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Carl Hield stopped in first round at Commonwealth Games

BIRMINGHAM, England: Before he could get started in his fifth appearance at the Commonwealth Games, Carl Hield was done. His opening match on Saturday at the NEC Hall didn’t last past the first round.

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Munroe: We must all do our part to fight crime

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe says the answer to addressing crime is for Bahamians to realise it is about “us” as he urged everyone to do their part in the fight against crime.

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Fernander pledges ‘aggressive’ approach in tackling crime

Police Commissioner Clayton Fernander yesterday pledged to take an aggressive approach in the fight against crime, with specific focus on tackling gang violence.

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Rashield Williams loses on points after shedding pounds to make weight class

BIRMINGHAM, England: Despite having to overwork himself to shed 11 pounds to make the weight, Rashield Williams gave it a gallant effort in his light welterweight match at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, but was a little too weak to withstand Namibia’s Jonas Jonas.

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Bahamian wrestlers don’t last long at Commonwealth Games

BIRMINGHAM, England — The encore appearance for Rashji Mackey and the debut of Thorn Demeritte didn’t last that long in their men’s wrestling matches at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. But the duo are confident that they will be back more prepared for the 2024 games in Paris, France.

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INSIGHT: Acklins gives up its WW2 secrets - in just a few hours

Found them. As extraordinary as it is, it’s really that simple.

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Commonwealth Games: Boxers Williams, Hield ready to fight

BIRMINGHAM, England — With their competition expected to start today at the NEC Building, the two-man team of Carl Hield and Rashield Williams both indicated that it’s now or never for them to get through the rounds and ascend the podium.

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Judokas suffer losses

BIRMINGHAM, England — The Bahamas’ pair of judokas, Cynthia Rahming and Andrew Munnings, didn’t fare as well as they had anticipated in the judo competition yesterday at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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FACE TO FACE: Lessons to learn from a lifetime fighting to keep our streets safe

DOUGLAS Hanna Sr has likely solved more homicides and major crimes than any other detective in the history of the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

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So should Abaco be paying VAT and duties or not, Prime Minister?

THE Abaco Chamber of Commerce president wants a three year extension to the Special Economic Recovery Zone (SERZ) order because the Customs Department keeps charging them for duty when they should not be.

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For Tamara, giving up is no option

A MOTHER-of-three who is battling stage four breast cancer has appealed for financial help to cover the cost of medical bills.

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Bahamas to host Caribbean heads of govt meeting

THE Bahamas will host Caribbean Heads of Government at the Baha Mar resort later this month, Prime Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis announced yesterday.

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WORLD VIEW: Electing a woman leader – a long and winding road

THE fight for the post of leader of the ruling Conservative Party in Britain and for the Presidency of the United States is bringing the question of women and race into sharp focus.

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Cruise ship occupancies to hit 110% by end-2022

Nassau Cruise Port’s chief executive yesterday disclosed that average passenger occupancies will hit pre-COVID levels of 110 percent by year-end 2022 and beat its own recovery forecast.

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Judokas primed and ready for Commonwealth Games

While it has been a dream of his to represent the Bahamas at the international level, Andrew Munnings said he couldn’t ask for a better team-mate than two-time competitor Cynthia Rahming to travel with him to the Commonwealth Games.

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Foundation warns people not to become “slack” in fight against HIV/AIDS; will take outreach to the Family Islands

THE Bahamas AIDS Foundation is planning to take its efforts to the Family Islands as it seeks to educate more Bahamians on the disease.

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‘Be on lookout for car robbers’

POLICE are advising the public to be vigilant and aware of their surroundings on arrival at their homes due to a trend of stealing vehicles in residential areas.

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STATESIDE: A true champion of the court and causes

BILL Russell died on the last day of July. He was 88 years old. He was also in many minds the greatest basketball player of all time.

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Man accused of attempted murder with handgun

A MAN was remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services yesterday for allegedly attempting to kill two men with a handgun.

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