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Bus driver admits attack after accident
A man yesterday admitted to attacking a man after arriving at the scene of a traffic accident involving an employee. Bus driver Mark Moss, 48, pleaded guilty to causing harm to another bus driver, Latherio Ferguson, at Bernard Road on May 16 at his ...
 
 
Jamaican jailed in $1.4 million marijuana seizure
A Jamaican man caught in a $1.4 million marijuana bust off of the Ragged Island chain was yesterday sentenced to four years in prison. Gothileb Patrick, 56, of Clarendon, Jamaica, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to import marijuana, conspira...
 
 
Newbold appointed PM’s press secretary
The Cabinet Office announced yesterday the appointment of Anthony Newbold as press secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister. This appointment is the beginning of the resolve of newly-elected Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis to make transparency...
 
 
Bel Canto Singers gear up for 12th spring concert
Preparations for another wonderful Bel Canto spring concert are well on their way. This year’s performance, under the distinguished patronage of Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling, promises to be a grand event covering many genres of music....
 
 
Four BTC moms honored at Rahming Brothers concert
Four mothers from Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) were honored at the annual Rahming Brothers Mother’s Day Concert. The four BTC team members were Jayde Knowles, Terry Moxey, Rochelle Dorsett and Sherry Rolle. They each received awards for...
 
 
Dion Smith in police custody over theft allegations
Authorities are questioning former Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Executive Chairman Dion Smith in connection with the ongoing theft investigation at the corporation. Police said Smith is expected to be held overnight. Officer...
 
 
BAIC probe deepens
As authorities continued to question seven Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) employees — four men and three women — over the alleged theft of electrical items such as televisions and computers, Assistant Commissioner of Polic...
 
 
Albury: Critical need for electoral reform
Acting Parliamentary Commissioner Charles Albury said yesterday the modernization of the Parliamentary Registration Department and electoral process in The Bahamas, as recommended by the election observers from CARICOM, is critical. “I think the i...
 
 
In Centreville, mixed emotions over Christie’s departure
Louise Southerland, a 73-year-old lifelong resident of Centreville, yesterday said she prayed for former Prime Minister Perry Christie to lose his seat, because he did “a lousy job” during his 40-year tenure as a member of Parliament. Last week,...
 
 
Roberts won’t offer again as PLP chairman
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday while he will not seek the party’s chairman position whenever it holds its next convention, he will remain heavily involved in politics until he dies. During an interview with...
 
 
D’Aguilar: Tourism growth is number one goal
Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar said the primary focus of his portfolio will be to grow the Bahamian tourism product. “It’s all about growing the number of visitors that come to our country,” D’Aguilar said in a recent ...
 
 
Debris near Eleuthera possibly from missing plane
Debris found in waters near Eleuthera is believed to be from a private passenger plane that went missing while flying over The Bahamas, according to U.S. Coast Guard Liaison Officer to The Bahamas Lieutenant Commander Aaron Mader. On Monday afternoo...
 
 
Carnival assault case adjourned to June
The trial of a Bahamian accused of assaulting a gay, Jamaican man during Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival in New Providence earlier this month will now be held on June 7. Police arrested Darwin Farquharson, 34, of Infant View Road after he was allegedly st...
 
 
Man acquitted of murder on appeal
A man was freed of a murder charge in a directed acquittal yesterday. Edward Johnson was cleared of the February 25, 2014, shooting death of Troy Bodie at Fleming Street, after Senior Supreme Court Justice Vera Watkins upheld a no case submission. ...
 
 
Bahamas Press Club President Newbold appointed VP of ACP Press Clubs Federation
Anthony A. Newbold, president of the Bahamas Press Club 2014, has been appointed vice president of the 79-member African Caribbean & Pacific (ACP) Press Clubs Federation at the federation’s second official meeting held recently in Brussels. "I...
 
 
Fewer than 300 Bahama Orioles left in the world; all on Andros
The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) is collaborating with the Omland Lab at the University of Maryland to determine the nesting habitat for the Bahama Oriole on Andros — where fewer than 300 of these rare birds are thought to live. Up to this point, ...
 
 
BAIC staff arrested
Authorities were yesterday questioning seven Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) employees as part of a theft investigation, The Nassau Guardian can confirm. Details were trickling in up to press time. When contacted, Senior As...
 
 
Forensic audits ordered
The government announced yesterday that forensic audits will be conducted on the Urban Renewal Department, Bank of The Bahamas and the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI), which were all hugely controversial under the previous ad...
 
 
Cooper rebukes racially charged comments
In a move that could give some insight into the future brand of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) as it rebuilds and attempts to improve its image following a crushing defeat at the polls last week, incoming Exuma and Ragged Island MP Chester Coope...
 
 
BPL union head wants ‘secret’ deal dead
Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard said yesterday the union will block any agreement with a foreign entity that potentially jeopardizes Bahamian jobs at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL). He was referring to former Prime Mini...
 
 
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