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Favour in the midst of famine

DURING a particular period, Isaac resided in Gerar (a Philistine town) with his wife Rebekah. There was a famine in the land, besides the first famine that was in the days of Abraham. And Isaac went to Abimelech king of the Philistines, in Gerar. Then the Lord appeared to him and said: “Do not go down to Egypt; live in the land of which I shall tell you. Dwell in this land, and I will be with you and bless you; for to you and your descendants I give all these lands, and I will perform the oath which I swore to Abraham your father.” (Genesis 26:1-3 NKJV)

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Fight depression and worries

By Rev Canon Sebastian Campbell

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Four in court over Shawn Kemp shooting

FOUR men charged in connection with the first murder of 2015 said on Friday they "volunteered" to assist police in their investigations before they were allegedly detained and subsequently hauled before the courts.

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Another 80 migrants disciplined by courts

MORE than 80 migrants have been convicted for entering the country illegally or overstaying their visa this week.

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Suicide in the Bahamas

Suicide in the Bahamas EDITOR, The Tribune. It now appears that a very disturbing trend is developing in this country. I have noticed that more and more troubled Bahamians are resorting to suicide. It appears that these persons who have chosen to take

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Suicide in the Bahamas

Suicide in the Bahamas EDITOR, The Tribune. It now appears that a very disturbing trend is developing in this country. I have noticed that more and more troubled Bahamians are resorting to suicide. It appears that these persons who have chosen to take

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Suicide in the Bahamas

Suicide in the Bahamas EDITOR, The Tribune. It now appears that a very disturbing trend is developing in this country. I have noticed that more and more troubled Bahamians are resorting to suicide. It appears that these persons who have chosen to take

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Suicide in the Bahamas

Suicide in the Bahamas EDITOR, The Tribune. It now appears that a very disturbing trend is developing in this country. I have noticed that more and more troubled Bahamians are resorting to suicide. It appears that these persons who have chosen to take

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Suicide in the Bahamas

Suicide in the Bahamas EDITOR, The Tribune. It now appears that a very disturbing trend is developing in this country. I have noticed that more and more troubled Bahamians are resorting to suicide. It appears that these persons who have chosen to take

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Defeating the giant called Jealousy

By Rev Canon S Sebastian Campbell

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Keeping in touch with the Lord, our God

By Minister Monique Theresita Rahming-Burrows

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THE OFFICIAL RESULTS: GSSSA’s 24th Annual Senior Track & Field Meet

• RESULTS of the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s 24th Annual Senior Track & Field Meet are as follows:

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Have you seen Jesus?

By Rev Canon S Sebastian Campbell

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Knights and the Rattlers top senior standings

THE senior school segment of the GSSSA Track and Field Championship meet concludes today with a deadlocked tie atop the standings setting the stage for the final day of competition.The defending champion CR Walker Knights and CI Gibson Rattlers both

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INSIGHT - Grace Mugabe: An alternative view

Contrary to popular assertions, Grace Mugabe was not the undoing of her husband, Robert. He was his own undoing.

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GODS' FAVOUR, EVEN IN LO-DEBAR

By Pastor Matthew Allen 2Sam.9: 5. Then King David sent, and fetched him out of the house of Machir, the son of Ammiel, from Lodebar. HOW wonderful it is was for Mephibosheth to find favour with King David; this favour was the result of the covenant Ki

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Big Red Machine earn trip to Penn Relays

IN addition to repeating as the overall champions of the National High School Track and Field Championships, the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine booked three of the four spots for the relay teams that were awarded full rides to the prestigious Penn Relays.

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Cybots stop Pros 88-77

THE Island Luck Pros were in full force, but they were pushed to the limit by the depleted Mail Boat Cybots as the New Providence Basketball Association continued its regular season at the AF Adderley Gymnasium on Saturday night.

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Cybots stop Pros 88-77

By BRENT STUBBS

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Raptors roar ahead

THE CH Reeves Raptors seem to be well on their way to tightening their stranglehold on the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s (GSSSA) Junior High Track and Field Championships.

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