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PHA launches investigation into complaint after death at PMH

THE Public Hospitals Authority has launched an investigation into a recent complaint that alleged negligence caused the death of a woman being treated at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

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Man who stole alcohol to be sentenced next week

A MAN who was caught on a local liquor store’s surveillance video stashing two bottles of alcohol into his pants’ pockets will be sentenced on Monday.

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Two dead after shooting in Eight Mile Rock

GRAND Bahama police are investigating a double homicide that took place Thursday night.

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‘Pilot’ plan for Freedom of Information

PRESS Secretary Clint Watson says the government has identified several agencies to assist with the rollout of a pilot Freedom of Information programme.

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Journalist claims sister’s death was due to negligence

SHENIQUE Miller, host of Beyond The Headlines, has criticised the care her sister received at Princess Margaret Hospital, alleging “negligence” was to blame for Swanson Miller’s death.

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Probe after plane gear collapse

THE Aircraft Accident Investigation Authority is investigating after a plane suffered a nose gear collapse in South Abaco early Thursday.

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Furlough ‘frustration’: Workers want finality

A union president yesterday warned that the 90-day extension to the COVID furlough period is “adding to the frustration” of long-suffering workers who want “finality” for their plight.

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Spartans vs Bears in Battle 4 Atlantis final

In their 2016 Battle 4 Atlantis championship run, Baylor defeated the Virginia Commonwealth Rams and Michigan State Spartans en route to the title.

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Drugs in gift boxes cost man $2,500 fine

A MAN was fined $2,500 after he was found driving around with two pounds of marijuana concealed in two gift boxes.

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Marijuana found after high-speed chase

A POLICE officer found a quantity of marijuana in a car occupied by three men who led them on a high-speed chase, a court was told.

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Jamaican man in drug arrest

A JAMAICAN male resident was arrested in Grand Bahama following the discovery of a quantity of marijuana in the Freeport area.

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‘Standard bearer’ bank put into administration

A Bahamian bank, whose new owners pledged it would be “a standard bearer” for the jurisdiction just eight months ago, has been placed under statutory administration by the Central Bank.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Pairing content with images is vital tool

MARKETERS have known this for a while: A well-suited image makes for a successful campaign. But how do images really work their magic? And how can you exploit the potential of visuals in a digital space already cluttered with countless images?

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Suspect is accused of possession of pistol

A COURT was told a police officer discovered a loaded gun under an abandoned vehicle behind which a suspect was hiding in an attempt to evade arrest.

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ALICIA WALLACE: We need more than knee jerk reactions - the route map to end gender-based violence is already there

Tomorrow is the first day of the Global 16 Days Campaign, also known as 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. This year, it comes on the heels of several upsetting new stories about gender-based violence against women and girls. Some of the stories were accompanied by video, clearly showing acts of violence and the responses of people nearby.

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Gunman kills victim outside house

POLICE are investigating the latest murder which took place on Quakoo Street last night.

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Winder stepping down as Commonwealth chief

Commonwealth Bank’s president, Raymond Winder, is stepping down to be replaced by the BISX-listed institution’s chief operating officer, Tribune Business can reveal.

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Man ‘stabbed waiter in the head’ at bar

A WAITER was left bleeding after a man struck him in the head with a pocket knife at his place of employment, a court was told.

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Suspect charged with murder

A 32-year-old man was in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday with murder.

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‘Not a dollar back’ in tax arrears deal

An Abaco district council is hoping “the third time” is a charm in persuading the Government to honour an agreement where it has “not got a dollar back” from unpaid taxes it has recovered.

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