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State of confusion

The matter concerning Parliamentary Secretary Renward Wells’ signing of a letter of intent (LOI) with a waste-to-energy company on July 4 has escalated into a ball of confusion fueled by conflic ...

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Police are conducting a manhunt to find 37-year-old murder suspect Kareem Abdul Moss of Nassau, New Providence.

A resident of # 57 Blue Hill and Cowpen Road and Spinney Road, Grand Bahama, Mos ...

A blind eye

Although Prime Minister Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis have seemingly turned a blind eye to Leslie Miller’s family-owned business paying $100,000 in cash on an outst ...

The official opening and naming of the Paul L Adderley Building on Friday, June 27, 2014 was deemed another red letter day by the Minister of Labour and National Insurance and Minister of the Pu ...

George â Jimmyâ Smith and Perry Charlton were sworn-in by administrator Brenda Bullard-Colebrook Thursday as the newly elected West Grand Bahama District Chief and Deputy Chief Counciliors.

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The historical hosting of Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) Members Meeting outside of New Providence, since the inception of the organization, marked the dawn of a new day.

BHTA Pres ...

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Revelations that the National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States has been recording every cellular phone call in The Bahamas have resulted in political mudslinging, with Foreign ...

The aragonite hysteria

President of Sandy Cay Development Co. Limited Tony Myers told National Review that claims the company is making substantial sums of money from its aragonite operation at Ocean Cay are not true.

The B ...

A call for disclosure

There is something unsettling about the revelation that the government intends to build a new $20 million building on John F. Kennedy Drive in New Providence to house the Ministry of National Security ...

A nation in crisis

Back in January — before the Ishmael Lightbourne tax dodging scandal made him a less accessible prime minister — we asked Perry Christie whether he regretted allowing the Progressive Liber ...

Behind closed doors

The regulation and taxation of the web shop sector is long overdue.

It is unfortunate the Ingraham administration bowed to the church and pulled back from its plan to do so in 2010.

Successive governm ...

Education

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Awards for BMES top achievers

Top achievers at Bishop Michael Eldon High School were honored for their achievements during the schoolâ s Annual Awards Day ceremony on Wednesday.

Among the honorees were junior and senior hig ...

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List of activities planned for Youth Month

The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture on Tuesday, September 30 announced its slate of activities for National Youth Month, which begins today at its offices in the International Building.

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State of the art wheelchair for veteran educator

The Rotary Club of Lucaya in partnership with the Wheelchair Foundation presented a state-of-the-art Drive Rebel Lightweight wheelchair to veteran educator Michelle Forbes Tuesday, during its weekly m ...

National

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PM Introduces Bahamas Carnival 2015 in GB

Prime Minister Perry G. Christie along with Minister of Tourism Obediah Wilchcombe; Minister of Youth, Sports & Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson and executives of the Bahamas National Festival Commissio ...

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