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PLP delays Free Town nod
Free Town remains the lone seat for which the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has yet to confirm a candidate. Candidates for Central and South Eleuthera, Central Grand Bahama, Long Island, St. Anne’s and St. Barnabas were ratified with great fanfa...
 
 
Mistress’ sentence too light in acid attack, Crown says
Prosecutors are pushing for a stiffer punishment for a jealous mistress who threw acid on her lover, his wife, and the couple’s son. The Crown has appealed against the $8,700 compensation order imposed on D’Nika Mackey when she pleaded guilty to...
 
 
Turnquest: No difficulties with ‘Rebel Seven’
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest said yesterday despite the actions of the seven FNM MPs who had party Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis ousted as leader of the Official Opposition, he has no difficulties with any of them and is open...
 
 
Some UB students disappointed in electoral options
Many students at the University of The Bahamas (UB) thought they would be excited voting for the first time in the upcoming general election, but the choices before them this time around have dimmed their once dreamy ideals about the power vested in ...
 
 
Three charged with possession of ganga cookies, butter
A 61-year-old woman was among three people remanded to prison yesterday in connection with the seizure of ganja cookies and butter earlier this week. Shirley Mae Turnquest, 61, Ivoine St. Ives Turnquest, 37, and Stanley Taylor, 33, all of Turnquest ...
 
 
Two charged with three counts of attempted murder
Police have charged two men who they believe are behind a triple shooting that took place on February 17. Anthony Henfield and Anthony Major, both 20, of Windsor Lane, faced three counts of attempted murder when they appeared before Magistrate Jeani...
 
 
PLPs face off
The fight for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) nomination for Free Town — formerly Montagu — intensified last night as supporters of Senator Frank Smith and attorney Wayne Munroe went head to head in their efforts to convince PLP officials why...
 
 
Infant shot
Four people, including an infant, were shot last night, leaving one man dead, police said. According to reports the shooting took place on Scott Street, Bain Town, shortly after 8 p.m. All four people were taken to hospital, where one man was prono...
 
 
PLP to ratify six
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is expected to complete the ratification of its slate of candidates tonight. Former PLP senator, attorney Cheryl Bazard, is set to be ratified for the new St. Barnabas constituency. Bazard resigned from the Senate...
 
 
No timeline for consultation on ‘Spy Bill’
There is no exact timeline for public consultation on the Interception of Communications Bill (ICB) that was delayed in Parliament on Wednesday, said Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday. Amid widespread criticism and “partisan” up...
 
 
Transforming Spaces Committee finalizing plans for Art Tour
The Transforming Spaces Committee is finalizing plans for this year’s 13th Art Tour scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, April 1 and 2, 2017. The weekend tour will include a morning and afternoon tour on Saturday, and a morning tour on Sunday. Trans...
 
 
Munroe on Free Town
Despite what political observers have characterized as an internal battle in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) over the Free Town constituency between attorney Wayne Munroe and former St. Thomas More MP Frank Smith, Munroe disagrees with how what...
 
 
Minnis: Timing of spy bill no coincidence
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis insisted yesterday that the “desperate” Christie administration’s efforts to introduce the Interception of Communications Bill “under the cover of night” was another effort to seize and ...
 
 
Lawyer awarded $35k for assault at court
A Supreme Court judge yesterday awarded $35,000 in exemplary damages to an attorney who was “humiliated” in court by a personal body search. Attorney Calvin Seymour, a former assistant superintendent of police, filed a civil suit against the com...
 
 
PM: Unemployment breeding crime
A month after declaring that his government created 32,000 jobs over this term, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday suggested unemployment has bred the criminality the country now faces. “We have to recognize that there is a great danger in ou...
 
 
Murder case adjourned
A judge excused a jury hearing the trial of a man accused of the murder of a popular volleyball coach, Devince Smith, for the second consecutive day. Lamar Albury of Chippingham is on trial for Smith’s murder which occurred sometime between Decemb...
 
 
Groups offer to help AG consult on ‘Spy Bill’
More than a dozen civil society and private industry organizations that came together to oppose the Interception of Communications Bill (ICB), yesterday offered to assist Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson and her office after she announced that...
 
 
Record 2,200 turn out for Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss, Anne Frank’s stepsister
When the doors opened at 6 p.m. at Melia Nassau Beach resort on February 9 for an evening with 87-year-old Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss, a crowd of 400 was expected. Twenty-two hundred showed up. “They kept streaming in and streaming in,” said...
 
 
Registration officers removed
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said in the House of Assembly yesterday that the Parliamentary Registration Department has discontinued using several revising officers in the voter registration effort due to consistent complaints fr...
 
 
Butler-Turner ready to join forces with FNM, others
Insisting that the reason the opposition forces cannot unite is because everyone wants to be the leader, Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday suggested that she would be open to working alongside Free National Movement (FNM) Lea...
 
 
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