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Witnesses to testify over death of police constable

By LAMECH JOHNSON ljohnson@tribunemedia.net WITNESSES are expected to testify in the Supreme Court today in defence of a man charged with the Independence Day murder of a police constable. Defence attorney Calvin Seymour, told Justice Roy Jones in court

Report on crime

Report on crime IN today's Insight, we present the official report on crime prepared by noted psychiatrist Dr David Allen. Some findings from this report were first published in The Tribune on March 30, 2012. Dr David F Allen M.D., M.P.H. USING a clin

KINKS 'WILL BE WORKED OUT' AT NEW MAGISTRATE'S COURT

KINKS 'WILL BE WORKED OUT' AT NEW MAGISTRATE'S COURT By LAMECH JOHNSON ljohnson@tribunemedia.net CHIEF Magistrate Roger Gomez is confident that the number of "kinks" there are to work out at the new Nassau Street Magistrate's Court Complex will be dealt

Power cuts in island washout

Power cuts in island washout By LAMECH JOHNSON Tribune Staff Reporter ljohnson@tribunemedia.net STRONG winds and rain from a pressure system in the last few days caused power cuts in the Family Islands while delaying work for a number of residents and

PLP VETERAN: NO SURPRISE AT ACCUSATION

PLP VEteran: no surprise at accusation By LAMECH JOHNSON Tribune Staff Reporter ljohnson@tribunemedia.net A FORMER PLP chairman expressed no suprise at Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham's statement on alleged corruption among some candidates chosen by oppo

Man bailed by court over Volunteer Bahamas 'scam'

By LAMECH JOHNSON Tribune Staff Reporter ljohnson@tribunemedia.net A MAN was granted $5,000 bail after pleading not guilty in Magistrate's Court to committing nearly $700 worth of fraud while impersonating a Volunteer Bahamas worker. Jerron Bain, 21, of

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'NO SENSE IN VIOLENCE'

'NO SENSE IN VIOLENCE' By LAMECH JOHNSON ljohnson@tribunemedia.net CHIEF Magistrate Gomez condemned the high levels of crime during the arraignment of several men charged with crimes committed at the New Year's Day Junkanoo Parade. His comments on the i

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Report on crime

IN today's Insight, we present the official report on crime prepared by noted psychiatrist Dr David Allen. Some findings from this report were first published in The Tribune on March 30, 2012.

STABBING ACCUSED SAYS HE ACTED IN SELF-DEFENCE

By LAMECH JOHNSON ljohnson@tribunemedia.net THE Supreme Court murder trial of an Abaco resident will end today when the case is summed up and sent to the jury. After Justice Vera Watkins reviews the evidence given during the trial, Raheem McBride will le

FORMER CANDIDATE LASHES OUT AT DNA

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net A FORMER DNA candidate has criticised his former party for comments it made about him when giving the reasons for his removal as its candidate for South Beach. Sammie "Star" Poitier, former DNA South Beach candidate

FORMER CANDIDATE LASHES OUT AT DNA

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net A FORMER DNA candidate has criticised his former party for comments it made about him when giving the reasons for his removal as its candidate for South Beach. Sammie "Star" Poitier, former DNA South Beach candidate

FORMER CANDIDATE LASHES OUT AT DNA

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net A FORMER DNA candidate has criticised his former party for comments it made about him when giving the reasons for his removal as its candidate for South Beach. Sammie "Star" Poitier, former DNA South Beach candidate

Journalist's thanks for support after brutal attack

Journalist's thanks for support after brutal attack POLICE have no leads as yet into the carjacking of Tribune journalist Chester Robards who was brutally attacked at the streetlight at Wulff and Parkgate Roads over the weekend. Receiving numerous injur

Journalist's thanks for support after brutal attack

Journalist's thanks for support after brutal attack POLICE have no leads as yet into the carjacking of Tribune journalist Chester Robards who was brutally attacked at the streetlight at Wulff and Parkgate Roads over the weekend. Receiving numerous injur

Waiting for months to see roads repaired

BY CHESTER ROBARDS Tribune Senior Reporter crobards@tribunemedia.net Harbour Island residents said they are incensed that their roads have yet to be paved following infrastructural upgrades that have been completed for months. Chief Counsel for the islan

Waiting for months to see roads repaired

BY CHESTER ROBARDS Tribune Senior Reporter crobards@tribunemedia.net Harbour Island residents said they are incensed that their roads have yet to be paved following infrastructural upgrades that have been completed for months. Chief Counsel for the islan

Waiting for months to see roads repaired

BY CHESTER ROBARDS Tribune Senior Reporter crobards@tribunemedia.net Harbour Island residents said they are incensed that their roads have yet to be paved following infrastructural upgrades that have been completed for months. Chief Counsel for the islan

Waiting for months to see roads repaired

BY CHESTER ROBARDS Tribune Senior Reporter crobards@tribunemedia.net Harbour Island residents said they are incensed that their roads have yet to be paved following infrastructural upgrades that have been completed for months. Chief Counsel for the islan

Waiting for months to see roads repaired

BY CHESTER ROBARDS Tribune Senior Reporter crobards@tribunemedia.net Harbour Island residents said they are incensed that their roads have yet to be paved following infrastructural upgrades that have been completed for months. Chief Counsel for the islan

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Former candidate lashes out at DNA

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net A FORMER DNA candidate has criticised his former party for comments it made about him when giving the reasons for his removal as its candidate for South Beach. Sammie "Star" Poitier, former DNA South Beach candidate