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Wells backs Minnis
Former Free National Movement (FNM) Minister Tennyson Wells says he supports Dr. Hubert Minnis for leader of the party and believes Minnis is gaining traction in the country daily. Wells also suggested that FNMs who have a problem with Minnis’ lea...
 
 
Murder accused becomes murder victim
A man accused of a murder and attempted murder that occurred in 2011 was shot dead on Saturday night. Alexander Carey, 31, who is also known as “Cohey”, was on bail. Police said he was shot multiple times after he had an argument with two men a...
 
 
Bulletproof masks seized among weapons
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade revealed that police discovered two bulletproof masks, nine illegal pistols and 31 fully loaded magazines in a home on Grand Bahama on Saturday. Three men were arrested. “This recovery is due to the excel...
 
 
Police find 281 kilos of suspected cocaine in two operations
Authorities found a combined 281 kilos of suspected cocaine yesterday during separate operations in Freeport, Grand Bahama and Matthew Town, Inagua. In the first incident, police discovered 176 kilos of cocaine following a search of a container at t...
 
 
Int’l agencies alerted on escaped murderer
Police have alerted their international counterparts to be on the lookout for escaped murder convict Ormand Leon. Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Leon Bethell said police think the 26-year-old murderer may still be in The Bahamas, as they ha...
 
 
No law in place for NIB to register for NHI
Nearly three weeks after the government commenced registration for National Health Insurance (NHI), National Insurance Board (NIB) Senior Deputy Director Cecile Bethel indicated that the registration component of the universal healthcare scheme canno...
 
 
John Bostwick still permitted to practice law
Attorney John Bostwick is still permitted to practice law as an appeal has suspended the effect of his conviction for unauthorized possession of ammunition, Bar Association President Elsworth Johnson has confirmed. Last month, Bostwick, 45, paid a ...
 
 
Over 12,000 take part in BNT school presentations
Over 200 schoolchildren took part in environmental presentations at the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) on New Providence during January. And more than 12,000 students and teachers visited BNT parks and facilities around the country last year. “At a ...
 
 
Govt ‘addressing NHI concerns’
Weeks after demanding that the government respect the views of stakeholders on forming a palatable National Health Insurance (NHI) plan, Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) President Dr. Charles Arthur Clarke said yesterday that “significant adjustments”...
 
 
Man shot dead
A man was shot and killed during a drive-by shooting off Mount Royal Avenue yesterday morning, Chief Superintendent Paul Rolle said. Rolle said the victim was sitting on a wall on Clinton Street around 7 a.m. when two men driving a white Honda appro...
 
 
VAT spending to be revealed during budget: Halkitis
Amid questions regarding the government’s use of the revenue derived from value-added tax (VAT), Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis said the government will give a full accounting of how much money was collected from VAT during the nati...
 
 
Man shot during Abaco robbery attempt
Police on Abaco said a security officer on Abaco was shot in the arm during an attempted armed robbery. According to reports, a female employee and a security officer were at a business shortly before 11 p.m. on Thursday when an armed man approached...
 
 
Another Super Value store robbed
Chief Superintendent Paul Rolle said yesterday that two masked men armed with handguns robbed a Super Value food store on East Street and Robinson Road on Thursday night. Rolle said the men, who were at large, got away with an undetermined amount of...
 
 
Chinese: Baha Mar crisis not our fault
The Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM) yesterday dismissed “unfounded criticisms” by people with “ulterior motives” and said it has the best interests of the Bahamian people at heart. There has been some criticism in recent weeks over the la...
 
 
Peter Turnquest: PM’s Baha Mar optimism does not match reality
Pointing to a recent request by the government’s lawyer for a three-month delay in the Baha Mar winding up petition hearing, Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest said Prime Minister Perry Christie’s optimism surrounding Baha...
 
 
Children spared while three murdered in home, court hears
Four children were spared during a home invasion in which three adults were killed, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. The victims, Edward Braynen, Chackara Rahming and Erica Ward, who was eight months pregnant, were murdered inside a one-bedroom...
 
 
Nottage: Bill for parole system by end of year
As part of the government’s citizen security and justice program which will feature a parole system, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday he expects the electronic monitoring program to be expanded to track people who ha...
 
 
Nottage claims Cabinet to get NIA Bill next week
More than a year after Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said he intended to table legislation for the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) in Parliament, he said he plans to present a draft bill to Cabinet for review next week. “Whe...
 
 
Smith: Inconceivable to call election now
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP and Cabinet Minister George Smith said yesterday that it would be “inconceivable” for Prime Minister Perry Christie to call a snap election because of the “perceived” weaknesses of the opposition. He...
 
 
Man gets three years in prison for gun possession
A 22-year-old resident of Talbot Street was yesterday sentenced to three years in prison after being convicted of gun possession. Police arrested Derinardo Moss on February 3, 2014 after they found a loaded 9mm pistol under the driver’s seat of hi...
 
 
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