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WHAT REPORT?: Former Minnis administration had BPL board probe since November 2020

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government is reviewing an external report conducted by a foreign organization into the controversial termination of... read more »

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ENTERING THE RACE: Iram Lewis announces run for FNM leader as party turns 50

Lewis pledges to get FNM “back on track” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Central Grand Bahama MP Iram Lewis, one of the... read more »

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INJURED AND FORGOTTEN: Nurse electrically shocked in ICU has yet to receive MRI

Bahamas Nurses Union lament management for failing to expedite process NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A nurse, who sustained an electrical shock... read more »

Business

PM “engaging with experts” to formulate position on oil drilling

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Philip Davis is “engaging with experts” to determine his administration’s position on oil drilling going... read more »

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Former admin claims “strong foundation” left for Prospect Ridge development

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Senator Viana Gardiner yesterday fired back against claims by Housing Minister JoBeth Coleby-Davis that nothing has been... read more »

Business

Housing: Government moving ahead with 21-lot Abaco development

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government is moving ahead with a 21-lot subdivision in Spring City, Abaco, according to Housing  Minister... read more »

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Government launches successful free COVID-19 testing pilot program on Inagua

MATTHEW TOWN, INAGUA — The government’s free COVID-19 testing program was launched in Inagua yesterday. Inagua was selected as the... read more »

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‘NOBODY CALLED ME’: Grieving mother recounts tragedy of baby girl’s death at PMH

Protest planned for Saturday in Rawson Square at 12pm NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Amidst renewed concerns surrounding the treatment of women... read more »

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‘Rationale is Clear’: PLP administration will keep Office of the Spouse of The Prime Minister despite criticisms

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Davis administration has decided to keep the Office of The Spouse of the Prime Minister, confirmed... read more »

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FREE COVID TESTING LAUNCHES: Pilot programme to begin on Inagua today

“We have reached out to the private sector to launch our free testing programme” Darville: Benefit of free testing to... read more »

Business

NO APPROVALS HERE: Govt opposes power rate hike on GB; Cabinet committee to review matter

“The government of The Bahamas will not support any rate increase on any portion of the customer base on Grand... read more »

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‘SOMEONE FORGOT’: Health minister says vaccine delivery got delayed due to missed application

“Now with negotiations, it will be here in the first week of November, thank God” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas’... read more »

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READY TO RESUME: Public schools ready for face-to-face learning once health officials give green light

Frequent COVID testing being considered for reopening of schools and return to face-to-face learning NASSAU, BAHAMAS — While the majority... read more »

Editorials

THE READ: GB CORAL FARM PUTS COUNTRY BACK IN THE GLOBAL CLIMATE SPOTLIGHT — WHAT WILL WE DO WITH IT?

Grand Bahama-based coral restoration farm lands inaugural £1 million Earthshot Prize FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA — Transmuting the country from victim... read more »