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Baha Mar restarts construction
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday announced construction on the stalled Baha Mar project has restarted, while also indicating a March 2017 date for the opening of the casino, the casino hotel, the convention center and the golf course in phases...
 
 
Reports: Chipman out in St. Anne’s
Multiple high-level sources within the Official Opposition have confirmed to The Nassau Guardian that St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman is unlikely to be given the nod to run on the party’s ticket for St. Anne’s in the next general election, citing ...
 
 
Christie speaks of ‘incredible pain’ song brought his family
The Christies opted to turn the other cheek after they met the writer of an expletive-filled song about the prime minister and his family that was widely circulated on social media last month. As he gave a detailed description of the family’s face...
 
 
Illegal Peruvian charged with murder, attempted murder
The suspect charged with murder and attempted murder at Club Tropicana earlier this month was in the country illegally. Jesus Eduardo Ramos, 28, a citizen of Peru, came to The Bahamas on vacation and decided to stay. Ramos made these revelations ye...
 
 
Fewer than 55,000 registered to vote
With about eight months left before the 2017 general election should be called, fewer than 32 percent of expected eligible voters have registered, Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall confirmed yesterday. According to Hall, that represents fewer ...
 
 
PM: We have to take responsibility for PMH AC failure
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday suggested that the government must take responsibility for the operating rooms in Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) that are without air conditioning, after he revealed that “powerful surges” knocked out com...
 
 
Minnis: FNM not celebrating poll
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said while he will not celebrate a recent Public Domain survey that shows respondents scored him higher than any other leader in the country, Minnis asserted that the poll reflects the electorate’s desire for a...
 
 
Road Traffic denies new licensing fees
Road Traffic Controller Ross Smith yesterday shot down reports that the government intended to raise fees for vehicle licensing and registration, and that vehicle owners who already had license plates would have them replaced with a new one being for...
 
 
Post office walkout again, this time over broken AC
Less than two weeks after experiencing a flood at the main post office building on East Hill Street, employees gathered outside the dilapidated structure Monday morning while servicemen repaired the broken air conditioning system. “Everyday there...
 
 
PM: PMH renovations won’t jeopardize people’s health
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ criticism of the government’s plan to renovate the maternity ward at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) was a political attack, according to Prime Minister Perry Christie. Despite concerns tha...
 
 
Corrections officer and brother charged with drug possession
A corrections officer will still stand trial for illegal drug possession, although his brother claimed the drugs belonged to him. Ashton Bullard, 30, of Elizabeth Estates, was arrested on September 23 when he reported for duty at the Bahamas Departm...
 
 
AML donates over 1000 books to the Grand Bahama community
Residents of the Grand Bahama Children’s Home along with hundreds of local primary school students on the island recently received a generous back-to-school giveaway from AML Foods Ltd. The parent company of Solomon’s Lucaya, Solomon’s Queen’...
 
 
Bayshore Marina selected as Bahamas distributor by Textron
Textron Specialized Vehicles Inc. has announced the appointment of Bayshore Marina Limited as its first local distributor for The Bahamas, representing E-Z-GO personal-transportation vehicles and Cushman commercial utility vehicles. The company’s s...
 
 
PMH on ‘its knees’
After two weeks, several of Princess Margaret Hospital’s (PMH) operating rooms are still without air conditioning, leading to a situation that some hospital staff described as “bringing the facility to its knees”. Although officials were tight...
 
 
Suspected suicide on Canaan Lane
Police are investigating an apparent suicide that took place on Canaan Lane off of Shirley Street on Sunday morning. Just hours after what reportedly appeared to be a normal night of bonding with his brother, 65-year-old Sentile Joseph was found han...
 
 
Delores Ingraham stable, still in hospital
After being admitted to hospital last Wednesday with a high fever, Dolores Ingraham, wife of former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, was said to be in stable condition and in “good spirits” yesterday, though she remains under care. Free National ...
 
 
Miller skeptical about PLP win
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday that numerous people, especially young people in his constituency, are calling for change, something he said is reminiscent of the lead-up to the 2012 general election when the Ingraham administration was vo...
 
 
Corrections officer arrested for marijuana possession
An officer from the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services was arrested for possession of dangerous drugs on Friday. According to reports, shortly after 10:00 p.m., officers from the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services conducted a routi...
 
 
Minnis: Delay PMH renovations
Concerns have risen among doctors at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) about the negative impact expected renovations could have on the quality of patient care, according to Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis. During an interview w...
 
 
Khandi Gibson: FOAM never left
Founder of Family of All Murder Victims (FOAM) Khandi Gibson said despite a year of silence, the support group for the survivors of homicide victims has never left the side of Bahamians in need. Since 2012, FOAM has been consoling and counseling tho...
 
 
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