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PM: Baha Mar to hire thousands
With Hong Kong conglomerate Chow Tai Fook Enterprises (CTFE) pegged to purchase Baha Mar, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday announced the “imminent hiring” of 1,500 employees in the New Year to coincide with the mega resort’s phased openi...
 
 
Henfield says strike remark taken out of context
Within 24-hours of Our Carmichael founder and “We March Bahamas” organizer Ranard Henfield demanding that Prime Minister Perry Christie address 40 national issues on behalf of the Bahamian people within a week or the organizers would “initiate ...
 
 
Neymour: Bahamas in energy crisis
Amid a new round of rolling power outages this week in the aftermath of a “complete shutdown” of Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) systems on New Providence, former Minister of State for the Environment Phenton Neymour charged that power company ...
 
 
Man denies robbing Sports Centre employee
A man denied playing a part in the armed robbery of a sporting goods store when he appeared before a Supreme Court judge. Prosecutors allege that Chino Millord, 25, robbed an employee at the Sports Centre of $18,910.39 on August 13. Millord entered...
 
 
VBI not ready in murder case
Two men accused of a conspiracy to commit murder charge are still waiting to have their case transferred to the Supreme Court. Daran Neely, 28, and Jahmaro Edgecombe, 21, appeared before Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes yesterday to receive the...
 
 
Group warns of nat’l strike
Organizers of “We March Bahamas” yesterday outlined 40 demands for Prime Minister Perry Christie to “immediately effect” for and on behalf of the Bahamian people and said if the prime minister does not make a national address before next Thur...
 
 
Man shot, dies
The murder spree in New Providence continued last night. Police reported around 10 p.m. that a man who was shot on Toote Shop Corner, off East Street, died. Police did not provide details on this latest shooting. It came one night after a family of...
 
 
‘Woman had escaped death’
The woman who was shot dead in front of her Chippingham home on Wednesday night had “escaped death” over a week ago, according to a neighbor, who spoke yesterday. Five people — all related — were shot on Poitier Avenue. The injured included...
 
 
Wisdom defends work amid criticisms
Amidst widespread criticisms on social media over the quality of Christmas decorations on Arawak Cay and in Downtown Nassau, former Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Neville Wisdom, owner of Florarama, who won the bid for the contract, said yeste...
 
 
HIV numbers down; officials continue to stress prevention
The Bahamas recorded approximately 220 new HIV/AIDS cases in 2015, a 56 percent reduction since the year 2000, according to National HIV/AIDS Programme Director and Infectious Disease Consultant at Princess Margaret Hospital Dr. Nikkiah Forbes. Forb...
 
 
Smith: PLP brand intact
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Cabinet Minister George Smith said yesterday although the PLP has faced “great challenges” and made several mistakes over the last four years, the party has managed to keep its brand intact. “[The party] ...
 
 
Bacon wants Jones jailed for alleged contempt of court
Billionaire hedge fund manager Louis Bacon wants media boss Wendell Jones jailed for alleged contempt of court for publishing defamatory articles about Bacon in contravention of a 2012 court order. Jones appeared before Justice Rhonda Bain yesterday...
 
 
Lawyers ask court to acquit brothers of rape
Lawyers defending three brothers accused of raping a woman to whom they had offered a ride urged a Supreme Court to acquit them yesterday. Artel Bethune, Ventoi Bethune and Terevis Rolle are on trial in connection with the alleged April 16, 2012 inc...
 
 
Excavation begins of purported Lucayan remains in Long Island
A multi-sectoral team of researchers and scientists has begun the tedious work of excavating ancient remains buried in the sand dunes of Clarence Town, Long Island. The remains are believed to be those of Lucayans who inhabited the islands between 60...
 
 
Illegal gaming concerns
Two years after having their once illegitimate industry legalized amid great controversy, web shop operators gathered as a body in a meeting with the Gaming Board and Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe yesterday to receive their government-granted l...
 
 
Another BPL meltdown
A “major underground cable fault” caused a complete meltdown of Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) operations on Tuesday night, resulting in an island-wide blackout that impacted residents and businesses throughout much of yesterday. New Providen...
 
 
Roberts says he wrote Major over comments
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said on Tuesday he has sent Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major a letter pertaining to Major’s recent declaration that the PLP’s brand is damaged, but Roberts did not reveal t...
 
 
Fatal police shooting in Nassau Village
Police shot and killed a man shortly after 1 p.m. yesterday while conducting a major operation in Nassau Village. The man killed was among a group of men wanted for questioning in connection with a series of crimes, including murder, rape and armed ...
 
 
Rodgers defends PHA on hiring of foreign eye doctors
Consulting Opthalmologist at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) Dr. John Rodgers yesterday defended Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Managing Director Herbert Brown’s decision to appoint two foreign opthalmologists to the hospital’s eye department,...
 
 
Mother of alleged rape victim has outburst in court
The mother of a young woman who was allegedly raped by three brothers disrupted court proceedings yesterday during the testimony of one of the defendants. Artel Bethune told the nine-member jury that the woman agreed to have sex with him. The mothe...
 
 
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