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FNM MPs draft letter to GG
The letter to the governor general asking that Dr. Hubert Minnis be removed as leader of the Official Opposition has been written. The names of the following six MPs appear on that letter: Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins, Long Island MP Loretta ...
 
 
Rollins: Minnis can weather storm if he is fit to lead
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins, in an apparent swipe at Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, charged that “leaders must never be afraid to allow democracy to reign”, insisting that if Minnis is the right person to lead the ...
 
 
Butler-Turner: MPs seeking to unite FNM
Member of Parliament for Long Island Loretta Butler-Turner said yesterday the latest political maneuvers by certain FNM MPs is less about Minnis and more an effort to unify the Free National Movement (FNM) and prepare it for the next general election...
 
 
Major cable fault blamed for island-wide power cut
A total system shutdown caused an island-wide blackout in New Providence yesterday. According to Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), a major cable fault was responsible for shutting down generation, transmission and distribution networks on the island. ...
 
 
Sears apologizes for role in defeat of 2002 referendum
With the gender equality referendum nearing, former Attorney General Alfred Sears — making it clear he was not speaking for his party — apologized for his role as a member of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in securing a defeat of a similar r...
 
 
A land of limited opportunities
Some Bahamian university students are opting out of returning to The Bahamas to build their careers and start their families because they claim the government has failed to deliver on promises that affect their future. They noted that entry-level po...
 
 
Eating on $4 a day
Kristina McNeil, news anchor at Our News, learned of Hands For Hunger’s (HFH) Dine On The Line challenge through HFH’s Facebook page and used her position to raise public awareness on poverty in The Bahamas, encouraging her coworkers to do the sa...
 
 
Bahamas has its first Associates in Captive Insurance (ACI) designee
In 2013, the Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) and the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas partnered to provide full scholarships for the Associates in Captive Insurance (ACI) designation offered by the International Center for Captive Insuranc...
 
 
New snake species discovered in Southern Bahamas
A new species of snake has been discovered in the Conception Island National Park, a remote part of the southwest Bahamas. The harmless Silver Boa was found last July during an expedition led by University of North Carolina biologist Dr. Graham Reyno...
 
 
MPs bid to oust Minnis
A majority of the Free National Movement’s (FNM) House of Assembly team has given FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis an ultimatum: facilitate an early national convention or be ousted as leader of the Official Opposition. Multiple high-level sources wit...
 
 
Roberts: Vote buying claims are nonsense
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday dismissed as “utter nonsense” claims by Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis that the government is offering money, jobs and contracts for support of the June 7 gender equality r...
 
 
Sands calls revamped mortgage relief ‘election scheme’
Former Bahamas Mortgage Corporation (BMC) Chairman Senator Dr. Duane Sands yesterday called the government’s new mortgage relief plan a shined up, repainted “mortgage relief 2.0” and said in the absence of transparency and integrity surrounding...
 
 
Sentencing delay for couple in beating death
A Supreme Court judge on Friday delayed sentencing for the parents of a three-year-old girl who were convicted of manslaughter in the beating death of Akeem Gibson-Ramsey in 2012. Alexia Barr and Deangelo Sands were originally charged with murder,...
 
 
U.S. ambassador designee dies
Cassandra Q. Butts, who was nominated by U.S. President Barack Obama as ambassador to The Bahamas, but had not yet been confirmed by the U.S. Senate, passed away on Tuesday, U.S. Embassy in Nassau Charge d’Affaires Lisa Johnson said in a statement ...
 
 
COB students pleased with no more VAT on fees
The news of tax-free ancillary fees at The College of The Bahamas (COB) has sparked an outpour of appreciation to the Prime Minister from students who struggled with paying fees since the implementation of value-added tax (VAT) on January 1, 2015. D...
 
 
Man facing murder trial for third time
The judge and jurors hearing the trial of a man who allegedly shot a man multiple times following an argument visited the crime scene yesterday. Alexander Pierre Jr., is facing his third trial for the murder of Raymond Thompson at an area off East S...
 
 
‘Govt paying for yes votes
Leader of the Official Opposition Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday he has received reports from “legitimate sources” that the government is offering money, jobs and contracts for yes votes in the June 7 gender equality referendum. Speaking of hi...
 
 
ZNS employee shot dead
As ZNS employees were yesterday observing the 80th anniversary of Radio Bahamas, news arrived of the murder of one of their own: Scott Richards, a long-time gospel deejay, who had only recently ended his graveyard shift and had planned to return last...
 
 
Mitchell cautions Bahamians against ‘racist and jingoistic’ behavior
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell has “sounded a word of caution” to Bahamians against “racist and jingoistic” behavior on social media amid various posts concerning a rumor that the government had agreed to grant the ...
 
 
Couple bought generator hours before their death
Brady and Princess Simms, the married couple who died in their Nassau Village home last week, had installed a generator only hours earlier, their son said yesterday. Dominic Simms was their only son. “The generator was actually the cause,” Simm...
 
 
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