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01172022 HOME BUYER'S GUIDE

Monday, 17th January, 2022.

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WORLD VIEW: Commonwealth Caribbean countries – all republics by 2030?

BY 2030, it is more than likely that the eight independent Commonwealth countries which are still monarchical states, with Queen Elizabeth II as their Sovereign, will become Republics.

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THE KDK REPORT: Lessons from a way of life

HAVE you ever noticed that members of the Rastafarian community have largely remained relatively unscathed by the COVID- 19 pandemic?

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Bad weather cancels as many cruise calls as COVID’s Omicron

Nassau Cruise Port’s top executive yesterday said it has lost more vessel calls to bad weather than the COVID Omicron variant with berth bookings “very solid” for the remainder of 2022.

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‘He said he was coming inside - then gunshots’

A MAN is dead after he was shot outside his home on Friday night.

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Open schools

The mission statement of The Ministry of Education & Technical & Vocational Training, Bahamas is “To provide ALL persons in the Bahamas an opportunity to receive a quality education in an interdependent changing world.” I cannot think of a more true example than the world we live in today.

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Police are human

I am honored that you have given me this opportunity to say thank you to the Commissioner and the officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force for all that they do.

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Sale frustration leaves Treasure Cay ‘in limbo’

Uncertainty over Treasure Cay’s post-Dorian recovery and future ownership is dampening its economic prospects and resulting in “endless” streams of revenue being left untapped.

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Terrence Jones off to record-breaking start

Grand Bahamian Terrence Jones got off to a scorching, record-breaking start in his indoor debut for the Texas Tech Red Raiders to highlight a weekend filled with a number of Bahamians competing for their respective colleges and universities in various meets around the United States of America.

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Ryan Reckley makes it official with Giants

THE most highly touted Bahamian prospect of the 2022 International Signing Class, Ryan Reckley made it official with the San Francisco Giants.

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Neymour and Simmons sign with Marlins

CHERIF Neymour and Toby Simmons became the latest Bahamian prospects to join the Miami Marlins organisation. The International Sports Academy prospects officially signed their professional contracts surrounded by their respective support systems at the Balmoral on the opening day of the 2022 International Signing Period.

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‘Pure Athletics’ stars hit track

WHILE she cherishes every opportunity she gets to return home, “Golden Girl” Shaunae Miller-Uibo said there’s no better gratification for her to be able to do it with some of her training partners in Pure Athletics Track Club.

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Minnis: Govt priority should be those who have not been paid

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said the Davis administration’s priority should be on people who have not been paid for contracted government work and not on sending a large delegation to Dubai.

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Hotel workers 'helped tremendously' by govt's free COVID test pilot

BAHAMAS Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union President Darrin Woods says hotel workers have been helped tremendously by government’s free COVID-19 test pilot.

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Defence Force COVID-19 cases peaked at 216 in first week of January

DURING the first week of this month, COVID-19 infections within the Royal Bahamas Defence Force peaked at 216 cases, according to its Commodore Raymond King.

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DIANE PHILLIPS: The Great Resignation – is The Bahamas vulnerable?

ALL the talk about everything COVID has made us weary.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: Is marijuana really a cure for COVID?

A NEW study released this week has marijuana enthusiasts beaming, comedians laughing as they pen the related material. (Yours truly included)

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Cannabis legislation ‘expected in first quarter’

THE Davis administration is expected to bring legislation for a cannabis industry in the first quarter of this year, Director of Communications in the Office of the Prime Minister Latrae Rahming announced yesterday.

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Price? All we want is to see Lucayan sold

GRAND Bahama Chamber of Commerce president Greg Laroda believes that getting the Grand Lucayan resort sold is more important to Grand Bahamians than the proposed price tag of $150m.

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Over 100 make up delegation to Dubai Expo

MORE than 100 people, including Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis, made up a delegation that went to Dubai to attend a world expo that showcased the country’s cultural and technological offerings.