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Witness questioned over account of Kurt McCartney killing

A WITNESS' credibility and recollection of how businessman Kurt McCartney met his death was significantly challenged in Supreme Court on Friday by lawyers for those accused of the killing.

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VIDEO: THE TRIBUNE'S TOP 5 - your countdown of the week's big stories

Khrisna Virgil reviews the big stories that had the Bahamas talking this week.

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Your 28-page Weekend section is now online!

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Syracuse beat Texas for Battle 4 Atlantis title

They were prohibited from NCAA postseason play last season, but Syracuse made the most of their first tournament in over a year, highlighted by two wins over ranked teams.

Spreading the gospel through ‘Riddles, Poems and Stories’

To be a Christian and not read the Holy Bible is counterproductive to one’s spiritual growth.

Calvary Deliverance Church to celebrate pastoral appreciation

CALVARY Deliverance Church will celebrate its third Pastoral Appreciation Services next week under the Theme “Celebrating the Labourers That Dwell among Us” taken from 1st Thessalonians 5:12-13.

Call for a National Day of Prayer and Thanksgiving in January

THE Bahamas Global Impact Prayer and Fasting Network and affiliate organisations have launched a campaign to have the January 10 public holiday observed as a National Day of Prayer and Thanksgiving for the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

Stuart Manor Primary worships at Ebenezer

STUART Manor Primary School Principal Margaret Woodside, along with Marlene Hall, Olive McPhee, Shantel McKenzie, parents and students, recently visited Ebenezer Union Baptist in Exuma to worship God and thank Him for His guidance, protection and wisdom.

Daughters of Abraham conference grows bigger and better

CELEBRATING their annual conference for the 13th time, the Daughters of Abraham ministry at Mt Pleasant Green Baptist Church is recognising this year’s observance as their best yet.

ACM evening of dining, dancing to raise funds

THE Anglican Church Men Council, Diocese of The Bahamas, Turks & Caicos Islands, will host its first “Evening of Fine Dining and Dancing” tomorrow night at The Holy Trinity Activity Centre.

God says it’s time to let go

THERE are certain folks that must be removed from your life if it is your desire to make progress.

Bahamians should give thanks - for the right reasons

SOMEONE asked “If you are doing something, shouldn’t you know what you are doing?”

MEDITATION: When we see the Lord

ONE day we will see the Lord, and what a day that will be.

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Man in hospital after shooting

A MAN is in hospital nursing gunshot wounds after being fired at by two men in a burgundy Honda Accord on Thursday evening.

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Student 'stabbed at COB function'

POLICE are investigating a stabbing incident at the College of the Bahamas (COB) on Thursday night.

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Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency to hold conference in the Bahamas

THE Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) will hold its ninth annual Caribbean Conference on Comprehensive Disaster Management in New Providence on Monday.

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Mother searches for son, 16, missing for a month

AN ANXIOUS mother has spent nearly a month looking for her 16-year-old son, who has gone missing in New Providence.

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Attorneys disagree on impact of Supreme Court immigration ruling

PROMINENT attorneys yesterday disputed the impact of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Isaacs’ recent immigration ruling that some say may have important implications for how the government executes immigration policies in the Bahamas.

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Acclaimed film ‘Carol’ to open the 12th Bahamas International Film Festival

DAYS before the opening credits start to roll on the 12th annual Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF), organisers of the prestigious event have announced that the opening film will be ‘Carol’ and the closing feature will be ‘Janis: Little Girl Blue’’.

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Almost all power is restored to Long Island after Hurricane Joaquin

NEARLY 100 per cent of customers on Long Island affected by Hurricane Joaquin have had their power restored by the Bahamas Elecricity Corporation (BEC).


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