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Man on ammo charge gets six years
A man who claimed he found almost 1,400 rounds of ammunition while fishing was yesterday sentenced to six years in prison. Javon Hanna, 24, pleaded guilty to five counts of possession of ammunition with intent to supply at his arraignment before Chi...
 
 
Dames will address status of police chief at appropriate time
National Security Minister Marvin Dames said yesterday he will address the status of Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade “at the appropriate time” and as changes are made. “I have no comments on that, as I continue to say,” said Dames ...
 
 
Govt cleaning up ‘oversights’ in board appointments
The government is expected to conclude adjustments to its statutory boards and committees by next week, after several “oversights” were made on the recently released list, according to the prime minister’s press secretary, Anthony Newbold. Dur...
 
 
Smith: Wilchcombe would be bad pick for PLP chairman
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP George Smith charged yesterday that an Obie Wilchcombe chairmanship would not be good for the PLP. “I want what’s best for The Bahamas and what’s right for the people,” Smith said. “I support and ...
 
 
Speaker: No need for new House to consider STB ruling
Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie said yesterday that as the government has withdrawn its appeal of a landmark Supreme Court ruling on the boundaries of parliamentary privilege, it is not necessary for the new parliamentary Committee o...
 
 
Three make it to women's 200m semi finals
LONDON, England -- All three Bahamians are through to the semi-finals of the women's 200 meters (m) at the 16th International Association of Athletic Associations’ (IAAF) World Championships, currently ongoing in London, England. Tynia Gaither w...
 
 
Neil Ellis objects to Gibson’s treatment
Senior Pastor of Mount Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church Bishop Neil Ellis has asserted that former Labour Minister Shane Gibson was “treated inhumanely” when he was escorted to court on Thursday to be arraigned on bribery and extortion charges. ...
 
 
Three dead in GB car crash
Three people are dead following a traffic accident in Grand Bahama yesterday. Police reported that shortly after 1 p.m. they were called to East Sunrise Highway and Gedney Drive after a 2006 GMC Sierra and a Nissan Tilda collided. A 76-year-old wom...
 
 
Collie: Davis irresponsible in calling for PLP protest
It is “irresponsible” to suggest that the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) unfairly handled former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Cabinet minister Shane Gibson when he was brought before a magistrate’s court over bribery and extortion charg...
 
 
Two more murders
Police are investigating two more murders, including the murder of a murder suspect on bail. Shortly after 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, two men were sitting in a parked vehicle on Lily of the Valley Corner, off East Street, when the occupants of a dark co...
 
 
Cooper, DPM at odds over deficit
Exuma and Ragged Island MP Chester Cooper yesterday questioned whether the Minnis administration misled the Bahamian people about the state of finances it met when it came to office and the extent it needed to borrow, considering the Central Bank of ...
 
 
D’Aguilar: 55% growth in ministry’s staff under former govt
Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar said yesterday employment at the Ministry of Tourism increased by 55 percent under former minister Obie Wilchcombe despite the industry’s failure to grow over the past few years. “When he took office in 2...
 
 
Cooper blasts BPL, calls for nat’l energy policy
Exumas and Ragged Island MP Chester Cooper yesterday requested that the government “articulate its national energy policy” in the wake of “unacceptable” and “poor service” from Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) in Exuma. Cooper said over the...
 
 
Sands: Reworking NHI will take several months
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday it will take another few months at least to rework National Health Insurance (NHI) in order for the universal healthcare scheme to properly function and offer Bahamians a basic level of care. “I wo...
 
 
Miller-Uibo cruises into women’s 400m final
LONDON, England – Shaunae Miller-Uibo is into the final of the women’s 400 meters (m) at the world championships – her fourth straight at the global level of athletics. The Bahamian Olympic Champion breezed into another final today, winning he...
 
 
Gardiner confident going into the 400m finals
LONDON, England – At just 21-years-old, Bahamian Steven Gardiner has now entered the world’s elite in the men’s 400 meters (m). The lanky and talented speedster lowered his own national record in the men’s 400m at the 16th International Asso...
 
 
PLP to ‘soon’ demonstrate
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Interim Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday that he was “appalled and outraged” that former PLP Cabinet Minister Shane Gibson, who had injured his foot, was “dragged” into court “hobbling” and said PLP...
 
 
Sir Geoffrey Johnstone passes
Former leader of the United Bahamian Party (UBP), veteran attorney and “great Bahamian patriot” Sir Geoffrey Johnstone died yesterday at Doctors Hospital after a brief illness. He was 89. Sir Geoffrey was first elected to the House of Assembly ...
 
 
Wilchcombe still mulling PLP chairmanship run
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Obie Wilchcombe is set to announce his plans on whether he will run for chairman of the party in the next two weeks. “I’m looking at all circumstances right now,” Wilchcombe said in a recent interview ...
 
 
Turnquest: BOB can go after whoever owes
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest indicated that the government will not interfere with the new board at Bank of The Bahamas (BOB) or its ability to go after those who owe the bank significant sums. During BOB’s annual ...
 
 
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