Archive | October, 2017

UNDERTAKING PERSONAL SEARCH EFFORTS IS VERY COSTLY

Unsettled that unfortunately search efforts have stopped for Forrest and Donna Sanco, their relatives have continued to take matters into their own hands. Spending their personal money initially to start the efforts, the relatives have resorted to opening a bank account in the newlyweds names in addition to the GoFundMe account which was created first […]

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Pastors Call For Draconian Laws On Guns

A group of pastors headed by Bishop Simeon Hall of New Covenant Baptist Church are calling for draconian measures in an all-out war on illegal guns, as well as the push for authorities to consider certain proposals to curb the proliferation of firearms.   The group is convinced that there should be a 30-day amnesty […]

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MAN ARRAIGNED FOR MURDER

A man appeared in Magistrate’s Court yesterday accused of being the culprit behind the murder of 38 year old Shenique Hart on October 10th. Twenty- year old Godfrey McKinney of Johnson Alley stood before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt facing a murder charge and two counts of attempted murder. It was alleged that on the same […]

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BIA wants National Disaster Risk Plan

Chairman of the Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) Emmanuel Komolafe is calling for a disaster risk plan.   Speaking with our news team yesterday Komolafe said he believes it is time for a serious conversation on the development of a robust and holistic national disaster risk plan that addresses several factors including  the financing of rebuilding ‎efforts […]

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Inner City Barber Gives Back

Not all young men are lost to guns, gangs and violence, and a local barber shop, it’s owner and patrons show this by giving back to the senior citizens of the country.   A group of men calling themselves the Super Kutz Group associated with the Super Kutz Barber shop on Nassau Street aim to […]

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Davis says he’s equipped to lead

Asserting that he is well equipped to lead the country, the Leader of the official opposition Philip “Brave” Davis says the Minnis administration is delivering “hopelessness and terror.” Mr. Davis made the remark as he addressed the Eastern regional meeting of The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in Fox Hill Wednesday night.   The PLP interim […]

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Culmer Is New FNM Chairman

The new chairman of the governing Free National Movement is Carl Culmer.   Mr. Culmer beat out Howard Grant in an election of the Central Council held at the Party’s Headquarters on Mackey Street last evening.   The party held the election due to the resignation of former chairman Sidney Collie that took effect yesterday. […]

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40 Young Men Get A Jumpstart

Forty young men graduated yesterday from the Ministry of Education’s Jump Start Program. The Jump Start program is designed to help male students with academic, behavioral or emotional disabilities that might otherwise be at-risk of leaving high school without the National High School Diploma. The young men received training from BTVI in the areas of […]

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BPL APPOINTS BAHAMIANS AS NEW CEO AND COO

Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has appointed two Bahamians to head the management team. They include a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Chief Operating Officer (COO). Whitney Heastie, has been made CEO and Mrs. Christina Alston, with over 25 years of experience in the electricity utility sector, has been awarded the title of […]

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SENATOR MITCHELL CONDEMNS FNM GOV’T

Senator Fred Mitchell has roundly criticized the Free National Movement Government for false promises and for constantly blaming the former administration for their inefficiencies. Mr. Mitchell spoke Monday night at the PLP’s central regional meeting held at Columbus Primary School where he publicly condemned the current administration for appearing productive, but lacking in what they […]

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