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Bleeding gums

Do you get bleeding from your gums? Does it happen occasionally? Does it happen daily? Does it happen with pain?

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Bleeding gums

Do you get bleeding from your gums? Does it happen occasionally? Does it happen daily? Does it happen with pain?

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ACCUWEATHER: WIND ALERT FOR FREEPORT, BAHAMAS 5.30pm-11.30pm

5.30pm-11.30pm Strong east-northeast winds will continue today.

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Dorian to bring downpours to the Bahamas

WHILE former Tropical Storm Dorian is likely to remain disorganised, disruptive downpours will hit the Bahamas and continue to spread northwestward into the end of the week.

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Dorian closes in on The Bahamas

Dorian is now a disorganized tropical rainstorm racing westward through the southern Atlantic. If it returns to tropical storm status it would raise the alarm for widespread flooding, damaging winds and dangerous surf to The Bahamas.

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Best impersonation?

Re:  Man accused of impersonating pilot.

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Marriage for three

Gays should understand that most Bahamians regard marriage as a sacred institution with certain well-defined moral commitments.

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WIND WARNING: Freeport Thursday 4.15pm to 6.30pm

Tribune / Accuweather SKYGuard® Weather Alert

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Maynard: We’ll still have load shedding

BAHAMAS Electrical Workers Union president Paul Maynard believes load shedding at Bahamas Power and Light will still occasionally happen until an additional 90 megawatts of generation is brought on stream.

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SEVERE WEATHER WATCH

The Bahamas Department of Meteorology has issued a severe thunderstorm watch.

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Weather warning for Freeport 2.29pm-3.30pm

SKYGUARD® HEAVY RAIN WARNING 1210

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Minnis: I'm focusing on doing what I think is right

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said he is not focused on the four backbenchers who have occasionally bucked his administration’s agenda, sometimes in caustic tones. Golden Isles MP Vaughn Miller, Centreville MP Reece Chipman, Pineridge MP Frederick

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SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH

The Bahamas department of meteorology has issued a severe thunderstorm watch from 11:55am edt until 4:00 p.m. Friday 25th, May 2012.

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QC: ‘KYC Once’ will stop bank ‘dangling’

The government was yesterday urged to develop a “KYC Once Act” to cut through the banking industry red tape that has “left customers dangling in their business and personal lives”.

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Privy Council committee to visit at request of govt

THE Judicial Committee of the Privy Council will be in the country for five days of hearings beginning today.

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Education is the real solution

I would like to add to the discussion about crime. Crime cost The Bahamas millions annually in security cost, health, law enforcement and other related impediments. So far, the approach to combating crime in The Bahamas and the Caribbean has been combative instead of preventative.

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Retailer: US dollar payments dry up

A Bahamian retailer yesterday said US dollar notes have "pretty much disappeared" from circulation as he warned that the sector faced "a new reality" until the COVID-19 vaccine takes global effect.

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Met office warns of strong winds, dangerous lightning and heavy showers

A Department of Meteorology statement has warned of continued showers for the remainder of the afternoon and into the evening.

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Case of malaria confirmed

Case of malaria confirmed By KHRISNA VIRGIL kvirgil@tribunemedia.net A MAN diagnosed with malaria in Exuma was living near an area where health officials recorded several cases of the disease six years ago, Health Minister Dr Hubert Minnis confirmed. M

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Prisoners in Zimbabwe

IT IS tearful that Prisons in Zimbabwe are generally overcrowded and dilapidated.

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