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Nygard convicted and fined in contempt case
Fashion tycoon Peter Nygard could spend 14 days in prison if he fails to pay a $50,000 fine for contempt of court by March 21. Justice Rhonda Bain on Tuesday found the 74-year-old guilty of contempt for breaching a 2013 court injunction against ille...
 
 
U.S. warns spring breakers on Jet Ski operators
The U.S. Department of State has warned its citizens traveling to The Bahamas for spring break against using Jet Skis, as “Jet Ski operators continue to commit sexual assaults and other crimes against tourists, including U.S. citizens”. In its t...
 
 
Miller: Conditions at shelter not acceptable
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday the residents of Jubilee Gardens, who have been displaced due to Sunday’s fire at the city dump, cannot live in the conditions the government has provided at Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. Miller ...
 
 
Voter registration over 130,000
More than 130,000 people have registered to vote in the next general election, representing approximately 76 percent of the number of voters who registered in the last general election, according to data from the Parliamentary Registration Department...
 
 
‘We have to stay here’
Karen and Sidney George, 20-year residents of Jubilee Gardens, saved for nearly a decade to afford their home, only to be forced to evacuate on Sunday because of the massive fire that roared across the New Providence Landfill and came dangerously clo...
 
 
Haitians charged in million-dollar drug bust
Seven Haitian men charged in connection with a $1.1 million cocaine seizure made their first appearance before a magistrate yesterday. Alston Raymond, 58; Wilser Lafrance, 42; Bertrand Predestin, 54; Richard Fortiulien, 44; Jeanty Valerice, 28; Roma...
 
 
Sandals Foundation prepares kids for the future
The Sandals Foundation recently hosted a workshop for 145 students on Exuma, to ensure that as many students as possible benefitted from invaluable tips that will help them to pass their Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) examinations. In The Bahamas ...
 
 
UNLIVABLE
A day after a massive fire spread from the nearby city dump and chased them from their homes, Jubilee Gardens residents yesterday returned to find charred backyards and smoked filled houses. Ingrid Forbes, a mother of four, found her home damaged by...
 
 
Minnis: Both govts at fault for fire
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday both the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and the FNM are partly responsible for the massive fire at the New Providence Landfill that began on Sunday afternoon and recurring fires an...
 
 
Govt assessing assistance for residents impacted by fire
In the aftermath of a fire that spread across the New Providence Landfill and on the outskirts of Jubilee Gardens on Sunday, the government will assess the impact on families and their homes in the subdivision and neighboring areas to determine the...
 
 
Govt flays Izmirlian; says its actions saved Baha Mar
The government of The Bahamas yesterday issued a scathing retort to a press release executed by former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian, blaming him for the downfall of his own resort after he entered into Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The go...
 
 
Uncertainty over when residents should return home for good
Officials were unable to say yesterday when residents displaced by a fire emanating from the New Providence Landfill will be given the green light to return to their homes. Several residents yesterday returned to find charred backyards and smoke fil...
 
 
Police warn Jubilee Gardens residents to stay away
Officials have warned residents to follow the evacuation orders that were issued for residents in Jubilee Gardens on Sunday in order to prevent residents experiencing medical complications. Officer in charge of Police Fire Services Superintendent Wa...
 
 
Lightbourn, Rollins appeal boundaries report ruling
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins and Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn yesterday filed an appeal against a Supreme Court judge’s decision to deny their application for judicial review into the constitutionality of the Constituencies Commission’s r...
 
 
George Smith blasts Bradley Roberts over claims in statement
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP George Smith yesterday refuted claims by PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts that he had been the source of a National Review article revealing the party’s predictions for the upcoming election. The PLP’s predi...
 
 
Halkitis: I will win no matter the opponent
Although Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Golden Isles Kenyatta Gibson dropped out of the electoral race last week, current MP Michael Halkitis said it doesn’t really matter who the FNM sends against him. “I am confident I will win,”...
 
 
Man convicted of attempted murder in his absence
A judge yesterday handed down a 35-year sentence on a man in his absence, who was convicted of attempted murder. Whenever police catch Cordero Smith, he will be taken straight to prison to begin serving his time, Justice Cheryl Grant-Thompson ordere...
 
 
Judge lifts sequestration order
A judge yesterday lifted the sequestration order for the jury selected to hear the murder abetment trial of Stephen “Die’ Stubbs and Giovanni Roberts. They allege Stubbs, 37, and Roberts, 30, played a part in the September 15, 2011 shooting de...
 
 
BTC sponsors Jamaican comedy show
As a part of its renewed commitment to the Jamaican community, Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) sponsored a comedy show featuring Keith “Shebada” Ramsey last weekend. The event was filled to capacity with over 1,000 persons attending. Ja...
 
 
One week before residents can hopefully return home
It could be another five to seven days before some residents of Jubilee Gardens can return to their homes, according to Environment and Housing Minister Ken Dorsett. During a press conference at the Office of the Prime Minister moments ago, Dorsett s...
 
 
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