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Unions to join march
As social media momentum built ahead of a non-partisan march planned for Black Friday, the leaders of the two umbrella unions in The Bahamas announced yesterday that their organizations have come onboard to bring attention to a number of pressing iss...
 
 
Minnis: BTC probe irrelevant
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis’ suggestion that then Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham paid almost $500,000 over the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) chairman’s r...
 
 
AG: We will follow death penalty law
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday the law on the death penalty will be followed. Maynard-Gibson was asked to respond to a call by Catholic Archbishop Patrick Pinder and other regional bishops who make up the Antilles Episcopal C...
 
 
Dames highlights FNM’s areas of focus to fight crime
Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Mount Moriah and former Deputy Commissioner of Police Marvin Dames yesterday said the current approach to fighting crime is wrong and highlighted several features of the FNM’s crime platform. “I think o...
 
 
Doctors threaten to ‘withdraw services’ at PMH
President of the Consultant Physician Staff Association (CPSA) Dr. Locksley Munroe yesterday expressed concern that consulting staff at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) “may resign or withdraw their services from the hospital” following the resig...
 
 
The Nassau Guardian turns 172
The Nassau Guardian, the oldest newspaper in The Bahamas, turns 172 years old today. “It is a pleasure leading a company such as The Nassau Guardian with such a long and storied history,” said Brent Dean, Guardian general manager, yesterday. ...
 
 
Two, including teen, charged with murder
A teen who was cleared of an attempted murder charge two months ago is back in prison accused of murder. He was one of two suspects charged with separate recent murders in the Magistrates’ Court yesterday. Police believe that the 17-year-old is r...
 
 
Woman tells court she was gang raped by three men
A woman told a Supreme Court jury yesterday that she was gang raped by three men, two of whom she knew and trusted. The accused, Terevis Rolle, Ventori Bethune and Artel Bethune, have denied the rape allegation at their trial before Justice Bernard ...
 
 
Police hold suspect over Rahming’s murder
Police have a suspect in the murder of popular businessman Albert Rahming, whose bullet-riddled body was found in his car on the Montagu foreshore on November 13, The Nassau Guardian has learned. Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander, the commandin...
 
 
Govt considering issuing new gaming license
While expressing concern about the proliferation of gaming houses in The Bahamas, Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe is considering issuing an invitation for an additional gaming house operator license, according to the Gaming Board. The board said...
 
 
STB members to pursue further recourse internationally
Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) President Fred Smith said yesterday the organization will pursue recourse internationally to protect the rights and safety of its members in The Bahamas, noting that the association has not received any c...
 
 
Evans welcomes probe on BTC sale
Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union President Bernard Evans yesterday welcomed the appointment of a select committee of Parliament to probe the 2011 sale of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), saying it is long overdue and it w...
 
 
PM: Proposal with China is a no go
Amid a fiery exchange in the House of Assembly over the controversial proposal for a $2.1 billion China-Bahamas agri-fisheries project in Andros last night, Prime Minister Perry Christie declared that if such a plan came before Cabinet it would be ...
 
 
‘Chinese approached Gomez about fishing interest’
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller yesterday said Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul Andy Gomez asked him for advice on whether he should pursue discussions with Chinese businessmen who expressed an interest in investing in the agriculture and fishing industr...
 
 
Gibson brings resolution to probe BTC sale
Golden Gates MP Shane Gibson yesterday moved for the appointment of a select committee of Parliament to “investigate, examine and inquire into the surrounding circumstances” of the 2011 sale of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC). “Mr...
 
 
Davis suggests BTC execs were paid for their silence
Seeking to make the case yesterday for the necessity of a select committee of Parliament to probe the sale of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) in 2011, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis suggested then Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham...
 
 
Man murdered off Soldier Road
A man was shot and killed last night through Sumner Street off Soldier Road, police reported. Details about the death of the unidentified man were few up to press time, but police reported the murder shortly before 9:30 p.m. This homicide pushes ...
 
 
DPM tables Urban Renewal Bill
As Urban Renewal expands its scope to the Family Islands, including Bimini and Exuma, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday tabled a bill that would create an independent, statutory body called the Urban Renewal Authority, which would ...
 
 
Gibson believes office vandalism politically motivated
Golden Gates MP Shane Gibson said yesterday he believes the vandalism of his constituency office on Carmichael Road was politically motivated. According to Gibson, surveillance footage caught several individuals vandalizing the building between 4:31...
 
 
Atlantis reports data security incident
Atlantis yesterday announced that a recent data security incident may have compromised the security of payment information of some customers who used debit or credit cards at food and beverage and retail locations at the resort between March 9, 2016 ...
 
 
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