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INFERNO: Colossal blaze near landfill burns through the night

Fire still burning but has been contained Authorities prepared to use all assets necessary to prevent spread to neighborhoods  NASSAU,... read more »

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Massive blaze engulfs scrap metal yard near landfill

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Firefighters were called to a massive blaze at Manpower Scrap Metal near the landfill last night. Police... read more »

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SLIPPERY SLOPE: Chief justice warns officials against eroding public confidence in judiciary

“They are at liberty to disagree with [rulings] but there’s a proper way of doing that” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Chief... read more »

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OUTRAGE: Bahamian entrepreneur “appalled” by Royal Caribbean Crown land lease

Smith remains locked in court battle over Crown land matter “I really find it in poor taste that both parties... read more »

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CONSEQUENCES: WSC sees near $13M payment shortfall due to govt’s ‘no disconnection’ directive

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government’s directive to cease disconnection of residential consumer accounts upon the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic... read more »

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OWN THE ERROR: Pintard flays controversial Oban HOA signing as “clumsy rookie mistake”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — While talk of the $5.5 billion Oban oil refinery project has been quelled in recent times, a... read more »

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TOO MANY SHOTS TO COUNT: Mother says 25-year-old son left home minutes before being killed

Expectant father was released from prison in February NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Family members of 25-year-old Stervante Moss, who was shot... read more »

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UNDER THREAT: WSC chairman slams RO operator over public relations “smear campaign”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson yesterday accused reverse osmosis (RO) plant operator Aqua... read more »

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Hanna-Martin, Dames clash in HOA over RBDF vessels in operation

7o percent of RBDF in operation NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A heated exchange erupted in the House of Assembly yesterday after... read more »

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Pintard: The Bahamas can reduce its $1 billion food import bill by $200 million

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard said The Bahamas has the wherewithal to reduce its... read more »

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Commonwealth Brewery sees 15 percent Q1 revenue drop

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Commonwealth Brewery (CBL) saw its revenue decrease by 15 percent during the first quarter of the year... read more »

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Nassau Cruise Port sails to success with Adventure of the Seas homeporting launch

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Nassau Cruise Port made history on Saturday, June 12, 2021, as The Bahamas welcomed guests boarding Royal... read more »

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UB to collaborate with New York’s Elmira College on student exchange opportunities

Institutions sign five-year MOU NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The University of The Bahamas (UB) and Elmira College (EC) marked an historic... read more »

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Man shot dead on Polhemus Street

Police urge public to be courageous and report criminal activity NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A 25-year-old man was shot and killed... read more »

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Freeport youth activist serves as editor for inaugural magazine to help save the planet

FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA — Early Literacy Research found that in low-income neighborhoods, the ratio of books per child is one... read more »

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Sandals announces appointment of director of external affairs and community relations in The Bahamas

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Sandals Resorts International (SRI) has announced the appointment of Bahamian national Wentworth “Chuck” Roberts to the post... read more »