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“They want you to stay home and die.” Family of stroke victim claim he was turned away from PMH

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The family of a 58-year-old man who was allegedly turned away from Princess Margaret Hospital while suffering... read more »

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Displaced Abaconians should get special voting consideration, says MP

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Central and South Abaco MP James Albury has suggested a special allowance be made for displaced Abaconian... read more »

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Fiscal headroom “narrowing” as country stares down $9 billion debt

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance K Peter Turnquest yesterday acknowledged that the country’s fiscal headroom... read more »

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D’Aguilar: Compromise needed on mandatory quarantine

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Tourism Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar yesterday said his ministry was working hard alongside the Ministry of Health to... read more »

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Dedicated police officer “deserved” funeral service

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Officials are reportedly investigating the circumstances surrounding the approval of a police funeral held at Woodlawn Gardens... read more »

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United States donates $3.6 mil. in modular shelters, rescue boats, and construction materials for Hurricane response

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Embassy of the United States in Nassau delivered $3.6 million dollars-worth of modular shelters, medical evacuation... read more »

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Scotiabank Bahamas continues investment in technologies

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Scotiabank Bahamas plans to continue its investment in the latest banking technologies to provide greater convenience for... read more »

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Two women found dead in separate incidents on Eleuthera and NP

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The bodies of two women were found in separate incidents in Eleuthera and New Providence over the... read more »

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RBDF investigates grounding incident

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Royal Bahamas Defence Force will convene a formal Board of Inquiry to investigate the grounding of... read more »

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UB legal panel addresses roots of ‘Black Lives Matter’

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The University of The Bahamas recently facilitated a legal panel that dissected the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement,... read more »

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Bahamas “winning” as private aviation destination of choice

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas is “clearly winning” as a destination of choice for private aviation, according to a well-known... read more »

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Entrepreneur remains hopeful for tourism industry rebound

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A local entrepreneur says he is remaining “hopeful” over the tourism industry’s rebound, having had to close... read more »

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Govt. still assisting some Dorian storm evacuees

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Acting Director of Social Services Lillian Ethan-Quant said while all Hurricane Dorian shelters have closed, the government... read more »

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Young boy shot and killed in drive-by shooting

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A young boy was shot and killed during a drive-by shooting outside a residence in Nassau Village.... read more »

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British Colonial Hilton extends closure until further notice

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — British Colonial Hilton has advised staff members that it will extend its temporary suspension of operations until... read more »

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Man shot in Bimini, another stabbed in GB

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A man was shot and injured shortly before 11pm on Saturday in Bimini, according to reports. The... read more »

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Police report second attempted suicide in GB in less than a week

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Police are investigating a suicide attempt in Grand Bahama on Saturday. According to reports, officers were alerted... read more »

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Hurricane Teddy and TS Wilfred, Alpha and Beta form in Atlantic

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A Category 3 hurricane that has formed in the Atlantic is not projected to impact The Bahamas,... read more »

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Chinese workers at The Pointe expected to return home by mid-October

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — More than 100 Chinese construction workers at The Pointe development will return home in mid-October, according to... read more »

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Hanna-Martin: Extension of emergency orders is “abusive”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Englerston MP Glenys Hanna-Martin said yesterday she does not support an extension of the emergency orders to... read more »