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‘Hitman’ guilty

A jury yesterday accepted the prosecution’s theory that the murder of banker Stephen Sherman was a contract killing.
After deliberating for three hours, a Supreme Court jury convicted Janaldo Fa ...

Shaunae is the new face of BTC

Quartermiler Shaunae Miller is the newest face for the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), signing a four-year endorsement contract Friday.
The Olympian, who is arguably one of the most successf ...

The Ministry of Finance has set a new goal of having the value-added tax legislation and regulations released “by the end of the month” for public consultation.
Minister of State for Finan ...

Olympian assists CAC athlete

Bahamian Olympian Andretti Bain, a relatively new business owner here in The Bahamas, knows the importance of sponsorship and supporting athletes as they pursue their athletic dreams.
Bain, the propri ...

Editorial

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Registration set for ringing of bell

As of Tuesday, March 21, there were 142,742 voters officially registered in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This information was released by the Parliamentary Registration Department in the capital i ...

Dr. Minnis hopes to end Pindling political era

The Sir Lynden Pindling high-level political era continues on today in the person of Perry Gladstone Christie, his successor at the leadership position in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP).

 

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FNM wins round 1 in campaign battle

In the final analysis, the votes when counted from the May general elections will end up being the ultimate proof of the general desire of Grand Bahamians.

 

However, last Friday when the two lea ...

Education

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Adderley spearheads St. Georges’ successes

St. Georges High School has yet again achieved national recognition in BGCSE studies. The present Deputy Head Girl has been honored for her outstanding results.

 

Krista Adderley was invited to N ...

Local authors highlight of Library Week

The First Library Week at Jack Hayward Senior High School (JHSHS) is underway and on Wednesday the students were given the opportunity to engage in conversation with three local authors.

 

Librar ...

Students’ talent on display

The art and craft students at the Jack Hayward Senior High School (JHSHS) have once again been given the opportunity to exhibit their art work off school premises for the public to view, enjoy and cri ...

Local

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Young GB chef returns with national title

The National Senior Young Chef title returns to Grand Bahama after 10 years and to the hands of the same school that won the senior division on that last occasion, Jack Hayward Senior High (JHSHS).

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National Focus

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Anti-bullying message fun and informative

Walter Parker Primary School is spreading an anti-bullying message with a week of activities.  

 

The school hosted a special assembly for its Bully Free Week on Wednesday, February 15 at th ...

Big plans for Majority Rule Day Jan 10 in GB

Plans that will include representation of all inhabited Family Islands have been made to highlight Majority Rule Day in Grand Bahama.

 

Grand Bahama Majority Rule Day Committee spokesperson, note ...

Local champions in the AIDS/HIV fight

Since 1985, The Bahamas has been involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS – promoting the message of abstinence, in the early years, and later reinforcing that message, while adding education and ...

Sports

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