After three hours of deliberating, a 12-woman jury tonight found Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs, Andrew Davis and Clint Evans guilty of murdering Constable Jimmy Ambrose and attempting to kill Constable Marcian Scott.
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DIRECTV has provided overwhelming evidence indicating that Satellite Bahamas pirated its programming and equipment to service over 5,800 local accounts.
After copper thieves ravaged his concrete pump truck, a business owner is urging government to close scrap metal yards until they can be regulated.
An influential church pastor is urging the government to make its position known as to whether billionaire Peter Nygard’s request to lease acres of Crown land will be granted.
Dr Arthur Porter faces fraud charges surrounding the construction of the McGill University Health Centre. His wife was also arrested by the province’s anti-corruption unit and has been denied bail.
The Bahamian Contractors Association’s president said that though the response was not poor, he was disappointed more industry participants had not taken advantage of the recent contractor’s certification course.
Despite having paid a foreign company $80 million to reduce water losses, the Water and Sewerage Corporation is still experiencing significant water leakages which is why water is being rationed each night.
An internet petition which aims to collect 1,000 signatures is urging Prime Minister Perry Christie to repeal the new processing fee for general aviation or face ‘devastating’ effects on the country’s tourism sector.
“Serious concerns” have been raised over the increased Customs fees/taxes levied on the aviation industry and government has been called on to “urgently” revisit its policy.