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Relatives in disbelief over murdered mom
A close family friend of a mother who was shot dead in front of her four-year-old son on Thursday night said yesterday that while the child has acknowledged the killing, some relatives remain in complete denial. According to police, the woman, who h...
 
 
Vasyli’s daughter being questioned by police
The daughter of Australian podiatrist Dr. Phillip Vasyli, who was found stabbed to death in his Old Fort Bay home on Tuesday morning, was taken in for questioning yesterday, The Nassau Guardian understands. Officers escorted her into the Central Det...
 
 
DNA: PM told the Bahamian people to go to hell
Prime Minister Perry Christie told the “Bahamian people and democracy” to go to hell when he said “to hell with them” in reference to the media on Thursday, Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney said. While addressi...
 
 
Serial rapist pleads guilty
A serial rapist on Friday pleaded guilty to five sexual assaults committed during a crime spree. Bradley Ellis, 45, carried out a campaign of terror from October to November 2009 and committed another offense in October 2014. Justice Carolita Bethe...
 
 
Man gets 14 years for sex with 12-yr-old girl
A man who violated a 12-year-old girl on two separate occasions in 2013 was yesterday sentenced to two concurrent seven year sentences Julius Wilson, 46, who was convicted of two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a person under the age of 1...
 
 
Melvin Maycock Sr. denied bail
An alleged drug lord fighting extradition to Florida on drug charges has been denied bail. Senior Justice Stephen Isaacs on Thursday refused bail for Melvin Maycock Sr., the alleged head of the Caribbean arm of a multinational drug trafficking netwo...
 
 
‘PM attempting to deflect from Gray’
Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday Prime Minister Perry Christie’s suggestion that Free National Movement (FNM) ministers failed to “stand down” amid allegations of “major improprieties”, is an effort to deflect from a serio...
 
 
Woman shot dead picking up child
A young mother was shot dead on Prison Lane just before 10 o’clock last night moments after she picked up her four-year-old son, police said. Superintendent Paul Rolle told reporters at the scene that the woman was walking back to her vehicle afte...
 
 
‘Gray allegation gives Bahamas a black eye’
Bahamas Bar Association President Elsworth Johnson said yesterday the allegation that Agriculture Minister V. Alfred Gray interfered in a judicial matter is “embarrassing” and “gives the country a black eye”. Johnson said any interference by...
 
 
Key units in Critical Care Block still closed
Two months after the official opening of the Critical Care Block, several key services have yet to transition from Princess Margret Hospital (PMH) to the new block, PMH Hospital Administrator Mary Walker revealed. Walker told The Nassau Guardian tha...
 
 
Constituents have deep divisions over Gray issue
On a usually quiet island where political scandals are rare, the alleged interference by MICAL MP V. Alfred Gray in a judicial matter last week has polarized Mayaguana residents, while bringing the administration of justice on Family Islands squarely...
 
 
Prison officers assoc. threatens legal action against govt
Bahamas Prison Officers Association (BPOA) President Gregory Archer said yesterday he would take legal action if National Security Minister Keith Bell made good on his “threat” in the Senate on Monday. Bell blasted the Police Staff Association a...
 
 
Study finds high percentage of Bahamians have considered suicide
Twenty-five percent of people living in The Bahamas have considered suicide, according to researchers at ‘The Family: People Helping People’ project. The startling figure is based on data collected from more than 190 group therapy sessions. Dir...
 
 
Police say Phillip Vasyli’s wife ‘assisting with investigation’
Police were yesterday still questioning the wife and “two or three” workers of Australian podiatrist Dr. Phillip Vasyli, who was found stabbed to death in his Old Fort Bay home on Tuesday morning, Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean sai...
 
 
Potter’s Cay to get $3.1 mil facelift
Potter’s Cay Dock will undergo a $3.1 million face lift over the next 16 months, Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin said yesterday. The project, which will mostly be confined to the eastern end of the dock, will be carried out ...
 
 
Murder accused offers alibi
A man accused of murder offered an alibi during his testimony yesterday. Sean Brown, who is also known as Fire, claimed that he was at a friend’s home on Rupert Dean Lane where a gambling game of 21 was being held when he heard gunshots. Brown ha...
 
 
Gape: GBPA ownership families must go, and soon
Outspoken Freeport lawyer Terrence Gape told the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce that he believed the government has come to the conclusion that the St. Georges and the Haywards – the joint owners of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), known i...
 
 
Gray under police probe
MICAL MP V. Alfred Gray has been relieved of his duty as minister for local government pending a police investigation into the allegation that he interfered in a judicial matter, Prime Minister Perry Christie announced yesterday. However, Gray, who ...
 
 
House in turmoil
The House of Assembly came to a dramatic and abrupt halt yesterday afternoon when members of the governing party banged loudly on their tables in a bid to block Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis from making a communication regarding the allegation ...
 
 
‘I asked Gray to help my son get bail’
The mother of the young man at the center of the firestorm that has triggered a police probe into the recent actions of Cabinet minister V. Alfred Gray said yesterday she called Gray last Thursday asking him to assist her son get bail. Natasha Charl...
 
 
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