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Davis’ LA Rams media strategy

With the Cincinnati Bengals set to face the Los Angeles Rams at the $5 billion SoFi Stadium in Super Bowl LVI, politically astute NFL enthusiasts in The Bahamas can see faint parallels between the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) government and the team representing the NFC.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: A parade of political promises

THIS week, as we draw closer to Election Day, the political promises were on full display.

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New Providence development ‘comes to life’ with 50% sold

A western New Providence gated community is 50 percent sold out ahead of its first home owner move in by June 2021, its developer said yesterday.

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FRONT PORCH: From Norman’s Cay to Nygard Cay

The sordid and dark chapters in Bahamian history linking Norman’s Cay, Exuma, to Nygard Cay, New Providence, are deeply woven into the political narrative and entrenched culture of corruption of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP).

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Davis aims to move quickly on oversight

OFFICIAL opposition leader Philip “Brave” Davis says there are “a lot of issues” surrounding how public funds have been spent during the Minnis administration’s term in office that need a closer look.

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INSIGHT: Did we miss out on the health deal of a lifetime?

FOR decades, Princess Margaret Hospital has struggled to provide a first-class health service for the thousands of patients it cares for.

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Toni Braxton inspires with unusual skincare routine

From naming her wigs, to using unorthodox objects to help complete her makeup look, R&B superstar Toni Braxton certainly caught the attention of many women when she revealed her beauty secrets to Vogue during a recent video tutorial.

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Kanye West – False prophet or true believer? Bahamian christians weigh in

He’s someone not many would normally associate with Sunday church services. But over the past year, superstar rapper Kanye West as slowly been building up a following for his church-like gatherings called simply “Sunday Service”. As he prepared for the release of his ninth studio album, “Jesus is King”, Kanye announced last month that he had recently converted to Christianity.

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A cry in the dark

I must say what the Lord tells me to say. I must do what the Lord called me to do. One of the greatest displeasures in this life is to live for oneself, and not for the Lord. If you’re not living for the Lord Jesus, then you’re only existing and not

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Staff raise issues over Miriam’s role

MICAL MP Miriam Emmanuel’s parliamentary mishap last week has unearthed deeper concerns over her competency at the helm of the Education Loan Authority (ELA) and the effectiveness of political appointees.

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Smith trial magistrate’s remarks on ministers: OUT OF ORDER

IT was “wholly inappropriate” for Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt to have not only criticised two Cabinet ministers for their involvement in former PLP Senator Frank Smith’s now-disposed of criminal matter, but also connect it to her decision to acquit him of all charges, the country’s lead prosecutor asserted yesterday.

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Water Corp chair denies minister’s consult reveal

The Water & Sewerage Corporation’s executive chairman yesterday denied a Cabinet minister’s suggestion he had been consulted on the strike certificates issued for both its trade unions.

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Water unions opt for strikes

BAHAMAS Utilities Service and Allied Workers Union members have voted in favour of industrial action against the Water and Sewerage Corporation.

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UPDATED: Frank Smith acquitted of all charges

FORMER PLP Senator Frank Smith was acquitted of all charges in his bribery and extortion trial on Friday, after the chief magistrate found that a case had not been made against him sufficiently to require her to compel him to answer to the allegations.

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Union leader’s ‘distress’ on anti change labelling

A Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) union leader yesterday asserted he “absolutely and totally embraces change” via renewable energy, adding that he was “distressed” to read otherwise.

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INSIGHT: The rise of a Third Force, thinking outside the box could change it all

LIKE many I remain an ardent supporter of the FNM, but like many, I too am frustrated, exasperated and discouraged at the dissonance exhibited by my party.

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Cheated by the devil’s subtle lies and darkness

The Bible is very straightforward and conspicuously coherent in admonishing the Believer adamantly in staying away from pagan practices.

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Gibson: We followed rules on firing trio

WATER and Sewerage Corporation Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson yesterday defended the decision to terminate three employees previously arraigned on, but never convicted of charges of theft from the water provider, insisting the move followed all nec

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Union calls for WSC chiefs to go

THE union representing employees of the Water and Sewerage Corporation is calling for the removal of the organisation’s executive chairman and general manager after the termination of three employees among other issues.

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EDITORIAL: International crises could affect us

IT IS unsurprising that Bahamians who are curious and well-informed follow closely the ebb and flow of the nation’s domestic politics.

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