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Sears: I will win
A week after announcing that he intends to challenge Prime Minister Perry Christie at the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) November convention, PLP Fort Charlotte candidate Alfred Sears yesterday made a definitive statement: “I will win”. “...
 
 
GBHRA: Arrests over song undemocratic
The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) yesterday condemned the arrests of two men over a controversial expletive-filled song about Prime Minister Perry Christie, his family and others, and said the police should not interfere in matters of...
 
 
Rollins: House fails to protect private citizens
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins said the acknowledgement by House Speaker Dr. Kendal Major that he should not have allowed the emails of private citizens to be read and tabled in the House of Assembly, shows how the House fails to protect private...
 
 
Gomez: Medical records at landfill ‘despicable’
Minister of Health Dr. Perry Gomez said it was “despicable” that patients’ test results from the Hematology Department of Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) were found among untreated biohazardous waste at the New Providence landfill. Gomez, who...
 
 
Govt eyes new location for Post Office
The government has identified the Independence Shopping Centre as the new site for the General Post Office, according to Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson. “The Post Office will be relocated as soon as we have the plans [and] ...
 
 
Summer internship at Leon Levy Preserve for COB students
Three College of The Bahamas students - Rose Charles, Brendan Toote, and Antonette Hudson - were selected as interns from 15 applicants by the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve on Eleuthera this summer. They studied the natural history of the area ove...
 
 
Building industry seminar focuses on security
Have you ever been burglarized? Had your house damaged by a storm? That feeling of helplessness, of being violated and difficult-to-place anger is almost impossible to describe. Worse still is the feeling in the pit of your stomach that there was som...
 
 
Exuma bids farewell to Reverend Irvin Clarke Sr.
The late Dr. Myles Munroe once said, “leadership is the capacity to influence others through inspiration motivated by passion, generated by vision, produced by a conviction, ignited by a purpose”. Rev. Dr. Irvin Clarke Sr. was indeed a man of gre...
 
 
Suspect killed in home invasion
A suspect shot by police during a home invasion died in hospital yesterday. Two police officers were also hospitalized after being attacked by the knife-wielding intruder in a residence on East Street and Palmetto Avenue, police said According to C...
 
 
Customs officer admits stealing toilet tissue
A 26-year-old customs officer has lost his job and now has a criminal record after he admitted to stealing 23 cases of toilet tissue. Davardo Hanna, of Yamacraw Shores, pleaded guilty to charges of shopbreaking and stealing when he was arraigned bef...
 
 
PHA: Biohazardous waste came from PMH
The Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) announced yesterday that its investigations have confirmed that biohazardous waste found at the New Providence Landfill originated from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH). A press release yesterday read: “Followi...
 
 
Police questioning two over release of controversial song
Police have two men in custody in relation to the release of an expletive-filled song about Prime Minister Perry Christie, his family and others, head of the Central Detective Unit (CDU) Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander said yesterday. Pressed...
 
 
Couple pays $7k fine, avoids jail in libel case
A Filipino couple on Friday paid a $7,000 fine to avoid spending a year in prison for defaming the husband’s former mistress. Angelito Cayetano, a 36-year-old handyman, and April Cayetano, a 30-year-old nanny for a family in Lyford Cay, could have...
 
 
Man gets two years for gun possession
A 27-year-old scuba diving instructor was yesterday jailed for two years for illegal gun and ammunition possession. Diego Hepburn, of Old Cedar Way, Yellow Elder Gardens, was arrested on August 17, 2013 along with three other people, after police ...
 
 
Butler-Turner admits error in quitting race
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday admitted she made an “error” by abruptly withdrawing from the leadership race at the Free National Movement’s (FNM) convention last month. “I think a lot of people were hoping that I would t...
 
 
Man, 58, found murdered at park
The murder of a father and friend has brought grief to many in the Bain Town community. Early Thursday morning, residents woke to the news of the stabbing death of 58-year-old Pitt Road resident, Reginald “Black Rat” Johnson. According to Chief...
 
 
Turnquest: PLP trying to pull a fast one with NHI
East Grand Bahama MP Peter Turnquest yesterday urged the government to be “honest with the Bahamian people” about its proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) plan, insisting that 90 percent of the services outlined in the NHI Bill are now avai...
 
 
GBHRA says Hamilton ‘shockingly hypocritical’
The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) yesterday fired back at South Beach MP Cleola Hamilton over her criticisms that it was silent in the face of controversial comments by Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn, and accused her and other PLP MPs ...
 
 
Major admits he would have handled email matter differently
House of Assembly Speaker Dr. Kendal Major suggested yesterday that in retrospect he should not have allowed Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald to read private information belonging to members of the environmental group Save The Bays in Parliament, but sa...
 
 
Hall calls on MPs to protect the unborn
Bishop Simeon Hall yesterday called on parliamentarians to “extend the reach of the laws they make to children yet in the womb” in light of the recent sentencing of two men who killed a pregnant woman. "We believe that the unborn child is a huma...
 
 
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