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Gray under police probe
MICAL MP V. Alfred Gray has been relieved of his duty as minister for local government pending a police investigation into the allegation that he interfered in a judicial matter, Prime Minister Perry Christie announced yesterday. However, Gray, who ...
 
 
House in turmoil
The House of Assembly came to a dramatic and abrupt halt yesterday afternoon when members of the governing party banged loudly on their tables in a bid to block Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis from making a communication regarding the allegation ...
 
 
‘I asked Gray to help my son get bail’
The mother of the young man at the center of the firestorm that has triggered a police probe into the recent actions of Cabinet minister V. Alfred Gray said yesterday she called Gray last Thursday asking him to assist her son get bail. Natasha Charl...
 
 
Prosecution ‘likely’ to follow judicial interference probe
It is “highly likely” that the investigation into the allegation of judicial interference against MICAL MP Alfred Gray will result in a criminal charge, Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday. Gomez made that statement i...
 
 
More blackouts
More than a week after a fire at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) Blue Hills Power Station triggered a “catastrophic failure” of its generators, BEC said yesterday “challenges on its generation network” yesterday led to power out...
 
 
Contractor rejects Baha Mar’s criticism
Baha Mar’s move to publicly blame the contractor of the $3.5 billion project in western New Providence for the delay in its opening has been called “wholly inappropriate” by the contractor’s local company. “CCA and its related companies ha...
 
 
Nominee for U.S. ambassador addressing migration issue
President Barack Obama’s nominee for United States (U.S.) Ambassador to The Bahamas, Cassandra Q. Butts, said yesterday that one of her priorities would be to ensure Bahamian officials are following international best practices in how they are deal...
 
 
Man acquitted of body armor possession
A man accused of having body armor was acquitted Tuesday after a judge accepted no case submissions. Dino Bethel, who is also known as Deon Bethel, was tried on three counts of possession of body armor. According to the prosecution, in 2012 office...
 
 
Officer denies manipulating suspect’s responses in interview
A policeman yesterday denied that he manipulated the answers given by a man accused of abetment to murder. Sergeant 2586 Jamal Evans was testifying in the trial of Kervin Neely, who is accused of abetting the stabbing death of 17-year-old Enrico Maj...
 
 
DPM robbery suspect denied bail
A judge on Wednesday denied a bail application made by a suspect in the home invasion and armed robbery at the deputy prime minister’s residence in December 2013. Justice Vera Watkins refused bail for Tyrone Knowles based on the strength of the pr...
 
 
Administrator contradicts Gray
Mayaguana Island Administrator Zephaniah Newbold confirmed to The Nassau Guardian yesterday that he released a convict outright, and not on bail “after an order came forth”. On Friday, MICAL MP V. Alfred Gray told The Nassau Guardian that it was...
 
 
Baha Mar delayed
Baha Mar will not open on Friday as planned, resort officials revealed last night. The property will open in May, according to a statement. Baha Mar said despite repeated assurances from the contractor that the resort would be able to open on Frida...
 
 
Murder in Old Fort Bay
Australian podiatrist Dr. Phillip Vasyli was found stabbed to death in his upscale Old Fort Bay home yesterday morning, police said. A worker discovered his body on the dining room floor around 8 a.m. but police believe he was killed on Monday night...
 
 
Munroe claims Cubans gave conflicting reports at hearing
The testimony of a former Cuban detainee yesterday did not line up with the testimonies of two other Cuban men who previously gave their accounts of what transpired at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre in 2013 when a group of migrants was allegedl...
 
 
Bail decision today in DPM armed robbery case
One of the men accused of the home-invasion and armed robbery at the deputy prime minister’s residence will learn today whether he will be freed pending his trial. Tyrone Knowles, the second suspect in the December 9, 2013 armed robbery to seek ba...
 
 
Smith ‘baffled’ by Bell’s Senate comments
Police Staff Association (PSA) Executive Chairman Dwight Smith said yesterday he was baffled by comments National Security Minister Keith Bell made in the Senate on Monday. Bell blasted the PSA and the Bahamas Prison Officers Association (BPOA), cla...
 
 
Fewer than 100 accept BTC VSEPs
Fewer than 100 employees of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) accepted voluntary separation packages (VSEP), Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union (BCPOU) President Bernard Evans said yesterday. BTC is reportedly seeking to cut...
 
 
June referendum ‘unlikely’
Constitutional Commission Chairman Sean McWeeney said yesterday it is “increasingly unlikely” that the government will hold a constitutional referendum in June. In a recent interview, Prime Minister Perry Christie was hesitant about giving a dat...
 
 
Appeal court reserves decision on preemptory challenges
The Court of Appeal on Tuesday reserved its decision on whether the reduction of jury challenges without cause has violated a murder suspect’s right to a fair trial. Attorney Murrio Ducille yesterday argued that Valentino Yustare, who is accused o...
 
 
National Youth Choir starts season on high note following law firm’s donation
The Bahamas National Youth Choir is singing a different tune following a donation from a local law firm. Sharon Wilson & Co. on Monday donated $5,000 to the choir. The firm has been a platinum sponsor for the last five years and has, to date, d...
 
 
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