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75 migrants captured off Eleuthera
Royal Bahamas Defence Force officers apprehended 75 suspected undocumented Haitian nationals off Cape Eleuthera early Saturday, immigration officials said. They also found the body of a man suspected to be a part of the group. A sloop was seen drop...
 
 
Man dies following car chase and shootout with officers
A car chase and shootout on Saturday morning involving police officers and a Honda occupied by several men ended when the Honda crashed and burst into flames, police said. One of the suspects died in hospital on Saturday. Police did not say wheth...
 
 
Bahamas National Trust elects new officers
The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) held its annual general meeting and spring council recently to elect the council and officers for the year and discuss the business of the BNT. At the meetings on April 27-29, the council reviewed the first draft of ...
 
 
Marlin Travel donates $6000 to Gambier Primary through Sandals Foundation
Situated in the historic community of Gambier, the younger students of Gambier Primary School got a treat when Canadian travel group Marlin Travel and team members from Sandals Royal Bahamian representing the Sandals Foundation paid a visit to the ca...
 
 
Golf club increasing youth empowerment with Aliv partnership
A golf club’s dreams to affect more young people in The Bahamas positively became a reality when telecommunications company Aliv solidified a partnership with the club to help make those dreams come true. The Range Hawks Golf Club consists of abou...
 
 
Ministers sworn in
Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest was sworn in yesterday evening as the country’s deputy prime minster and minister of finance during a ceremony on the grounds of Government House. Former Cabinet Minister Carl Bethel was a...
 
 
Chipman wins Centreville recount
Following an exhaustive recount that lasted just over 24 hours, Free National Movement (FNM) candidate Reece Chipman won Centreville by four votes, taking down former Prime Minister Perry Christie, who began his career in frontline politics before Ch...
 
 
Murdered man was drug dealer, court hears
A drug dealer shot a man before a second gunman took his life, a Supreme Court jury heard. Torry Ellis was testifying yesterday in the murder trial of Edward Johnson, who is accused of the February 25, 2014, murder of Troy Bodie. Johnson, who is in...
 
 
Family remanded over drug find
A 50-year-old mother broke down in tears yesterday when she realized that she would have to spend Mother’s Day in prison. Velerie Johnson-Brown, her son Christopher Brown, 33, Vanessa Brown, Marguerite Brown and Kendera Moss, 25, were all arrested...
 
 
Observers report on election
Commonwealth Observer Group Chair Hannah Tetteh said yesterday former Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall’s replacement, which took place just days before Wednesday’s election, was “unusual” in her team’s observations of the 2017 genera...
 
 
‘I will honor this trust’
One day after the Free National Movement (FNM) sealed an historic victory in spectacular fashion, Hubert Alexander Minnis started a new chapter in his life, as did the nation, when he was sworn in as the fourth prime minister in an independent Bahama...
 
 
Izmirlian: A wonderful day for The Bahamas
Former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian said yesterday “nothing has changed” regarding his interest in re-owning the $3.5 billion Cable Beach resort, despite the many obstacles the project encountered after he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy i...
 
 
Centreville recount ‘unlikely’ to change outcome
Free National Movement (FNM) attorney Michael Scott said yesterday former Prime Minister Perry Christie’s attorneys are acting “appalling” in their attempt to acquire votes during the recounting of ballots for the Centreville constituency. Chr...
 
 
A look at the numbers
Key members of the Christie administration were slaughtered in Wednesday’s general election that saw Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis elected as the fourth prime minister of The Bahamas. Former Prime Minister Perry Christie an...
 
 
A look at results in the Family Islands
The Free National Movement (FNM) won seven of the 10 Family Islands seats in Wednesday’s general election. These do not include Grand Bahama, where the FNM won all five seats. MICAL was called for the FNM’s Miriam Emmanuel over former Minister ...
 
 
Two accused of attempted murder
A 31-year-old man and a teenager were yesterday denied bail after they were charged with attempted murder and causing damage. Gregory Newbold, of Ida Street, and a 17-year-old boy, of Charles Vincent Street, are charged with the May 6 attempted murd...
 
 
Miller concerned about Christie’s mental state
Former Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller said yesterday there was a plan by a group of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) members to get rid of party leader Perry Christie during the PLP’s convention in January. Miller claimed that the plan fizzled after k...
 
 
Some PLP candidates react to losses
After the wipeout of former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MPs on Wednesday, several who lost their seats expressed surprise while defending their records and said the crushing defeat was more of a referendum on the government. Former Pinewood MP K...
 
 
Directed acquital in murder case
After spending a year in prison on murder and attempted murder charges, Richard Brown is now a free man after prosecutors offered no evidence against him yesterday. A jury was seated earlier this week to try Brown for the May 18, 2016, murder of Dav...
 
 
Young MP-to-be humbled by victory
Swept into office on the tide of the Free National Movement’s (FNM) landslide victory over the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) on Wednesday, was one of the youngest Bahamians to ever win a seat — 22-year-old Travis Robinson. The incoming Bains T...
 
 
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