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TRAVEL RULES TIGHTENED: COVID testing required for fully vaccinated travelers and children as young as 2

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Fully vaccinated individuals and children ages two through 11 traveling to The Bahamas must now obtain a... read more »

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OUT OF CONTROL: Coronavirus cases surpass 15,000 in The Bahamas

334 cases recorded on the weekend “More is needed to be done to stop the spread” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas... read more »

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TRAGIC END: Report reveals pilots’ “unfamiliarity” with stolen jet led to fatal crash

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A final report into a fatal plane crash in Treasure Cay, Abaco, last month determined the pilots’... read more »

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SHOW ME THE MONEY: Sands recommends govt incentivize vaccination as cases rise

“This ain’t no time to ease up; this is a time to double down on our efforts” NASSAU, BAHAMAS —... read more »

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PMH boosts capacity to care for COVID patients with assistance from Samaritan’s Purse

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The arrival of two patient care tents from Samaritan’s Purse International on Friday, July 30, 2021, provided... read more »

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GET READY TO INVEST: Nassau Cruise Port IPO for Bahamians expected in October

Maura: It is very important that thousands of Bahamians are given the opportunity to invest in the Nassau Cruise Port... read more »

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Eleuthera Business outlook slated for August 12

Tourism Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar and Works Minister Desmond Bannister to be among speakers ELEUTHERA, BAHAMAS — The ninth Eleuthera Business... read more »

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URCA issues final determination on wholesale broadband internet offers from BTC and CBL

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) has found it necessary that communications providers Bahamas Telecommunications Company... read more »

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IT’S BACK, BABY: Strong yield expected as crawfish seasons reopens

LaRoda: Poaching has also reduced dramatically thanks to RBDF efforts NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bahamas Commercial Fishers Alliance President Adrian LaRoda... read more »

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Bahamian fishermen brought in by RBDF for fishing violations

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Four fishermen were brought into the capital after they were apprehended for a fishery violation by members... read more »

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WHERE DO YOU STAND?: Bahamian activist calls on nation’s leaders to state their stance on pressing global issues

“I think each candidate needs to be accountable to the electorate for their position” Bethel-Sears: Bahamas’ human rights record has... read more »

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Head of mission to the EU talks about exploring opportunities for Bahamians in Europe

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Maria O’Brien, ambassador of The Bahamas to the Kingdom of Belgium and head of mission to the... read more »

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PM: Bahamian athletes making country proud

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday acknowledged several Bahamian athletes competing on the international stage. In a... read more »

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NO HARM DONE: Positive COVID cases on cruise ships unlikely to be “detrimental” to industry rebound, says port chief

“Our reality is that there will be people that test positive” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Nassau Cruise Port Chief Executive Officer... read more »