Archive | October, 2017

Police Warn On “Fake News”

Police cautioning members of the public on spreading ‘fake news” regarding a recent homicide on the island of Abaco.   The body of the 25-year-old mother of three Harderia Bootle, was discovered partially covered in bushes in Marsh harbor, Abaco, on Thursday.   In a statement Police said this stems from the contents of a […]

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Man Shot In Botched Robbery

Police reporting that a was suspect shot in botch armed robbery attempt over the weekend.   Reports are that shortly after 11:30pm on Saturday, a man was about to enter his home located at west Dennis court, Yellow Gardens, when he was approached by two males armed with a handgun who attempted to rob him. […]

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BAHAMIAN CERAMICS ARTIST GOES GLOBAL

Bahamian ceramic artist, Alistair D. Stevenson was featured at the Jingdezhen International Ceramics Fair in China.   Stevenson who is pursuing a degree in ceramics in Jingdezhen,  presented a series of over 20 porcelain sculptures in his “Creative Nassau” booth.   The sculptures were themed “The Fragility of Life” which is a continuing theme in […]

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ANDROS POISED FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH, SAYS BUSINESSMAN

“Break barriers! Promote success” was the theme of the 5th annual Andros Business Outlook   The event which featured many speakers seeks to bring awareness to the challenges of Androsian economy.   One of the speakers Jeff Birch, past president of the Bahamas Out Island Promotion Board, said given the history of Andros, there is an […]

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Realtor Calls For Review of Downtown

The President of C.A. Christie Realty, Charles Christie   is calling for a review of downtown Nassau.   In a press release Christie said the city of Nassau, from East Street to the Sir Sidney Poitier bridge is a stark reminder of the consequences of neglect.   “The area has steadily declined over the past 30 […]

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Press Club President Pushes For Freedom of Information Law

Under the leadership of the former Prime Minister, Hon. Hubert A Ingraham, the Free National Movement (FNM) failed to enact the Freedom of Information bill (FOI) they passed in 2007 during their time in office from 2007 to 2012. The Bahamas Press Club president Anthony Capron called for the enactment of the bill subsequently passed […]

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Protesters Berate Banks Over Fees

Protestors have joined together to peacefully voice their concern over the rise in bank fees over the last five years.   During a protest last Friday held in front of Scotia Bank and Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Bay Street, protest organizer Dr. Denotrah Archer-Cartwright told The Journal she has an issue with all the […]

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Minnis: “The PLP Cannot Change”

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis lambasted the progressive Liberal Party for what he described as “chaotic” events at the party’s convention last week.   Dr. Minnis comments came while he was giving remarks on Saturday at The Free National Movement’s Meritorious Council Members Celebratory Ball.   “The PLP cannot change, The PLP will not change; […]

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Opposition on revocation of fly fishing industry regulations

The Progressive Liberal Party is concerned about reports circulating in the fly fishing community that the Government plans to revoke the regulations which protect the fly fishing industry for Bahamians. In a statement yesterday the Party said,   “We advise the Government not to do so.”   In January of this year, the PLP government […]

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Save The Bays’ Preposterous Obsession Costing Us Millions

The Clifton Review   The Clifton Review is a tri-weekly column that examines the question of the Clifton project along with the evolution of the war between two billionaires, the links to unsavory characters, the use of the courts for personal agendas, the involvement of a political party, and the attacks on the Government of […]

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