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Joseph Foulkes, son of former Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes, has been found not guilty of the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl. Justice Renae McKay yesterday directed a nine-member jury to acquit the 55-year-old at the close of the prosecution’s case. Foulkes was represented by Miranda Adderley and Patrick Sweeting prosecuted. This

Abaco to be fully electrified by March

Power is expected to be fully restored on Abaco by the end of March, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Chairman Dr. Donovan Moxey said yesterday. “[W]e’re

BPL to fix ‘terrible’ customer service

Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Chairman Dr. Donovan Moxey said yesterday that the power company’s customer service is “terrible,” noting

Prison commissioner rejects staff association claims

Commissioner of Correctional Services Charles Murphy yesterday dismissed claims of victimization made by the Correctional Officers Staff Association, adding that its president

Alleged child abductor back in court

A prosecutor on Thursday asked a judge to consider holding one trial for suspected child abductor De’Edra Gibson. Gibson, 30, is

Man says he got assault rifle from American

Police caught a man with an AR-15 assault rifle the day after he got it, a court heard yesterday. Leevan Bannister

Sands: Be grateful for loan offer

Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday defended a nearly $1 billion loan offered to the government to assist with

Cooper calls for  answers  on P3 Group’s loan offer 

Shadow Minister of Finance Chester Cooper yesterday accused the government of misleading Bahamians amid questions over nearly a billion dollars that