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Equestrian Bahamas holds its sixth Annual End of Year Awards Ceremony

FANS of equestrian sport gathered on Saturday to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2018-2019 season at Equestrian Bahamas’ 6th Annual End of Year Awards Ceremony.

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Cooper: PM pandering to constituents

RAGGED Island MP Chester Cooper yesterday accused Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis of pandering to his constituents in a bid to score political points, and called for an apology over longstanding neglect.

Stop the WTO 'scare tactics'

WTO opponents must stop using “inaccurate scare tactics” to intimidate The Bahamas from joining world trade’s rules setter, a prominent local attorney charged yesterday.

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$22m baseball stadium finished by November

The construction of the new national baseball stadium is well on the way and, when completed, project manager Michael Foster said it will be a multi-purpose venue with all of the amenities.

Bahamian firm sets up captive affiliate

Nichol & Co, an actuarial and risk consulting firm, yesterday announced the opening of a Bahamian subsidiary focused on providing captive insurance services.

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Equestrian Bahamas holds its sixth annual end of year awards ceremony

FANS of equestrian sport gathered on Saturday to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2018-2019 season at Equestrian Bahamas’ 6th Annual End of Year Awards Ceremony.

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120 overseas workers coming in to install tri-fuel engines at BPL

THE government has given Finnish technology company Wartsila Oyj Abp permission to bring 120 workers to the country to install tri-fuel, high efficiency engines at Bahamas Power & Light’s Clifton Pier plant.

Pathologist confirms man died from single gunshot

A FORENSIC pathologist confirmed yesterday that a 40-year-old man shot and killed by police near Sisal Street west five years ago died from a gunshot to the head.

Key roles of newly elected basketball federation

AS a means of accountability, the newly elected Bahamas Basketball Federation would like to inform the general public of the key roles that our team will serve in.

Woman facing firearm charge given bail

A WOMAN charged in connection with the discovery of unlicensed firearms, ammunition and dangerous drugs at a home where three men were shot and killed by police last Friday, was granted bail in the Supreme Court yesterday.

Growth undershoot leaves 'no room' for further taxes

The Bahamian economy’s 2018 GDP growth underperformance shows there is “no room” for new or increased taxes in next weeks’ budget, a former finance minister said yesterday.

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Road expansions 'a huge difference' for commerce

The road expansion package unveiled by the prime minister will “make a huge difference” to commerce and Bahamians’ “mental well-being”, a Cabinet minister said yesterday.