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News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Bahamas DPM & Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest's remarks to GB Chamber - Jul 22, 2017 - 11:57:03 AM

Our first order of business, as a government, has been to put in place a structure for good governance. Your Government is focused on fiscal discipline and sustainability, transparency, accountability, getting results in what we do as a government and ensuring that there is strong performance within the public sector.
Our aim is to ensure that there is trust in government and that people believe what we say. We want our business community and residents to know that government will provide an objective environment to help them grow and achieve wealth, safety and happiness in a well regulated and progressive economic ecosystem, free from over regulation and interference. We will amend and replace the Freeport Incentive Act with a more progressive plan.

Now, you have to do your part, also. Businesses must follow the rules as you would expect us to. Government contracts must be awarded on the basis of merit and ability, and at competitive rates. Conflicts of interest...

Community : Royal Bahamas Police Force : WANTED PERSONS

Wanted Person Posters – Grand Bahama (July 20, 17) - Jul 22, 2017 - 11:45:01 AM

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Police in Grand Bahama need your assistance in locating the following persons who are wanted by the Central Detective Unit for various offences.

The first suspect is 36 year old Javon Rajah Williams of #7 Victoria Lane, Freeport, Grand Bahama. He is wanted for Grievous Harm and Housebreaking. He stands at 5’8” in height, weighs 150 lbs., average built with medium brown complexion.

The second suspect is 24 year old Joshua Oliver of #427 Grenade Avenue, Freeport, Grand Bahama. He is wanted for Grievous Harm and stands at 5’7” in height, weighs 130 lbs. with dark brown complexion and average built.

The third suspect is Paul Simon Rolle Jr. age 31 years of #3 Emerald Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama. He is wanted for Grievous Harm and stands at 6’1” and weighs 180 lbs. with dark brown complexion and average built.

The fourth suspect is Ashley Livingston Sawyer Jr. age 24 years of #13 B...

Community : Royal Bahamas Police Force

Police searching suspect in overnight shooting & for armed robbery suspects with stolen vehicle - Jul 22, 2017 - 10:54:55 AM

Police searching suspect in overnight shooting
- POLICE are searching for a male suspect responsible for a shooting that has left a woman detained in hospital on Friday 21st July 2017...

Police searching for armed robbery suspects and stolen vehicle - Police are searching for two male suspects and a stolen vehicle following an armed robbery that occurred on Friday 21st July 2017...

Investigations are ongoing.


Community : Royal Bahamas Police Force : Family Islands

RBPF: 25 Drivers in Exuma ticketed during Police Operation - Jul 22, 2017 - 10:48:35 AM

Consistent with the Commissioner’s Policing Priorities for 2017, officers in Exuma conducted an operation in George Town that targeted motorists who were driving in breach of the rules of the road on Friday 21st July 2017.

The operation led to 25 drivers being cited for various traffic violations...

Community : Royal Bahamas Police Force

RBPF Nassau: Two Suspects in Custody for yesterday's Murder - Handgun and Ammo Seized - Jul 22, 2017 - 10:26:56 AM


Two Suspects in Custody for yesterday's Murder: Two male suspects are now in custody in connection with the shooting death of a male that occurred on Friday 21st July 2017.

According to reports, shortly before 4:00pm, two females and a male had just left a fast food eatery near the Oak’s Field roundabout, when two men armed with handguns approached their vehicle and fired several shots before fleeing on foot...

Handgun and Ammo Seized: Consistent with the Commissioner’s Policing Priorities for 2017, Eastern Division officers seized a handgun and several rounds of ammunition during an operation on Friday 21st July 2017...

Bahamas Weather

Bahamas 3-Day Weather Forecast starting Saturday, July 22 - Jul 22, 2017 - 10:18:10 AM

3 day Bahamas public forecast today and tonight Saturday 22nd July, 2017:
 
General situation:  A surface trough over Florida and an upper level low across the Central Bahamas continues to enhance unsettled weather while a broad high-pressure ridge will continue to support fresh to strong winds across the southeast Bahamas.

Special warnings:  Boaters and beachgoers should remain alert for the risk of waterspouts...While mariners and beachgoers should remain alert for the risk of rip currents at beaches mainly along the Northern and eastern shorelines in the southeast Bahamas...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Evacuation of Patients from the Rand Memorial Hospital after Fire Started in Kitchen - Jul 22, 2017 - 9:31:40 AM


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Evacuation of patients from the Rand Memorial Hospital to Sunrise Medical Centre, and Christ the King Church after fire broke out in the kitchen of the hospital on Friday. 

(BIS Photos/Vandyke Hepburn)

Community : Royal Bahamas Police Force : Family Islands

RBPF Abaco: Shooting Incident - Jul 22, 2017 - 9:11:03 AM

Police in Abaco are investigating a shooting incident that has left a male hospitalized.

Reports are that on Friday 21st July 2017, shortly after 10:00pm, a male was reportedly leaving his place of employment on Don McKay Drive, Marsh Harbor and while entering his vehicle, he was accosted by an assailant brandishing a handgun, who attempted to rob him and shot him to the upper body...

Community

Department of Labour PCRecruiter upgrade training complete - Jul 22, 2017 - 9:04:16 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas – 21st July, 2017 – The Bahamas Department of Labour has completed a series of training sessions in preparation for the launch of the upgrade to it’s local Skills Bank and Recruitment portal.  The software was first introduced in 2006, however an update and relaunch of this integral tool in the Department’s recruitment process has occurred and plans to launch to the general public is underway.  

The Bahamas Department of Labour continues to respond to the national concern of unemployment by providing access for job seekers and employers alike through this online data portal that will populate data and accordingly match candidates for suitable and available job opportunities. The upgrade is a component of the Ministry of National Security’s “Citizen Security and Justice” Initiative facilitated by a loan from the InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB)...

Community : Royal Bahamas Police Force : Grand Bahama District

RBPF Grand Bahama: Armed Robbery - Jul 22, 2017 - 9:02:24 AM

Police in Grand Bahama are also investigating a reported armed robbery that occurred on Friday 21st July 2017.

Reports are that shortly after 10:00pm, a male reported that while in the area of the International Bazaar, he was held up and robbed at gunpoint by an unknown male who robbed him of his cell phone and personal items before making good his escape on foot...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Rand Memorial Hospital patients evacuated due to kitchen fire - Jul 22, 2017 - 8:04:29 AM

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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Patients and staff were evacuated from the Rand Memorial Hospital at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, July 17 as a result of a fire in the kitchen.
           
According to Minister of Health, Dr. the Hon. Duane Sands, there were no serious injuries to patients and three staff members were treated for smoke inhalation. One of the victims, a doctor who was a part of the response team, is recovering in hospital.
           
“Ladies and gentlemen, God is good. We were fortunate that there were no serious injuries to any patient, but more importantly we have seen phenomenal dedication and professionalism by the staff of the Rand Memorial Hospital. It is a tribute to their immediate response and phenomenal teamwork that what could have been an...

Sports

Bahamas makes sporting history as CYG competition reaches half-way mark - Jul 22, 2017 - 7:31:04 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas - With the first three days of competition concluded, the Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, which close this Sunday 23 July, reach their half-way point. All nine sports are underway, across two sporting complexes, including the Youth Games’ first ever presentations of Beach Soccer, Beach Volleyball, Judo and Women’s Boxing. Over 1,000 athletes are competing from 63 countries, many experiencing their first taste of international multi-sport competition.Medals have so far been awarded in Athletics, Aquatics, Cycling (Road) and Judo, with England, New Zealand and Scotland leading the medal tally. Trinidad and Tobago have won their first ever Commonwealth Youth Games gold medal, thanks to Adell Colthrust’s 100m Men’s Final win, as have Bermuda, with Matthew Oliviera winning the Time Trial on the beautiful and baking-hot roads of New Providence.

Sales & Promotions : Flying Fish Restaurant

Flying Fish adds exciting new items to menu - Jul 22, 2017 - 7:14:07 AM

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Flying Fish is pleased to announce the addition of delicious new items to their menu. Two of them are; Fish Taco: Seared snapper, chipotle lime crema, avocado salsa, pico de gallo, house made fresh corn tortilla, spicy slaw and Burrata Caprese salad with heirloom tomatoes, reduced balsamic and basil pesto.

Enjoy the best in dining at Flying Fish, Located in Lucaya, Grand Bahama, adjacent to Pelican Bay Hotel Indoors or out, we have you covered.


Community

Junior reporters flood Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games - Jul 22, 2017 - 5:22:14 AM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas - During the first day of the games we found our experience enlightening thanks to the display of different cultures from around the world right here in The Bahamas – 63 countries over a six day period competing all together in Nassau.

Both being Junior Reporters through photographs, interviews and videos we learned about our peers and their various ethnicities. During our interviews we learned about the different disciplines, different goals and their determination to help them get further in their sports career.

From the interviews we recognized a certain trend of dedication, determination, perseverance and hard training and we took this into consideration and decided that we should do the same with our activities.

On Thursday we went to the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex where we viewed the races like Women’s and Men’s 400m medley, the Women’s and Men’s 50m backstroke along...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

The Governor General Signs the Book of Condolence for the Late Cleophas Adderley - Jul 21, 2017 - 10:50:55 PM

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Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling signs the Book of Condolence for the late Cleophas Adderley at Holy Trinity Church on Friday, July 21, 2017.

Official photos by Letisha Henderson of Bahamas Information Services...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Bahamians Wins Two Bronze for Judo at Commonwealth Youth Games - Jul 21, 2017 - 10:13:08 PM

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The Bahamas has made its way into the competitive world of international Judo, on July 19th, at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, held at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium with Kara Hanna, a blue belt, and Mya Beneby, a purple belt, both emerging global competitors with bronze medals.

Said Kara Hanna – the training is not as easy as it may seem: “it's really hard and intense, but we just really are dedicated to being the best; first in the Caribbean. I personally want to be the best in my division in the world, so I put in a lot of time.

"We train with the guys, not only females.  We train with the guys, so we can have that strength that we need to beat those other girls, who are really, really good and the competitions really help, like when we go away to travel and we compete...

Opinions

Fred Smith QC: The “Foreigner” can no longer be the Scapegoat! - Jul 21, 2017 - 7:17:37 PM

There has been a lot of agitation and blame  about “Foreigners” raping our  Marine and Fisheries Resources. In my view, this debate and blame game is  misconceived and futile. Simply blaming the "Foreigner" and focusing on "Foreign" depletion and exploitation BUT continuing to allow the same unregulated exploitation and  depletion ONLY by Bahamians, is not the answer. It is a recipe for environmental disaster.

In my view, the challenges faced in the Bahamas, by the rape, pillage, ruin and unsustainable depletion of our Marine and Fisheries Resources, and the unrelenting destruction of our Mangroves and Corals Reefs, requires rational, deliberate and careful attention.

It can perhaps be most effectively addressed by the new FNM  government adopting a more enlightened and effective approach by meaningful  consultation with those most  knowledgeable and  experienced in the field...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Move Toward Sustainable Energy with Solarization Programme - Jul 21, 2017 - 7:05:56 PM

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The Government of The Bahamas’ intention to launch “an ambitious, solarization programme” in The Bahamas over the next five years is expected to result in numerous benefits for The Bahamas as a Small Island Developing State (SIDS) as well as assist in slowing adverse effects of climate change which include more extreme weather patterns and rising sea levels.

Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Hubert Alexander Minnis said the Government, through its Sustainable Nassau Project (in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank - IDB) will “better integrate Smart Technology” to ensure that Bahamians use less energy in public buildings, schools and for street lighting.

Community

3 new members join the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation board - Jul 21, 2017 - 6:56:34 PM

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The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation has confirmed the appointments of  Mr. Dave M. Forbes; Ms. Linda Wallace and Mr. Michael Wilson as new members of The Board of Directors following voting at its June 29th Extra Ordinary General Meeting.

Mr. Vandyke Pratt, Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation in announcing the new appointments noted that they each bring deep expertise in their respective fields and collectively a wealth of leadership experience, knowledge and insights.

The Foundation is excited that we have joining our team, some strong and effective directors to assist with the good governance and to assist  us in our efforts to expand and further promote academic excellence through the Bahamas Primary School...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Urban Renewal Summer Campers Learning About Bahamian Culture - Jul 21, 2017 - 3:54:17 PM

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Some 100 plus children are enrolled in Fort Charlotte’s Urban Renewal Summer Camp and although now into week two, the numbers continue to swell.

Led by a team of 11 leaders, the children take time out of their 4-hour day to focus on the Urban Renewal Summer Camp theme “It’s a Bahamian Thing”.

“During the downtime we try to hone in on Bahamian culture to make the kids more aware of our culture and the meaning of what it is...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Donte Armbrister: Bahamian Tennis Player at Commonwealth Youth Games - Jul 21, 2017 - 3:12:25 PM

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Fifteen-year-old Donte Armbrister started playing tennis from the age of 6.  He enjoyed learning the game and practiced frequently for three years as a recreational player initially, then eventually graduated to playing on a competitive level in the sport he currently has come to love.

"Tennis is really a mental game. You have to use your head a lot," said Donte.

On July 20, Donte represented The Bahamas internationally in a tennis match at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, held at the Tennis complex on the grounds of the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Bahamas Light Industry Development Council Board Members Call on Minister Symonette - Jul 21, 2017 - 2:54:37 PM

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Board members of the Bahamas Light Industry Development Council (BLIDC) paid a courtesy call on Ministry of Financial Services, Trade & Industry and Immigration the Hon. Brent Symonette on July 19, 2017 at the offices of the Ministry.  Pictured from left: Jonathan Cartwright  -  Cartwright's Bedding; Perry Pinder - Blanco Chemicals; Christian Knowles - Aquapure; Walter Wells - Caribbean Bottling Co.; Minister Brent Symonette; Bradley Watson - Chairman/BLIDC (Caribbean Bottling Co.); Geoffrey Knowles -  Aquapure; and Karla Wells-Lisgaris - Caribbean Bottling Co.

Official photo by Bahamas Information Services photographer, Derek Smith...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Government Wants to Grow Employment Opportunities and Entrepreneurship - Jul 21, 2017 - 9:55:10 AM

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Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance the Hon. Peter Turnquest said the Government has a fundamental mandate to improve the lives of citizens and those who live in The Bahamas.

“We want to create decent employment opportunities for them.  We want to ensure that they have the opportunity to become owners in their society and flex their entrepreneurial muscles,” DPM Turnquest said...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Officials discuss prevalence of drug use among persons 12-65 yrs old - Jul 21, 2017 - 1:58:31 AM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Minister of Health Dr. the Hon. Duane Sands said the dissemination meeting for the Bahamas National Drug Assessments presents health and law enforcement officials with an opportunity to learn new knowledge generated by research on alcohol, tobacco, illegal drug use and their related factors such as perceived risk, and drug treatment in The Bahamas.

Officials discussed the results of The Bahamas’ National Household Drug Prevalence Survey 2017 during the meeting at the Paul Farquharson Conference Centre, Thursday, July 20, 2017.

The primary goal of the survey was to estimate the prevalence of the use of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, cocaine and other drugs among persons 12-65 years in The Bahamas.  Perceived drug use, consequences of using drugs and treatment...

Community

BTC to launch new Bahamian App - Jul 21, 2017 - 1:17:34 AM

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Nassau, The Bahamas. July 20, 2017. BTC continues to make meaningful investments in the community. The company is now working along with Bahamian app developer Stephen Brown to create a game just for BTC.

Vice President for Mobile, Alphanique Duncombe said, “We’ve used this opportunity to team up with local talent in the development of this app. We wanted to create a truly Bahamian experience while showcasing how talented our people can be.”

The “BTC Starmaker” app resembles market heavy hitters Snapchat and Instagram, according to app developer Stephen Brown. Brown has been in the Information Technology arena for the past five years. After starting his craft as a hobby, he

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