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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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MURDER TOLL: Homicides on par with last year’s count

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As this year’s homicide count levels with the number of recorded killings last year, many families are... read more »

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Cartwright renews call for clear crime plan

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — St Barnabas MP Shannendon Cartwright lamented the public is becoming tired, frustrated, and angry in the face... read more »

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Love Beyond Christmas: The Salvation Army launches 2022 Red Kettle

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As the holiday season approaches, The Salvation Army is again on the front lines, officially launching the... read more »

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Foundation “perplexed” over new National Investment Funds bill

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas Natural Resources Foundation (BNRF) has expressed “great concern” over the recent National Investment Funds Bill... read more »

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THE SEARCH CONTINUES: Grand Lucyan deal falls through as purchaser can’t secure financing

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The search continues for a purchaser for the Grand Lucayan Resort as the Electra America Hospitality Group... read more »

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Grand Bahama and Abaco prepare to ride out the storm

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Family Island Administrators in Grand Bahama and Abaco said storm prep ahead of Tropical Storm Nicole which... read more »

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Motor Vehicle Training School is prepared for new commercial driver license law

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — On the heels of the government’s announcement of a mandatory Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), Motor Vehicle Training... read more »

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LESS FOR MORE: Security and inflation top concerns for Food NGO’s

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Security has become a growing issue for Great Commission Ministries feeding program, according to its President Walter... read more »

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Nearly 100k stolen from San Salvador Post Office

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A 62-year-old Bahamian woman from San Salvador was prosecuted for stealing $95,066.04 on Monday morning in the... read more »

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New claw removal technique could help sustain stone crab population

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Recent research on the stone crab fishery in The Bahamas has identified an alternative method for claw... read more »

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DRA: $250k to $1M in Dorian supplies unaccounted for

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Disaster Reconstruction Authority Chairman Alex Storr said between $250,000 to $1 million in supplies and equipment are... read more »

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SURVIVAL: Crime consultant says youth gang association about staying alive

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A lack of parental guidance, the desire to make money, and the vulnerability to external influences are... read more »

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FNM: Grand Bahama airport repairs dragging

FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA — Claiming that the Davis administration is “dragging its feet” on repairs to the Grand Bahama airport,... read more »

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VEXING ISSUE: Tourism stakeholders call for collective effort to combat crime threat

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Tourism stakeholders yesterday warned that the country’s tourism product and the wider society are being threatened by... read more »

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Education director redeployed to UB policy institute

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Director of Education Marcellus Taylor has been redeployed to the Univerity of the Bahamas’ Government and Public... read more »

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High schoolers learn from STEM experts at BETA summer camp

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Over 55 Bahamian students from across the country in grades 7-9 were given the chance to learn... read more »

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Prison Asst. Chaplin: Recidivism on the decline

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Assistant Chaplin, Glendale Miller yesterday said the percentage of reconviction at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services... read more »