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Wilson to appeal suspension
Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson said yesterday she is confident her suspension as president for alleged “procedural violations” will be short. The union’s executive committee suspended Wilson on Thursday for six months...
 
 
Man shot dead off Kemp Road
A man was shot dead off Kemp Road yesterday, police said. The killing brought the murder count up to 117 for the year. While the motive is unknown, police said around 6:45 a.m., the man, 19, was on Carib Road when a Honda drove alongside him. Two ...
 
 
Nottage pushes back on Miller death penalty stance
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage has chastised Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller over his comments that politicians who do not wish to enforce the death penalty in the country should “stay the hell out of Parliament”. “That is not a...
 
 
Man accused of Mackey’s murder denied bail
A judge on Friday refused bail for Kelvin Deveaux, one of the suspects in the shooting death of the prime minister’s press secretary Latore Mackey in August. Justice Bernard Turner heard the 18-year-old’s bail application. Mackey, the deputy di...
 
 
Retired police officers to challenge pension benefits
Retired subordinate police officers were on Thursday granted permission to appeal a decision to deny them the gratuities that senior officers receive. Raymond Rolle, who represents the officers, said that Justice Indra Charles approved an applicatio...
 
 
Jury hears of alleged confession in Cat Is. murder
Jurors yesterday got details about Fortis Moncur’s last moments when the investigating officer read a purported confession into evidence. During his testimony, Sergeant 1908 Keith Rolle said that Jason Glinton admitted to killing Moncur, who had a...
 
 
PM: Next election will be about crime
Prime Minister Perry Christie said he will be judged by how his administration deals with crime when the country heads into the next general election. Christie, who spoke to reporters on Wednesday, predicted that the country is on the brink of econo...
 
 
Haitians plan protest of Bahamas in Florida
The government last night warned Bahamians traveling to Miami to be aware of planned protests of the country’s new immigration policy by Haitians and people of Haitian descent near the Bahamas Consulate and two other locations. In a statement, the...
 
 
Immigration director:  Woman induced her own labor
Immigration Director William Pratt said an illegal Haitian woman who gave birth on the floor of the Carmichael Road Detention Centre last month, may have forced her labor to prevent repatriation. Pratt said immigration officers carried the woman, Ma...
 
 
Belinda Wilson sidelined as BUT president
The executive committee of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) has suspended President Belinda Wilson for six months for two undisclosed alleged “violations”, the union revealed yesterday. In a statement, the committee also said that Treasurer...
 
 
DPM home invasion suspect gets bail
A judge yesterday approved the pretrial release of one of the suspects in last year’s home invasion at Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis’ residence. Justice Vera Watkins set bail at $9,500 for Marc McCartney, who is accused of robbing Dav...
 
 
Ambassador to raise issue of Cubans at HMP
Cuban Ambassador to The Bahamas Ernesto Soberon Guzman said yesterday that he will speak to Bahamian officials about the two Cuban men imprisoned for 16 months in The Bahamas without being charged. When contacted on Wednesday, Guzman declined to com...
 
 
Report: The Bahamas is 11th most homicidal country in the world
The Bahamas’ murder rate is among the top 15 in the world, according to the United Nations (UN) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) 2014 Global Status Report on Violence Prevention. Based on the data compiled in the report, The Bahamas has the...
 
 
Butler-Turner calls for closure of NIA
The government should shut down any activities carried out by the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) until it brings legislation to regulate the agency, Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner said yesterday. In a statement, she blasted Minister of Nat...
 
 
Woman allegedly raped off Prince Charles Drive
Police are looking for a man who reportedly sexually assaulted a woman on Wednesday afternoon. While details are limited, police said the victim was walking along a dirt road off Prince Charles Drive around 3 p.m. when she was accosted. The man the...
 
 
Cable Bahamas suspends spokesperson
Cable Bahamas yesterday announced that it suspended its relationship with one of its advertising contractors pending the result of a police investigation. The move came in response to nude photos and a video of a female circulating on social media. ...
 
 
Family searching for missing teen
Authorities were yesterday searching for 17-year-old Darvonya Major who was reported as missing this week, according to police. Major, a resident of Bradley Street, off McKinney Drive, Carmichael Road, was reported missing by her family on Tuesday. ...
 
 
Grand Bahama Shipyard’s food drive a growing success
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give,” said Winston Churchill. And in this vein the management of the Grand Bahama Shipyard are truly proud of their apprentices who are learning the meaning o...
 
 
Ingraham hits at Pinder’s exit
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday slammed Prime Minister Perry Christie for defending Ryan Pinder’s decision to resign as minister of financial services, and said the chain of events surrounding the matter is simply “unbelievable”...
 
 
Dead man’s nephew IDs head
The nephew of Fortis Moncur broke down in tears when shown a photograph of a partially decomposed head yesterday. Deangelo Moncur was called as a witness in the trial of Jason Glinton, who is accused of murdering Moncur in October 2012 at Devil’s ...
 
 
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