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Government facilitated moral decline

In a few days, barring divine intervention, the moral sensibilities of an overwhelming majority of Bahamians will be assaulted by the public nudity, brazen vulgarity, and unbridled debauchery of carnival.

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UPDATED: Dispute goes on as families pick up pieces after demolition

A LOCAL attorney claims that his family’s rightful ownership of embattled land in the Prince Charles Drive area was justification for the property’s demolition, which left dozens of beneficiaries of a local outreach organisation displaced.

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Heat take 2-1 lead

By BRIAN MAHONEY AP Basketball Writer MIAMI (AP) -- Halfway to a title, LeBron James shows no sign of letting this one get away. James had 29 points and 14 rebounds, and the Miami Heat took a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals with a 91-85 victory over the Oklaho

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The Globe's 'Hamlet' is coming to Nassau

FOR one night only, the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts will present Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” performed by actors from The Globe in London

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Bahamas falls 8-3 to Dominican Republic

THE New Providence Softball Association’s defending women’s champions Proper Care Lady Sharks and pennant winning Bommer G Operators will both be out to avoid falling in a serious hole in their respective best-of-five first round playoffs series when they resume play on Tuesday night.

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Truckers roll over Bucs 13-4

The Bommer G Truckers and the Dorin United Hitmen are positioning themselves for a return trip to the New Providence Softball Association men’s championship series.

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Albany clients hit by 'horrific' oil spills

Albany’s marina chief yesterday said he was “hoping and praying” the Government would finally take concrete action over persistent oil spills at Clifton Pier, as there had been several “horrific” incidents witnessed by the development’s high-end guests.

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It's about animals, not vets

“Either for reasons of pride and insecurity, or for financial gain – whichever you believe – local vets are willing to tolerate the suffering of more animals in the short term than would have been the case had they allowed the original plan to go forward.”

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Bee swarm stings man to death

AN 82-year-old man was stung to death when a swarm of bees attacked him as he was doing yard work at his Freeport home last week.

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The church and gambling - a burning moral issue

THE RECENT statement of the Rev Dr Ranford Patterson, President of the Bahamas Christian Council, regarding the Church and gambling is by no means to be considered as a retreat from participation in its endeavour to deal with this “burning moral issue”.

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YOUNG MAN'S VIEW: Junkanoo Carnival was handled disastrously

THE Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival has evolved into one of the most disgraceful shams we have seen thus far for the year.

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