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  • Blair Man Shot & Killed During Early Morning Home Invasion

    Police are hunting a 18-year old man in connection with the deadly home in vasion that left a 44-year old man shot to death in his home early this morning.

    According to police reports, sometime around 1:40am on Tuesday 28th October 2014, a 44yr old male resident of Richmond Avenue, Blair Estates was at home along with his family when persons unknown kicked in the front western door to his home. Upon hearing the noise, he got his licensed shotgun and went to investigate. He encountered three assailants inside his home, one of whom was armed with a handgun.

    Police say there was an exchange of gunfire between the 44yr old resident and the assailants resulting in the resident being fatally shot and one of the assailants being shot to the chest. The men escaped the residence in a silver Honda Accord.

    Shortly afterward a female driver showed up at PMH with a male passenger suffering from gunshot injuries to the chest. He was rushed into surgery and is listed in critical condition. Responding officers took the female driver of Rocky Pine Road into custody for questioning.

    Police need to see Kevin Andrews age 18yrs of Faith Avenue for questioning reference to this matter.

    POLICE are appealing to anyone with information regarding any crime, no matter how small or insignificant (the tip) may seem, to anonymously call Police at 919 or CRIME STOPPERS at 328-TIPS (8477) (New Providence) or 1-242-300-8476 (Family Islands)

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  • Tourism Minister Welcomes Chinese Investments

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    Despite concerns of some about the increasing stake ownership the Chinese now hold in the local tourism sector, Tourism Minister Hon. Obie Wilchombe says he does not share the same view and welcomes Chinese investors.

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  • Govt. Considering Stiffer Penalties For Poachers

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    Minister of Agriculture Hon. V. Alfred Gray revealed that larger fines among other policies changes will go along way in preserving local fisheries.

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  • PLP Chair Slams FNM Over Chinese Investment Claims

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  • David Allen Launches New Gambling Addiction Program

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  • Former NFL Player Inspires Inmates

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    Former NFL player Michael Cobb, challenged inmates at the Bahamas Department of Corrections to do something more meaningful with their lives after rehabilitation.

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  • British Colonial Hilton Sale To Be Formalized Today

    The Bahamian Government, and China State Construction Engineering Corporation are expected to sign an accord later today for the sale of The British Colonial Hilton Resort. The deal will be formalized during a contract signing this evening.

    ZNS News understands that the resort will still be operated by the Hilton, and retain the name British Colonial Hilton Resort. Employees were reportedly informed this week and will receive their benefits and have their tenure transferred under the new company.

    We also understand that the Chinese company won the bid over about a dozen other contenders.

    China State Construction Engineering Corporation through its subsidiary China Construction America, the state owned company building the multi-billion-dollar Baha Mar Resort. This acquisition will now means that the china-based company will own two major properties in the Bahamian tourism sector.

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  • EBOLA 1st Response Training Begins In Nassau

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    Critical EBOLA response training began on New Providence, this training is expected to be shared nationwide in the coming days.

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  • Mitchell Explains New Immigration Policy

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    Foreign Affairs Minister Hon. Fred Mitchell breaks down how the new Immigration Policy will work once implemented on November 1st.

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  • Sir Durward Knowles & Cecil Cooke's Gold Medal Win Celebrated

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    Local Sporting Authorities paid tribute to Sir Durward Knowles & Cecil Cooke, celebrating the 50th anniversary of their historic Olympic Gold Medal win in sailing back in 1964.

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