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‘PLP the party of foreign interests’
A study of the political climate in The Bahamas shows that 45 percent of respondents associate the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) with being aligned with foreign interests. This compares to the 23 percent of respondents who named the Free...
 
 
FNM ‘encouraged’ by poll
Given that the Free National Movement (FNM) has yet to begin its substantive campaign for the 2017 general election, Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest said the party is encouraged by the results of a recent poll that show the FNM edging out the competiti...
 
 
Police kill man on bail after ‘shots fired at officers’
Police shot and killed a man on bail for serious crimes after a group of men opened fire on officers in Yellow Elder Gardens around 5:30 p.m. yesterday, according to Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean. Dean said the group was standing on M...
 
 
McCartney: Poll shows DNA a formidable option
That the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) was able to poll “neck and neck” with the more established Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and Free National Movement (FNM) shows that it is now a formidable option for government, according to DNA Lead...
 
 
PM: Bahamas focused on positive migration benefits
Noting that large-scale migration has reached an “unprecedented level of complexity and challenge”, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday highlighted The Bahamas’ commitment to focus on the possible contributions migration can make to the cou...
 
 
Two charged with recent double murder
A suspect in a double murder and attempted murder has concerns for his safety in prison, according to his lawyer. Bernard Ferguson raised the security concerns on behalf of Quentino Carey during his initial court appearance yesterday before Acting C...
 
 
Man, 30, charged with teacher’s murder
A 30-year-old man was yesterday charged with the recent murder of a school teacher. Alister Williams, who is accused of the murder of Marisha Bowen, appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes. Williams, of Garden Hills Number 2, is accus...
 
 
Crime still top issue facing country
Despite the fact that the murder count has been trending significantly downward when compared to last year, respondents in a Public Domain survey conducted in mid August pointed to crime as the number one issue facing The Bahamas. Sixty-three percen...
 
 
Roberts dismisses poll results
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday dismissed the results of a recent Public Domain poll that showed the party had the least support of the three main political parties, and suggested Bahamians do not poll well. “You...
 
 
Mixed reactions from station heads over URCA crackdown
Following the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority’s (URCA) announcement of a crackdown on broadcasters, some radio station heads questioned the transparency and clarity of URCA’s intentions, while others see it as a “long overdue” ...
 
 
Keod Smith and Derek Ryan no shows in contempt case
A Supreme Court judge said yesterday that attorneys Keod Smith and Derek Ryan would not be allowed to frustrate the court’s process. Justice Rhonda Bain is due to begin committal proceedings against the men after finding them guilty of contempt of...
 
 
Wells: Rollins will win wherever he runs
Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells expressed that he is confident Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins will win whatever seat he decides to contest in the next general election. Wells spoke to The Nassau Guardian following the ratification of four Free Nat...
 
 
New BPL rental generation online
An additional 40 megawatts of rented power generation came online at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) on Sunday, according to BPL Corporate Communications Manager Arnette Ingraham. For months, BPL officials contended that the company would bring in mor...
 
 
Man acquitted of Super Value robbery
A Supreme Court jury accepted that a man had been framed when he was unanimously acquitted yesterday. Don Sweeting, 31, of Knowles Drive, Bozine Town, stood trial before Acting Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hilton in connection with the August 31, 2...
 
 
Doctors on work-to-rule at South Beach Clinic
President of the Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) Dr. Charles Arthur Clarke yesterday announced that doctors at the South Beach Clinic are taking a work-to-rule stand as a result of the air conditioning and ventilation system in the south wing of the Sout...
 
 
Low support for PLP, FNM
A recent nationwide poll has revealed what many have long suspected: There is a deep dissatisfaction with the current administration and the direction the country is headed in, but people are also unhappy with their options for change. The Public ...
 
 
Crackdown on bail bondsmen activity
The court system has launched a crackdown on who qualifies to post bail for criminal defendants, shutting out at least five bail bondsmen who over the years have posted bail for hundreds of defendants. The initiative is the latest effort by the cour...
 
 
Sir Michael ‘alarmed’ by minister’s reaction to ruling
Former Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett said on Saturday it is alarming and “most regrettable” that Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald has indicated that despite a Supreme Court ruling that he breached the constitutional right to privacy of members o...
 
 
Former CJ expresses alarm at lawyer’s conduct
Legal professionals should all be “alarmed” at the conduct, pointed out by the Court of Appeal, of attorney Geoffrey Farquharson, whose “rude and unprofessional behavior” during the controversial trial of accused murderer Kofhe Goodman, cause...
 
 
Wells predicts Rollins would beat Butler-Turner in Long Is.
Former Cabinet Minister Tennyson Wells said if Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins runs as an independent in Long Island in the next general election against Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner, and whomever the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) puts ...
 
 
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