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UPDATED: Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Steven Gardiner win 400m races in Paris

Devynne Charlton second in 100m hurdles

COMPETING in the same meet for the first time this year, Bahamian Olympic champions Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Steven Gardiner surged to impressive victories in the 400 metres on Saturday at the Wanda Diamond League Meet in Paris, France.

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‘You’ve 14 days to vacate land’

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe announced a crackdown on people who break laws governing the use of Crown land, warning that they had 14 days to cease their illegal activities.

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Two accused over weapons

TWO men were separately sentenced in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday - one in connection with possession of a component part of a firearm and another for carrying arms.

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Man accused of assault on woman police officer

A MAN was granted bail in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday after he was charged with assaulting a female police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly behaviour.

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Team Bahamas ends up fourth overall

FIBA UNDER-15 CENTROBASKET CHAMPIONSHIPS

HAD it not been for two teams pulling out before the start of play, head coach Quentin ‘Three Ounce’ Hall feels the Bahamas’ boys national team would have performed much better at the FIBA Under-15 Centrobasket Championships in Gurabo, Puerto Rico.

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Mychal ‘Sweet Bells’ Thompson reflects on son Klay’s NBA triumph

HAVING watched as his son surpassed his achievements before his injury two and-a-half years ago, Mychal ‘Sweet Bells’ Thompson was grateful to witness Klay Thompson’s return to the Golden State Warriors as they reeled off their fourth National Basketball Association championship title.

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Mets’ Warren Saunders assigned to AAA

NEW York Mets prospect Warren Saunders received the highest promotion of his minor league career thus far.

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‘No one allowed to own land that belongs to govt’

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe has defended the 14-day timeframe given to squatters to vacate Crown Land, saying no one will be allowed to own land that belongs to the government.

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Union boss warns tough summer ahead

CONSUMERS should prepare for a “tough summer”, according to Bahamas Electrical Workers Union president Kyle Wilson, telling The Tribune yesterday “we are already having issues” in the first weeks of the hottest months of the year.

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‘Bring relief to people over high gas prices’

FREE National Movement deputy leader Shanendon Cartwright has urged the government to bring relief to Bahamians who are struggling with high gas prices.

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Jonquel Jones opens up on price of ‘coming out’

REIGNING WNBA MVP Jonquel Jones claims that her sexuality continues to hinder her marketability - citing a specific local case with one of the country’s leading telecommunications providers.

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Defence Force extends condolences to family of murdered marine

THE Royal Bahamas Defence Force has extended condolences to the family of Marine Seaman Joevonte Miller, who was murdered on Thursday night.

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EDITORIAL: Which is harder to find - gold or good governance?

WHEN The Tribune reported last year about an underwater exploration group having detected 13 shipwrecks in Bahamian waters, it was described as a “billion dollar” opportunity.

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Govt plans medical cannabis regulation

ATTORNEY General Ryan Pinder says the Davis administration intends to advance comprehensive legislation to regulate a medical cannabis industry and a separate framework for industrial hemp.

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Man accused of attempted murder

A MAN was remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services by a Magistrate’s Court yesterday on a charge of attempted murder.

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$200 fine over Indian hemp find

A MAN was fined $200 in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday for possession of dangerous drugs.

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Teen jailed for causing harm

AN 18-year-old youth was sentenced to 18 months in prison yesterday after being found guilty of grievous harm.

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Woman attacked former business partner with piece of wood

A WOMAN was put on six months’ probation yesterday after threatening and attacking a former female business partner with a piece of wood.

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Pompey Square hosts Regional HIV Testing Day

BAHAMIANS from all walks of life gathered in Pompey Square for Regional HIV Testing Day (RTD) on Friday.

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Federation names teams for 44th Chess Olympiad in India

THE Bahamas Chess Federation has announced its teams for the 44th Chess Olympiad 2022 in Chennai, India. The event is scheduled to be hosted July 28 to August 10 and will feature more than 100 teams from around the world.