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PM: “ Peace And  Justice Transcends Race” Threat Of Next Downgrade
 
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PM: “ Peace And Justice Transcends Race”

Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Hubert A. Minnis told the delegates at the United Nations yesterday that “peace and justice are as indivisible as the bond of human dignity, which transcends race, creed, ethnicity and  every circumstance of birth amidst the exuberant diversity of humanity.”  Dr. Minnis  was at the United Nations, New York, on […]

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Threat Of Next Downgrade

The Opposition  spokesman on Finance, the Member of Parliament for Exuma and Ragged Island Chester Cooper says  the latest ratings by Moody’s on the Bahamas  has said in clear language that it will downgrade The Bahamas should this fiscal consolidation plan, replete with holes, fail to pan out. He said, “Moody’s points out that economic […]

Minister Renews Commitment to Marine Environment

19 September 2018

Minister of Environment Remauld Ferreria said the only way to ensure sustainability and  the sustainable development of the country’s national resource is to base it on science and not just economic benefit. Mr. Ferreria said that The Bahamas has been committed   to the protection of its marine environment. He added that there are some […]

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PLP Searches For Candidates


18 September 2018

The  Progressive Liberal Party  has announced that it is  having its second module for aspirant candidates in Grand Bahama on the 28th September 2018 at the PLP’s headquarters in Freeport.The scheduled speakers for the occasion will be Professors Chris Curry and Michael Stevenson on the political history of the Bahamas; Edison Key; Obie Wilchcombe and Senator Michael […]

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Bahamas Faces Burdens Of External Standards

18 September 2018

Finance  Minister  Peter Turnquest said when it comes to the financial sector, The Bahamas, like any other small nation, must cope with the burden of external standards set by the world’s larger countries.  The Deputy Prime Minister said this sometimes happens without regard for national sovereignty or international cooperation that should exist.  Mr. Turnquest said […]

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Minnis Addresses Psychological Impact Of Crime

18 September 2018

Prime Minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis said  yesterday that open murders like that of Inspector Carlis Blatch have a  psychological impact on the Bahamian society.  “You can imagine what has happened to H.O. Nash and the family members, you can imagine when somebody is raped in their home, or they’re robbed in their home, the psychological […]

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POLICEMAN’S KILLER NO STRANGER TO POLICE

18 September 2018

According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Clayton Fernander the suspect in connection with this past Wednesday’s police shooting is no stranger to police. In fact, Mr. Fernander confirmed that 48-year-old Timothy Cole’s criminal record stretches back for decades. He said, “he was involved in criminal activities from a juvenile we were dealing with this individual, […]

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Bahamians Asked To Obey Immigration Laws

18 September 2018

Prime Minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday said Bahamians must obey the law  on  the issue of illegal immigrants working here in The Bahamas. Dr. Minnis told  reporters on the sidelines of The National Skills Symposium at The National Training Agency, that the issue is not that these individuals are coming seeking opportunities, as there is […]

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NYGÅRD Donates $100,000 to CancerCare Manitoba

18 September 2018

NYGÅRD International, in keeping with its commitment to support cancer research, on Friday presented a $100,000 donation to CancerCare Manitoba. NYGÅRD Vice Chairman Jim Bennett presented the donation to CancerCare Manitoba president and CEO Annitta Stenning, as part of the company’s 50th anniversary celebration event. In addition to the financial contribution, NYGÅRD donated 1500 mammography gowns […]

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Alleged Police Killer Arraigned

18 September 2018

The man accused of the September 12th murder of Aide de camp, Inspector Carlis Blatch, was yesterday arraigned before the courts. Shackled, handcuffed and under the heavy guard of plain clothes and fatigued clad officers, he was escorted into court, as dozens of curious onlookers stood behind a barricade to catch a glimpse. Once before […]

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A Stunning Monument To A Fifty-Year History

17 September 2018

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. We covered the start of this war with articles describing the battle over easement rights, the mysterious burning of a home, the blocks to rebuilding, and countless questionable court […]

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Reported Suicide In GB

17 September 2018

GRAND BAHAMA POLICE are   investigating  THE DEATH OF A WOMAN IN THE MALIBU REEF AREA.  REPORTS INDICATE THAT SHORTLY BEFORE 6PM ON SATURDAY POLICE WERE CALLED TO A RESIDENCE IN THAT AREA WHERE THE WOMAN’S BODY WAS DISCOVERED HANGING INSIDE THE HOME. POLICE ARE NOW AWAITING THE AUTOPSY RESULTS FOR THE EXACT CAUSE OF […]

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