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Rassin named chairman of Rotary Foundation

ROTARIAN Barry Rassin has been elected to become chairman of the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International for the year 2023-24.

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Lucius Fox Jr ends season on 10-game hitting streak

LUCIUS Fox Jr extended his hitting streak to 10 games to conclude his season of AAA baseball with the Omaha Storm Chasers.

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Ian Lewis Named MVP

MIAMI Marlins prospect Ian Lewis was recognised by the organisation as one of the top performers in its farm system.

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Musgrove Jr and Neely proud to represent Bahamas at Caribbean Junior Cycling Championships

BARRON Musgrove Jr and Felix Neely are all set to represent the Bahamas at the Caribbean Junior Cycling Championships in the Dominican Republic over the weekend of October 23-24.

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Curfew for break-in accused

A 29-year-old man who denied breaking into another man’s house was yesterday placed on a daily curfew leading up to his trial.

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$3,500 fine over marijuana

A man caught with $1,000 worth of marijuana and ammunition must pay $3,500 to avoid spending six months behind bars.

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Two accused over deadly gun attack

A MAN and a teenager were yesterday remanded to prison accused of killing a man and attempting to kill another earlier this month.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Putting favourite formats on file

PNG (portable network graphic) is a type of image file that is often favoured in web design and creative projects involving Photoshop or similar software. It is a type of file that allows an object to be placed into software with a clear background or as a partially transparent image, making it especially useful when creating a graphic from multiple layers. PNG is one of my favourite image files.

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Alliance seeks to help visually impaired

THE Bahamas Alliance for the Blind and Visually Impaired celebrates White Cane Day today after marking World Sight Day yesterday.

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Lucius Fox Jr nearly hits for the cycle, Thomas and G’Hoppers are runners-up

LUCIUS Fox Jr continued his offensive production for the Omaha Storm Chasers over their “Final Stretch” of the AAA season, while Tahnaj Thomas and his Greensboro Grasshoppers finished as runners-up in the High-A East League.

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Don’t Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise returns in December

The Don’t Blink Home Run Derby In Paradise has a new title sponsor and will look to extend the event to include several new initiatives when it returns to Bahamian shores later this year.

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Wake up and protect our patrimony

Today I came across a post of “The World” – a floating condominium anchored in Bahamian waters, which triggered the questions: when, who, how, what and why, and as I searched for answers, it brought into sharp focus our crucial need to act immediately and more responsibly with regard to recognizing, owning, protecting, and sustaining our natural resources, as well as putting strict laws in place to mitigate damage and receive retribution.

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Sky get 101-95 double OT win over the Sun

UNCASVILLE, Conn. (AP) — Courtney Vandersloot had the second triple-double in WNBA playoff history with 12 points, a league playoff-record 18 assists and 10 rebounds to help the Chicago Sky beat the Connecticut Sun 101-95 in two overtimes last night in the opener of their best-of-five semifinal series.

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Gov’t opens up Sunday trading

The Davis administration last night further re-opened the Bahamian economy by abolishing the restriction that prevented construction and retail businesses from working on Sundays.

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Shell ‘still committed’ to BPL energy deal

Shell North America (NA) yesterday said it remains committed to sealing its energy partnership with Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) despite the deal being placed under review.

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Buffaloes retire Lourawls ‘Tum Tum’ Nairn Jr’s jersey

LOURAWLS “Tum Tum” Nairn Jr achieved another career milestone on his basketball journey and received the highest honour from his alma mater.

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Backlog at courts caused by ‘systemic’ problems

CHIEF Justice Sir Brian Moree said yesterday a number of systemic problems have caused a backlog of cases at the courts, particularly when it comes to criminal proceedings.

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Increase in abuse of elderly in Grand Bahama

THE Department of Social Services in Grand Bahama is seeing an increase in abuse and mistreatment of elderly people, particularly those with disabilities.

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Lightning strike adds to hotel’s $3m supply woe

A prominent Grand Bahama hotel yesterday said its $3m room renovation has fallen victim to global supply chain disruption with a recent “lightning strike” creating further complications.

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