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Man, 19, charged with rape, murder of two Long Island women

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A 19-year-old man has been charged in Magistrate’s Court today with the murder and rape of a... read more »

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Mitchell questions why PM has yet to address nation on Dorian

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday questioned why a “high ranking” government official has yet... read more »

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Frank Smith’s acquittal upheld

Govt. applies for leave to appeal decision to Privy Council NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Court of Appeal yesterday tossed out... read more »

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Hundreds march downtown

BPSU members say they will continue to protest until they are paid NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Hundreds of Bahamas Public Service Union... read more »

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IL Cares Foundation provides back to school supplies, entertainment to thousands

Bastian: Foundation will always push to ensure every child has the tools needed for their education NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As... read more »

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BPSU to govt.: pay lump sum now

Union rejects govt’s offer of split lump sum payments NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) members overwhelmingly voted Monday... read more »

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Maynard: BPL employees are also reaching breaking point

Union pres. says staff is overworked, fatigued and facing threats from the public NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The frequent and persistent... read more »

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McAlpine claims FNM wants to “see me gone”

FNM Deputy Leader says the constituency has made their views known NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine has accused... read more »

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Davis scoffs at PM’s “fake bravado”

Minnis dares PLP to move vote of no confidence against him NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis... read more »

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Controversial WSC board member remarks “handled”, says PM

Bennet Minnis called PLP “no good, bastard, homosexual, African monkeys” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Amid calls from the opposition for Water... read more »

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Govt. passes amendments to NPO Bill

OECD: The Bahamas’ legal framework “not harmful” The government yesterday passed amendments to the Non-Profit Organization Bill, along with a... read more »

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Dept. of Labour to intervene in BTC dispute

BCPOU files trade dispute, claiming BTC refuses to negotiate VSEPs The Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union (BCPOU) has filed... read more »

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Bethel: No intention of taxing visitors’ casino winnings

Gaming amendments passed in the Senate NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday that the government will not... read more »

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PM: Liberty CEO apologized

PLP leader calls for Balan Nair to be put on stop list. NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis... read more »

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Sands: Bahamians continue to trivialize mental health issues

A person dies due to suicide every 40 seconds, according to global statistics NASSAU, BAHAMAS — With a reported one... read more »

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Sands: Non-emergency surgeries at PMH expected to resume this week

Union pres. suggests minister alleging sabotage to hide “incompetence” NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Four days after all non-emergency surgeries at Princess... read more »

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Shane Gibson retains a new lawyer in corruption trial

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Former cabinet minister Shane Gibson has retained the services of Keith Knight, QC, to represent him in... read more »

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Teen killed in hit-and-run accident

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A 15-year-old boy is dead after he was hit by a truck early yesterday morning while walking... read more »

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Symonette: Resignation has nothing to do with recently issued contracts

Says he vowed that he would not be in Cabinet a day past his 65thbirthday NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Former Minister... read more »

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Man charged with stabbing death of Mdeez

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A 32-year-old man was hauled before the courts on Wednesday, charged with the stabbing death of popular... read more »