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Bryan Morseman wins full marathon

The 10th edition of Sunshine Insurance’s Marathon Bahamas Race Weekend produced a new course record and once again received rave reviews from both local and international participants.

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INSIGHT: Beware - your own lawyer could land you in trouble

THE Court of Appeal’s president has ruled Supreme Court judges should hold accused people liable for any misconduct exhibited in court by their attorney.

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Big projects progressing well, says Turnquest

MAJOR capital work projects estimated at over $30 million on Grand Bahama are progressing well and nearing completion it was noted as Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest and Minister of State for Grand Bahama Senator Kwasi Thompson, along with other parliamentarians, toured three project sites on Friday.

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Humane Society appeals for help after motorist crashes into wall

Seven cats killed after dogs escape from their enclosures

THE Bahamas Humane Society is seeking financial assistance from the public in repairing one of its walls after a motorist crashed into it and fled the scene yesterday morning, scaring some of the dogs who escaped their enclosures and killed seven cats on site.

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Thousands raised for restauranteur after Fyre Festival documentary

A NETFLIX documentary chronicling the failed Fyre Festival has created a bonanza for Maryann Rolle, 55, a restauranteur whose story of losing thousands of dollars when the festival collapsed in 2017 resonated with viewers.

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Convicted killer's retrial ordered

THE Court of Appeal has ordered a man be retried for murdering a former “most wanted” suspect eight years ago because of its “uneasiness” about the unreliability of a police sketch and other “inadmissible material” that ultimately led to his conviction.

The Grand Bahama driver who is more like Robin Hood

IN response to being called a PLP crony and cast as a “thief”, Grand Bahama bus driver Kevin Ferguson denied the latter characterising himself as ‘Robin Hood’ – a person with a “big heart” who shares what he has with his poor fellow Bahamians.

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INSIGHT: We have deeply rooted issues we need to face and deal with

AFTER Social Services Minister Frankie Campbell made crass comments about the increase in rapes in 2018, thousands of us must have had to pick our jaws up off the floor as he ignored his ministry’s role – deeming it an issue that falls solely under national security.

NCAA Track Indoors: Athletes shine on circuit

THE NCAA Track and Field Indoor season continues and in addition to the D-1 collegians, several senior elite athletes were also in competition on the circuit.