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Minnis snubbed by his former Cabinet

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has little public support from the people he led in Cabinet ahead of the FNM’s one-day convention next month, with most people he appointed to executive roles telling The Tribune they support Michael Pintard for leader.

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‘We got nothing, we are forgotten,’ says a survivor of the HMBS Flamingo sinking

YEARS after Cuban military jet fighters attacked the HMBS Flamingo, stirring national unity among Bahamians, some Royal Bahamas Defence Force survivors believe they have not been sufficiently recognised and are disappointed about not being compensated for what happened.

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FRONT PORCH: Our vibrant and well-tested Parliamentary democracy

Sociologically and biologically, humans are tribal by nature.

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Two men shot at Palmdale shopping plaza

TWO security officers were shot in broad daylight during an armed robbery in the Palmdale area, with Police Commissioner Clayton Fernander condemning the “bold” attack.

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Murders up by 13%

POLICE Commissioner Clayton Fernander said murders are up 13 per cent compared to the same period last year, and police will review its crime-fighting strategies and beef up patrols to clamp down on gun violence.

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FNM had ‘legacy debts we met in place’ says Pintard

FREE National Movement (FNM) leader Michael Pintard said his predecessor, Dr Hubert Minnis, left behind debts that the party is still paying off, insisting that under his leadership, “we don’t plan to leave bills for anybody”.

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National Crime Intelligence Act to be amended for new technology

ATTORNEY General Ryan Pinder revealed at Thursday’s Senate meeting that the government plans to amend the National Crime Intelligence Act to improve the legislative framework related to the intelligence aspect of combatting crime in the country.

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FTX Bahamas creditors given claims extension

FTX’s Bahamian liquidators have told creditors that they will likely have an extra 10-12 weeks until at least end-July to submit proof of what the imploded crypto exchange owes them.

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All-white Pentecost Prayer Parade this Sunday seeks to “Heal the Land”

THE streets will be painted white this coming Sunday as churches across New Providence convene in solidarity and a spirit of worship for the second all-white Pentecost Prayer Parade.

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In memory of an iconic Bahamian

It is with great sadness and sincere sympathy that I write this tribute to one of our most renowned and iconic Bahamian sons, A Loftus Roker.

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Aviation ‘didn’t cut off our nose to spite face’ in fire

The Bahamian aviation industry worked feverishly to ensure “we didn’t cut off our nose to spite our face” amid yesterday’s temporary fire-enforced fight suspension at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).

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Smoke from Coral Harbour fire halts flights at LPIA for nearly two hours

A FOREST fire in Coral Harbour caused temporary flight disruptions at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) and power interruptions across western New Providence yesterday.

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Four teams ‘in the hunt’ for GSSSA soccer title

Four teams remain in the hunt for the 2024 Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) junior girls and boys soccer championships.

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Bahamas Independence signatory and former MP Loftus Roker dead at 88

LOFTUS Roker, an Acklins native whose tough approach to illegal immigration and drug trafficking made him a defining political figure in his era, died yesterday at 88.

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Govt sends fire engine to help with Abaco fires

A FIRE truck has been sent to Abaco to help battle a major blaze.

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‘Knew in my bones’ dolphins would become victims at cay

A Bahamian environmental activist yesterday revealed she “knew in my bones” more than a decade ago that the Blackbeard’s Cay project would hit trouble with its dolphins as the main victims.

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Hurdler Pedrya Seymour making a comeback

ALTHOUGH she’s been inactive since she made her second appearance at the Olympic Games in 2021 in Tokyo, Japan, former Bahamian 100 metre hurdles record holder Pedrya Seymour is looking forward to giving it another shot. Now back in training with her original coach George Cleare in Louisiana, Seymour is working towards making the team that will represent the Bahamas at the Olympics in Paris, France, July 27 to August 11.

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Five ways to reduce inflammation quickly

Chronic inflammation is one of the most insidious causes of disease in modern society. Certain lifestyle factors increase inflammation and as a result our cells lose the capacity to function at peak performance. The result is the slow deterioration of health that often leads to full-blown diseases like autoimmunity and cancer. In this article, you will discover five ways to reduce inflammation quickly!

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