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1 Mike Russell Sands Bullets M 9 11 70 16 14 16 54.5 11 95 13 3 120.5 2 Harry Brown Coins A M 14 10 72 15 12 19 45.5 15 0 9 0 120.5 3 Christian Knowles Sigma Shots M 13 13 65 16 13 17 47 12 152 6 0 117.5 4 Sky Bain Back Yard Destroyers

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YOUNG MAN'S VIEW: Nygard’s boorish disrespect demeans Bahamian authority

LAST week’s exposé in court documents and videos of conversations between Peter Nygard and two gangsters, and the references made to high-ranking politicians therein, is a sad indictment of our politics and shady political dealings. What’s more, it demonstrates to the electorate that heard the utterances of Mr Nygard that such a circus can go on in the Bahamas without immediate or significant repercussions.

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Where were you when President John F Kennedy was assassinated?

WHERE were you when President John F Kennedy was assassinated?

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It's hot - really hot! Is it climate change?

TEMPERATURES this summer are soaring across the globe. A heat wave, aptly named Lucifer, has brought scorching temperatures of over 100°F to southern Europe.Wildfires have been sparked in Portugal, France and Greece, resulting in several deaths. Indu

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Readers rate PLP with a grade F

INTERNET users have graded the PLP a resounding ‘F’ after the government’s first year in office since the May 2012 General Election.

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Was change of subject deliberate?

WAS it on purpose that Minister of State Legal Affairs raised the issue of Marital Rape?

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Electrical retailer in zoning clash with major developer

A major New Providence developer is objecting to an electrical retailer’s bid to rezone five acres it owns near Lyford Cay to commercial, which it argues will aid the property’s sale and fetch a higher purchase price.

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Panetta: War strategy can't be guided by polls

By LOLITA BALDOR Associated Press OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) -- The war in Afghanistan can't be determined by polls, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Tuesday, asserting that the US must continue with its strategy in the decade-old conflict despite plummeting

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Panetta: War strategy can't be guided by polls

By LOLITA BALDOR Associated Press OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) -- The war in Afghanistan can't be determined by polls, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Tuesday, asserting that the US must continue with its strategy in the decade-old conflict despite plummeting

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Robert F Kennedy, Jr to deliver 'clean water' lecture in Grand Bahama

ON Saturday night, conservationist, environmental attorney and author Robert F. Kennedy, Jr will deliver a lecture entitled: “Access to clean water, it’s a human right” at 7pm at the Regency Theatre in Grand Bahama.

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New chair for BISX-listed bank

Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) majority shareholder yesterday named Scott F Elphinstone as chairman of the BISX-listed retail banking subsidiary with effect from August 22.He replaces D Anthony Jones, who recently retired from the Board. Mr Elphinstone is a

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PM 'promised' land to Nygard

PRIME Minister Perry Christie allegedly promised Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard that he would issue him a lease to build on government property, according to court documents.

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Woman unharmed in crash as car topples into ditch

GOOD Samaritans rushed to extricate a woman from her overturned car yesterday afternoon after she lost control on John F Kennedy Drive east of Blake Road and ended up in a ditch.

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Court documents claim Deputy PM 'sent criminals to protect Nygard's interests'

CRIMINALS, allegedly hired by Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard, were sent to him by Deputy Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis to protect the billionaire’s local interests as a major campaign backer of the Progressive Liberal Party, according to court documents.

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Police officer killed in motorcycle accident

According to reports, around 9am the officer was travelling by police motorcycle on the airport road near John F Kennedy Drive when he lost control of his bike and crashed into a utility pole.

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Flying the flag for Black History Month

ST Catharine’s College in the United Kingdom flew the national flag of The Bahamas above Cambridge city centre on October 1 to signify the start of a programme of activities celebrating Black History Month.

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CORRECTION

In Wednesday’s Tribune, in an article entitled “Pop star Shakira ‘cannot win’ Bahamas Court case”, it was incorrectly stated that John F Wilson is an associate of the law firm McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes.

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Worker stole tractor to shred asphalt

A DISGRUNTLED worker destroyed more than 7,000 feet of asphalt on John F Kennedy Drive, doing more than $1 million worth of damage.

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Facebook page following Mitchell stirs response with strong words

FACEBOOK users were amused and shocked yesterday when a Facebook profile associated with Fred Mitchell, the leader of opposition business in the Senate, responded to an insult aimed at the senator with an equally provocative response.

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Warning over road closure in Nassau

MOTORISTS are urged to watch out for a major road closure in Nassau.

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