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Thanks for publishing the following poem

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A COMIC'S VIEW: A political view inspired by the next generation

THIS week, thanks to our “new normal” and online learning, I was tasked with explaining to my ten-year-old how fun “limericks” can be. After a (very long) lesson, I finally got him rhyming. Surprisingly, the kid’s a good learner. He’s almost a pro at condensing complex thoughts into little bites.

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NAUGHTY’S NFL PICKS - WEEK 9

LAST WEEK: 8-7 SEASON: 86-36

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‘A Run for Thanksgiving’ cross country highlights

THE Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association held its 10th annual Cross-Country event under the theme, “A Run For Thanksgiving” at Goodman’s Bay on Saturday.

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In tribute

Lost Mom this week. But there she is my sweet. The Holland Marsh Canal.

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‘Rise Bahamas, Rise!’

Attached is a poem written by me in April 1999, which I submit for publication in memory of our little darling Bella and the call to our national compassion and action: “Rise Bahamas, Rise!”

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EVE AND DAVID RE-EMERGE AS WINNERS OF THE BAPTIST FAMILY FUN WALK RACE

EVE Dorsett and David Prabhu picked up where they left off two years ago as they re-emerged as the overall female and male winners of the Bahamas Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention Men’s Department 2021 Family Fun Walk Race on Saturday.

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Risking their lives to flee an impoverished country

Just after the election last month, all hell broke loose when we were faced with what appeared to be an invasion of Haitian immigrants.

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‘Baha Mar Hoops’ adds flavour to NCAA fever

With college basketball now underway in the United States, Baha Mar will be adding to the excitement with the hosting of the largest group of teams for the “Baha Mar Hoops” later this month.

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Woman ‘gives birth while waiting to be seen by a doctor’ at Rand Memorial Hospital

A concerned resident has expressed frustration over the long wait time and delays at the Rand Memorial Hospital before patients are seen by a doctor.

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Three pit bulls put down after attacking an elderly woman

THE Humane Society of Grand Bahama has put down three pit bulls which viciously attacked an elderly woman who was hospitalised last week with serious injuries.

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Kwasi Thompson submits nomination form as FNM leadership candidate

EAST Grand Bahama MP Kwasi Thompson yesterday officially submitted his nomination form to the Free National Movement as a candidate for the leadership of the party.

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Jitneys and COVID

I read with interest reports of the Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Michael Darville’s presentation to Parliament on the new COVID regulations.

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INSIGHT: The Glasgow climate test

THE climate crisis is a code red for humanity.

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Man accused in Abaco attempted murder case

A MAN has been arrested in Grand Bahama for the attempted murder of a man in Abaco earlier this week.

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Woman ‘was asked by former schoolmate to declare man innocent in trial’

A WOMAN testified yesterday how she feared for her safety after being approached by a former schoolmate who asked her to declare the man whose trial she was judging as innocent.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: Produce the document, Mr Pinder

I AM intrigued by the situation surrounding Mr. John Pinder, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP for Central and South Abaco.

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FAMILY’S DESPAIR AT BELLA’S DEATH: Police quiz couple after four-year-old dies from ‘injuries’

THE family of a four-year-old girl who died in hospital on Friday after being brought to the facility with injuries is struggling to accept the situation, with one relative sorrowfully telling The Tribune yesterday “we sent her to her death”.

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Family’s pain over traffic death

THE family of the pedestrian who was hit and killed by a car last week in Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, said the tragedy is a hard pill to swallow.

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Former employees accused of stealing nearly $500,000

A manager at Battery and Tyre Specialists realised something was wrong when he discovered discrepancies on reviewing some of the company’s invoices, a court was told.

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