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Nottage: Christie govt most progressive Bahamas has seen

Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday the Christie administration has been the most “progressive government” The Bahamas has ever seen. While Nottage would not say if he is confident the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) could win re-election, he said, “What I can tell you is the PLP has a package of policies which are best for the ...

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Nottage: Christie govt most progressive Bahamas has seen

Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday the Christie administration has been the most “progressive government” The Bahamas has ever seen. While Nottage would not say if he is confident the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) could win re-election, he said, “What I can tell you is the PLP has a package of policies which are best for the ...

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Leslie Miller criticizes govt over foreign firm controlling BEC

Former Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday that he does not understand why the government says it “believes in Bahamians” when it is “always bringing in the foreigners”. He was responding to the recent agreement signed between PowerSecure and Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of BEC. As a part of the deal, which ...

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Leslie Miller criticizes govt over foreign firm controlling BEC

Former Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday that he does not understand why the government says it “believes in Bahamians” when it is “always bringing in the foreigners”. He was responding to the recent agreement signed between PowerSecure and Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of BEC. As a part of the deal, which ...

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Jury selected for Andros double murder trial

A jury was yesterday seated in the murder trial of four men accused of committing a double murder. Zintworn Duncombe, 28, of Fresh Creek, Andros; Cordero Saunders, 24, of Central Andros; Daniel Coakley, 26, of Fresh Creek, Andros; and James Johnson, 21, of Calabash Bay, are charged with kidnapping and murdering immigration officer Shane Gardiner and his friend Tishka Braynen between ...

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Jury selected for Andros double murder trial

A jury was yesterday seated in the murder trial of four men accused of committing a double murder. Zintworn Duncombe, 28, of Fresh Creek, Andros; Cordero Saunders, 24, of Central Andros; Daniel Coakley, 26, of Fresh Creek, Andros; and James Johnson, 21, of Calabash Bay, are charged with kidnapping and murdering immigration officer Shane Gardiner and his friend Tishka Braynen between ...

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Minnis reveals more candidates

Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis last night revealed Kenyatta Gibson as the party’s “future representative” for Golden Isles and Michael Foulkes as the FNM’s “future representative” for Golden Gates. Minnis also revealed that Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins is tipped to receive the FNM’s nomination for Fort Charlotte, and Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells is also ...

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Roberts: FNM is a scrap crew

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts last night blasted the “scrap crew” Free National Movement (FNM) and its “reckless” leader, Dr. Hubert Minnis. During a Mount Moriah monthly branch meeting, Roberts asked supporters if they can “imagine this scrap FNM crew being the government of our Bahamas”. Minister of State for Works and Urban Development Arnold Forbes is the ...

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Butler-Turner denies undermining Minnis

Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner said since she lost her leadership bid to Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis in 2014, she has kept her head down, moved off the scene and has never condemned the party’s leadership. “I challenged for the leadership and I lost,” said Butler-Turner in an interview on the Guardian Radio 96.9 FM talk ...

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