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Quo Vadis

EDITOR, The Tribune. In another missive (Tribune, March 22), Mr Dupuch suggests we take our country back. He does not tell us how to do that, or what/who we are taking back from or even what do with it if we figure out the hows, whys and what fors. He al

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Quo Vadis

EDITOR, The Tribune. In another missive (Tribune, March 22), Mr Dupuch suggests we take our country back. He does not tell us how to do that, or what/who we are taking back from or even what do with it if we figure out the hows, whys and what fors. He al

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Quo Vadis

EDITOR, The Tribune. In another missive (Tribune, March 22), Mr Dupuch suggests we take our country back. He does not tell us how to do that, or what/who we are taking back from or even what do with it if we figure out the hows, whys and what fors. He al

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Quo Vadis

EDITOR, The Tribune. In another missive (Tribune, March 22), Mr Dupuch suggests we take our country back. He does not tell us how to do that, or what/who we are taking back from or even what do with it if we figure out the hows, whys and what fors. He al

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Quo Vadis

EDITOR, The Tribune. In another missive (Tribune, March 22), Mr Dupuch suggests we take our country back. He does not tell us how to do that, or what/who we are taking back from or even what do with it if we figure out the hows, whys and what fors. He al

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Self-righteous attack

As the self-appointed defender of this FNM government, the letter writer temporarily dubbing himself ‘the Graduate’ in Monday’s Tribune launched a silly and self-righteous attack on Nicki Kelly for suggesting that our Prime Minister seems weak-kneed before wealthy foreigners yet dismissive of poor and ordinary Bahamians. He suggests she was employing a ‘dog whistle’.

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Opposition dismisses claim of fiscal ‘mismanagement’

The Opposition’s leader yesterday dismissed suggestions that the former Christie administration’s failure to hit its deficit targets was as a result of fiscal “mismanagement”.

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Watson defends Rollins over advice to Minnis

FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Frank Watson defended Fort Charlotte MP Dr Andre Rollins amid criticism levelled against the member of Parliament over leaked emails, which revealed he recommended to FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis that Dr Duane Sands be appointed to the Senate.

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Witness says he was one of four in surveillance footage

CROWN witness Virgil Hall continued his testimony in the Freeport Supreme Court on Tuesday, identifying himself as one of the four masked men seen in surveillance video footage of the armed robbery and murder of a couple in Deadman’s Reef on the night of September 12, 2015.

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Where is your heart and soul?

Recent events and statements by senior FNM ministers and Chairmen suggest that the administration is trying its level best to lose the next general elections.

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Munroe backs yes vote - but urges 2015 date

RELIGIOUS Leader Dr Myles Munroe said yesterday that while he supports the upcoming referendum on gender equality, the government should have “left the date open” and “let the people decide” when they are ready to vote rather than set a fixed date.

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Attorney questions evidence gathering

THE ninth day of the Marco Archer murder trial saw Kofhe Goodman’s attorney completing his cross-examination of a crime scene investigator who handled items collected from the scene where a body was found.

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Suspect claims he was at home during murder

A MAN who claimed to be at home during the murder of an American sailor told a court yesterday that police detectives threatened to kill him and explain his subsequent death as an attempt to escape custody if he didn’t sign a confession statement.

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Credit Bureau to stop ‘risky loans’

Bahamian commercial banks issue “more risky loans” because they do not have full information on borrower creditworthiness, the industry regulator last night suggesting this had exacerbated the sector’s $1.028 billion non-performing loans.

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Marco Archer: Investigator denies fabricating evidence to 'cover up' for friend

A POLICE investigator denied fabricating evidence against Kofhe Goodman to “cover up” for his friend in connection with the disappearance and murder of Marco Archer.

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PM ‘clutching at straws’ over Baha Mar fate

A former Baha Mar director yesterday suggested the Government was “a little shocked” that its help in defeating developer Sarkis Izmirlian had yet to be rewarded by the China Export-Import Bank.

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KURT MCCARTNEY TRIAL: Investigator denies sloppy work

THE lead investigator into the murder of prominent businessman Kurt McCartney dismissed a lawyer’s suggestion yesterday that his investigation into the crime “was very sloppy”.

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‘We didn’t misuse funding’

A DAY after Deputy Prime Minister K Peter Turnquest said the former government diverted more than $40m from a $150m hurricane relief and recovery loan to win the most recent election, Opposition Leader Philip “Brave” Davis denied the allegation saying he was “confident” the Christie administration used the money for its correct purpose. To suggest otherwise, Mr Davis told reporters outside of the House Of Assembly yesterday, suggested the former government committed a criminal offence, which he called “damnable”. 

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The costs of NHI

Retired Archbishop Drexel Gomez I suggest should speak to a few, note few, of his inner circle and associates and canvass them to see how many owe thousands in back real property taxes and utility bills before advocating further tax burdens.

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Much ado about nothing

EDITOR, The Tribune.