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Downtown business raises cruise concern

A downtown Nassau business yesterday challenged whether the cruise lines are giving their passengers correct information as just 20 percent are currently disembarking the vessel while in port.

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DEREK SMITH: Ethics critical to good business governance

The global issues we face today are multi-faceted and interconnected, and they are becoming increasingly complex with each passing day.

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Davis: Enough to warrant WSC investigation

THERE is enough information in the public domain to “warrant an investigation” into contracts issued at the Water and Sewerage Corporation, according to Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Website content key to repeat customers

Website design is just another way businesses can show their credibility to customers. Having a beautiful website does not always ensure it will be seen, though. In order for a website to show up in the search results, search engines have to know what your website is about.

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$800 fine for marijuana

A MAN caught with more than $200 worth of marijuana must pay $800 to avoid spending three months on remand.

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Philip 'Brave' Davis sworn in as Prime Minister

PHILIP Edward Davis, Leader of The Progressive Liberal Party, was sworn in as the fifth Prime Minister of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas Friday.

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Police officer stable after airport shooting

A POLICE officer is in stable condition after being shot while on duty at Lynden Pindling International Airport on Saturday.

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Hundreds of Haitians charged in court

THREE hundred and sixty-eight Haitians were charged in an Inagua court on Monday with illegal landing.

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Suspects identified in April Jerome Avenue massacre

POLICE Commissioner Paul Rolle says officers are “actively” searching for several suspects some of whom are believed to have left town following the mass shooting on Jerome Avenue that left six men dead in April.

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The coming national crisis

There is a monumental crisis looming in The Bahamas.

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Man shot dead on Robinson Road

A MAN was shot dead outside of a place he worked early Friday morning.

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EDITORIAL: Lack of urgency in protecting Govt House

HOW secure is Government House?

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WSC: If police don’t have a complaint, we can’t investigate

ROYAL Bahamas Police Force Commissioner Paul Rolle was adamant that police have no authority to “dig into nobody’s business” unless there is a complaint in response to questions of whether an investigation would be launched into allegations at a government agency.

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Decomposed body found in car

Police are investigating after a decomposed body was found in the Sunset Park area.

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Man shot dead while walking

A MAN was shot dead on Windsor Lane last night, the second person to be killed in the area in the past two days.

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‘We need to build a research culture’

AN educator has called on new Minister of Education, Technical and Vocational Training Glenys Hanna-Martin and Minister of State Zane Lightbourne, to develop a “research culture” in the country.

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Teenage boy dies in shooting

A TEENAGE boy died in hospital after being shot on Tuesday night, police said. He was the second homicide victim that day.

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Drug police find hidden marijuana

GRAND Bahama police discovered marijuana hidden in bushes yesterday.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: All that it took to get people vaccinated was Black Friday

I COULD go so many ways this week; the material has been in abundance.

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Jailed for possession of $250,000 of marijuana

A 38-year-old man who was found with $250,000 worth of marijuana was yesterday sentenced to three years in prison.

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