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Davis against term limits for prime minister post

OPPOSITION Leader Phillip “Brave” Davis yesterday said instituting term limits for the Office of the Prime Minister may cause the public to be deprived of who it desires to be its representative.Mr Davis added he has “no issue” with fixed election d

Bleeding, handcuffed, begging for help

A VIRAL video showing a bloodied man in handcuffs crying for help as a police officer knelt on his chest sparked outrage from social media users yesterday.

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FACE TO FACE: Green shoots of political reform - but will they be allowed to grow?

Political and electoral reform has been a hot topic for years. It is one of the few things we all agree is needed in The Bahamas. Here I am referring to changes to the system of governance, elections and representation at the government level as well as within political parties.

Office of the Spouse to be complete this month

THE Office of the Spouse of the Prime Minister will be completed by the end of the month, The Tribune understands.Patricia Minnis, wife of Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis, said yesterday she began working out of a temporary office in July.It was not

MP's wife accused of rowing with students

THE wife of Central and South Eleuthera MP Hank Johnson is being accused of berating two student activists calling for the preservation of Lighthouse Point, Eleuthera.According to claims by the students and their advisors, Wadainya Weinburger and Fra

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Minister: Activists must connect with local residents

ENVIRONMENTAL Minister Romi Ferreira has emphasised the importance of environmentalists connecting with “people on the ground” and considering the need for jobs in the fight to save Lighthouse Point, Bahamas National Trust director Eric Carey told Th

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Davis wants details over Grand Lucayan purchase

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis says he received a draft resolution for the government’s acquisition of the Grand Lucayan Resort yesterday that is short on key details.Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis is expected to table the res

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US man held after failure to declare nearly $40k

AN American man was arrested when he failed to declare $39,905 in cash at the Lynden Pindling International Airport.Police said the man presented himself to a US Border Control Officer shortly after 7pm, but failed to declare the true amount of curre