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ELECTION DAY – As it happened

Voting in the General Election is underway – we'll keep you up-to-date throughout the day as The Bahamas goes to the polls.

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Maps and news

Get the latest weather news, maps, alerts and forecasts with Tribune242's weather section.

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Waterspout forms next to Paradise Island Bridge

This video shows the moment a waterspout appeared at the Paradise Island Bridge on Thursday afternoon.

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8PM SKYGuard | Bahamas Dept of Meteorology projected track of Invest 98 (L)

8PM SKYGuard | Bahamas Dept of Meteorology Real-Time satellite long range projected track of future tropical cyclone Invest 98 (L)

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Poll says no fee for casino entry

Bahamians should NOT have to pay a fee to gamble in local casinos, according to the majority of voters in the Tribune242.com poll.

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed to The Bahamas

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were welcomed with warm smiles and festive music at the Lynden Pindling International Airport after arriving in the country today.

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Tribune Poll: 85% want press to cover Cuban detainees case

The press should be allowed to attend the hearing of the marines in the Cuban detainees case, according to voters in the Tribune242.com poll.

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Bahamas in action before beach soccer final

Follow the Bahamas' fortunes in the CONCACAF Beach Soccer World Cup Qualifying tournament live on twitter and tribune242.com

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TUESDAY'S UPDATES: PM reverses new measures

A DAY after announcing a seven-day immediate lockdown for New Providence, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has reversed the harsh measures, allowing food stores, pharmacies, water depots, gas stations and hardware stores to open from 6am to 9pm beginning Wednesday.

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Bahamian athletes in action today

Friday is a busy day for team Bahamas at the 2012 Olympic Games and you can follow all the action on Tribune242.com.

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Rodney Moncur taken into police custody, again

Reports have reached The Tribune that Justice of the Peace and former DNA candidate Rodney Moncur has been taken into police custody for the second time in one week.

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Tribune reaches online milestones

The Tribune's online following continues to grow with the 10,000 'likes' milestone reached on Facebook and more than 5,500 readers now following on Twitter.

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Stalls and boats destroyed in Potter's Cay blaze (Video)

The Fire Department is investigating after a huge blaze destroyed several structures and two boats at Potter’s Cay on Sunday.

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Minnis rallies in readers' poll to be named best person to lead FNM

THE latest tribune242.com poll saw a big swing in the final hours of it being online.

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Southeastern islands prepared for Tropical Storm Laura

Minister of Disaster Preparedness Iram Lewis said the southeastern islands of the Bahamas are prepared and officials are closely watching Tropical Storm Laura and its track in the Bahamas.

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Make your domain your own

I like the Japanese proverb that says: “Tigers die and leave their skins, while people die and leave their names”. If this is accurate, let’s look at the significance of other name types. I am sure you’d agree that practically everyone, and everything is known, labelled, tagged or remembered by names.

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VIDEO: B.B.C. news features Bahamian family's Commonwealth judo hopefuls

Head of the Bahamian Judo Association D'Arcy Rahming is the father of three judo champions - and two of his children will be representing the nation at this year's Commonwealth Games.

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Nomination Day: As it happened

All the news as candidates nominate for their constituencies . . .

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OLYMPIC GAMES: Bahamas in action

Today sees Bahamian athletes in action for the first time at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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