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Murphy: No glass found in prison meals

BAHAMAS Department of Correctional Services Commissioner Charles Murphy said “there is no truth” about claims of small pieces of broken glass being found in inmates’ food. “What I’ve learned (is) that there’s nothing, no fact to that statement,” Com

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T...Find out what it means to the ‘Foxy Ladies’

New Bahamian rom-com premieres this Valentine’s Day

A battle of the sexes is brewing in a new Bahamian film set to premiere this Valentine’s Day.

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Bloated health insurance

Re: All Homes Must Have Insurance’: Leading Insurer Warns Mandatory Cover Has To Be On Agenda After Dorian. – Tribune, Wednesday, Feb 5th.

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This week's Obituaries Section now online

The Tribune's online obituaries are updated every week.

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Furniture store aids plastics end drive

A Bahamian furniture store is backing the government’s single-use plastics ban by offering complementary reusable bags to consumers as long as supplies last. Oasis Furniture sad its bag campaign is part of a broader sustainability effort that it pra

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'We don't want the Valley Boys to boycott Junkanoo'

JUNKANOO Corporation of New Providence Chairman Dion Miller is “disappointed” with the Valley Boys’ threat to boycott further parades after the official 2019 Boxing Day results placed the Shell Saxons as victors of the parade.“We don’t need that kind

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ALICIA WALLACE: Back in the heartbeat of Junkanoo I missed so much

It is not a holiday season without Junkanoo. To miss the Valley, Roots, One Family and Saxons on Bay Street is to be asleep for the entire season.

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Merry Christmas to all our readers

Merry Christmas!

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‘PLP tried to buy the 2017 election’: Bannister accuses Christie regime of spending millions

Minister of Works Desmond Bannister yesterday accused the Christie administration of trying “to buy an election” through doling out “tens and tens of millions of dollars” in contracts and jobs just 24 hours before it was voted out of office in May 2017.

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AML distributes food vouchers for Christmas

REPRESENTATIVES from over 70 soup kitchens, churches and feeding centres received vouchers from AML Foods Limited to purchase food for Christmas.

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FACE TO FACE: Christmas won’t be the same without my friend, the amazing Chippie

This time next week it will be Christmas Eve. As quickly as that, the year… and the decade, is coming to an end. As I prepare for the traditional festivities that surround this holiday, it hit me… this will be my first Christmas in many years without Chippie.

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Sports Notes

TYRONE Knowles, president of the Bahamas Bowling Federation, and his executive team extend condolences to Stan Bethell Jr on the passing of his father Stan Bethell Sr over the weekend. Bethell Jr is a quiet giant and is well known in the bowling com

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Customs won't accept 'garbage information'

A top Customs official yesterday warned its new system will not accept “garbage information” as a Bahamian firm unveiled software designed to smooth the Click2Clear user’s experience. Information Specialists Bahamas (ISL), a software development com

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CARS, REAL ESTATE AND MUCH MORE NOW ONLINE

Cars, Real Estate and much more now online

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33rd Conchman Triathlon was a success in Freeport

FREEPORT, Bahamas — Months of planning culminated in a day of friendly, but fierce competition as organisers and participants of the 33rd annual Conchman Triathlon swam, biked and ran their way to the finish line.

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FACE TO FACE: Standing tall - and always together

The epitome of brotherly love is displayed between Dr Victor Horsley and his two elder brothers, Barton and Neil.

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UPDATED: Number of missing now at 282 after Dorian

FRIDAY UPDATE: A DAY after Social Services Minister Frankie Campbell said 1,208 are still unaccounted for following Hurricane Dorian, National Security Minister Marvin Dames clarified that police have reports of just 282 people still being missing

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Consumers warned on plastic bag levy

Consumers have been reminded that Bahamian businesses will be required to charge them a minimum 25 cents per bag for using single-use plastic bags from January 1, 2020.The levy is mandatory under Section 8 of the Environmental Protection (Control of

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Shane Gibson trial: Police officer 'said she would delete parts of statements that didn't line up'

A SENIOR police officer said she would delete whatever parts of both a businessman’s and a woman’s statements about allegations of bribery against former Cabinet minister Shane Gibson that didn’t line up, a jury heard on Friday.

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Attorney: Use Carnival deal to fund airport

A top Freeport attorney today urges the government to ensure that the Grand Bahama Port Authority’s (GBPA) owners use their Carnival port proceeds to finance airport restoration.

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