A POLICE shooting case in which a corporal is facing manslaughter charges made it to trial in the Supreme Court yesterday after seven years.
GUILTY was a Supreme Court jury’s verdict yesterday in the trial of a man accused of murdering the mother of his child at their workplace.
A SENIOR political figure said he is appalled at the police’s blanket denial that gang rapes have been taking place, claiming he knows a young woman who was attacked in eastern New Providence by a group of men and raped for hours.
A jury has found Rashid Dean guilty of the August, 2011 murder of Oneika Johnson by a unanimous verdict this afternoon.
OPPOSITION Members of Parliament in New Providence have vowed to install CCTV systems in the crime ridden areas of their constituencies, announced FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday.
A well-known business woman is fighting for her life in hospital after being shot multiple times and robbed of a sum on money Monday night.
ROBBERS made a daring daylight raid on the Charlotte Street branch of Subway yesterday morning, targeting an eatery that is popular with both locals and tourists, and located just a stone’s throw from the international cruise ship terminal.
INVESTIGATORS are making “extremely good progress” into the armed robbery of acting Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis and his family, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade announced last night.
THE current level of deadly violence means the Bahamas almost qualifies as an armed conflict zone, a new report reveals.
A CABLE Beach property raided by armed robbers belongs to Steve Harris, bassist and lead songwriter for iconic British heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
ACTING Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis yesterday shrugged off concerns that he was personally targeted by the three gunmen who invaded his home and terrorised his family.
PROCEEDINGS in the legal battle between a Kerzner International affiliate and a former employee over the alleged theft of $320,000 intensified yesterday when the plaintiff asked for permission to amend their statement of claim.
A MAN accused of raping a woman in a hotel room at her friend’s birthday sleep-over was acquitted of the charge by a Supreme Court jury.
THE home invasion and armed robbery of Acting Prime Minister Philip Davis yesterday sparked a flood of responses from tribune242.com readers.
A MAN was unanimously convicted of a double murder yesterday in his third trial before the Supreme Court.