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Guns linked to murder in 2013
Two guns seized by police shortly after the murder of Shanrio Deveaux in 2013 have been linked to his death through ballistic testing, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. While testifying at the murder trial of Judson Mackey and Tristan Deveaux, f...
 
 
Smith gets more time to find lawyer
An attorney who could be imprisoned if found guilty of contempt, was yesterday given more time to find a lawyer to represent him during the hearing. Justice Rhonda Bain last Wednesday gave Keod Smith two days to instruct counsel with respect to his ...
 
 
Doctor says NHI could work, but it has to be done right
Acting President of the Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) Dr. Macumba Millar said yesterday National Health Insurance (NHI) “could be great if done right” despite skepticism of the government proposed scheme by other physicians, specifically consultant...
 
 
Minnis’ voter claims ‘untrue’
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis claimed at a rally on Cat Island on Friday night that the computer system crashed at the Parliamentary Registration Department and erased the names of registered voters, but Parliamentary Commissi...
 
 
Christie: PLP has best team to form a Cabinet
Seeking to convince residents of Eleuthera to vote for the two Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidates on that island, Prime Minister Perry Christie insisted at a rally on Friday night that the PLP has the best team to form a government. Christie...
 
 
FNM candidate ducks customs bill
Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for North Eleuthera Rickey Mackey yesterday acknowledged owing the Bahamas Customs Department “about $9,000” in unpaid taxes dating back to 2002, but said this does not compare to what has happened to The Ba...
 
 
Pastors: Baha Mar opening a victory for Bahamian workers
A group of pastors said in a statement yesterday that Prime Minister Perry Christie and his administration are to be commended for working with relevant stakeholders to ensure the imminent opening of Baha Mar. “The prayers of the naysayers have be...
 
 
Man shot at nightclub dies in hospital
Police are investigating a shooting early Saturday morning that left a man dead. According to reports, shortly after 1:30 a.m., two men were at a club on Quintine Alley and Wulff Road when they were shot. The men were transported to hospital where ...
 
 
Miller: Mortgage Corp. should forgive Jubilee Gardens mortgages for a month
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday he intends to request today that the government give Jubilee Gardens residents one month free on their mortgages with the Bahamas Mortgage Corporation (BMC). A fire at the New Providence Landfill three week...
 
 
No plans to change citizenship laws after Haiti vote on statelessness
While the United Nations Refugee Agency, UNHCR, has applauded the vote by the Parliament of Haiti on Wednesday to formally join the international drive to end the “tragedy of statelessness”, and to ensure the millions of innocent people around th...
 
 
Symonette: No intentions of taking over FNM
Speaking specifically to allegations made by Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for St. Anne’s Brent Symonette has insisted that he has no intention of “taking over” the FNM. The former deputy prime minister al...
 
 
Ingraham’s criticisms of Baha Mar debacle ‘ridiculous’, says Roberts
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday called recent comments by former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham on Baha Mar’s progress “ridiculous”, and likened Ingraham’s return to the public sphere, so close to the genera...
 
 
VSTEP, Damen sign agreement for defense force project
A recent cooperation agreement between Damen and VSTEP has been established for the delivery of a Nautis Full Mission Bridge Simulator with Alphatron Marine equipment to the Royal Bahamas Defence Force. The delivery is part of the Sandy Bottom Projec...
 
 
Primary mathematics textbook series launched
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in association with Hodder Education Publications officially launched the only primary mathematics textbook series published in association with the ministry during a ceremony at SuperClubs Breezes on...
 
 
Ingraham: Chinese acted in bad faith
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham expressed disappointment that Baha Mar’s lender and general contractor - Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) and China Construction America (CCA) - failed to deliver what they promised the government of The Bah...
 
 
DNA  ratifies five more candidates, slate nearly complete
The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has nearly completed its slate of candidates for the next general election, ratifying five candidates at its East Street South headquarters yesterday, including several former United Democratic Party (UDP) mem...
 
 
Ingraham: Opposition forces should have united
The electorate would have preferred a united opposition force as an option on the ballot in the next general election, but the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) seemed to “want what the FNM can’t deliver”, according to former Prime Minister Hu...
 
 
Man accused of double murder denied bail
A judge yesterday refused bail for a man accused of the 2015 murder of a couple during the course of an armed robbery. Allan Alcime, 24, of Hanna Hill, Eight Mile Rock, is scheduled to be tried for the crime in September. The upcoming trial factor...
 
 
Anonymous witness testifies in murder case
An anonymous witness gave police information that led to the arrests of two men shortly after a man was murdered off East Street, a supreme court jury heard yesterday. The witness, whose identity has been protected by an anonymity order, testified b...
 
 
Police: Trend of teenagers being murdered
Keishon Williams was just 13 years old when his life came to a brutal end. But the gruesome discovery of Keishon and his 15-year-old cousin, Davonte Lindsey, through an isolated corner off Yellow Elder on March 12, points to the disturbing trend of ...
 
 
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