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174,000 are registered
After getting off to an extremely sluggish start, the number of registered voters for the 2017 general election has surpassed the number of voters registered in the 2012 contest, but not by much. Parliamentary Registration Department officials confi...
 
 
Woman charged with murder
A 21-year-old woman was yesterday charged with the shooting murder of Marcian Edgecombe earlier this month. Prosecutors say that Linique Brennen, of Malaysia Way, Elizabeth Estates, is responsible for Edgecombe’s death on April 8. According to ...
 
 
More CLICO payments next week
CLICO (Bahamas) policy holders will get some “much-needed relief” this year, according to an official notice the government released yesterday announcing that qualified policyholders will receive three tranches of payments throughout 2017, with t...
 
 
Ministers deny any side Baha Mar deals
Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald and Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson yesterday shot down claims made by The Punch tabloid that they have deals with the Chinese owners of Baha Mar. Both ministers, who were heavily involved in the negot...
 
 
FNM signs stolen, vandalized says chairman
Free National Movement (FNM) campaign signs have not only been vandalized but have been stolen, according to FNM Chairman Sidney Collie, who yesterday called for the supporters and leaders of all parties to put an end to the “immature and uncivil...
 
 
PLP promises thousands of jobs
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) plans to create “thousands” of direct and indirect jobs should it be re-elected to government. In its Charter 2017, the party explains that it would create jobs and bring more money into the country’s econom...
 
 
Minnis: Free electricity promise is baseless PLP rhetoric
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday dismissed as “baseless, empty rhetoric” the promise by the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) to give free electricity to certain people based on consumption should it win the next ge...
 
 
McCartney: PLP peddling dreams with electricity pledge
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday slammed the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for its “loose peddling of dreams” with regard to its pledge to provide free electricity to certain consumers after the next gener...
 
 
Omar Archer gets bail
After being held on a warrant for two weeks for missing his trial, a Supreme Court judge yesterday continued bail for social media crusader Omar Archer Sr. Magistrate Derence Rolle-Davis issued a bench warrant for the 45-year-old after he failed to ...
 
 
Some parts of FOIA to be enacted this week
Parts of the Freedom of Information Act that would allow for its implementation are expected to come into force this week, said Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday. “I have signed off on a paper to enact certain parts of the Freedom ...
 
 
Man charged with two counts of statutory rape
A 41-year-old man of Pinewood Gardens was yesterday charged with two counts of statutory rape. Sharran Burrows appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt charged with unlawful sexual intercourse. Prosecutors allege that Burrows blackmai...
 
 
Aliv celebrates Autism Awareness Month with donation
In an effort to continue expanding its corporate responsibilities, Aliv, The Bahamas’ newest mobile network, has made a significant donation to the Seahorse Institute in recognition of April being observed globally as Autism Awareness Month. The Se...
 
 
PM: PLP platform not yet agreed
The revelation that the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) administration will provide free electricity for certain customers if the party is re-elected has created a stir, but Prime Minister Perry Christie declared yesterday that the party’s platform...
 
 
BPL unaware of PLP’s free electricity plan
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has denied knowledge of the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) free electricity initiative, which was included in the party’s action plan published on its website last week. According to the PLP’s action plan, a PL...
 
 
Police officer shot dead
Three people, including a police sergeant, were murdered in separate incidents over the weekend. A police officer was found shot to death shortly after 1 a.m. on Sunday. Three people are being questioned in relation to the matter, police said. The...
 
 
Police probing videos of men performing sex acts on woman in street
Police are investigating videos that went viral on social media of at least two men performing sexual acts on a woman in the street. In the videos the woman is quiet and barely moving. It is unclear when or where the videos were shot, but the voice...
 
 
PM wants vandals to leave PLP posters alone
Speaking to the recent spree of vandalized political paraphernalia throughout the country, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday urged opposition leaders to make a call to their supporters to “desist”. “When we reach a point where we start t...
 
 
Miller: Free electricity plan makes no sense
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, the former executive chairman of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC), said yesterday it “makes no sense” to exempt customers from paying their bills based on power consumption. Miller said the former BEC Board ...
 
 
Calls for civility after multiple political billboards defaced
Several political posters and billboards have been torn down, defaced or blocked from view. The photos of defaced billboards and posters have been circulating on social media. Among the billboards were those with the images of Seabreeze incumbent H...
 
 
Nottage has ‘many concerns’ over voter register
Amid concerns about the integrity of the voter register after hundreds of discrepancies were discovered, National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage said while he has “many concerns”, the Parliamentary Registration Department is “working to ...
 
 
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