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Miller surprised by Allen’s criticism of Christie
Former Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday he was “flabbergasted” by former Urban Renewal Co-Chair Algernon Allen’s “disparaging” comments regarding remarks made by former Prime Minister Perry Christie pertaining to the arraignments ...
 
 
Cousins admit public sex
Two cousins have admitted having sex with each other in public. Anischa Percentie, 26, and Layton Clarke, 46, changed their pleas to guilty on Monday at the expected start of their trial before Assistant Chief Magistrate Subusola Swain. The pair wa...
 
 
No additional resources for statistics dept. right now
The Department of Statistics will have to wait until the government’s fiscal situation improves in order to receive the resources it needs, Labour Minister Dion Foulkes indicated yesterday. According to the department’s acting director, Leona Wi...
 
 
Man sentenced to 30 months for gun possession
A man who said he bought a gun after surviving two attempts on his life was yesterday sentenced to 30 months in prison. Police arrested Durrell Hanna, 23, of Hospital Lane, on August 11 after they found him with a loaded .380 pistol in his waist. A...
 
 
Roberts: Foulkes further vindicates PLP on jobs
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday that Labour Minister Dion Foulkes’ recent statement on the slight dip in joblessness during the period April 24-–30 further vindicates the PLP. In a statement to the press...
 
 
PM, DPM lead verification process for Cabinet ministers
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert A. Minnis and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest led the verification process for members of Parliament prior to participating in the weekly Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, August 15. Prime Minister M...
 
 
Dame Joan lashes back at Mitchell
Former Court of Appeal President Dame Joan Sawyer said yesterday that Senator Fred Mitchell is “beneath my contempt” and added that, for all his belief in his brilliance, she would not “lower herself” to go “against him to even ask for dama...
 
 
Town meeting on landfill tonight
Amid ongoing concern about the New Providence Landfill, which has been categorized as an “urgent public health hazard”, government officials will update the public at a town meeting tonight about the steps that will be taken to mitigate the threa...
 
 
Allen criticizes former PM
Former Urban Renewal Co-Chair Algernon Allen yesterday called former Prime Minister Perry Christie’s comments on the arrests of three former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) parliamentarians “disturbing and disappointing” and charged that Christ...
 
 
Former NIB manager charged with extortion and bribery
A former manager at the National Insurance Board (NIB) has been accused of extortion and bribery over claims that she demanded $5,000 from a builder. Prosecutors allege that while working as a manager at NIB, Selena Sweeting, 56, of Eastern Road, so...
 
 
Foulkes welcomes drop in joblessness
Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes said yesterday the government is pleased with the recent dip in unemployment, but noted that some of the people who were employed at the time of the survey are now out of work because they had temporary jobs at the tim...
 
 
Pinder: New jobs report a hard sell
It is a hard sell to expect Bahamians to believe that unemployment dropped from 11.6 percent to 9.9 percent nationally, Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) President John Pinder asserted yesterday. Pinder’s comments followed the release by the De...
 
 
Forensic audits yet to start
Three months after announcing there will be forensic audits into certain government departments and programs, no forensic audit has yet gotten underway, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest confirmed yesterday. Turnquest did...
 
 
Former convict charged with armed robbery
A man who on appeal was acquitted of manslaughter in relation to the death of his alleged lover is back in custody on charges of attempted armed robbery and armed robbery. Adrian Robinson, 49, of no fixed address, appeared before Chief Magistrate Jo...
 
 
Man, 30, on murder charge
A 30-year-old man has been charged with murder over the shooting death of Keno Hepburn at a club. Franklyn Johnson, of Whites Addition, appeared before Chef Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt yesterday charged with non-capital murder in connection wit...
 
 
For some, desperate search for jobs a daily struggle
Alicia Williams, 41, a resident of Bains and Grants Town, is among the nearly 22,000 unemployed people in The Bahamas. Williams told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that she is sometimes depressed because her ongoing job hunt often ends in disappointm...
 
 
New medical chief of staff at PMH
The Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) announced yesterday that Dr. Caroline Burnett-Garraway has been appointed medical chief of staff for Princess Margaret Hospital with effect from August 2017. With more than two-and-a-half decades as a physician i...
 
 
Mitchell: Dame Joan trying to remain relevant
Former Court of Appeal President Dame Joan Sawyer was “outrageous” to accuse two prominent clergymen of attempting to divide the country when they expressed concern over what they deemed to be “inhumane” treatment of a former PLP Cabinet mini...
 
 
Bahamas, China celebrate 20 years of strong diplomatic relations
After 20 years of establishing diplomatic relations with China, The Bahamas continues to expand its cultural influence internationally through promoting diversity, building people-to-people friendships, and establishing sister city relationships thro...
 
 
Haitian migrants apprehended off Ragged Island
One hundred and fifty-one Haitian migrants were apprehended in Bahamian waters in two separate incidents between August 9th and 11th in waters of the Southern Bahamas. On August 9th, a U.S. Coast Guard vessel with a defense force shiprider on board ...
 
 
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