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Roberts: PLP council to discuss Rollins’ fate
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins has burned his “goodwill” within the party and added that its National General Council would soon meet to discuss Rollins’ fate. In the past mont...
 
 
Less than a year for web shop regularization, says minister
While one observer has projected that it could be two years before the web shop regularization process is complete, Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe said he expects the process to wrap up in under a year. The Gaming Bill was passed in the House of A...
 
 
Miller: Man tried to assault BEC employees with cutlass
Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said two female employees of BEC were almost assaulted by a man with a cutlass after they attempted to disconnect an apartment on Wulff Road last week. Miller said the women call...
 
 
Woman hit with over two dozen fraud charges
A woman was charged yesterday with 26 fraud-related offenses. According to court documents, Malissa Connolly, 34, of Sea Breeze, defrauded the Bridge Authority, J.S. Johnson and Company, Mosko’s United Construction Company and DC Technology of ove...
 
 
Murder victim identified
The man who died in hospital on Thursday evening after being shot earlier that day was yesterday identified as 20-year-old Akeem Oliver. Oliver, of Ethel Street, was shot along with another man in Montell Heights. Superintendent Stephen Dean said p...
 
 
U.S. Embassy hosts consular appreciation reception
On Wednesday, September 17, the U.S. Embassy's Consular Section held a reception at Liberty Overlook in appreciation of its key partners who support safe travel and provide services to assist American citizens in The Bahamas. The event served as an o...
 
 
Greenslade defends plan
While being careful not to respond directly to Prime Minister Perry Christie’s comment that the government needs to “go back to the drawing board” with its crime strategies, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday defe...
 
 
Man murdered in Montell Heights
Police said a man died yesterday after he and another man were shot in Montell Heights. Superintendent Stephen Dean said police received information that two men were shot in the area around 5 p.m. He said the men were transported to hospital where...
 
 
Govt ‘trying to avoid arbitration with Baha Mar’
The government may be forced to go into arbitration with Baha Mar over what the Christie administration will pay the resort to cover its portion of the re-routed West Bay Street, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis has suggested. However, Davis...
 
 
Resorts World Bimini opens new port
Resorts World Bimini officials expect to receive a boost in visitors at the property after completing the first phase of its port facility. Prime Minister Perry Christie and a delegation of Cabinet ministers traveled to the island yesterday for the ...
 
 
Baha Mar 85 percent complete
The Baha Mar resort is 85 percent complete, with major work picking up pace, Baha Mar Senior Vice President of Administration and External Affairs Robert “Sandy” Sands said yesterday. “We are going to be working towards previews for December,...
 
 
Court reserves decision in Prince Hepburn case
The Court of Appeal has reserved its decision in the murder case of Prince Hepburn whose lawyer argued that he was out of his mind when he killed his mistress. Hepburn, a contractor, hacked Nellie Mae Brown-Cox to death in a jealous rage between Apr...
 
 
Crown abandons appeal against bail for man accused of murder
The Crown no longer opposes the pre-trial release of an accused murderer as he awaits a retrial. Prosecutor Anishka Hanchell yesterday withdrew an appeal against a judge’s decision to free Jerome Bethel on bail. Bethel was granted $25,000 bail wi...
 
 
Court cuts gun sentence on appeal
The Court of Appeal has slashed a prison sentence given to a man who pleaded guilty to having two 9mm pistols. Christoph Iturriaga, 29, was convicted in March of one count of illegal gun possession and one count of possession of ammunition. He was ...
 
 
BEC faces shutdown
Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday that unless the corporation pays off a $55 million fuel bill by the end of the month, the entire “Bahamas would be without electricity”. “BEC is in a very to...
 
 
Gomez: No case of Ebola in The Bahamas
Minister of Health Dr. Perry Gomez last night denied that there is any case of ebola in The Bahamas and said the suspected patient was actually diagnosed with malaria. He said on Wednesday it was brought to the attention of senior officials of the M...
 
 
Luxury vehicles, ammunition seized
Following a month-long, intelligence-driven operation by police and customs officials, four luxury vehicles, which were reported stolen in the United States, were discovered in two containers entering The Bahamas yesterday morning. Comptroller of Cu...
 
 
134 get bail on serious crimes
One hundred and thirty-four people have been granted bail after being charged with murder, attempted murder, manslaughter or abetment in the last year and eight months, according to newly released bail statistics. However, the figure only accounts f...
 
 
FNM deputy says Minnis showed up at her event uninvited
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis unexpectedly showed up at a private North Abaco event, which was hosted and sponsored by FNM Deputy Leader Loretta Butler-Turner and her supporters as she consulted with party members over whe...
 
 
BEC unions still seeking role in reform process
As the government enters into “financial negotiations” with a shortlist of bidders in the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) restructuring, the presidents of the corporation’s unions have again decried the “lack of transparency” involved...
 
 
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