A 32-year-old man was yesterday charged with the murder of Nicartha Murphy on Independence Day.
D’javon Johnson, of Cox Way, was not required to enter a plea to the charge when he made his initial appearance before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt.
Murphy, 32, was fatally stabbed when
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday called on the government to table the five-year lease agreement it signed for the relocation of the General Post Office to the Town Centre Mall.
The government passed a resolution to lease the space on October 24,
Amid calls for the government to address disparaging comments made by Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) board member Bennett Minnis against the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday that it is a “Cabinet issue”.
WSC Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson, who
Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar yesterday warned non-compliant gaming house operators to catch up with their outstanding taxes or risk losing their license to operate.
D’Aguilar issued the threat as he opened debate on amendments to the Gaming Bill during the morning sitting of the House of
Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson said yesterday that since its implementation, ShotSpotter has provided police with over 500 leads.
This follows criticism from Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis, who questioned whether the technology was helpful in the response to a shooting in Montell
This week this paper reported the apparent suicide of a 16-year-old on Sunday and the conviction, on the charge of murder on Wednesday, of a mother who set her one-year-old daughter ablaze, resulting in injuries leading to the infant’s death. The mother’s defense team had
Since 2011, BTC has endured four CEOs and three downsizing exercises, which has single-handedly destroyed a pillar in Bahamian society.
The members of the Bahamas Communications and Public Managers Union (BCPMU) are livid at the comments that were made by CEO of Liberty Global Balan
This is a plea for the saving of the economic lives of the Bahamian Potter’s Cay licensed businesses that sell conch salad, food and drinks to many visitors and locals alike.
Their very existence is threatened by the heavy-handed and mindless reaction to a murder,
A woman who was convicted of stealing over $700,000 from the University of the Bahamas (UB) had her 15-year prison term reduced to nine years yesterday after an appeal court ordered her sentences to run concurrently.
Chimeka Gibbs, 42, who was convicted of stealing $704,580 from