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Police establish WhatsApp number due to high volume of 311 calls

The police wish to inform the public that, due to the high volume of calls to their 311 number, many people are not getting through to the COVID-19 Command Center.

Patient’s death investigated

A GRAND Bahama resident with COVID-19 died overnight and officials are investigating whether the death was related to the virus.

Elizabeth Estates Clinic reopened after temporary closure

THE Ministry of Health has announced that the Elizabeth Estates Clinic, which was temporarily closed for cleaning, was reopened to the general public on Tuesday.

Special flight to London for British tourists, short-term visitors

THE British High Commission in Nassau has announced a special flight to take remaining British tourists and short-term visitors back to London.

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Man charged with attempted murder, violating curfew

A MAN was arraigned at the Magistrate Court on Friday for attempted murder and violating curfew.

EDITORIAL: Where's the firm 'no' we gave to the Braemar?

YOU would be forgiven if you were not comforted by the words of Renward Wells MP with regard to cruise ships.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: Shopping by alphabet? My name starts with Z!

THIS week, the ‘Corona Chronicles’ continue.

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Five-year-old child and woman in hospital after latest shooting

A WOMAN and a five-year-old child are in hospital after being shot near a home in Elizabeth Estates yesterday morning, police have said. According to reports, shortly before 10am yesterday, the woman and child had just arrived at a home on Nauri Cre

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Fusion employees 'tired of excuses'

FUSION employees recently placed on unpaid leave amid the COVID-19 crisis have hit out at owners of the entertainment centre, saying they are tired of “excuses” about payroll.Last week, the superplex told its employees Fusion was facing a payroll def