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Minnis: Crime address insulting
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday branded Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage’s nationally televised address on crime as insulting as well as “inconsiderate, lacking depth and eons too late”. Nottage made the address ...
 
 
Erika weakens as storm moves west
As Tropical Storm Erika draws nearer to The Bahamas, Bahamian officials said yesterday the storm was weakening as it passes over Hispaniola and could make landfall in the archipelago as a tropical depression or wave. However, residents were warned t...
 
 
Man sentenced to three years for drug stash
A magistrate yesterday told a landscaper whom he sentenced to three years in prison after the man pleaded guilty to possession of nearly 600 pounds of marijuana, he “ought not to be collecting the wrong type of grass”. Kent Knowles, 41, his sist...
 
 
Parliamentary commissioner won’t challenge declarations
Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall noted yesterday the role of the Parliamentary Registration Department is not to challenge or question declarations made by candidates running in elections, but to hold them as evidence. “[The role of the dep...
 
 
GBHRA warns immigration minister
The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) yesterday warned the Christie administration that it is being monitored by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), following recent statements from Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchel...
 
 
BUSAWU signs new industrial agreement
The Bahamas Utility Service and Allied Workers Union (BUSAWU) yesterday signed a new industrial agreement with the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) that allowed for several new increases for employees. “While the financial package is not exact...
 
 
New crime warnings
The British and Canadian governments yesterday raised concerns about the safety of their citizens in The Bahamas. On each country’s website, travelers are warned that crime in The Bahamas is on the rise. The Canadian website warns travelers to ex...
 
 
Little new presented in crime address
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said last night the government intends to bring a Parental Responsibility Bill that would compel parents with minors to either be effective parents or face criminal prosecution. Nottage made the anno...
 
 
Erika wreaks havoc as it takes aim at Bahamas
As Tropical Storm Erika pounded the Caribbean island of Dominica yesterday, Bahamian officials cautioned residents to take the threat seriously and warned that even though the system remained disorganized, it has the potential to wreak havoc. Packin...
 
 
Public schools opening delayed to Sept. 7
Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald announced yesterday the opening of all public schools will be delayed from August 31 to September 7 due to the threat of Tropical Storm Erika and the fact that school repairs are ongoing. “Unfortunately, there ...
 
 
Butler-Turner: Govt compromising emergency services on Long Island
Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday accused the government of “rank cronyism, victimization and poor governance” after she claimed the government changed the existing gas contract on Long Island. Butler-Turner claimed that because the...
 
 
Pintard claims govt must repair relationship with church
Pointing to the murder count being on pace to exceed the record of 127 in 2011, Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard said the government must repair its relationships with stakeholders in the crime fight, including the church, if its...
 
 
Elderly couple arrested after drug bust
A 75-year-old man and his 71-year-old wife were arrested on Wednesday night in connection with a $580,000 drug bust at their eastern New Providence home, Chief Superintendent Samuel Butler said yesterday. Butler, who heads the Drug Enforcement Unit ...
 
 
Mitchell renews pledge to tackle challenges at Passport Office
Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell said yesterday the Passport Office continues to experience problems in its efforts to process the 6,500 backlogged applications. “There has been some movement on seeking to dent that backlog, but it has no...
 
 
Citi and Rotary partner for back-to-school jamboree
Citi Bahamas was pleased to be the event sponsor for the Rotary Club of West Nassau’s Back-to-School Jamboree, for the community of Gambier Village, this past Saturday, August 22, 2015. Through this initiative, both organizations together helped ap...
 
 
Third Annual Potcakeman Triathlon gets a boost from PowerAde
On September 5th, BAARK! (Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and Kindness) will host its third triathlon on Jaws Beach. This year, for the second time, Caribbean Bottling Company, the local distributors of Coca-Cola products, will be the event’s ti...
 
 
Schools to open September 7th
The Ministry of Education has pushed back the opening of all government schools to Monday September 7. The announcement made a short while ago by Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald told members of the media the opening is being pus...
 
 
‘No island will be spared’
No island in The Bahamas will be spared the wrath of Tropical Storm Erika, meteorologist Michael Stubbs warned yesterday. Stubbs said the system is expected to take a similar path as Hurricane Jeanne, which devastated parts of The Bahamas in 2004. ...
 
 
Minnis says Christie govt unfit to govern
The Christie administration is “unfit to govern” due to “institutional weaknesses” under Prime Minister Perry Christie, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis charged yesterday. Minnis said it has become evident that Christie ...
 
 
Gomez: Bring on lawsuits
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday he would welcome legal action from Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis and Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner “if they have the courage to pursue” it. On Sunday, Gomez said he wil...
 
 
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