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Facebook rape case ends in mistrial
Accused sexual predator Jamal Daniels will face a second trial on allegations that he lured a naïve teenager, whom he met on Facebook, to his home and raped her. Acting Justice Renae McKay revoked Daniels’ bail after she was forced to declare a m...
 
 
DNA ratifies four more candidates
The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) yesterday ratified four more candidates. They are Stephanie Lightbourne for Englerston; Gerrino Saunders for St. Barnabas; Samuel Kemp for North Andros and Samuel Strachan for Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvad...
 
 
Environmental safety assessment for GB industrial area residents conducted
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Representatives of the Antea Group, an international engineering and environmental consulting Firm from the Netherlands which specializes in full service solutions in the fields of environment, infrastructure and urban plan...
 
 
MP fires back in row over report
St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman said yesterday his letter to Speaker of the House Dr. Kendal Major, in which he claimed that the boundaries report he signed was not the one tabled in Parliament, was “misinterpreted”, and fired back at Deputy Prime...
 
 
Three men shot
Three men were shot on Windsor Lane and taken to hospital around 10 a.m. yesterday, police said. According to police, a group of men were involved in an altercation that led to three of them being shot. Police launched a manhunt for two suspects wa...
 
 
Scott ‘shocked’ report gazetted while court matter outstanding
The gazetting of the Constituencies Commission report has not derailed plans by attorney Michael Scott to push forward with the legal action he filed on behalf of Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins and Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn. Scott said he i...
 
 
Some ‘new’ crime-fighting measures a part of old plan
As crime remains at stubbornly high levels, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage has announced the introduction of previously used measures and those that are currently in place to curb the trend. As he did in 2013, Nottage announced th...
 
 
Minnis salutes Ingraham in Abaco
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis on Saturday saluted former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham during the official launch of the campaign of the FNM’s North Abaco candidate, Darren Henfield, on Abaco on Saturday, and pledged that c...
 
 
Butler-Turner: Time for independent boundaries commission
Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday suggested that Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn and Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins were justified in filing a legal challenge against the Constituencies Commission report, but conceded that the gove...
 
 
Turnquest: Cancel carnival or reduce costs significantly
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest is urging the government to cancel Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival (BJC) this year, given its fiscal challenges — or at the very least substantially cut spending on the event. Last week, The Nas...
 
 
Seven of Exuma’s famous swimming pigs die
The government will prevent the feeding of Exuma’s swimming pigs by visitors following the recent deaths of seven pigs on Big Major Cay, according to Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray. Tourists and locals alike visit the ...
 
 
More than 120 enter Ministry of Tourism’s song competition
The Ministry of Tourism’s (MOT) “Da Bahamian Ting” Song Competition attracted scores of talented singers, songwriters and musicians from throughout The Islands of The Bahamas. On February 17, members of MOT’s Culture and Heritage Department ...
 
 
Post-convention register bounce
The inevitability of the next general election is becoming ever more evident. Not only has there been a significant increase in voter registration since the Progressive Liberal Party’s convention late last month, according to Parliamentary Commiss...
 
 
Union: Gibson playing games with officers’ careers
The method of payment Minister of Labour Shane Gibson is proposing to satisfy customs officers who signed letters asking to be paid outside of their union’s bargaining unit, could have dire consequences for their careers, claimed Bahamas Customs Im...
 
 
Tattoo artist accused of sex with minor
While noting that most sexual offenses go unreported, a prosecutor yesterday urged a jury to bring justice to a teenage girl who spoke up. In her closing address in the trial of Jamal Daniels, Koschina Marshall told the jury not to be distracted by ...
 
 
Wells: Failed leadership has led to rise of gangs
Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells believes so many young people have become involved in gang culture because leaders in society have not proven to be good role models. Wells’ comments came after Minister of National Security Bernard Nottage’s addres...
 
 
21-yr-old charged with murder
The man who police believe is responsible for the February 13 murder of Frederick Ferguson has also been charged with possession of an illegal firearm. Prosecutors allege that Trevor Cooper, 21, of Prince Charles Drive, fatally shot Ferguson outside...
 
 
Gatekeepers prepared to challenge legality of boundaries report
While congratulating the MPs who launched a legal challenge about the validity of the Constituencies Commission report, Gatekeepers Leader Pastor Jeremiah Duncombe said his organization is prepared to launch its own challenge should the current one f...
 
 
‘Late does not mean it’s invalid’
Even if the court accepts the contention that the boundaries report was not drafted on time, that would not be enough to make it invalid, attorney Loren Klein, who represented the Office of the Attorney General in a legal challenge against the docume...
 
 
Rollins: Speaker has lost appearance of impartiality
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins said yesterday House Speaker Dr. Kendal Major has lost any appearance of impartiality or neutrality after allowing debate to begin on the Constituencies Commission report despite the legal action taken against it. ...
 
 
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