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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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$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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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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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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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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Mom’s relief as son survives shooting

A MOTHER is breathing a sigh of relief after her son survived a shooting incident in the Nassau Village community over the weekend.

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‘Stay out of trouble after $10 cocaine find’

TWO men found with a gram of cocaine were discharged on the agreement that they would stay out of trouble in the future.

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‘No proper search and rescue for Rashard’

THE family of 30-year-old Rashard Cooper who went missing last week in Abaco is not satisfied with the police investigation and claims that a proper search and rescue was never carried out by authorities that fateful day.

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Two accused over separate killings

A MAN and a teenager were yesterday charged with murder in two separate incidents.

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Alliance seeks to help visually impaired

THE Bahamas Alliance for the Blind and Visually Impaired celebrates White Cane Day today after marking World Sight Day yesterday.

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Psychiatric test for man after statue smashed

A 37-year-old man accused of trespassing on Government House property and partially damaging a Christopher Columbus statue has been remanded pending a psychiatric evaluation.

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DIANE PHILLIPS: The surprising twist in the Christopher Columbus statue saga

ON Saturday, October 9, two days before Heroes Day, police arrested a man for destroying the statue of Christopher Columbus on Government House grounds. The act went locally viral in minutes.

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U.S.: Fox earned $300k from human trafficking

Island Luck’s co-founder allegedly earned up to $300,000 from human trafficking, US federal prosecutors have asserted, as they urged a New York judge to jail him for up to six months.

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Showing up for work with COVID is ‘mind-boggling’

CONSULTANT Physicians Staff Association President Dr Sabriquet Pinder Butler said it is “mind-boggling” that some people who have contracted COVID-19 are still reporting to work and not properly isolating themselves.

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Baha Mar to host 2nd annual ‘Baha Mar Cup’

BAHA Mar resort has announced the return of Baha Mar Cup, a pre-eminent celebrity tennis fund-raising event scheduled to take place at Baha Mar on Saturday, November 6.

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Minister pledges to redevelop parks and health facilities

ENVIRONMENT and Natural Resources Minister Vaughn Miller pledged to enhance and redevelop public parks and health facilities in Adelaide Village during a tour of the community yesterday.

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Rosa’s final words: Please pray for us

AN Andros woman is dead from COVID-19 after being airlifted to New Providence for treatment while her elderly mother remains in hospital fighting the disease.

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Activist: Disney ‘first test’ for Gov’ts words, actions

Activists yesterday said Disney’s Lighthouse Point project will be “the first test” for the Davis administration when it comes to “matching words” in Opposition to “actions” when in government.

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