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Boy shot as he plays with gun

A boy is in hospital after he was shot in the groin while playing around with a gun found inside a relative’s home, police said.

EDITORIAL: We hope a life will be saved thanks to the lessons learned from Aidan

There is no greater tragedy than the loss of a child. In today’s Tribune, we tell Aidan’s story. Aidan Roger Dupuch-Carron was born on November 24, 2015, and it was in the following July that his long battle began.

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Video shows officer hitting man in face

THE Department of Immigration’s internal investigation teams are probing the circumstances surrounding a video in which an immigration officer is seen hitting a man in the face, according to Immigration Director Clarence Russell.

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VIDEO: Police shoot into air to calm rowdy crowd

DEPUTY Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle yesterday said the Royal Bahamas Police Force is investigating the actions of two police officers who fired a dozen “warning shots” in the air to quell a public disturbance that was captured on video.

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FNM dismisses PLP no-confidence vote

THE Free National Movement has called the Progressive Liberal Party’s planned no confidence vote in Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis nothing more than an “ill-timed” piece of political theatre meant to score points with the electorate.

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Minnis: Protect the poor and marginalised

AMID the cost of living increasing in the country, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said his policy is in place to “protect the poor and marginalised”.

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Atlantis industrial action bar extended to March

The hotel union president says “the people’s spirit has not been broken” despite the court-ordered block on industrial action at Atlantis remaining in effect for another three months. Darrin Woods, the Bahamas Hotel, Catering and Allied Workers Unio

Harbour Island deal: Opponents 'to continue fight'

Opponents of a controversial Harbour Island marina project have vowed “to continue to fight” after the local council granted it site plan approval late last week.Michael Wiener, the developer behind the multi-million dollar Briland Residences and Mar

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URCA 'unconvinced' on Cable's channel licensing rationale

Regulators have slammed Cable Bahamas’ explanation for replacing eight TV channels as “unconvincing”, suggesting there were no licensing deals for their use “in the first place”.The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA), unveiling the