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Leslie Miller blasts Carnival
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday he has grave reservations about whether Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival is in the best interest of The Bahamas, and said the country should not import any “garbage” to further destroy young people. “I ha...
 
 
Wilson secures injunction to return to work
Even though Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson secured an injunction allowing her to return to work with “immediate effect”, BUT Secretary General John Musgrove said yesterday the fight with Wilson is “far from over”....
 
 
Miller feels ‘vindicated’ on LNG after Perry Christie’s comments
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday that he feels “vindicated” after Prime Minister Perry Christie revealed that the government has renewed interest in liquid natural gas (LNG). Miller said he’s happy that “the PM has seen fit...
 
 
Nightclub shooting suspect turns himself in
One of the men identified as a suspect in the murder of a Royal Bahamas Defence Force marine on Sunday has turned himself in, police reported yesterday. An armed man walked from the street to the entrance of the G-Spot Ultra Lounge on Faith Avenue a...
 
 
Bus drivers up in arms over downtown relocation
More than 30 jitney owners and operators were up in arms yesterday over the government’s decision to relocate a downtown bus stop as of Monday. According to a public notice from the Ministry of Transport and Aviation and the Road Traffic Departmen...
 
 
Sharp increase in privacy breach complaints
The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner recorded a 900 percent increase in the number of complaints it received regarding privacy breaches, including cases involving the sharing of sexually explicit and violent images on social media websites,...
 
 
Sentencing adjourned for man in molestation case
The sentencing for a man convicted of molesting an underage girl and aborting her unborn child has been postponed for a second time. Justice Vera Watkins told the convict, Dwight Bethel, that his lawyer Stanley Rolle had sent in a handwritten note o...
 
 
Man claims he killed in self-defense
A man on trial for murder allegedly told police that he stabbed a man in self-defense. The evidence emerged yesterday during the trial of Keith Wood, 43, who is on trial for the murder of Stephen Williams on April 13, 2013. Williams was stabbed...
 
 
Man gets probation for causing damage
A man who pleaded guilty to causing damage was yesterday placed on probation for 12 months and ordered to make compensation. Jamal Roker, 29, was charged with causing $211 in damage to a window of the home of Gail Forsythe on August 22, 2011. Roker...
 
 
BTC, One Bahamas Committee Plan Unity Walk
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has joined forces with the One Bahamas Committee, both in Grand Bahama and New Providence, for a major “Unity Walk” in late February. Making the announcement Tuesday afternoon a...
 
 
Gomez: Why I almost quit
Central and South Eleuthera MP Damian Gomez suggested yesterday that he only considered resigning from the Cabinet after Prime Minister Perry Christie intimated that he lied about leaking a letter to The Nassau Guardian. However, Gomez said the issu...
 
 
Cop charged in sex tape case seeks bail
A magistrate yesterday re-arraigned a policeman charged with producing child pornography because she inadvertently did not give him the opportunity to choose his court of trial last week. Edmund Lewis Jr., also known as EJ, chose trial in the Magist...
 
 
Teen charged with publishing sex video of teenage entertainer
An unemployed teenager is facing child pornography charges after he allegedly published a sex video of a teenage singer online. Deontra Demeritte, 18, of Jubilee Gardens, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt accused of possessing a...
 
 
Tourism minister says Carnival will be decent
The government will ensure that Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival takes place in decency and order and “not cheapen anyone in our society, particularly our women”, Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe said yesterday. Wilchcombe was asked to respond to th...
 
 
Explosive rise in confiscated ecstasy pills
Pointing to the “explosion” in the number of ecstasy pills that were seized last year, head of the Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU), Chief Superintendent Samuel Butler, attributed the rise to the increased appetite by locals and visitors for the psych...
 
 
Dentists warn of illegal procedures
A trend of rogue dentists performing illegal teeth-whitening and other procedures in health spas and automobile garages has prompted the Bahamas Dental Council to warn residents and those involved in the underground business. The Bahamas Dental Coun...
 
 
Roberts: Christian Council dead wrong on Carnival
Bahamas Christian Council President Dr. Ranford Patterson’s argument that the promotion of “scantily clad” women as a part of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival will encourage “promiscuity, fornication, rape, incest and other sins of the flesh” is ...
 
 
PM confident in RBPF efforts to curb crime
Prime Minister Perry Christie said the government has confidence in the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) and its efforts in combatting crime, but admitted that “all of us must work harder” to stem the levels of criminality in The Bahamas. His c...
 
 
Murder accused asks for protective custody
A man charged with murder yesterday asked to be housed in a different block at the prison than the men who allegedly killed two of his brothers. Deangelo Moss, 23, of Price Street, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt charged with ...
 
 
Scotiabank partners with Bahamas National Trust
Scotiabank has partnered with the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) to host its annual Wine & Art Festival, which is scheduled for this weekend, January 30-31. The festival is a major source of funding for the Bahamas National Trust, one of The Bahama...
 
 
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