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Nightclub raid nets women for solicitation and immigration offences

FOURTEEN women - 12 Jamaican and two Bahamian - have been arrested for solicitation and immigration infringements after a nightclub raid by Flying Squad officers on Friday night.

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Customers robbed at gunpoint in Freeport

POLICE in Grand Bahama are investigating an armed robbery at a business establishment on the East Mall Drive, Freeport, on Friday night.

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Bimini man 'serious' after being stabbed by woman

A MAN is being airlifted to New Providence from Bimini for medical attention after being stabbed in the chest by a woman following an altercation early today.

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Man on bicycle hit by car and killed in Abaco

A MAN on a bicycle in Abaco has been killed in a traffic accident and the suspected driver involved arrested by police.

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10 jobs to go in Ocean Club renovations; union seeks meeting with PM

TEN employees at the One & Only Ocean Club will lose their jobs to redundancy when the resort begins renovating its facilities this summer, the Paradise Island resort confirmed yesterday.

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Appeal date set for Melvin Maycock's extradition request

A MAN fighting an approved extradition request will have his appeal heard on June 30 in the Court of Appeal.

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Donna Vasyli taken to hospital and misses bail hearing

THE ordered re-hearing of a bail application for the wife of murdered millionaire podiatrist Phillip Vasyli did not proceed in Supreme Court yesterday as she was taken to hospital feeling unwell.

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Disappearance of four people 'could be linked to human smuggling'

A Bahamian man and three Costa Rican nationals are missing and police are seeking the public’s assistance concerning their whereabouts as it is suspected that their disappearance could be linked to illegal human smuggling operations in Grand Bahama.

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Buddy Hield returns to Oklahoma for senior year

OKLAHOMA Sooners guard Buddy Hield, the Big 12 basketball player of the year, has chosen to return for his senior season.

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Mudd teenager in custody after shooting at Abaco police

A MALE teenager has been taken into police custody in Abaco after he shot at police officers in the Haitian community of the Mudd.

Men injured in Freeport vessel fire

TWO men were taken to hospital with burns after a fire broke out onboard a vessel at Freeport Harbour on Friday morning.

Fitzgerald must apologise

Jerome Fitzgerald will not question the Attorney General’s decision to withhold the damning report from the residents of Marathon, and by extension, the Bahamian people at large.

Public bus system out of order

In 2012, after the fanfare of the election was over and all the appointments made, Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin said that she was committed to resolving the poor state of affairs when it comes to the public bus system. Three years later, we are still in an appalling state and there appears to be no sign of relief.

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Argument ends with two men shot and in hospital

AUTHORITIES are investigating a shooting incident yesterday morning which has left two men recovering in hospital.

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Marathon family sues Rubis

FOLLOWING reports that their private well was found to contain elevated levels of cancer-causing chemicals from an underground gasoline leak in 2012, a Marathon family has filed a statement of claim in their lawsuit against Rubis Bahamas and the former operator of the service station at Robinson and Old Trail Roads.

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The men who came in from the cold

MARK Roberts and Shaune Adderley have finally arrived home to warm weather and a warm reception from family, friends and colleagues after the Bahamian pair trekked to the North Pole and proudly planted the Bahamian flag there.

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Police officer held over sex attack on girls

A POLICE officer was taken into custody in Grand Bahama after he was accused of sexually assaulting two young girls, The Tribune understands.

Immigration chief says more money needed to deal with increase in illegal migrants

IMMIGRATION Director William Pratt yesterday issued a stern warning to illegal migrants to leave the country forthwith or face capture and deportation by officials who continue to clamp down on migration problems in The Bahamas.

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Hang time with Jordan for Prime Minister

MICHAEL Jordan, National Basketball Association legend, yesterday sang the praises of The Bahamas, a destination he has visited for the past 15 years, during a media tour of the luxury Baker’s Bay Golf and Ocean Club in Abaco.


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