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Police investigating explicit song about the PM
The creators of an expletive-filled song about Prime Minister Perry Christie, his family and others, are under investigation for possible criminal libel, according to police. Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander said he is personally distraught at...
 
 
Teen claims he was molested multiple times
A magistrate has ordered a psychiatric evaluation for a teen who claimed he was molested multiple times. The 19-year-old appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney yesterday charged with the March 26, 2011 assault on Dario Canter and making death ...
 
 
Zika case in Bahamas
Health officials yesterday announced that the first confirmed case of Zika virus infection has been recorded in The Bahamas. According to Health Minister Dr. Perry Gomez, the case occurred in an adult male resident of Pinewood, who recently traveled...
 
 
Wilchcombe guarantees Christie will remain PLP leader
West Grand Bahama and Bimini MP Obie Wilchcombe yesterday expressed support for Prime Minister Perry Christie to stay on as leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), noting that this is “Christie’s run”. He said he is confident Christie w...
 
 
Sandals GM charged in union dispute
The acrimonious relationship between the Bahamas Hotel Maintenance and Allied Workers Union (BHMAWU) and the management of the Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort came to a head yesterday, with three union members filing a criminal complaint against the ho...
 
 
‘NHI an election gimmick’
The National Health Insurance (NHI) program is nothing more than an “election eve gimmick” being rushed out in a desperate move by the government to give the impression to the electorate that it has fulfilled an election campaign promise to imp...
 
 
Bethel: FNM open to alliance talks with DNA, others
Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Carl Bethel said yesterday the FNM is open to discussions with the Democratic National Alliance (DNA), the United Democratic Party (UDP) and any other third party that wants to discuss an alliance. “The Free Na...
 
 
MP slams pastors, others for silence on tube tying proposal
South Beach MP Cleola Hamilton yesterday struck at the ‘vote no’ pastors from the recent referendum campaign, the Bahamas Christian Council and other groups that speak to moral issues on a national platform, for their failure to decry the controv...
 
 
Speaker urges haste with House probe on injunction
House of Assembly Speaker Dr. Kendal Major yesterday urged haste for the House’s Committee on Privilege to probe matters related to a recent ruling handed down by Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles involving Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald. At the ...
 
 
Queen’s College student is All-Bahamas Merit Scholar
The Bahamas’ top young scholars were officially recognized yesterday at a ceremony held at Government House with Queen’s College (QC) graduate Simone Cambridge being named the 2016 All-Bahamas Merit Scholar (ABMS). A total of 22 students receive...
 
 
Wilchcombe: We have to be concerned about Zika
Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe said yesterday that “we have to be concerned” about the way the local tourism industry may be impacted, given the recent announcement of the first recorded case of Zika virus infection in The Bahamas. “We have ...
 
 
Murder trial discontinued
A jury impanelled to determine who killed Winfield Smith five years ago no longer has that responsibility, as the Crown withdrew the matter yesterday. The jury was selected on Monday in the trial of Robert Ryan Smith Jr., who prosecutors alleged was...
 
 
One Ocean supports Bahamas judo athletes
Local brokerage Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty and Canadian developer Replay Resorts — the company behind the much anticipated relaunch of “One Ocean”, Paradise Island’s newest luxury condominium community — are helping The Baham...
 
 
First Zika case confirmed in Bahamas
Health officials confirmed today that the first case of the Zika virus infection has been recorded in The Bahamas. Officials said the case occurred in an adult male who recently traveled to Jamaica. The man is a resident of Pinewood Gardens, offici...
 
 
‘Sears has bad timing’
Attorney Alfred Sears’ bid for leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) would be best suited after the general election, according to Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald, who said Sears’ chances of beating Prime Minister Perry Christie at the PL...
 
 
Fewer top grades awarded in BGCSEs this year
While more students earned grades between A and D in the Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) exams compared to those who received grades E and below, fewer of those higher grades by percentage were awarded this year when compar...
 
 
‘Major partly to blame for tension between House, judiciary’
Speaker of the House Dr. Kendal Major is “partly to blame” for the tension between the judicial and legislative branches, according to Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney. Last week, Justice Indra Charles ruled that Mar...
 
 
Smith backs Sears to lead PLP
Fred Smith, QC, said yesterday that Alfred Sears, QC, is the best man to lead the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), and charged that it is now time for Prime Minister Perry Christie to retire from politics. “If I was a PLP, I would support him as l...
 
 
Kids explore culture, creativity at BAF Exuma Summer Camp
GEORGETOWN, Exuma – A world of culture and generational skills was recently opened up to scores of kids at the annual BAF Financial Summer Camp in the breathtaking Exuma chain of islands. This year, 150 kids got to experience the beauty and divers...
 
 
BPL disruption leaves Bimini resort employees in the dark
Employees of the Resorts World Bimini (RWB) property were without power for several days as Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) dealt with an underwater cable fault that disrupted electricity supply to employee dormitories and impacted other areas of the r...
 
 
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