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Chinese assoc. sees drop in Chinese businesses

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Chinese Community Association of The Bahamas has seen a drop in Bahamians patronizing their members’ businesses, namely... read more »

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Unclaimed storm victims to be buried in three to four weeks

Health ministers says zero matches from DNA analysis NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Fifty unclaimed storm victims who remain in a refrigerated... read more »

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PM: Govt. will “aggressively” defend borders against illegal migration

Bahamas embassy in Haiti expected to be used as command center for CARICOM mission NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr.... read more »

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Govt. “ahead of schedule” with disaster recovery, says PM

PM and delegation return from CARICOM meetings in Barbados NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday slammed critics... read more »

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FOLLOW THE LAW: Shantytown lawyer warns govt. over North Andros

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Attorney Martin Lundy II, who represents the shantytown residents awaiting a judicial review on the fate of... read more »

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Emera suffers 2019 earnings drop by $62 million due to Dorian

NASSAU, BAHAMAS- Emera, the Grand Bahama Power Company’s (GBPC) Canadian owner has revealed that its 2019 earnings decreased by approximately... read more »

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Govt. signs $2 million consultancy contract for Glass Window Bridge

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The government has signed a $2 million consultancy contract with an engineering company for the redesign of... read more »

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No top cop needed for Tourism, says minister

Three senior cops deployed to government ministries NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Minister of National Security Marvin Dames suggested there is no... read more »

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Bannister expresses disappointment over PLP “darkies” comment, but Davis hits back

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A row erupted in the House of Assembly yesterday between Public Works Minister Desmond Bannister and members... read more »

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HOA Speaker calls for law to criminalize obscene social media posts

Moutrie says the issue is degrading “morale fabric” of the nation NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Speaker of the House of Assembly... read more »

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Education minister announces new school for East Grand Bahama

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd announced yesterday that a school will be built in High Rock, Grand... read more »

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Officials investigating school bus beating video

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Education officials are investigating a viral video clip that purports to show an altercation involving a public... read more »

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Former PLP minister to sue over Nygard allegations

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Former Progressive Liberal Party Cabinet minister Shane Gibson said yesterday he plans to take legal action after... read more »

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Mid-April timeline for marijuana survey

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A survey to codify the views of the Bahamian public on marijuana is expected to be completed... read more »

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More than 100 accusers come forward in Nygard “sex ring”, says attorneys

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Dozens more women have come forward with information related to a lfederal lawsuit against Canadian fashion mogul... read more »

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Second suspect arrest in Atlantis jewelry heist

Suspects used hammer, not firearm NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A second suspect was arrested on Monday evening in connection with the... read more »

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Police quizzed ‘several people’ on Nygard underage sex claims

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Authorities have interviewed a number of people in connection with allegations that Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard was... read more »

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EU removes Bahamas from tax ‘greylist’

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The European Union’s Economic and Financial Affairs Council completely removed The Bahamas from its List of Non-Cooperative... read more »

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Judge orders 24 axed Gaming Board employees reinstated

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A Supreme Court judge has ordered the reinstatement of 24 Gaming Board Employees who were made redundant... read more »

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Dorian shelterees headed to Abaco Family Relief Centre

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Disaster Reconstruction Authority Chairman John Michael Clarke said yesterday that Hurricane Dorian shelterees on New Providence will... read more »