the Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM) should be in a position to announce a new buyer for Baha Mar within a “few weeks”, Christie refused to answer questions about the derailed project this...
 
 
Union head accuses govt of failing Sandals workers
The head of the union that represents hundreds of workers who have lost their jobs at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort blamed the government for failing to ensure employees are better protected during redundancy exercises like the one that took place th...
 
 
Congratulatory remarks pour in for Shaunae’s golden win
What a magnificent victory by our Shaunae Miller at the Rio Olympics. It will forever stand as one of those truly iconic moments in Bahamian history. Shaunae gave it her all and then reached down into the deepest part of her being to summon up new r...
 
 
‘There are more Shaunae Millers to come’
Tonique Williams, who in 2004 won the women’s 400 meter race at the Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, is perhaps best qualified to speak to the gold medal performance of Shaunae Miller in Rio de Janeiro on Monday night. Williams joined Bahamians ...
 
 
Sands says he’ll decide within a month whether to resume campaign
More than five weeks after Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Bains and Grants Town Leonard Sands suspended his campaign, he said he will decide in the next month whether he will resume it. “I will be in a position, I believe, based on per...
 
 
Jury selected for trial of teens accused of student’s murder
A jury was on Tuesday seated in the murder trial of the teens accused of the murder of a 12th grade Doris Johnson Senior High School student. Three teens, ages 18, 15 and 16, are accused of the December 9, 2015 stabbing death of Adonai Wilson. The ...
 
 
Murder convict removed from court after outburst
A judge ordered the removal of a murder convict who lost his composure yesterday on learning that a jury had convicted him. Drew Wellington Storr, 19, initially appeared composed after the jury’s forewoman announced the unanimous guilty verdict fo...
 
 
Solomon's Back-to-School Trade Show to assist Bahamas AIDS Foundation after school program
This Saturday, Solomon’s Super Center is helping parents and kids countdown to back-to-school with a trade show featuring healthy lunch tips, fitness and after school options for kids of all ages. During the event, the Zonta Club of Nassau will als...
 
 
GOLD!
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – One plunge across the finish line on Monday brought pure gold to the tiny islands of The Bahamas as Shaunae Miller claimed the crown as the fastest female quarter-miler in the world! Miller won The Bahamas’ 13th Olympic ...
 
 
MPs pass NHI Bill
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday chastised members of the Official Opposition for their criticisms of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill, insisting that whether opposition members believe it or not, NHI has been designed to remove the hi...
 
 
Uncertainty looms as workers collect checks
Dion Smith was on paternity leave spending time with his three-week-old daughter and wife when he received a Whatsapp message that his job in the food and beverage department at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort on Cable Beach was being made redundant. ...
 
 
Gibson: Sandals acted illegally
Minister of Labour Shane Gibson yesterday claimed officials at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort were demanding that the 600-plus employees they made redundant yesterday sign a deed of release in order to receive their redundancy package. He called the m...
 
 
Rollins asks if PM in conflict over Sandals
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins yesterday questioned whether a relative of Prime Minister Perry Christie, who Rollins claimed was acting as a consultant for Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort, is the reason why the government “is just very accepting...
 
 
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