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DPM ‘understands’ why Wells signed LOI
An investigation into the controversial letter of intent (LOI) Parliamentary Secretary Renward Wells signed with Stellar Waste to Energy (Bahamas) Limited has revealed that Wells' action was “not in keeping with good governance”, Deputy Prime Min...
 
 
MPs may vote on constitution bills this week
The vote on the constitutional amendment bills will likely take place in the House of Assembly this week, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said yesterday. The bills were placed in a committee of the House last month to allow the Constitution...
 
 
BAMSI starts with 35 students
Orientation for fewer than 40 students of the Bahamas Agricultural and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) began yesterday on North Andros, despite there being no memorandum of understanding (MOU) in place with The College of The Bahamas. Amid claims e...
 
 
Men charged in connection with drug bust
Three men charged in connection with a $570,000 drug bust have been remanded to prison. Scott Hepburn, 28, of Carmichael Road west; Antonio Jerome King, 51, of Cowpen Road and Crispond Basden, 30, of Yellow Elder Gardens, face a charge of drug posse...
 
 
V. Alfred Gray: PLP too strong to be derailed by LOI affair
The government is “too strong” to allow the controversial letter of intent (LOI) matter involving Renward Wells, parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Works, to “derail” it from its agenda, Agriculture Minister V. Alfred Gray said yester...
 
 
Bethel says DPM owes pastors apology
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis should apologize to the church community for suggesting that church leaders accept money from web shop bosses, Pastor Lyall Bethel said. “I think the deputy prime minister needs to do himself a big favor an...
 
 
Gray: Repairs to North Andros roads to begin next month
Minister of Agriculture, Marine Resources and Local Government V. Alfred Gray said yesterday that repairs to roads in North Andros should begin early next month. Gray made the announcement following the orientation for the first group of Bahamas Agr...
 
 
Water and Sewerage Corp. supporting young engineers
The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) is helping to make the dreams of a young Bahamian engineer come true by awarding him a scholarship valued at over $16,000 to continue his studies in the United States. Joshua Darville was the recipient of thi...
 
 
No commitment Wells will speak
Prime Minister Perry Christie has no commitment from Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works Renward Wells that he will address the letter of intent (LOI) controversy, The Nassau Guardian understands. Christie told reporters on Thursday nig...
 
 
Shooting leaves one man dead, three injured
A shooting in eastern New Providence on Saturday night left one man dead and three others in serious condition in the hospital, police said. A woman and three men were sitting outside a business at Grace Terrace, off Bernard Road, when they were sho...
 
 
Man dies in police custody
A man in his late 40s died in police custody on Saturday, police reported yesterday. The investigation into the man’s death has been turned over to Coroner Jeanine Weech-Gomez, police said. Police offered limited details on the matter. However, T...
 
 
Smith says PM should address LOI matter urgently
Former Cabinet Minister George Smith said Prime Minister Perry Christie will be judged by voters based on the decision he makes on the controversial letter of intent (LOI) that Parliamentary Secretary Renward Wells signed with a waste-to-energy compa...
 
 
Bethel disappointed by Flowers’ comments
Pastor Lyall Bethel said yesterday he was disappointed by recent comments made by FML Group of Companies CEO Craig Flowers who said church leaders’ criticisms of the government were far-fetched. Bethel and Pastor Andrew Stewart have criticized the...
 
 
Critical Care Block to be commissioned on January 8
After months of delays, the Critical Care Block will be commissioned on January 8, Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Director Herbert Brown confirmed yesterday. The facility, located at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), recently obtained a $35 millio...
 
 
‘PM wants apology but can’t give one’
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Darron Cash said yesterday Prime Minister Perry Christie has once again displayed he is only concerned about protecting his “reputation and legacy” and does not care about Bahamians. Cash pointed out...
 
 
Minnis: Wells has no obligation to address nation on LOI
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that while Prime Minister Perry Christie has an obligation to address the nation on the matter of the signing of a controversial letter of intent (LOI) by Parliamentary Secretary in...
 
 
Man convicted of killing girlfriend
A 29-year-old man who stabbed and almost cut off his girlfriend’s head was convicted of murder on Friday. Gibson Raphael of Charles Vincent Street was found guilty of killing Kidley St. Brave in July 2012 in his rented room. Raphael showed no emo...
 
 
27 percent increase in gun-related murders
The percentage of killings involving guns has increased by 27 percent over the last eight and a half years, The Nassau Guardian can confirm. In a recent interview with The Nassau Guardian, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said 83 ...
 
 
Man, 21, charged in relation to Montell Heights shootings
Police have charged a 21-year-old man with attempted murder in connection with a double shooting in Montell Heights earlier this week. Prince Farrington, of Tall Pines, is accused of the attempted murders of Desherd Bethel and Drenda Williams on Sep...
 
 
PLP demands public apology from Rollins
The Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) National General Council (NGC) yesterday demanded a public apology in the House of Assembly from Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins as part of his atonement for publically attacking Prime Minister Perry Christ...
 
 
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