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Haitian Embassy condemns threat
The Haitian Embassy yesterday condemned the threat made last week by a shantytown resident, who signaled there could be violence against Bahamians. “The Embassy of Haiti has learned with dismay the inflammatory comments made by a Bahamian national...
 
 
More than 100 Haitian migrants picked up
An American sailing vessel carrying more than 100 Haitian migrants was intercepted in Bahamian waters yesterday morning, officials confirmed. According to Royal Bahamas Defence Force Sub Lieutenant Delvonne Duncombe, one of the migrants was found de...
 
 
PHA board accepts audits
The board of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) yesterday formally accepted four audits that examine the affairs of the PHA. This came at a special called meeting of the board amid widespread reporting on the matters relating to the authority. By...
 
 
Latest murder victims 20 and 21
The man who was murdered on Hospital Lane on Monday night was yesterday identified as Eric Micheal Martin, 21. Police said he was walking to his house in the area around 8 p.m. when someone in a red sport utility vehicle opened fire, hitting him fiv...
 
 
Union president defends nurses after audit findings
Bahamas Nurses Union President Jannah Khalfani last night refuted allegations that some nurses hoard drugs and supplies on the ward level and disobey the directives of physicians. Those claims are included in a recent forensic accounting report of...
 
 
Bahamas Crisis Centre concerned over rising reports of rape
Although she could not provide statistics, Bahamas Crisis Centre Director Dr. Sandra Dean-Patterson said yesterday that her organization has seen an increase in rape and domestic violence cases over the last year. However, Dean-Patterson explained t...
 
 
Man tried to alter appearance of stolen car, court hears
A man tried to alter the appearance of a car stolen in an armed robbery, prosecutors allege. Prosecutors say that Sheron Thompson robbed Dwight Dean of a 2006 Honda Accord on October 28, 2012 outside his girlfriend’s home. Police recovered the ca...
 
 
Jury discharged in police shooting death case
A coroner’s jury was discharged yesterday shortly after it was chosen to investigate the circumstances regarding the 2010 shooting death of Dudley Jyvonne Collie. Coroner Jeanine Weech-Gomez made the decision after Collie’s father, Dudley Sr., s...
 
 
British Colonial Hilton lends a helping hand to The Salvation Army
In celebration of Hilton Worldwide’s third annual Global Week of Service, October 19–25, more than two dozen volunteers from the British Colonial Hilton rolled up their sleeves and got down to work at The Salvation Army on Mackey Street. The comm...
 
 
Over 150 people visit Primeval Forest for family fun day
During a recent holiday weekend, 155 visitors descended upon Primeval Forest National Park in Nassau for a family fun day to celebrate National Heroes Day. Tucked away in the southwest portion of New Providence, Primeval Forest features dramatic sink...
 
 
Wells would resign if PLP sacks Rollins
Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells said if the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) expels Dr. Andre Rollins from the party for merely speaking his mind, he would go too. Last night, Rollins appeared before the disciplinary committee of the PLP for refusing to...
 
 
Rollins before PLP disciplinary committee
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins appeared for the first time before the disciplinary committee of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) last night with his legal counsel Raynard Rigby, former chairman of the PLP. Both Rigby and Committee Chair Vale...
 
 
Keith Bell warns of spike in rapes
Police believe that a recent spike in rapes may be the work of prolific offenders, according to Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell, who warned residents to be vigilant. Bell said yesterday police were searching for the people respons...
 
 
NHI roll-out ‘could take years’
While the government has said it will implement National Health Insurance in January 2016, Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson suggested yesterday it could take several years to fully implement that plan. Gibson, who has ministeri...
 
 
Two men murdered
Two men were shot dead on New Providence in separate incidents yesterday. In the first instance, a man died in hospital after he was shot off Farrington Road, police said. Superintendent Stephen Dean said shortly before 3 p.m. a man shot the victim...
 
 
Neymour claims govt wasting money on Clifton oil leak investigation
Former Minister of State for the Environment Phenton Neymour yesterday suggested that the government is wasting money on the international consultants who were brought in to determine the parties responsible for the latest oil spill in waters in Sout...
 
 
$1 mil. drug bust
Police seized over $1 million worth of marijuana in waters off south New Providence early yesterday. According to police, officers traveled a mile offshore and intercepted a 32-foot boat around 1 a.m. Onboard, police found over 1,000 pounds of mari...
 
 
Man gets five years for raping six-year-old girl
A judge yesterday ordered psychological testing and treatment for a man with a history of sexual assaults on children. Justice Carolita Bethell yesterday sentenced Kendrick Rolle, 37, to five years’ imprisonment for having sex with a six-year-ol...
 
 
McCartney murder suspect denied bail
Justice Bernard Turner on Monday denied bail for Lyndera Curry, one of the people accused of the murder of pharmacist Richard Kurt McCartney. Curry, 21, of Plantol Street, is charged along with Sumya Ingraham, 26, also of Plantol Street; Thorne Edwa...
 
 
The impact of colon cancer in The Bahamas
Colon cancer is the fourth most common cause of death from cancer worldwide. In The Bahamas, colon cancer is the third most common malignancy in both males and females. It represents a significant cause of morbidity and mortality, and is an important...
 
 
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