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Nygard Accused Of Sex Attacks: Police Probing Six Formal Complaints By Alleged Victims
Nygard Accused Of Sex Attacks: Police Probing Six Formal Complaints By Alleged Victims

November 25, 2019

BAHAMAS police are investigating six allegations of rape made against Canadian fashion tycoon Peter Nygard.

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Two men injured in Freeport shooting

November 23, 2019

Two men in Freeport were shot on Friday night, a senior police official on Grand Bahama reported on Saturday.

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Dr Sands condemns death threats to Bishop Simeon Hall

November 22, 2019

Minister of Health Dr Duane Sands condemned death threats made towards Bishop Simeon Hall, co-chair of the Bahamas National Commission on Marijuana, for his involvement with the group in conducting research on the drug.

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Swiss man charged with possession of dangerous drugs

November 22, 2019

A SWISS man was charged in the Magistrate's court on Friday with possession of 7.4 pounds of dangerous drugs.

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Woman in hospital after shooting

November 22, 2019

POLICE are investigating the circumstances of a shooting that left a woman in hospital on Thursday night.

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Eight Mile Rock man charged with rape

November 22, 2019

AN Eight Mile Rock man was charged with rape in the Freeport Magistrate Court on Friday.

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Four Haitian men charged with breach of Immigration Act

November 22, 2019

FOUR Haitian men were recently charged in the Freeport Magistrate's Court for breach of the Immigration Act.

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Police to beef up manpower as holiday season begins

November 22, 2019

WITH the murder rate now up to 90 for the year, National Security Minister Marvin Dames yesterday said the police force will be beefing up manpower in the capital as the holiday season approaches."We have many police officers out there on the streets

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November 22, 2019

RIGHTS Bahamas has commended the Progressive Liberal Party and its leader Phillip Davis for "their maturity, open-mindedness and inclusiveness" after the opposition party threw support behind next year's gay pride event. In a statement, RB said the

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Defence Force officers arrest man with huge haul of stolen goods

November 22, 2019

DEFENCE force officers arrested a man with boxes of suspected stolen items during a routine patrol of the Marsh Harbour dock on Wednesday night.

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'Worst fiscal shape we've ever been in'
'Worst fiscal shape we've ever been in'

November 22, 2019

OPPOSITION spokesman for finance Chester Cooper estimates that the government may be $400 million below its revenue targets this year...

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Service and conduct awards

November 22, 2019

NEARLY 100 law enforcement officers were awarded medals yesterday for having long service and being in good conduct within the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services. The ceremony, held at Government House, recognised and honoured some 85 corre

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One arrest after another three armed robberies

November 22, 2019

POLICE arrested one man moments after he knocked a woman to the ground and stole her purse and are looking for the suspects behind two other armed robberies and an attempted robbery. The incidents all occurred on New Providence on Wednesday. In the

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BNT pleased to see threat of big fines

November 22, 2019

Bahamas National Trust has applauded the government for presenting a package of environment bills in the House of Assembly on Wednesday, calling them some of "the most significant environmental legislation" to date.Offenders can be fined up to $30m a

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Shane Gibson trial due to resume today

November 22, 2019

THE Shane Gibson bribery trial is expected to resume today after a couple of days of legal submissions in the absence of a jury.

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Trio held on immigration conspiracy
Trio held on immigration conspiracy

November 22, 2019

TWO women and one man accused of a litany of fraud charges were arraigned in the Magistrate's Court yesterday.

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'Living or dead, give me my son' - Desperate missing Marvin's family hire private detectives
'Living or dead, give me my son' - Desperate missing Marvin's family hire private detectives

November 22, 2019

NEARLY a year after Marvin Pratt went missing, his mother Barbara Saunders is more restless than ever. “Some nights I still can’t sleep, so I just try to keep going,” the 61-year-old said yesterday...

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More migrants are bidding to escape the turmoil and terror in HaitiMore Migrants Are Bidding To Escape The Turmoil And Terror In Haiti
More migrants are bidding to escape the turmoil and terror in HaitiMore Migrants Are Bidding To Escape The Turmoil And Terror In Haiti

November 21, 2019

OFFICIALS of the International Organisation for Migration have confirmed that there has been an increase of immigrants leaving Haiti to escape the recent turmoil.The Associated Press reported this week that more than 40 people have been killed and do

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Ballooning deficit means govt needs to borrow 507m
Ballooning deficit means govt needs to borrow 507m

November 21, 2019

THE deficit for the fiscal year has ballooned to $677.5 million because of Hurricane Dorian, prompting the government's plans to borrow $507.9 million to meet the shortfall...

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