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Nassau, Bahamas - The executive board of the
Bahamas National Pride Association made a courtesy call on Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham at the Cabinet Office on Thursday, where they apprised the
prime minister on a number of the association's initiatives. Pictured from
left: Anthony Capron, Lakiesha Burrows,
Alpheus Ramsey, Dr. Ravennia Roberts-Hanna, Judy Williams, Olvin Rees,
chairman; Samantha Watson, making a presentation to Mr. Ingraham; Joanne
Johnson, executive coordinator; Dr. Bridgette Rolle, Ms. Ginny McKinney and
Much of our crime, including murder, is done by repeat offenders, quite a number of who are out on bail. Incidents of crime and murder would be fewer, and the rate of crime would be lower had we addressed earlier how to deal with this class of criminals.
Several years ago, the Privy Council in London made a judgement on how long someone can be held on remand before being allowed bail. After that, the clock started ticking on a potential surge in crime from known criminals who were now going to be free to walk the streets and commit new crimes.
There are things the FNM government could have done better on the crimeÂfront. But for the PLP to continually and conveniently lay ...
THE PLP never cease to amuse us.
Knowing the party's own free-ride history, we were surprised members would have the temerity to venture into the debate on whether Environment Minister Earl Deveaux should have accepted Prince Karim Aga Khan lV's helicopter to fly him to a meeting with the Bahamas National Trust at the prince's Bell Island development.
The prince's proposal to develop his private island, located within the environmentally sensitive Exuma Land and Sea Park, is now before the cabinet. In the public eye the reason for the flight made Mr Deveaux's helicopter ride precarious.
There were those who believed that Mr Deveaux's acceptance of the prince's ho ...
Funeral Service for Retired Administrator Livingston Austin Smith, 74, a resident of #49 B Nelson Road, Freeport and formerly of Deals Long Island will be held on Saturday, 18th September, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at The Pro-Cathedral of Christ The King, East Atlantic Drive and Pioneer's Way, Freeport.
Officiating will be Father Rudolph Cooper, assisted by Canon Delano Archer.
Interment will follow in the St. Stephens Anglican Church Cemetery, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.
Left to keep his memories alive are his wife Lena Smith; four daughters Janice Brown, Michelle Butler, Chanelle Smith and Karen Fernande;r one brother Berkley Smith; three sisters ...
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By ALESHA CADET
Tribune Features Writer
DIRECTOR: John Luessenhop
CAST: Paul Walker, Idris Elba, Matt Dillon, Michael Ealy, Hayden Christensen, Zoe Saldana, Tip "T.I. Harris, Chris Brown, Jay Hernandez
DIRECTOR John Luessenhopt, who also helped to co-write the movie had viewers excited for the premiere of his new action, crime and thriller movie Takers. The sexy lineup of male movie stars will certainly interest women, while their dates will appreciate the action scene.
Takers is a reminiscent of those typical bank robbery action movies such as The Italian Job. The movie is based on a group of five bank robbers, who it seems are impossible to catch during robberies.
The best ...
By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
AN officer stationed with the Long Island police, said the emergency runway lighting system at the Deadman's Cay Airport is in working condition, contrary to reports that they "were not functioning".
A delegation of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) that recently visited Long Island, said it was brought to their attention that the lights were not working.
In a statement released to the media, the PLP accused the government of being "negligent", and called for a full report on the operational status of all Family Island emergency runway lighting systems.
The PLP also called the gover ...
By JAMMAL SMITH
Guardian Business Reporter
Negotiations for the purchase of the Walker's Cay resort have come to a standstill, with the primary bidder for the site claiming that the seller is making the process to close the deal on the multimillion dollar project more difficult.
Principal of the offshore developer Victoria House IBC, Scott Ronning, told Guardian Business that little progress has been made on finalizing an agreement to purchase the Walker's Cay resort in Abaco.
He claims that the seller of the property is making demands that are becoming hard for his group to meet. Walker's Cay has been owned by
the Abplanalp family from New York and their ...
By LEDEDRA MARCHE
Senior FN Reporter
Two Progressive Liberal Party MPs charged yesterday that the government sent police investigators to a Grand Bahama primary school to interrogate and intimidate teachers after they met with the parliamentarians recently.
However, Minister of Education Desmond Bannister said in the House of Assembly that he at no time told anyone to visit any school to conduct any investigation.
Fort Charlotte MP Alfred Sears, Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell and PLP Senator Dr. Michael Darville visited Walter Parker Primary School on September 9 and met with teachers and staff.
Mitchell told the media at that time that they were on island to visit the school on re ...