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NPBA: Pirates defeat Pros, Stampers stop Titans

THE Triple K Stampers and the Caro Contractors Pirates won the New Providence Basketball Association’s double header at the AF Adderley Gymnasium on Wednesday night.The Stampers won the opener 96-85 over the Caro Contractors Titans, while the Pirates

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Joanna Evans named Big 12 Swimmer of the Week

JOANNA Evans has already begun to garner accolades early in her senior season for the Texas Longhorns.An honour from the Big 12 was the latest product of her recent performances.Evans was named Big 12 Swimmer of the Week after her four first-places f

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Nations Cup: Bahamas set to face Anguilla

AFTER losing its first two games in the home-and-away series in the FIFA Nations Cup competition, the Bahamas Football Association men’s national team is hoping to secure its first win.The team is scheduled to play its second straight game at home wh

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SAC senior girls clinch softball title

In the only BAISS softball championship series to go the distance, the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine clinched the senior girls’ title.SAC scored an 8-2 win over the St John’s College Giants in the decisive third game of the series at the Fre

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BISX's 20-year wait for govt debt ends

The Bahamian capital markets will take “a giant step forward” in mid-January 2019 when BISX’s 20-year wait to list and trade government debt finally ends.Keith Davies, pictured right, the Bahamas International Securities Exchange’s (BISX) chief execu

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Feeding the 5,000

AML Foods Limited held a press conference yesterday to launch its third annual “Feed 5,000 Families” holiday give back initiative and to appeal to the general public to support the cause. AML Foods Limited joined with representatives of the Bahamas F

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'Patriarchy and discrimination' still troubling The Bahamas

DEEP rooted patriarchal attitudes and discriminatory stereotypes about the societal and familial roles of men and women were flagged as a major concern by the UN’s expert committee on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination A

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Cruise ship chief praises nation - but says there is still more to do

EVEN as he called the Bahamas Royal Caribbean International’s most popular destination, RCI President and CEO Michael Bayley suggested The Bahamas is still not doing enough to reward visitors from cruise-ships with satisfying experiences.

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Man accused of double murder and attempted killing

RENALDO Hudson, 20, is on trial in the Supreme Court for the armed robbery and the double murder of a man and woman and the attempted murder of another woman two years ago during a robbery in a Grand Bahama area known as “the ghetto”. After a length

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Back to school for CH Reeves teachers, says Lloyd

EDUCATION Minister Jeff Lloyd said teachers and students returned to CH Reeves Junior High School on Tuesday after a two-week sit out was conducted by teachers.The minister said: “I’m happy to tell you that teachers returned to the classroom on Tuesd

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