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Man accused of injuring ex-girlfriend OPM staffer, released on bail

A 44-year-old man was granted $1,500 bail on Friday after he allegedly injured his ex-girlfriend last month.

Canadian man released on bail ahead of causing harm trial

A Canadian man who denied injuring a man earlier this year was granted bail ahead of his trial.

American man fined for heroin found at LPIA

AN American man was fined $1,000 in the Magistrate’s Court Friday after admitting to having nine grams of heroin in his possession.

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Abaco MP: Tourism nearing pre-Dorian levels

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP John Pinder said tourism on the island is nearing pre-Dorian levels, with the first two months of 2024 up 13 per cent from last year.

Body of elderly man found on GB golf course

The body of an elderly man was found at the Reef Golf Course of the Grand Lucayan Resort in Grand Bahama on Friday morning.

Fund manager to be ‘little more defensive’

A Bahamian investment bank plans to be “a little more defensive” in 2024 with its stock picks as it targets close to $20m annual asset growth in its main equities investment fund.

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Mingoes pick Baha Jrs apart with 10-0 win

THE University of The Bahamas men’s soccer team seemingly could not be stopped against BahaJrs in Bahamas Football Association action recently at the Roscoe A.L. Davies Field.

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Pintard: Stop doing business with gangsters

FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard warned the Davis administration not to sign contracts with businesses owned by gangsters, saying this would threaten the government’s reputation.

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Woman claims she stabbed former lover with a knife in self-defence

A WOMAN testified yesterday that she stabbed her former lover last year because he tried to force his way into her home.

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‘Adverse court findings are not affecting police morale’

POLICE Commissioner Clayton Fernander does not believe police morale is being affected by the increase in homicide-by-manslaughter findings concerning police-involved killings.

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Airline says fix airport or we pull out of route

A Cabinet minister yesterday revealed that American Airlines threatened to pull out of its Governor’s Harbour route expansion if $6m in airport upgrades were not completed within two months.

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Bowleg hits back on audit findings

YOUTH, Sports and Culture Minister Mario Bowleg said the government did not overspend on last year’s CARIFTA and Jubilee Games, which cost more than $7m than was allocated, according to audit reports from the Office of the Auditor General.

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04182024 OBITUARIES

Thursday, April 18, 2024

The Unsung Heroes of Sports: Athletic Trainers

IN the world of sports, the spotlight often shines brightest on the athletes themselves.

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This week's Tribune Obituaries PDF edition

Thursday, 18th April, 2024.

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04182024 EDITION

Thursday, April 18, 2024

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GB medical school’s $25m expansion to give 200 jobs

A Grand Bahama medical school says its imminent $25m expansion will create 200 construction jobs as it dismissed a legal battle with its co-founder as “a distraction”.

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‘Folly’ to release PwC’s $357m GBPA research

A Cabinet minister yesterday asserted it would be “folly” for the Government to disclose evidence showing how the $357m payment demand issued to the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) was calculated.

Lodge owner ‘can’t deal’ with BPL power outages

South Andros and Mangrove Cay residents yesterday urged the Government to “put their foot on BPL” after a 24-hour power outage knocked out all the area’s utilities and Internet service.

CARIFTA TV payment cut in half on contract breach

An upfront $50,000 cash payment related to broadcasting rights for last year’s 50th CARIFTA track and field championships was cut by 50 percent after organisers breached the contract.

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