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Senior exec at Albany contracts COVID-19

A SENIOR executive at the Albany resort has contracted COVID-19, The Tribune has learned. According to a well-placed Tribune source, the senior executive contracted the deadly virus from a Peruvian nanny who was taking care of his and another person

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Dairy Queen mall store closed after employee tests positive for COVD-19

DAIRY Queen (Bahamas) announced its mall store was closed on Friday after an employee from that store tested positive for COVID-19.

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Senior Exuma executive goes into self-isolation

EXUMA Administrator Preston Cunningham is in isolation after coming into contact with one of the COVID-19 cases on the island, local MP Chester Cooper said yesterday. Mr Cooper, MP for Exuma and Ragged Island, also said while Mr Cunningham had teste

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One in four need food assistance

ONE in four people in The Bahamas are receiving food assistance in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the National Food Distribution Task Force.

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‘Taxes will increase to cover debt’

A leading Bahamian banker has warned that taxes will "increase significantly" to pay for the Government's COVID-19 spending, leaving individuals and businesses left with less money "for quite a while".

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Getaway turns to regret as 79-year-old infected

A FUN getaway to Moore’s Island for the Independence holiday weekend is now a regret for Valencia Francis after the Berry Islands resident contracted COVID-19 and subsequently infected her 79-year-old mother. The annual event she attended became a b

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Police warn on selling alcohol during GB lockdown

ASSISTANT Commissioner of Police Ashton Greenslade warned that the selling of alcohol at bars and private residences during the COVID-19 lockdown is not permitted. People who break the rules will be arrested and prosecuted.

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'I'm extremely upset by these foolish decisions'

AS COVID-19 infections soar in Grand Bahama, some residents are blaming Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis for reopening the borders too soon.

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