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THE home invasion and armed robbery of Acting Prime Minister Philip Davis yesterday sparked a flood of responses from tribune242.com readers.
A MAN was unanimously convicted of a double murder yesterday in his third trial before the Supreme Court.
A COMPANY affiliated with Kerzner International began legal action in the Supreme Court yesterday against a former employee for $320,000, claimed to have been stolen from the company over a seven-year period.
RESEARCH conducted in Bimini over almost two decades shows that female lemon sharks born there returned 15 years later to give birth to their own young – confirming this behaviour for the first time in sharks.
ARMED gun men escaped with an undetermined amount of church funds after they held up Deputy Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis and his wife Ann Marie at their home yesterday.
LEADERS in politics and law enforcement are to blame for the high rate of crime and corruption plaguing the country because they have “put a spin” on the severity of the situation, according to anti-crime activist Rev CB Moss.
DNA leader Branville McCartney said the government must declare war on crime, or the citizens of the Bahamas will never be safe.
THE Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) is still polling Family Island teachers to determine if it should invite Department of Labour representatives to conduct a strike vote, BUT president Belinda Wilson said in a statement yesterday.
The body of a man and a vessel were discovered on the beach in the Holmes Rock area early Tuesday morning.
A WOMAN was gunned down in the street last night and rushed to hospital suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.