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The Davis administration

In all things we give God thanks, look where we are nine months later after Minnis called an early election, isn’t God good? We learn to thank Him for all things, His divine intervention is like bringing the children out of Egypt to the promised land.

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When not to wear a hat

A gentleman should remove his hat as he enters a building, including a restaurant, home, classroom, theatre, church. This rule includes baseball caps and casual hats.

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INSIGHT: Time for our own regional song contest?

ONCE a year, a unique occasion captures the world’s attention. The Eurovision Song Contest is a weird, camp, remarkable music event that manages to be both ironic and wears its heart on its sleeve all at once.

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BTC continues regatta sponsorship

FOLLOWING a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, BTC will continue its on-going sponsorship of the National Family Island Regatta that is being held this week in George Town, Exuma.

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A new era for pace

PROVIDING Access to Continued Education has renamed its East and Plantol Streets building as the Andrea Archer Institute, in honour of its founder.

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‘Thunderball’ causes storm on Staniel Cay

The Supreme Court this week extended the construction halt on a property at the centre of an escalating dispute between Staniel Cay homeowners over fears it is a boutique hotel development in disguise.

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Watson on disclosures is ludicrous

The comment from none other than PM press secretary on the non-compliance of many MPs is totally ludicrous... we take that approach then not paying $1bn of taxes we can use the same excuse? Sorry, Mr Watson, out of order.

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STATESIDE: Why is Kremlin reportedly planning a grand celebration of its military?

THIS Sunday is celebrated generally in the West and specifically in the US and UK as V-E (Victory in Europe) Day, commemorating the Allied triumph over the Axis powers in World War II. May 8 was the date in 1945 when the German army surrendered to the victorious allies led by America and Great Britain.

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Act now to protect everyone

Senator Michaela Barnet-Ellis’ renewal of calls to “act now to protect women and children” in The Tribune on May 5, 2022 continues to expose issues of sexual violence in the Bahamas, but are echoed across the globe.

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Walker’s home run, 3 RBIs lead D-Backs past ‘Jazz’ and Marlins 5-4

MIAMI (AP) — Christian Walker had a home run, double and three RBIs, and Arizona Diamondbacks held on to beat the Miami Marlins 5-4 last night.

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Ayton and Suns take 3-2 lead

PHOENIX (AP) — Devin Booker scored 28 points, Deandre Ayton added 20 and the Phoenix Suns beat the Dallas Mavericks 110-80 last night to take a 3-2 lead in the Western Conference semifinals.

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Calvin Smyre picked for US Ambassador nomination

CALVIN Smyre has been named by United States President Joseph Biden as nominee for ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

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Police officer testifies in hostel abuse trial

A POLICE Sergeant gave testimony in Magistrate’s Court yesterday in the ongoing Children’s Hostel trial where child abuse has been alleged.

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THE KDK REPORT: My solemn vow

WHEN two people choose to marry and unite their lives into one, they make a legally binding contractual commitment to be together and love one another from that day forward, in sickness and in health. It is a solemn vow that they pledge in front of a priest or wedding officiant and a congregation of friends and family. But I often wonder, if people could look into the future and see the trials that they’ll endure as a couple, if they could see the sickness as well as the health, would they still be as readily forthwith in reciting those very same vows.

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THE KDK REPORT: Even bright stars fall

THROUGHOUT the course of our lifetime, there is an unwavering and universal truth that we must all accept.

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THE KDK REPORT: Through thick and thin

RELATIONSHIPS, both romantic and platonic, are often complicated and even ones that have lasted for years can begin to wane beneath the pressure of distance and time.

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THE KDK REPORT: The sound of silence

ALL musicians, spanning the breadth of history, can attest to the fact that music has the power to heal. There is a song for every heartache and one for every celebration. No matter the genre, every melody, chord, tune, lyric and sound is capable of touching the soul and jarring or soothing our every emotion.

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Aging and pain management

Remember Count Bernardino and Ronnie Butler’s cover of the song “Age ain’t nothin’ but a number”? A good thing to keep in mind and true in so many ways. What we think and how we think has a great deal to do with how our bodies react physically to life’s stresses or traumas, which includes the aging process and how we prepare to handle it.

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‘We are going to have to play together’

Deandre Ayton looks ahead to game 6 against Mavericks

The Phoenix Suns have an opportunity to clinch a second consecutive berth to the Western Conference Finals but Deandre Ayton said he expects tonight’s game six matchup to be one of the toughest in the series.

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Gov’ts ‘flat-out concealing’ millions in contract awards

The Opposition’s leader yesterday hit back at the Davis administration for “flat-out concealing” millions of dollars in contracts it has concluded since taking office by failing to comply with the Public Procurement Act.