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The Del Zottos

I was troubled to read in The Tribune a prominent contractor in Grand Bahama gloating over the potential departure of the Del Zotto family.

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FNM and ORG voice concerns over plans to rewrite Public Procurement Act

THE Free National Movement and the Organisation for Responsible Governance have questioned the Davis administration’s plan to fully rewrite the Public Procurement Act in advance of them reporting their actions.

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STATESIDE: A true champion of the court and causes

BILL Russell died on the last day of July. He was 88 years old. He was also in many minds the greatest basketball player of all time.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: How effective are social media ads?

Social Media advertising is a paid advertising method that uses ads directly served to the target audience through its platforms. These ads come in various formats such as video ads, image ads, carousel, etc. Nonetheless the most popular social media platforms in are Facebook, Youtube, WhatsApp, and Instagram and they also has the highest number of monthly active users (MAUs).

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BRINGING HOME THE GOLD, SILVER: Team Bahamas makes nation proud

BIRMINGHAM, England — After 11 days of intense competition in seven disciplines, Team Bahamas will return from the 2022 Commonwealth Games with a gold and silver medal and tied for the 23rd spot on the medal chart with Grenada.

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Pro basketball player Dwight Coleby off to impressive start

DWIGHT Coleby is off to an impressive start with his new club - Heroes de Falcon - in the Venezuelan SuperLiga. The veteran frontcourt player is averaging 9.4 points and a team high 7.8 rebounds per game. He also leads the team in blocks at 1.6 per game, while shooting 53 percent from the field in 25 minutes per game.

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HUBERT EDWARDS: The future of debt

AS well thinking individuals, we are routing for the success of the country.

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Davis insists: I’ve kept my promises

PRIME Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis insists his administration is living up to promises it made to nurses and teachers despite the opposition’s claim that the government has failed to adequately address their concerns.

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EDITORIAL: Is Brave the man to tackle migration issues?

IN the aftermath of the boat capsize that killed at least 17 Haitians, there is no shortage of problems to consider.

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Battle with unions in The Bahamas

I am a life long supporter of the rights or workers and their amalgamation into unions for the collective rights and respect due to them.

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Oil spill ‘greater struggle’ if wind and tide different

FOCOL Holdings’ chairman yesterday conceded that cleaning-up Exuma’s 30,000-gallon oil spill would have been “a much greater struggle” if the wind and tide had taken the slick in a different direction.

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FOCOL: ‘All resources we have’ to oil spill fight

FOCOL Holdings’ chairman yesterday pledged it was “deploying every resource we have” to clean-up the 30,000 gallon Exuma oil spill, and said: “We’ll do whatever’s necessary to stop it happening again.”

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PETER YOUNG: Feasting on the fall of Boris and who replaces him

Some people consider political science is almost a misnomer. Politics is about power and influence and concerns the interaction between human beings while science is based on observation, measurement and interpretation of data in support of a theory or hypothesis.

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New Providence is hit by weekend of heavy rainfall

THERE were 6.18 inches of rainfall from Friday to Sunday morning in Nassau - above average activity, Chief Meteorological Officer Patricia Weeks said yesterday.

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STATESIDE: Roll up, roll up for the great game of ‘pick your nominee’

“I’M just disgusted by what’s happening in the US,” the Bahamian lady said over the telephone. WhatsApp, of course. “What a colossal mess! You know, I heard the other day someone was talking, and they said that the Democrats actually figured out how to entice the conservatives on the Supreme Court to vote on Roe v Wade right now, because it’s the only thing that can prevent a Republican takeover of Congress in November.”

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FRONT PORCH: Lessons from the magical rise and fall of Boris Johnson

AS Prime Minister Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson finally succumbed to reality, emerging from the reality show cum bunker of 10 Downing Street to announce his resignation, “Yakety Sax”, the theme song for the Benny Hill Show blared, while a jubilantly clapping audience cheered his impending departure.

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ART OF GRAPHIX – Nothing stays the same: Change now inevitable

In this Information Age, and its impact on the ever-evolving global economy, change is now the norm for business. But, despite its presence everywhere, change does not come easy. Companies sometimes fail to make critical reforms due to an ingrained resistance to change.

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Three face court on firearm charges

THREE men were arraigned in court yesterday on separate firearm and ammunition charges.

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FACE TO FACE: Watch your back, ‘Brave’ – AJ’s one for the future

I am currently in the Berry Islands enjoying the tranquil life and getting to know some of my husband, Victor Valentino’s family. This weekend was a very sombre one for us as the family matriarch, Albertha Canter-Murry was laid to rest along with her son, Livingston Devon Pratt.

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‘Govt erring on side of caution over mask mandate’

DOCTORS Hospital chief executive officer Dr Charles Diggiss said he believes the government is erring on the side of caution in deciding to generally maintain its mask mandate.