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Armed robbers steal $16K from Eleuthera business

LOWER BOGUE, ELEUTHERA — Police are searching for two men after armed robbers stole $16,000 dollars in cash from a... read more »

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Woman dies after car cashes into breakfast van

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A 59-year-old woman is dead after she lost control of the car she was driving and collided... read more »

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AG to outline government’s position and response to FTX collapse in national address

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Attorney General Ryan Pinder is set to deliver an address outlining the government’s position and response to... read more »

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Tourist dies while on vacation in Exuma

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — An 87-year-old tourist from Pennsylvania, United States died while on vacation at the Grand Isle Resort and... read more »

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OPENING UP: Labour Director says job market “opening up” in early 2023

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Labour Director Robert Farquharson said yesterday that he anticipates an “opening up” of the labour market in... read more »

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Bermuda trip to be fully paid within next two weeks

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Funding for the recent trip to Bermuda by Prime Minister Philip Davis and a delegation of government... read more »

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Former PM calls for select committee on FTX

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Former Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis believes the Opposition should call for the collapse of crypto asset... read more »

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Forensic lab facilities long overdue to protect victims of sexual abuse, says activist

NASSAU, BAHAMAS —  Activist, psychologist, and founder of the Bahamas Crisis Centre, Sandra Dean-Patterson called for law enforcement to develop... read more »

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Spanish Wells commonage hopeful about gov’t intervention on shantytowns

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The ban on building structures on Spanish Wells commonage land in Blackwoods appears to be working, according... read more »

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Ongoing dialogue between government and grocers ‘harmonious’, says Press Sec.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Press Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister Clint Watson yesterday confirmed that dialogue between the... read more »

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END IN SIGHT: Village Road Improvement Project set for December 12 completion

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Village Road Improvement Project is expected to be completed by December 12, according to Press Secretary... read more »

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Mangrove restoration project has already planted 20k seedlings in Abaco, Grand Bahama

MCLEAN’S TOWN, GRAND BAHAMA — A community planting day was hosted by Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT), as part of... read more »

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Sterling Mortgage Income Fund marks 10 years of success  

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Sterling Global Financial Chairman David Kosoy projected a successful year-end for the firm’s mortgage income fund as... read more »

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Governor General supports blood drive for national volunteer day

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A ‘pop-up’ Blood Drive with Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) was held on National Volunteer Day at the... read more »

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Securities Commission defends FTX Digital Markets asset transfer

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB) last night defended its decision to transfer all digital assets... read more »

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Munroe: RBDF officers must seek permission to resign or face imprisonment

NASSAU, BAHAMAS —National Security minister Wayne Munroe yesterday warned that Royal Bahamas Defense Force officers must receive permission to resign... read more »

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“JUSTICE SHALL PREVAIL”: Former Cabinet minister defends record amid police investigation

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Former Cabinet minister Lanisha Rolle told reporters today that she has not been approached by police as... read more »