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Attorney: Dion Smith vindicated after police find no evidence of wrong doing

ATTORNEY Wayne Munroe, QC, said yesterday his client, Dion Smith, has been vindicated, after police admitted on Thursday that their investigation of the former chairman of the Bahamas Agriculture and Industrial Corporation had "wrapped up with no evidence of wrong doing."

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Deputy Speaker not sure if he would have allowed tabling of emails in row

HOUSE of Assembly Deputy Speaker Dion Smith said yesterday he does not know if he would have allowed Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald to table the private e-mails of environmental group Save the Bays in Parliament.

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Probe into social media claim over Dion Smith

NASSAU Village MP Dion Smith yesterday said a police investigation has been launched into “erroneous” allegations circulating on social media that he had to be “taken down” from the Paradise Island Bridge over the weekend so he wouldn’t commit suicide.

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MP pledges new scheme to fight crime

NASSAU Village MP Dion Smith said he will launch a new crime fighting initiative in his constituency, days after a young man was shot multiple times and killed in the area last Sunday.

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NASSAU Village Member of Parliament Dion Smith said he has a problem when young politicians are ridiculed by older members of their party for speaking their mind on certain issues, particularly when they are doing so in a respectful manner and for the betterment of the country. 

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DION SMITH: Nassau Village 'frighteningly poor'

IN the House of Assembly yesterday PLP MP Dion Smith told the Christie administration that his constituents in “frighteningly” poor Nassau Village complain of not being able to “feel” the government.

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Deputy Speaker: Minnis' actions 'unfortunate'

THE actions of FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis and opposition MPs yesterday were deemed “unfortunate” by Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly Dion Smith.

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Public shows concern over Smith story reaction

SEVERAL political insiders and members of the public warned Tribune journalists to “be careful” yesterday because of how certain sections of the PLP have reacted to the ongoing Dion Smith story.

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Burying our heads in the sand: the case of Dion Smith

FIRST off, let me say I'm not about to join those calling for Dion Smith's head, or those defending the embattled Deputy Speaker.

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Agents of PLP target Tribune

AGENTS of the Progressive Liberal Party have sought to use harassment and intimidation to influence The Tribune’s coverage of the claims against Deputy House Speaker Dion Smith.

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'PLP resorting to personal attacks over Smith claims'

THE PLP has sought to use personal attacks in an effort to deflect attention from the serious allegations against Deputy House Speaker Dion Smith, the opposition charged yesterday.

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Claims of argument that led to attack on security guard

DEPUTY House Speaker Dion Smith was allegedly involved in an argument that led to a security guard being assaulted, it was claimed in a document filed in the Supreme Court yesterday.

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Who is the best man in Nassau Village?

A few weeks ago, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham personally distributed the Free National Movement (FNM) manifesto to each of the 38 FNM candidates on stage at a mass rally. He wanted everyone to have a manifesto in

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Smith sets out issues facing Nassau Village

Smith sets out issues facing nassau village PLP candidate for Nassau Village Dion Smith assured supporters that if elected, he will immediately set about addressing their concerns. Opening his constituency office on Saturday night, Mr Smith told the crow


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