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87 new cases of COVID

EIGHTY-seven new cases of COVID-19 were recorded last Thursday and Friday, according to the Ministry of Health and Wellness.

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IDB’s taxpayer boost for $385m Gov’t bond issue

The Bahamas will this week seek to limit the debt servicing burden for taxpayers via an Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) guarantee that will underwrite most of its $385m foreign currency bond issue.

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Tests remain for unvaccinated

TOURISM, Investments and Aviation Minister Chester Cooper said that a change to the requirement for unvaccinated travellers to be tested for COVID-19 is not being considered at present.

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Senior men’s national soccer team back on pitch

THE Bahamas Football Association’s senior men’s national team returns to the pitch this weekend to kickoff the second edition of the CONCACAF Nations League.

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DIANE PHILLIPS: Why do we feel so unsettled? Is it because we’re in the Age of Confusion?

I wasn’t around and probably you weren’t either, but after the upheaval of WWII, history seems to show us the relieved and exhausted world settled down to a new predictability.

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46 new confirmed cases

FORTY-six new COVID-19 cases were recorded in The Bahamas on Saturday.

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Davis Cup: Bahamas suffers 2-1 loss to Jamaica

THE Bahamas suffered its second loss in as many days in play at the Davis Cup Group III Americas competition in Escazu, Costa Rica.

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New Legend, New Susan Chase and Xena victorious

53RD ANNUAL LONG ISLAND REGATTA IN SALT POND

The 53rd annual Long Island Regatta was held over the weekend in Salt Pond, Long Island and was dubbed a tremendous success.

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No respect for Queen’s 70th Jubilee

We show enormous respect to our mothers - grandmothers and great grandmothers in that case if we have the privilege of still having her. We treat them with enormous respect - never forgetting their birthdays - anniversary’s and in many cases even if they have left us, we memorialise them on their anniversary of their births and deaths.

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114 new COVID cases

THERE were 114 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the country on Friday and Saturday.

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Jay Fitness 5K was a success

MACKEY Williams and Lesli Hanna emerged as the overall male and female walk winners, while Dexter Adderley and Eve Dorsette won the run segment of the 5-kilometre race.

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‘Don’t derail tourism revival with higher electricity costs’

The Bahamian tourism industry yesterday warned it “can ill-afford to be derailed” from its post-COVID recovery by a hike in electricity prices which remain “pivotal” to the sector’s global competitiveness.

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Unlawful sex charge for 55-year-old suspect

A MAN was remanded in Magistrate’s Court yesterday accused of unlawfully having sex with a mentally unstable woman and assaulting her with a knife.

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Opposition: ‘Shore up’ investors’ confidence

The Bahamas is “not doing anything to shore up” the confidence of investors who are “rightly concerned” about the country’s economic and fiscal prospects, the Opposition’s finance spokesman asserted yesterday.

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18 Bahamians named in Queen's Birthday Honours

Eighteen Bahamians have been named in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

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Trampling on the Constitution?

Is our Constitution being trampled on?

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One more death from COVID recorded

THE Bahamas has recorded another 77 COVID-19 cases and one death, according to the Ministry of Health & Wellness.

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