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Massive load shedding is expected this weekend

MASSIVE load shedding is expected throughout the weekend and will continue until Bahamas Electricity Corporation technicians complete emergency repairs on three engines at the Clifton Pier power plant, a BEC source confirmed to The Big T yesterday.

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Soccer icon, administrator Sam Haven dies in Florida

SAM Haven, one of the country’s most prolific soccer players and administrators, passed away on Thursday in Florida.

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Govt tightlipped on BEC as August deadline arrives

OFFICIALS remained tight-lipped over the government’s decision on the restructuring of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation yesterday.

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Concern over possible delay for referendum

RETIRED Justice Ruby Nottage, organiser of the Christie administration’s constitutional referendum education campaign, said the delay of the Parliamentary vote on the proposed equality Bills is “concerning” and leaves only “a short window” to clear up points of confusion before the vote.

Pastor: God doesn't make same-sex marriage a right

PRESIDENT of the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Paul Scavella yesterday said he would “never” marry anyone in the lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender community and encouraged them to “live by the laws of the land”.

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Miller 'is reappointed as chairman of BEC'

TALL Pines MP Leslie Miller has been reappointed executive chairman of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation, The Tribune understands.

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$200m power plant needed to meet demand

THE Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s capacity to meet demand will be further crippled once the Baha Mar mega resort comes on stream if a new power plant is not constructed, BEC Executive Chairman Leslie Miller warned yesterday.

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Men’s divisional championship to wrap up Urban Renewal & Street Legends tourney

THE stage is set for the completion of the Urban Renewal Commission and Street Legends Grand Championships.

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Two face court on murder charges

TWO men were remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison yesterday after being arraigned in connection with two separate murders this year.

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BTC helps 400 students get set for school

MORE than 40 BTC iVolunteers teamed up with community leaders, educational speakers, health and grooming professionals at BTC’s 2nd annual BTC School Aid to prepare 400 students for the coming school year.