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Survivors recount abuse hell

DAVINA Smith was only 13 years old when she conceived a child by her molester.

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Building destroyed at International Bazaar

A dilapidated commercial building was gutted and destroyed following a massive fire at the International Bazaar early yesterday morning.

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20,000 vaccinated in Grand Bahama

ABOUT 20,000 persons today are fully vaccinated in Grand Bahama, but there is a concern over the significant drop-off in COVID-19 vaccinations recently on the island.

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INSIGHT: Time we got real and ended the stigma of mental illness

Although the Ministry of Health has tried very hard to lessen the stigma of mental illness, health professionals admit there is a whole lot more to be done to assist those suffering from mental disorders.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: Land lease is a circus but no one’s laughing

THE greatest showman who ever lived, PT Barnum, gifted the world with this hard truth; “There’s a sucker born every minute.”

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Toledo Rockets tip off ‘Nassau Championship’ with victory

THE Toledo Rockets opened a week of NCAA basketball at the inaugural Baha Mar Hoops with the first win in the series of tournaments.

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Repeat offender admits taking off ankle bracelet

A REPEAT offender who removed his ankle bracelet was once again sentenced to time on remand yesterday after admitting he broke into a man’s home to steal last week.

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Mitchell and his propaganda

Please allow me space in your column to express my views on a story that appeared in your Tuesday, November 23, 2021, edition under the headline, “Mitchell says Minnis should go quietly”.

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14 sworn in as Bahamas citizens

FOURTEEN people were sworn-in as Bahamian citizens at an official swearing-in ceremony yesterday in Grand Bahama.

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Journalist claims sister’s death was due to negligence

SHENIQUE Miller, host of Beyond The Headlines, has criticised the care her sister received at Princess Margaret Hospital, alleging “negligence” was to blame for Swanson Miller’s death.

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Golden Gates church row simmers on

FORMER defendants in the Golden Gates World Outreach Ministries case said the recent ruling of Supreme Court Justice Ian Winder, which was favourable to them, is still not being followed, more than a month after the judgement was handed down.

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Epic matchup in Battle 4 Atlantis

The inaugural Bad Boy Mowers’ Battle 4 Atlantis Women’s Tournament will conclude with an epic matchup between the top two teams in all of college basketball.

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Triathlete Ralph Wood III all set for inaugural Jr Pan Am Games

TRIATHLETE Ralph Wood III and several members of the swim team will be the first Bahamians to participate in their respective disciplines when competition begins at the inaugural Junior Pan American Games this week.

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Moss calls for national anti-crime strategy

BAHAMAS Against Crime Executive Director Rev C B Moss yesterday called for a comprehensive national anti-crime strategy, noting that the scourge of crime has continued to ravage Bahamian society.

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Bell praises immigration officers after promotion

IMMIGRATION and Labour Minister Keith Bell commended the 48 officers at the Department of Immigration in Grand Bahama who received their promotions in rank on Thursday.

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Suspect charged with murder

A 32-year-old man was in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday with murder.

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Suspect is accused of possession of pistol

A COURT was told a police officer discovered a loaded gun under an abandoned vehicle behind which a suspect was hiding in an attempt to evade arrest.

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Probe after plane gear collapse

THE Aircraft Accident Investigation Authority is investigating after a plane suffered a nose gear collapse in South Abaco early Thursday.

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NIB chief’s three-year deal was standard

FORMER Public Service Minister Brensil Rolle has insisted the Minnis administration did nothing untoward when it executed a three-year contract of employment with National Insurance Board director James Moss.

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Cabbage Beach access row nears resolution

TOURISM, Investments and Aviation Minister Chester Cooper says government is very “close” to resolving concerns relating to Cabbage Beach access, suggesting the matter could be concluded in the “next week or so”.

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