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Minnis: Politicians not above the law
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said last night that he is “disturbed” that some people believe politicians in The Bahamas are above the law and should not be held accountable for alleged misconduct while in office. “It is unfair and unjust f...
 
 
PM affirms support of Baha Mar, Atlantis
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis last night assured Baha Mar and the Atlantis resort of his government’s full support in ensuring their success, noting that The Bahamas’ economy and more than half of the jobs in the country are dependent on both ...
 
 
Miller ‘insulted’ by BPL execs’ pay
The revelation that four Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) executives are paid over $1 million collectively in annual salaries is “mind-blowing” and reinforces the idea that foreigners are more valued than Bahamians in The Bahamas, former Bahamas Ele...
 
 
PM again pledges to be aggressive on crime
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said in a national address last night that the government intends to introduce a number of “ambitious social intervention and training programs” in order to combat crime. “It is now understood and agreed global...
 
 
More Haitian migrants apprehended
Forty-eight hours after Royal Bahamas Defence Force marines arrested nearly 90 illegal Haitian migrants on Little Inagua after a Haitian sloop ran aground, the RBDF yesterday apprehended more than 120 Haitian migrants on a sloop in waters near Gallow...
 
 
Bannister: PowerSecure deal to be reviewed
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday that the new board of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) will review everything related to the company, including the Christie administration’s deal with PowerSecure. “I’ve given my board a ...
 
 
Murder convicts await sentencing
Lawyers for two murder convicts urged a judge to be as lenient as possible toward them given their youth and lack of antecedents. Tristan Deveaux, 22, and Judson Mackey, 23, were convicted in April of the 2013 murder of Shanrio Deveaux (no relation ...
 
 
Man acquitted of armed robbery charge
A jury on Tuesday unanimously acquitted Shavano Williams of an armed robbery that happened last year. Prosecutors alleged that Williams robbed a woman of her phone while armed with a screwdriver on August 10, 2016 at Baker Street. The victim said t...
 
 
Police step up presence in Bains and Grants Town
Kirkford Moxey, a 66-year-old retired teacher and lifelong resident of Bains and Grants Town, said yesterday he spends some nights sleeping on the floor of his bedroom out of fear that the gunshots he hears ringing throughout his neighborhood in the ...
 
 
PM Minnis announces expenditure cuts in national address
In an address to the nation tonight, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said the government will have to implement strong measures to reverse the “reckless incompetence of the former administration, which seemed determined to cripple our economy”. ...
 
 
Minnis won’t meet with Davis
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that he has nothing to hide and dismissed Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis’ promise of political retribution over the recent arrests of former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) parliamentarians. ...
 
 
Retrial for Vasyli
The appeal court in a majority decision yesterday granted Donna Vasyli a new trial after overturning her conviction for the March 2015 murder of her husband, respected Australian podiatrist Phillip Vasyli. She was sentenced to 20 years in prison aft...
 
 
Sands: PHA to move facility from PM’s building
Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday although the contract between the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) and Stat Care – a company beneficially owned by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis – has been terminated, the PHA’s Rehabilitation C...
 
 
10 MPs heading govt boards
The government has appointed 10 members of Parliament as chairpersons on its statutory boards and committees for 2017. The Cabinet Office announced the full list of boards and committees yesterday. Centreville MP Reece Chipman is chairman of the An...
 
 
Davis calls Cooper critique ‘a newbie’s assessment’
Likening Exumas and Ragged Island MP Chester Cooper to a child and describing his scathing review of the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) 2017 general election loss as a “newbie’s assessment”, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis has admitte...
 
 
Dames: Parliament to act on efficiency of justice
National Security Minister Marvin Dames said while the number of people who are murdered while on bail for serious offenses remains an issue of concern, it is not a problem that will be fixed overnight. Yesterday, while speaking to reporters outside...
 
 
Rolle promoted to full minister
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday revealed that Brensil Rolle is now substantive minister of the public service and National Insurance. Minnis said the decision was made during a Cabinet meeting yesterday. “That will give me more time to...
 
 
Christian Council concerned about appearance of witch hunt
Bahamas Christian Council President Bishop Delton Fernander said yesterday that the council supports the police’s anti-corruption investigations but advised that the government ought to utilize other tools to remove the appearance of a witch hunt. ...
 
 
Union says BPL meeting demand
Despite recurring intermittent outages over the last few weeks, Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard indicated yesterday some outages are unavoidable, but by and large Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has managed to carry the l...
 
 
Man denies housebreaking
A 37-year-old man of Homestead Street yesterday denied a shopbreaking and stealing charge. James Jeantillhomme denied that he stole garden tools with a combined value of $6,541.55 during his arraignment before Magistrate Samuel McKinney. Jeantill...
 
 
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