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Barrett gun trial continues
Businessman Edward Barrett Jr. did not have a valid license to operate his home-based courier company, a magistrate heard yesterday. Barrett, 47, is on trial before Magistrate Samuel McKinney for importation and possession of firearms and ammunition...
 
 
1,000 students to get free school supplies
The families of 1,000 students will not have to worry about the hustle and bustle of back-to-school shopping this year. Hundreds of children will head to school this September equipped with all they will need for a successful academic year. And the...
 
 
PM: Baha Mar deal no secret
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday denied there is any secrecy about the government’s agreement with the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) concerning Baha Mar, despite substantive details of the agreement being left to speculation. “There...
 
 
Minnis ups demands for answers on Baha Mar deal
A day after warning that a Free National Movement (FNM) administration would cancel any aspect of the government’s agreement with the Export-Import Bank of China that it deems not to be in the best interest of Bahamians, FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minni...
 
 
Govt: Citizenship grants not a part of Baha Mar deal
With speculation mounting over specifics of the agreement the Christie administration reached with the Export-Import Bank of China on Monday, the government yesterday denied that it has offered any citizenship grants in relation to the deal to get Ba...
 
 
Teen to serve nine years for killing Doris Johnson student
In a surprise mid-trial decision, two teenagers involved in the vicious stabbing death of Doris Johnson student Adonai Wilson entered guilty pleas yesterday. The convicts, ages 17 and 16, were charged with murder for the December 9, 2015 attack on W...
 
 
Minnis skirts LOI questions after accusing Christie of secrecy
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday refused to answer questions regarding the letter of intent (LOI) for Stellar Waste-To Energy’s renewable energy plant signed by Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells, who Minnis criticized for ...
 
 
$2.3 mil. classroom block for BTVI
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) and the government yesterday broke ground on a $2.3 million state-of-the-art classroom block it expects to complete within six months. The 6,600-square-foot block will house eight classrooms outf...
 
 
Guardian apologises to Louis Bacon
We wish to apologise to Mr. Louis Bacon for certain statements contained in two (2) adverts published in our newspaper on the 29th January, 2016 and 22nd February, 2016. The adverts in question were paid for by Nygard International Partnership and c...
 
 
Murder accused granted bail
A judge yesterday set bail for an accused murderer after the prosecution failed to begin his trial on two occasions. Dominic Moss is scheduled to stand trial before Justice Bernard Turner in June 2017 for the 2014 shooting death of Renaldo Braynen...
 
 
Nov. 10th, 2016 designated University of The Bahamas Charter Day
The College of The Bahamas will officially transition into the University of The Bahamas on November 10th, 2016, in fulfilment of a vision for higher education and national development expressed more than four decades ago. Minister of Education, Sci...
 
 
UWI Global Giving Week focuses on alumni donations
The University of The West Indies (UWI) launched "UWI Global Giving Week" in The Bahamas August 1-7. The Bahamian alumni of the university was encouraged to donate to the campaign for the financial sustainability of the institution and to maintain th...
 
 
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