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Two accused over separate killings

A MAN and a teenager were yesterday charged with murder in two separate incidents.

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Five in court over incident that ended in airport officer being shot

FOUR men and a woman were yesterday charged with conspiring to commit armed robbery in connection with an incident that resulted in an officer being shot at Lynden Pindling International Airport last week.

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Freshman Jacobi Bain in ITA Cup Championships

He is only in his freshman year at Xavier University of Louisiana, but Bahamian Jacobi Bain will be among the list of players participating in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Cup Championships in Rome, Georgia.

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Grand Bahama to host a number of events for National Older Persons Month

FREEPORT – The Department of Social Services is observing National Older Persons Month with a number of activities and events that focus on senior citizens here in Grand Bahama.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: All that it took to get people vaccinated was Black Friday

I COULD go so many ways this week; the material has been in abundance.

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Man accused of gun possession

A FREEPORT man was charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition in Magistrate’s Court yesterday.

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‘No proper search and rescue for Rashard’

THE family of 30-year-old Rashard Cooper who went missing last week in Abaco is not satisfied with the police investigation and claims that a proper search and rescue was never carried out by authorities that fateful day.

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How could statue be smashed?

It is unbelievable! One man with a sledgehammer at Government House almost destroyed the statue of Christopher Columbus before the police arrived.

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Woman told to avoid witnesses

A woman accused of grievously harming another woman was yesterday warned not to interfere with any of the witnesses involved in her case leading up to her trial.

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Burrows and Tigers undefeated so far in preseason

SHAMAR Burrows continues to lead the Dalhousie Tigers in an undefeated preseason as Canadian U-Sports basketball returns to the floor.

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Honouring our unsung heroes

There has been much ado lately about who and what defines a, “National Hero”.

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Suspects identified in April Jerome Avenue massacre

POLICE Commissioner Paul Rolle says officers are “actively” searching for several suspects some of whom are believed to have left town following the mass shooting on Jerome Avenue that left six men dead in April.

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Basketballers Munnings, Burrows and Fritz shine across Europe

BAHAMIAN basketball players have continued their respective seasons in leagues across Europe.

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Showing up for work with COVID is ‘mind-boggling’

CONSULTANT Physicians Staff Association President Dr Sabriquet Pinder Butler said it is “mind-boggling” that some people who have contracted COVID-19 are still reporting to work and not properly isolating themselves.

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Sledgehammer can’t alter past

A thug with a sledgehammer proclaimed himself judge, jury and executioner on one aspect of our sometimes tortured but by and large glorious history.

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EDITORIAL: We must not become numb to COVID death toll

THE biggest issue facing The Bahamas before the election remains the biggest issue facing the nation after the election.

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Officers sent on special assignment return in restructure

THE Royal Bahamas Police Force is in the process of restructuring with the return of three high-ranking officers who were controversially sent on special assignments in late 2019 and early 2020 after returning from forced vacation leave.

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EDITORIAL: Commissioner claims curfews have no effect on crime

THE biggest issue facing The Bahamas before the election remains the biggest issue facing the nation after the election.

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‘PEOPLE ARE DYING IN DROVES’ – SANDS: Former minister says change our policy or accept frequent deaths

AS people continue to die in “droves” painting an “ugly” picture of The Bahamas’ COVID-19 fatality rate, a senior physician says there continues to be a disconnect between the public’s perception of the virus’ implications and the challenges it has caused in healthcare.

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We don’t have a First Lady

Oh, we love to copy Americana and their habits.

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