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Woman convicted of luring man to death denied bail

A woman convicted of plotting to have a witness murdered was yesterday refused bail pending appeal. Caryn Moss, 27, returns to

Air hacking regulations by March

The government intends to introduce regulations to crack down on pilots engaged in air hacking in The Bahamas by the

Prosecutors seek to appeal Evans’ acquittal  

Prosecutors intend to challenge the acquittal of an accused cop killer to the Privy Council. Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Neil Brathwaite appeared

AG reviewing stiffer poaching penalties

Those stiffer penalties promised for poachers who have been “raping” the country’s waters are under review by the Office of

PLP senators boycott Senate

A day after Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MPs walked out of the House of Assembly, PLP senators did the same

India’s 70th Republic Day celebrated in The Bahamas

India’s Republic Day was officially celebrated for the second time in The Bahamas last week, when High Commissioner Sevala Naik