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Major and Chipman: Boundaries dispute over
Despite writing a letter that launched a furor regarding the Constituencies Commission’s report and later claiming to plan to address the “misinterpretation” of that letter in the House of Assembly, St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman said yesterd...
 
 
Smith: Don’t bring spy bill before election
Attorney Fred Smith said yesterday the attorney general’s move to delay the Interception of Communications Bill (ICB) to allow for public consultation demonstrated that the government now appreciates that when the people speak, it ought to listen. ...
 
 
Murder charge reinstated against convict
A murder convict was yesterday charged with a murder that was withdrawn against him two weeks ago. Lynden Prosper, 29, appeared before Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt charged with the September 16, 2014 fatal shooting of Dakeil Curry at Johnson Roa...
 
 
Nottage: Registration uptick continues
The recent uptick in voter registration has continued in recent days, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage, who has ministerial responsibility for elections, said yesterday. While speaking to reporters outside of the House of Assembly, ...
 
 
Man admits tampering with ankle bracelet
A man on bail who was charged with robbery, threats of death and causing harm yesterday, admitted to damaging his ankle bracelet. Charles Ingraham admitted to the charge of causing damage at his arraignment before Magistrate Derence Rolle-Davis. Ro...
 
 
Nottage: New measures will alleviate crime issue
In light of the suggestion of Chow Tai Fook Enterprises (Bahamas) President Graeme Davis that high crime in The Bahamas could negatively impact tourism in the country, National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage said he believes certain measures t...
 
 
Reclaiming Our Boys Project launches to save lives
Far too many of our young men and boys are dying and far too many families are crying, declared Minister of Social Services and Community Development Melanie Griffin as she launched the Reclaiming Our Boys Project - an initiative which was called for...
 
 
Mission: Educate Bahamas donates library, technology lab to Sandilands Primary School
The students and faculty of Sandilands Primary School are now the proud owners of a brand new facility that features a fully-stocked library and modern computer lab with all the bells and whistles. Built and furnished by Mission: Educate Bahamas in c...
 
 
Rejected
Supreme Court Justice Ian Winder yesterday denied the application filed by Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn and Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins for judicial review into the constitutionality of the Constituencies Commission Report, citing insufficie...
 
 
MPs ‘not surprised’ by ruling
Though disappointed by a Supreme Court justice’s denial of their application for judicial review of the boundaries report, attorney Michael Scott and his clients, Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn and Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins, said they ar...
 
 
‘Spy Bill’ delayed
Amid widespread criticism and “partisan” uproar over the recently tabled Interception of Communications Bill, Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday said there will be a period of public consultation to better inform Bahamians about ...
 
 
Gray: Chipman an ill-advised flip-flopper
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray yesterday labelled St. Anne’s MP Hubert Chipman a “flip-flopper” and insisted that the letter sent to Speaker of the House Dr. Kendal Major from Chipman about the Constituencies Commis...
 
 
Christie: Shared vision necessary for national development
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday expressed the need for political parties to be of one accord as it relates to plans for the country’s progression to prevent the delay of necessary programs, initiatives and plans. While speaking at the Unit...
 
 
PM: Good governance essential to nation building
Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday highlighted that good governance is the first requirement for any country seeking to achieve sustainable goals, as he gave remarks at the opening ceremony for the United Nations Small Island Development States ...
 
 
Banker found dead in state of undress, court hears
Police found popular volleyball coach and private banker Devince Smith with his pants pulled down to his ankles in the front room of his condominium, a court heard yesterday. The man on trial for his murder, Lamar Albury, told his relatives that he ...
 
 
Water Supply Improvement Project launched in NP, Family Islands
While improved quality of life for Bahamians and greater economic development are among the expected future outcomes of the government’s newly-launched Water Supply Improvement Project, short-term effects will create jobs and small contractor oppor...
 
 
Construction of Smith’s Point seawall back on track
  FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Residents and business owners in Smith's Point, Grand Bahama were updated on work being carried out on the seawall during a recent town meeting at St. Jude's Anglican Parish Hall by Minister for Grand Bahama Dr. Mic...
 
 
Rejected
Supreme Court Justice Ian Winder a short while ago refused an application made by Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn and Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins who had submitted that the boundaries report violates Article 70 of the constitution, which requir...
 
 
Minnis: Spy bill must not stand
Opposition to the Interception of Communications Bill 2017 is growing. Yesterday, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said the bill poses dangers and should be rejected. Minnis said in a Facebook post: “On Wednesday in Parliamen...
 
 
Fitzgerald: No legal basis for boundaries report action
Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday it appears that Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins and Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn may be trying to delay the general election by filing legal action challenging the constitutionality and legality of th...
 
 
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