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Woodland leads as Tiger gets within two shots

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Two big birdies from Gary Woodland gave him the lead in the Hero World Challenge. A closing birdie on a hole that has vexed Tiger Woods put him in range of a third victory this year.

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Case discontinued over woman's shooting

THE Crown has discontinued proceedings against a 24-year-old man alleged to have tried to kill a woman eight months ago, his attorney has said.

EDITORIAL: They deserve a medal

After Hurricane Dorian, the stories were horrific.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: Why we need to grasp the benefits of medical marijuana

WITH Prime Minister Minnis’ recent stance, supporting legalising and decriminalising marijuana in The Bahamas, medicinal marijuana and its benefits to both patients and providers should also be tabled.

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Police seek help in search for missing 14-year-old girl

Police have issued a missing person bulletin for 14-year-old Desmonique Dean.

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Henfield shocked to be on loan list

SENATOR Ranard Henfield has been included on a list of people with outstanding delinquent loans to the Education Loan Authority. His name was included alongside 98 others in a notice published in a local newspaper yesterday. “We have not been able

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Dorian cause huge water damage in Marco City

MORE than 2,500 homes in the Marco City constituency sustained water damage as a result of flooding during Hurricane Dorian, according to area MP Michael Pintard. He has organised the Marco City Coalition which is assisting families with restoration

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Govt looking at alternative housing for victims

SOCIAL Services Minister Frankie Campbell said yesterday the government is looking at various housing alternatives for displaced hurricane victims as shelters are set to close at the end of this month. “There are former employers that we’re talking

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US warns Bahamas to be careful of China

WHILE the United States supports the partnership between The Bahamas and China, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale has encouraged the government to “review the financing terms carefully” of any Chinese assistance offered. Mr Hale sa