JAMAICAN reggae star Jah Cure found himself in the Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday afternoon accused of committing a misdemeanour that stemmed from an argument at the Atlantis Paradise Island resort on Sunday that was captured on video and shared thousands of times on social media.
ANGLICAN Archdeacon James Palacious wants marijuana possession reduced to a misdemeanour so it would not show up on a person’s police record, but he opposes the complete decriminalisation of the plant, saying Bahamians have more than enough vices alr
JAMAICAN reggae star Jah Cure found himself in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday accused of committing a misdemeanour that stemmed from an argument that was captured on video and shared thousands of times on social media.
A second woman has accused Wisconsin billionaire Samuel Curtis Johnson III of sexual assault.
SENATORS JoBeth Coleby-Davis and Lisa Bostwick-Dean both expressed concern yesterday regarding Bahamians having permanent stains on their criminal records for curfew infractions.
• Ya hear Nicki Minaj made iTunes history? According to AllHipHop.com, a Young Money rep revealed that the femcee set a new record for female rappers on iTunes.
I refer to The Tribune editorial (October 13) on the misinformation churned out daily by social media, which appears to result in public alarm and panic.
AS ELECTIONS near, there are certain things we know to expect in The Bahamas.
A MAN was remanded to prison yesterday after he was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court concerning a stolen $28,000 car that was allegedly found in his possession.
A 32-year-old man who was found with several marijuana plants claimed they accidentally sprouted when he threw the seeds out after smoking.
RETIED banker, economist and patriot Alfred Jarrett, pictured, died early yesterday morning after a massive heart attack.
A CORRECTIONS officer will have to seek bail from the Supreme Court after he was remanded to prison following his arraignment in Magistrate’s Court in connection with an alleged altercation at a bar off Market Street.
• Ya hear Nikko released a song about his freaky sex tape with Mimi?
PAY the fine or do the time was a magistrate’s order yesterday to an American man who pleaded guilty when charged with possession of dangerous drugs.
A MAN faces up to three years imprisonment if convicted at trial of aggravated assault concerning an alleged incident that was videotaped and shared on social media.
CONTINUING co-operation under the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative, the US Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Section organised a consultative opportunity on family court systems and digital transcription for Bahamian justice sector professionals March 19-22.
FRED Smith, president of the Grand Bahama Human Rights Association, said yesterday he was “thrilled” that the courts are “not responding” to the government’s policy change to ensure harsher penalties for breaches of the Immigration Act.
THE mothers of two men who were shot and killed during a triple homicide in Fort Fincastle on Friday night both said they are struggling to come to terms with their sons’ brutal deaths.
A MEMBER of the Bahamas team for next weekend’s Carifta Games has been arrested in the US after an incident involving a gun.
MINISTER of Transport and Local Government Frankie Campbell was recently given a proposal on a proposed traffic public safety system for the Bahamas which company representatives say aims to reduce vehicular accidents, injuries, death and property da