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Little Switzerland robbed
Detectives are seeking two smash-and-grab suspects that robbed the Little Switzerland jewelry store downtown yesterday. Police were called to the store shortly after midday after two men broke a showcase and stole jewelry, an officer attached to the...
 
 
DNA calls for party leaders’ debate
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday challenged Prime Minister Perry Christie and Free National Movement Leader (FNM) Dr. Hubert Minnis to a debate “any day of the week at any time”. “The Bahamian people ha...
 
 
Minnis takes questions, but no specifics given
Facing criticism for his failure in recent times to make himself available to answer reporters’ questions, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis tackled a question on his proposed Over-the-Hill tax relief plan, insisting it will hel...
 
 
Police promotions not political, says Greenslade
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade dismissed suggestions that two senior police officers recently promoted to the rank of deputy commissioner and the promotion of Assistant Commissioner Stephen Dean to senior assistant commissioner yesterday, ...
 
 
Greenslade: No bad intent among people who registered to vote twice
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday confirmed that Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall forwarded several cases for police to review of people being registered to vote more than once, but said he is satisfied those cases were don...
 
 
PLP releases ‘Action Plan for Moving Forward Together’ on new website
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) released its “Action Plan for Moving Forward Together” yesterday through the newly relaunched www.myplp.org website. The action plan outlines the PLP’s plan to address six strategic priorities over the next ...
 
 
Robbery at FNM’s Fort Charlotte office
The Free National Movement’s (FNM) Fort Charlotte constituency office was found ransacked early Wednesday by the party’s candidate, Mark Humes, and his mother. Marsha Young and her son arrived at the office around 8:30 a.m. They said the doors ...
 
 
Teen bailed in tourist robbery case
Three juveniles accused of the armed robbery of a tourist at Nirvana Beach were ordered to keep a curfew as a condition of their bail. The teenagers, ages 15, 16, and 17, were charged with the robbery that occurred two weeks ago. The accused live i...
 
 
Save Our Bahamas wants carnival event cancelled
Members of the Save Our Bahamas group yesterday called for the government and the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) to cancel its carnival kick-off event tonight in honor of Holy Week. The BNFC is set to host a block party to be held at ...
 
 
Election May 10th
Ending weeks of speculation, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday announced that the next general election will be held on Wednesday, May 10. Nomination Day is set for April 20. Christie’s announcement came during a live national broadcast on ...
 
 
National exams postponed
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has postponed the dates for several national examinations that were scheduled to take place on election day, May 10. In a notice issued to all government and independent schools across the country ye...
 
 
Hall: About 170,000 registered to vote
Voter registration continued up to midnight Tuesday, according to Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall, who said yesterday there were approximately 170,000 people registered to vote for the May 10 general election. Voter registration ended on Mon...
 
 
Minnis: All hands on deck to get rid of PLP
Following the announcement of the May 10 election date yesterday, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis charged it signalled the end of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and encouraged “all hands on deck” to vote the PLP out. ...
 
 
Mitchell fires back at Minnis over jobs claim
Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell said in a statement yesterday that the statement made by Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis accusing him of giving out citizenships left, right and center is a “damnable and ...
 
 
Roberts slams Minnis for avoiding media
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday lambasted Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis for his refusal to take questions from the press and once again encouraged voters “not to turn the clock back” on...
 
 
Major: Time for fixed election dates
Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major yesterday agreed with the need for fixed election dates, following Prime Minister Perry Christie’s announcement that the next general election will be held on May 10. Major was a guest on the Guard...
 
 
Criminal libel law challenged
A lawsuit challenging the colonial era law that criminalizes defamation to see if it violates the constitutional right to freedom of expression was filed in the Supreme Court yesterday. Attorney Fred Smith, QC, filed a constitutional challenge on be...
 
 
Cabinet ministers gear up for election sprint
Now that Prime Minister Perry Christie has announced the date for the general election, candidates will be in a mad dash to cover as much ground as possible, most Cabinet ministers included. Outside the weekly Cabinet meeting at the Office of the Pr...
 
 
Acquittal directed in murder case
The judge presiding over the Henley Claridge trial saw no need for jurors to decide on his guilt or innocence and directed the panel to acquit him of murder and armed robbery charges on Tuesday. Senior Justice Stephen Isaacs directed the acquittal a...
 
 
Acquittal in cop robbery case
A jury yesterday acquitted Brandon Cooper of the armed robbery of a policeman. Cooper was tried for the February 17, 2016 armed robbery of off-duty Corporal Arnold McKenzie and possession of a firearm to commit an indictable offense. McKenzie said ...
 
 
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