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Sands sends pinkeye warning
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday encouraged Bahamians to take the health advisory concerning a reported increase of conjunctivitis cases seriously, noting that his ministry remains watchful of the spread of the bacterial infection, partic...
 
 
Gray ‘not surprised’ govt still funding BAMSI
Former Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister V. Alfred Gray said although the Free National Movement (FNM) gave the impression that it would put an end to the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) if it was elected to govern du...
 
 
Jury seated in Facebook rape trial
A jury was seated yesterday in the trial of alleged sexual predator Jamal Daniels, who is accused of raping a girl he met on Facebook. According to the prosecution’s case, Daniels on September 22, 2014, lured the girl to his home on Carmichael Roa...
 
 
First Bahamian Rhodes Scholar Dr. Desiree Cox to be honored by Oxford University
Dr. Desiree Cox is a medical doctor and a doctor of philosophy who will be among six Oxford University alumni whose photographic portraits will hang in the Great Hall/Dining Hall at Pembroke College, Oxford University. These select alumni are persons...
 
 
Women of Ebenezer Union Baptist Church enjoy dramatization ‘Revival’
Helen Keller once said, "Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired and success achieved.” The women of Ebenezer Union Baptist Church in Farmer's ...
 
 
Bethel Brothers Morticians commissions crematorium
The management of Bethel Brothers Morticians has announced the installation and commissioning of a state-of-the-art cremation facility at its funeral home site on Nassau Street. The funeral home, one of the oldest in The Bahamas, established in 1943...
 
 
Tourism ministry pledges heightened water sports industry scrutiny
The Ministry of Tourism and Aviation today pledged to work with industry partners to increase scrutiny of the water sports industry. This pledge came after a Canadian woman alleged that a jet ski operator took her on a ride from Cabbage Beach on M...
 
 
NIA axed
Minister of National Security Marvin Dames announced in the House of Assembly yesterday evening that the new administration has disbanded the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), but left the door open for it operating in the future after legislation ...
 
 
Canadian visitor alleges sexual assault by Jet Ski operator
Authorities yesterday investigated an alleged sexual assault of a Canadian visitor by a Jet Ski operator. According to police, the woman alleged that a jet ski operator took her for a ride from Cabbage Beach around 1:30 p.m. to a cay off Paradise Is...
 
 
Davis outraged over dropping of parliamentary privilege appeal
As the government drops its appeal of a Supreme Court ruling involving former Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday strongly objected in the House of Assembly and demanded the government explain why...
 
 
Man charged with murder of ex-girlfriend
A man who allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend multiple times appeared before a court yesterday charged with murder. Ronald Nottage, 45, of Lee Street, Nassau Village, has been charged with the June 7 murder of Valdrise Bowleg, 55. Neighbors who wer...
 
 
For some, use of outdoor toilets still a way of life
Bernard Green, 67, limps to a neighbor’s house when he needs to relieve himself. In rare emergency cases, he uses a bucket that he keeps in his Centreville home. With no indoor plumbing, Green said he desperately needs help. But he doubts he wil...
 
 
Pinkeye outbreak
The Ministry of Health and the Department of Public Health have advised the public that there has been an increase in conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis, also known as “pinkeye”, involves the inflammation of the eye. It is caused by a bacteria, virus...
 
 
Diplomatic appointees given until July 21 to return home
Bahamian diplomatic staff have been asked to wind down their affairs and return to The Bahamas by July 21, 2017, Minister of Foreign Affairs Darren Henfield said yesterday. Henfield said the government will seek to reduce the number of contract work...
 
 
Forbes: PM must lead
Mangrove Cay and South Andros MP Picewell Forbes said yesterday many people have asked him when will they hear from Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis in an “uncanned and unproduced environment” and insisted that the country has heard more from Dep...
 
 
Some students see no future in The Bahamas
A new government administration hasn’t necessarily engendered a new sense of hope among those studying abroad who believe there are fewer opportunities to be had in The Bahamas than on foreign soil. Brain drain is still a prevalent problem in The ...
 
 
Armed robbery suspected in Whit Monday murder
Police suspect armed robbery was the motive behind the Whit Monday murder of Livingston Rolle at Okra Hill. Ricardo Russell was yesterday formally charged with Rolle’s murder and armed robbery on June 5. According to police, Rolle was shot outsid...
 
 
Moss calls on new govt to articulate clear plan
Former Marco City MP Gregory Moss said yesterday the government should not misunderstand the results of the May 10 general election. Moss said the results represent a rejection of the corruption and incompetence of the Progressive Liberal Party and ...
 
 
Education minister tells GB graduates think globally, get qualified
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd told the 2017 graduating class of public school students in Grand Bahama that The Bahamas critically needs their talents to positively shape and form the future of these islands. “Go ou...
 
 
Pintard: Junior Junkanoo acts as feeder system for senior Junkanoo
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard said the Junior Junkanoo program is very important because it is the cultivation ground and feeder system for senior Junkanoo. He noted it nurtured skills of research, planning, organizing, critic...
 
 
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