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Three armed robberies in 24-hours

POLICE have appealed to members of the public for assistance after several armed robberies occurred in a 24-hour period in the capital.

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Man ‘panicked’ and gave wrong name

A 24-year-old man who gave police the wrong name earlier this week was yesterday ordered to complete 100 hours of community service to avoid spending a month behind bars.

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Teenager accused of raping woman

A TEENAGER was remanded to prison yesterday over allegations he raped a woman last week. Indico Bethel, 18, appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney charged with one count of rape after he was accused of having sexual intercourse with a 24-year-ol

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed to The Bahamas

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were welcomed with warm smiles and festive music at the Lynden Pindling International Airport after arriving in the country today.

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BTC targets 40 store franchise roll-out

THE Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) plans to expand its retail footprint with a projected 24-month roll-out of 12-15 franchise stores on New Providence, and 25 in the Family Islands.

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Abaco lounge fined $30k for breach

THE co-owners of an Abaco lounge were ticketed $30,500 for breaching COVID-19 Emergency Powers Orders by having nearly 100 people crammed into a space only meant to hold 24.

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Man arrested for stabbing his mother

A 24-year old male is in custody accused of stabbing his 41-year old mother.

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Woman found guilty of trafficking in persons

24-year-old Chevanese “Sasha” Hall has been found guilty on four counts of trafficking in persons and two counts of withholding a passport.

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Doing something right

RE: A Servant Of The Nation Who deserves Respect. The Tribune, Editorial, January 24, 2020.

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Lines outside stores due to curfew, social distancing

With The Bahamas under a 24-hour curfew from 9am this morning due to the coronavirus pandemic, many flocked to stores to stock up on supplies.

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NAUGHTY'S NFL PICKS WEEK 11

Romo is back, I’ll be there . . . so Cowboys to win in Miami

OKAY, last week was bad for me (6-8) but others were worse! Including Sannie, previously ‘untouchable’, who went an unusually ‘unlucky’ 5-9.

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Gas stations seek margin rise: ‘Our backs are against the wall’

Gas station operators have their “backs against the wall” after returning to 24/7 operations due to the continuing wait for an increase to their price-controlled margins.

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Eye for an eye on our streets

Nassau was submerged in a bloodbath over the past weekend. The Nassau Tribune’s report that five persons were killed in four separate shootings over a three-day span suggests that The Bahamas will record another 100-plus murders in 2022.

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FIREARM OFFENCES: Nearly 20 arrested in 24 hours

NEARLY 20 people have been arrested over a number of firearm related offences in the Bahamas in the last 24 hours, police said on Friday. 

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Minister says murder down 24 per cent

MURDERS are down 24 per cent this year compared to the same point in 2011, Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage said yesterday.

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24 homes expected to be completed in Schooner Bay by year’s end

DEVELOPERS behind the Schooner Bay community in Abaco expect to have 24 homes completed and occupied by the end of the year, telling Tribune Business that about half of the 133 lots in the development’s first phase had been sold.

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36th Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic gets underway today at AF Adderley

THE 36th Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic is all set to get underway today at the AF Adderley Gymnasium, featuring 24 teams in four pools. Over 40 games over the course of the week will lead to the championship finale on Monday, February 24 to decid

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24 fired from Gaming Board to get jobs back, court rules

A SUPREME Court judge has ordered that 24 people fired from the Gaming Board in 2017 be reinstated and/or damages paid to them, according to lawyer Wayne Munroe. Justice Indra Charles’ ruling is among the first to challenge parts of the Minnis admini

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24-hour hotline launched to tackle human trafficking

THE government has launched a 24-hour human trafficking hotline to help victims or those who aware of the crime to anonymously report it.

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Murder victims identified

POLICE have released the identities of the country’s latest murder victims. The woman who was stabbed during an argument with a man at Malcolm Road on Friday has been identified as Theagrea Hanna, 24, of Cowman Lane. Hanna was stabbed after 6pm and