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Henfield: We will still march
We March organizer and newly sworn in Senator Ranard Henfield said yesterday despite his appointment to the Senate he would lead another march if the government does not keep its promises. He also stated that even if they do, the group will still ma...
 
 
Goodman retrial begins
The retrial for the man accused of the murder of Marco Archer, the 11-year-old boy whose naked body was found in bushes days after he failed to return home in 2011, began yesterday. The trial is the second for Kofhe Goodman, otherwise known as Edwar...
 
 
Major: Status quo of PLP must change
Reflecting on the devastating blow dealt to the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) at the polls over a week ago, former Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major said yesterday that the Bahamian people’s “total rejection” of the former g...
 
 
Lloyd: Education audit expanded
Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd said yesterday that the audit into the Ministry of Education and Department of Education will be expanded and enhanced to include “everything” and suggested that the report is expected to be complete before the...
 
 
Roberts confirms PLP Senate picks
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts confirmed yesterday that Leader of the Opposition Philip Brave Davis has selected former ministers Fred Mitchell and Michael Darville, former PLP North Eleuthera candidate Clay Sweeting and att...
 
 
Marine charged with gun possession
A law enforcement officer accused of running afoul of the law was yesterday remanded to prison. Marine Seaman Doswell Coakley, 21, of Killdeer Drive, Monastery Park, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt in connection with the seizu...
 
 
Man killed near Soldier Road
A man was shot to death on Sunday night near Redland Acres, Soldier Road. According to police, the victim was getting out of his car shortly after 10:30 p.m. when a man approached and shot him multiple times before fleeing on foot. Officers found t...
 
 
Lloyd: Ministry of Works to no longer be in charge of school repairs
The Ministry of Works will no longer be in charge of public school repairs and instead a separate body of resources will be formed specifically for the Ministry of Education, said Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd. “One of the things that has ...
 
 
Man jailed for Andros drug bust
A 45-year-old fisherman was yesterday sentenced to five years in prison for the seizure of $1.6 million in marijuana last week. Dominic Levarity, of Armbrister Street, Fox Hill, was arrested last Thursday after officers conducting a stake out in Mar...
 
 
Bannister sworn in
Desmond Bannister was sworn in as the minister of works today during a ceremony at Government House. Additionally, five parliamentary secretaries were sworn in: Vaughn Miller has been appointed to the Ministry of Social Services and Urban Developm...
 
 
Goodman's retrial begins
The retrial for the man accused of the murder of Marco Archer, the 11-year-old boy whose naked body was found in bushes days after he failed to return home in 2011, began today. The trial is the second for Kofhe Goodman, otherwise known as Edwardo F...
 
 
BPL theft probe
Police have launched an investigation into the alleged theft of “a large amount of money” from Bahamas Power and Light (BPL). Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that while no employees have be...
 
 
Henfield, Mitchell expected among Senate picks
We March organizer Ranard Henfield is among those Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis is eyeing for the Senate, The Nassau Guardian understands. Ahead of the May 10 general election, Henfield, who led thousands of Bahamians in three marches between Nov...
 
 
New govt denies witch hunt in BAIC matter
Responding to accusations that the government is conducting a “political witch hunt” in relation to the probe at the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) and subsequent arrest of former Deputy Speaker Dion Smith, Prime Minister ...
 
 
Police shoot suspect dead in gun battle
A high-speed chase involving police and two men armed with an AK-47 assault weapon in the western area of New Providence on Saturday ended in one suspect being shot dead and the other escaping, police said. Shortly after 3 p.m. on Shrimp Road, off...
 
 
Collie: No need for any FNM MP to feel left out
There is no need for any Free National Movement (FNM) MP to feel left out because they did not get a Cabinet post, FNM Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday. Collie was responding to the recent views publicly expressed by Adrian Gibson, a young atto...
 
 
Man found dead in fire
Officers responding to reports of a fire at a condominium complex on West Bay Street found the body of a man inside with injuries to both wrists on Saturday morning, police said. Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean said officers rec...
 
 
Minnis urges ministers to remain humble
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday repeated his calls for the recently sworn in Cabinet ministers to take servant leadership seriously and to work to ensure that there is trust and confidence in government. “We must avoid the temptation to...
 
 
Davis: PLP must reform
Interim Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Philip Brave Davis was sworn in as leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition at a ceremony at Government House. A large crowd of supporters, former MPs and dignitaries watched him receive his in...
 
 
PLP leader: Energy deal not given final approval
Newly appointed Leader of the Opposition Philip Brave Davis said yesterday the former government reached the point of agreement on a natural energy deal, but the matter was adjourned pending further assessments. Davis, who spoke to The Nassau Guardi...
 
 
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