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BPL building shut down in theft probe

THE administration building at Bahamas Power and Light’s Big Pond office was shut down to staff and customers over the weekend, while a forensic audit was being carried out on the utility provider’s finances, The Tribune understands.

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PLP told ‘seek redemption, not justification’

THE Office of the Prime Minister has urged the Progressive Liberal Party to seek redemption from the Bahamian people, rather than attempt to explain away or justify “years of mismanaging the country”.

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UPDATED: Two-year-old girl killed in car crash

A two-year-old girl is dead after she was thrown in a traffic accident from the car her mother was driving Saturday afternoon.

Church not paid any rent despite two years of occupation by ministry

DESPITE a lease agreement being drawn up for the Ministry of Education to utilise a building owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and two years of occupation, church officials had not been paid any rent or received any money. The agreement with

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US woman among three held after drug find

POLICE arrested three people on Saturday—including an American woman—in two separate instances for drug possession. A man and a woman were taken into custody following the seizure of a large amount of marijuana. Around 1am Saturday, officers assign

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Roberts: Did Izmirlian give FNM financial backing?

PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts has called on Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis to reveal if the Free National Movement received financial contributions from former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian, as he castigated the nation’s leader over the “reckle

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Man held over ammunition discovery

POLICE in Bimini arrested a 33-year-old Bahamian man after a large seizure of ammunition on Friday. Shortly before 7pm, while on routine patrol in South Bimini in the area of a marina, officers searched a blue and white 22ft unregistered vessel dock

$10m bond switch to cease BOB stand-off

The Minister of Finance yesterday said it was “a safe bet” that Bank of the Bahamas (BOB) will drop its legal battle with the Central Bank, after it moved to comply with a key regulatory demand.