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Two held over baby’s death
Police said last night they had two men in custody in relation to the death of a four-month-old boy, who burned to death as fire ravaged a two-bedroom house in Elizabeth Estates on Tuesday night. While the cause of the fire was not determined, polic...
 
 
‘No fears on same-sex marriages’
Amid widespread concern that one of the constitutional amendment bills would lead to same-sex marriages in The Bahamas, retired Archbishop Drexel Gomez said yesterday such alarm is unwarranted. Bill number four would make it unconstitutional to disc...
 
 
Man dies in hospital after shooting
A 29-year-old man who was shot on Quakoo Street on Saturday afternoon died in hospital yesterday morning, police said. The victim, a resident of Peter Street, had just left a relative’s funeral when he was shot in the upper body, police said. The...
 
 
More criticisms for PM over lack of action in Wells matter
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Darron Cash yesterday blasted Prime Minister Perry Christie over the lack of action regarding the fate of Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells as parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Works, charging that Christie i...
 
 
Six unions file trade disputes with Dept. of Labour, take strike votes
The Ministry of Labour said yesterday that six unions have filed trade disputes with the Department of Labour. In a statement, the ministry said the unions have taken strike votes on disputes filed. “The ministry reminds all concerned persons tha...
 
 
Pratt: Stop politicizing crime
While acknowledging that both the Free National Movement (FNM) and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) are guilty of politicizing crime, former National Security Minister Cynthia “Mother” Pratt yesterday asserted that the FNM is guilty of throwin...
 
 
Empty Bowls Bahamas hosts 1st annual service of thanksgiving
Members, volunteers, benefactors of Empty Bowls Bahamas (EBB) and representatives of various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) were welcomed by Rev. Richard A. Wood on Friday, August 15 at the Holy Cross Anglican Church on Soldier Road, as EBB pa...
 
 
Bahamas National Trust calling for all hands on deck
Managing 27 national parks, establishing new parks and educating Bahamians both young and not-so-young on the Bahamian environment is a big responsibility that comes with an expensive price tag. The non-governmental organization responsible for this...
 
 
Murders up 15%
The killing of Bahamas Information Services (BIS) Deputy Director Latore Mackey on Monday pushed the country’s murder count for 2014 up to 83, police confirmed to The Nassau Guardian yesterday – a figure representing a 15 percent increase in murd...
 
 
FNM deputy suggests PM lost on crime
Deputy Leader of the Free National Movement Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday charged that Prime Minister Perry Christie is “in over his head” when it comes to fighting crime and suggested that the government take “drastic measures” to reduce t...
 
 
Mitchell reminds why young MPs were recruited
Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell said the new generation of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MPs was not recruited to hold hands with the forces who want to “drive us back into the era of intolerance, ignorance and prejudice”. “I told our...
 
 
BEC unions demand transparency from PM on sale
The presidents of the unions at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) have decried the lack of transparency involved in the current reform process at the corporation. In a letter to Prime Minister Perry Christie, Bahamas Electrical Utility Manag...
 
 
Gaming Board employees demonstrate
More than two dozen employees demonstrated in front of the Gaming Board yesterday demanding the government pay them a performance-based lump sum payment they claimed was due since last year. President of the Bahamas Public Service Union John Pinder ...
 
 
Chipman ‘surprised’ Americans have not answered spy claims
Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs Hubert Chipman said yesterday the time has long passed for The Bahamas to receive a response from the American government over the allegations that the National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States was recordi...
 
 
Wells awaits word on his fate
Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works Renward Wells said he is waiting to learn his fate following the completion of an investigation into the controversial letter of intent (LOI) that he signed with Stellar to Waste Energy last month. De...
 
 
DNA says Christie administration failing on crime front
Nearly two-and-a-half years after the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) won the general election with promises of having the answer to key issues such as crime, Prime Minister Perry Christie’s statement that the government has to go “back to the dr...
 
 
NEMA: Islands not impacted by Tropical Storm Cristobal
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has confirmed that the islands in the projected path of Tropical Storm Cristobal fared well during the passage of that fourth named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season. On Monday, August 25, ...
 
 
Grand Bahama Shipyard training young Bahamians in ship repair
GRAND BAHAMA – After participating in the Shipyard Apprenticeship Program – a four-year academic and on-the-job training course designed to prepare apprentices for a career in ship repair, Theo Pelecanos will be heading to Florida International U...
 
 
Interns gain knowledge at Bahamas Waste
Hosting numerous school tours about recycling and waste management, Bahamas Waste is known for educating Bahamian youth about the wonderful world of waste, and the company’s internship program is no different. There are currently two students inte...
 
 
PM’s press secretary murdered
Police were last night still trying to piece together the circumstances that led to the murder of Latore Mackey, the Bahamas Information Services (BIS) deputy director and Prime Minister Perry Christie’s press secretary, who was found shot dead o...
 
 
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