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Another man charged in club parking lot murder
Police have charged another man in connection with the murder of Rozario Palacious. Jeremy Adderley, 24, of Wallace Road, appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes yesterday. Adderley was not required to enter a plea to the charge and h...
 
 
‘Proceed with convention’
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) leadership candidate Alfred Sears said yesterday the party should proceed with its November convention as planned, despite the ravages of Hurricane Matthew. “The people in the Progressive Liberal Party, the stalwart...
 
 
PM promises more details on Baha Mar sale ‘soon’
Prime Minister Perry Christie told The Nassau Guardian he will “soon” provide more information about matters connected to the acquisition of assets of Baha Mar by an entity known as Perfect Luck Holdings. “I have to have a meeting. Not even th...
 
 
Power restored to 96 percent of New Providence
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) yesterday advised that by today it expects to have restored electricity to 98 percent of its customers in New Providence in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. BPL said power was restored to 96 percent of its customers....
 
 
Sandals: No union busting in rehires
The union representing Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort workers claimed on Saturday that only about 10 percent of union members who were made redundant when the property closed for renovations in August have been rehired. But Director of Corporate Serv...
 
 
Video captured storm’s horror
Cienna Riley, a seven-year-old resident of Lowe Sound, North Andros, repeatedly cried, “I don’t want to die” as a powerful surge from Hurricane Matthew filled her home, and panic ensued. The scene was taped by a family member and the video wen...
 
 
Police report two more murders
A man was found shot to death on Lincoln Boulevard early Saturday, police said. According to Chief Superintendent Ashton Greenslade, the man was a resident of Miami Street. He added that the man was known to police. Police ...
 
 
Smith: STB members feel intimidated by police
Attorney for Save The Bays (STB) Fred Smith, in an open letter to Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade released yesterday, claimed that STB members’ complaints about “a campaign of harassment, intimidation, hate speech, death threats, arson,...
 
 
FNM would back a national lottery
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday the party would fully support a national lottery but thinks the government should have a better response to financing costs associated with hurricane relief. Minister of Tourism Obie...
 
 
Discussions to cancel one Junkanoo parade
There may only be one Junkanoo Parade this upcoming season as a result of damage caused by Hurricane Matthew, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson said. “What the different Junkanoo groups are discussing in light of the damage ...
 
 
Caribbean Bottling Company donates 3,500 cases of product
To date Caribbean Bottling Company has donated over 3,500 cases of product to assist those in need after Hurricane Matthew. Coca-Cola is a global company that operates in local communities around the world. This is no different here in The Bahamas. ...
 
 
Ride for Hope to host 10th anniversary Gran Fondo event
In celebration of ten years of raising hope and resources to aid cancer research, care and survivorship across The Bahamas, Ride for Hope is excited to announce details about next year’s 10th anniversary event: a Gran Fondo. The Ride for Hope Gran...
 
 
‘No politics in hurricane relief’
Amid questions about credentials to be an appropriate national coordinator for the hurricane restoration process, Minister of Labour Shane Gibson said he is dedicated and will not “rest until everyone gets the help they need in a timely fashion, re...
 
 
Minnis blasts exit from hurricane relief fund
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday insisted that due to the Christie administration’s “mismanagement and incompetence” The Bahamas lost out on a $50 million to $100 million payout from the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facilit...
 
 
Sandals expected to reopen Tuesday
After terminating 600 employees when it closed to make an estimated $4 million in repairs and upgrades to the resort, Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort will reopen its doors on Tuesday, The Nassau Guardian can confirm. Lazard Charlton, who heads public ...
 
 
Teen accused of home invasion on Harbour Island
A 17-year-old accused of a home invasion at Harbour Island this week has been remanded to prison. The teen appeared before Magistrate Kara Turnquest-Deveaux yesterday facing one count of burglary, four counts of armed robbery, four counts of receivi...
 
 
Gibson: PLP to decide soon on convention fate
Chairman of the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) Convention Committee Shane Gibson said yesterday that senior members of the PLP have made a strong case as to why the organization should put off its national convention, set for late November, in...
 
 
Man accused of having dozens of bullets
A 30-year-old man accused of having dozens of bullets with the intent to supply was yesterday remanded into custody to await a preliminary inquiry. D’angelo Charlton, of Farrington Road, appeared before Magistrate Constance Delancy accused of havi...
 
 
‘Time to consider’ national lottery
Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe said yesterday the time has come for the government to consider introducing a national lottery to defray the enormous costs associated with natural disasters. Wilchcombe made the statement in the House of Assembly...
 
 
Munnings appointed cultural image ambassador for The Bahamas to China
The Bahamas Embassy in the People’s Republic of China along with The Bahamas’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs wish to thank the Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China, as well as the Chinese Embassy in The Bahamas for confirming the ...
 
 
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