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Man found with gun at Potter’s Cay sentenced to three years
A man who police caught with a loaded gun at Potter’s Cay Dock was yesterday sentenced to three years in prison. Jamal Taylor, of Knowles Drive, was arrested on January 2 when police patrolling in an unmarked car stopped and searched him due to hi...
 
 
‘Govt pushing gay agenda’
Marco City MP Gregory Moss and his party, the United People’s Movement (UPM), are accusing the Christie administration of pushing ‘the gay agenda’, months after the majority of people who voted in the gender equality referendum voted against se...
 
 
DPM urges Bahamians to register to vote
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis is encouraging Bahamians to register to vote in the next general election so they can “be a part of the change they want to see” in the country. “I hope that each and every Bahamian understands the impo...
 
 
PM should worry about leadership battle, not FNM, Turnquest says
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest yesterday encouraged Prime Minister Perry Christie to call the next general election as soon as possible, insisting the FNM is prepared to remove an administration that has “neglected” an...
 
 
We March hits at PLP after inviting party on united march
While calling on members of Parliament, candidates for the next general election, the church and civil society to “break rank” and march with other Bahamians on Majority Rule Day, organizers of We March said their march will not cross paths with ...
 
 
A better life
While for some, 2017 will be a year of new beginnings and resolutions, for others, like 33-year-old Tamara Smith, it is a year of hope. Smith, a mother of three, described the past year for her as a downward spiral. The Kemp Road resident said, alo...
 
 
Man fined for drug possession
A man on bail on a murder charge who admitted to having five pounds of marijuana with the intent to supply avoided a jail sentence yesterday. Axanthio Patrick Thompson was arrested at First Street, The Grove, on December 30 after police on mobile pa...
 
 
Last laugh for Valley Boys
After a performance that disappointed fans a week ago and put the Valley Boys in fifth place, the group emerged victorious yesterday, wowing spectators at the New Year’s Junkanoo Parade with the theme “It’s Showtime”. The Valley Boys receive...
 
 
Murders mar holidays
A man was found dead in his home on Doubloon Drive, Faith Avenue South, with gunshot wounds around 1 p.m. Sunday, according to police. Details were limited on the incident, but according to Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander, the man was found...
 
 
Nottage: Attire will not hinder voter registration
National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage on Monday encouraged Bahamians to register to vote, particularly women, despite reports of some women being turned away from registration sites because of “inappropriate attire”. During an interview...
 
 
Henfield wants joint march with PLP
We March organizer Ranard Henfield is calling on the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in the spirit of “love and unity, pressing onwards, [and marching] together” to have a joint march on Majority Rule Day from Clifford Park to Bay Street rather t...
 
 
Lloyd cries shame on the govt for failure to pay supply teachers
Free National Movement (FNM) South Beach candidate Jeffrey Lloyd said yesterday the failure of the government to pay more than 100 supply teachers in several months saddens him and is a “blatant display of disrespect” to educators of this country...
 
 
Gomez won’t seek re-election
Central and South Eleuthera MP Damian Gomez announced yesterday he will not seek a nomination for the 2017 general election. “After prayerful consideration of the party leader’s invitation for me to sit out this election, we have decided to acce...
 
 
DNA chairman ignores law against casino gambling
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Chairman Andrew Wilson yesterday called for the legalization of casino gambling for Bahamians after he was escorted from the craps table at the Atlantis Casino on Sunday night. The Gaming Act stipulates that visito...
 
 
Johnson: Ministry booked square for Majority Rule event months ago
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson yesterday confirmed that his ministry will hold an event in Rawson Square on January 10 to observe the 50th anniversary of Majority Rule. Johnson says plans were in the making for months now. ...
 
 
‘Rush to register’
After resuming voter registration for the upcoming general election following the holiday break, the Parliamentary Registration Department has observed a “rush of people”, pushing its registration numbers from around 73,000 to 75,000 in the last ...
 
 
Man admits to assaulting ex-girlfriend
A 36-year-old man who admitted to hitting his ex-girlfriend during an argument has been ordered to perform 40 hours of community service and to pay $350 to his victim. Darren Adderley picked up the woman from her home in Fox Hill to talk about their...
 
 
Butler-Turner slams voter registration ‘dress code’
With claims of several women being turned away from the Parliamentary Registration Department because of a lack of appropriate attire, Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner said yesterday these reports are “reprehensible”, calling the ...
 
 
Man denies beating up child for cell phone
A teenager accused of causing harm to a seven-year-old student of Woodcock Primary and stealing his cell phone was yesterday granted $500 bail. Patrick Forbes, a 19-year-old pump attendant of Granger Street, appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinne...
 
 
Collie hits at Roberts’ Minnis comments
Calling Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts delusional for his defense of the “failed record” of the Christie administration, Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday it is clear that Prime Minister ...
 
 
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