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QCafe ‘a buzz’ with Scholastic Individual Chess Championship

THE Scholastic Individual Chess Championship was held at the QCafe, Queen’s College, on Saturday, April 30.

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Freedom Farm champions crowned

THE Freedom Farm Baseball League concluded its 2022 season with “Championship Sunday” at the league’s complex in Yamacraw.

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Boy cursed caretaker on day he was spanked

A BOY who testified in court yesterday of his alleged beating at the Children’s Emergency Hostel admitted to cursing one of the caretakers and calling her a “b----” on the day he got spanked.

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Teenage thief ordered to pay back victim after car raid

A TEENAGER was yesterday ordered to compensate a woman whose car he broke into last month and stole over $1,000 worth of items.

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Compare Davis v Zelensky

Had PM Davis been in Volodymyr Zelensky’s shoes, I would want him to do the following:

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Woman ‘stabbed boyfriend in eye’

A WOMAN was remanded to prison yesterday after she was charged with stabbing her boyfriend in his right eye.

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Police are doing a good job

The efficient and effective performance of our Police Force continues to impress.

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Disaster looming for FNM?

The Nassau Guardian’s front page article about police investigators wanting a discussion with Free National Movement (FNM) MP Adrian Gibson is just one more development in an ongoing saga that hasn’t received as much attention from the mainstream media as one would think it should.

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Trio on firearm charges

THREE men who denied gun-related charges were remanded to prison yesterday.

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Men’s national basketball team players take spotlight

POSTSEASON basketball continues for several Bahamian senior men’s national team players in their respective leagues throughout Europe and South America.

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BGDSA: Softball heats up

DESPITE the down pouring of the rain, the Bahamas Government Departmental Softball Association managed to play a couple of games in the Bankers Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Saturday.

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'Carbon monoxide poisoning' cause of deaths at Sandals Emerald Bay Resort

CARBON monoxide poisoning was found to be the cause of death of three American tourists who were found at Sandals in Exuma earlier this month, The Tribune was told.

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Bahamian athletes take spotlight at Arkansas Twilight

PRO athlete LaQuan Nairn returned to his alma mater, while hurdler Indea Cartwright led a Bahamian connection at Oral Roberts as they both posted third-place finishes at the Arkansas Twilight in Fayetteville, Arkansas, over the weekend.

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Police swoop over dangerous drugs

TWO separate police operations conducted on Grand Bahama led to the arrest of two men on Monday in connection with possession of dangerous drugs.

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What killed three tourists in Exuma?

AN investigation is ongoing into the deaths of three American tourists who were found dead at the luxury Sandals Emerald Bay Resort in Exuma on Friday after they were reportedly stricken by an unknown illness.

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FRONT PORCH – Hubris: Wavering between reality and fantasy

Years ago in a high school English literature class reading and studying Macbeth, many of the students were surprised that the eponymous leading character constantly refused to heed the warnings of his impending doom as he vaingloriously pursued his bloody ambitions.

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Pintard went too far in Minnis criticism

I always send my draft letters to a dear friend before I publish them. We graduated high school together in the late 1970s, and have remained close all these years.

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Two years on after Dorian - and residents still repairing homes

MORE than two years after Hurricane Dorian devastated parts of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama residents are still repairing homes throughout the island, even as the storm season approaches.

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Lucius Fox Player of the Week, Knowles promoted, Young back in AAA

D’SHAWN Knowles and Chavez Young received call-ups in their respective organisations while Lucius Fox was named Player of the Week to highlight play from Bahamians in minor league baseball.

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Inaugural Lake Cunningham Classic on Saturday

THE Nassau Rowing Club and the Windsor High School Rowing team have teamed up to stage the inaugural Lake Cunningham Classic on Lake Cunningham on Saturday.

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