Two young men, both aspiring deejays, were gunned down this weekend in separate incidents that police say may be related.
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Two public schools have enrolled so many additional students this year that they are now each almost 500 students over their ideal capacity, the Ministry of Education has revealed.
Bishop Hall, senior pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church, claims that illegal immigrants would not be in the country in such high numbers without the “complicity of some corrupt persons in authority.”
ZNS reporter, Sherman Brown, has been suspended pending an investigation over his alleged representation of controversial Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard.
A security guard may have averted a possible bank robbery attempt yesterday when he trusted his instincts and called the bluff of a man posing as an undercover police officer.
Two brothers, who agreed not to deal in cocaine and ganja after being released from jail in the United States six years ago, are bragging that they are “back in business”.
A German man who is wanted back home on rape and fraud charges pleaded guilty to having 30 pounds of marijuana with the intent to supply when he appeared before a magistrate yesterday.
Sex beast bishop Randy Fraser may go free, thanks to a lawyer who allegedly “fixes” cases and a magistrate who has been accused of soliciting bribes.
Television viewers accused cable provider Cable Bahamas of “stealing signal” this week when scrambled channels showed a message from digital television provider Direct TV.