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Minister 'detests' Contractor chief's talking through media

A CABINET Minister yesterday blamed the Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) for the sector’s delayed regulation, saying he “detests” how its president is talking to him through the media.Desmond Bannister, minister of works, said the failure to im

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Poll says no fee for casino entry

Bahamians should NOT have to pay a fee to gamble in local casinos, according to the majority of voters in the Tribune242.com poll.

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COMING THIS WEEKEND: The Tribune's Top 5

This Saturday, a brand new online feature begins on tribune242.com: The Tribune's Top 5.

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Hypocrisy of PLP over VAT

Comments regarding VAT being increased from 7.5 percent to 12 percent, made by the leader and several members of Her Majesty’s loyal opposition as well as various, former government members unceremoniously dispatched from office just over 12 months ago under a cloud and shroud of mismanagement, incompetence and greed, can best be described as abhorrent, contemptible, detestable, despicable, hypocritical, insincere, repugnant and reprehensible.

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Followers flock to The Tribune online

Followers flock to The Tribune online Readers continue to flock to The Tribune online, with the 5,000 'likes' barrier on our Facebook site being broken this weekend. This comes after a huge number of visits to the tribune242.com website throughout May. M

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Crisis Centre was right to turn down Miller donation, say readers

The Bahamas Crisis Centre was right to turn down a $1,000 donation from Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, according to the majority of voters in the tribune242.com poll.

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The homosexual and bisexual plague

EDITOR, The Tribune.

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The mysterious disappearance of Urban Renewal

URBAN Renewal has vanished completely from Grand Bahama...

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Readers react to gay pride weekend

THERE was a lively response on tribune242.com yesterday to the news that four days of pride celebrations will kick off this weekend in a bid to strengthen existing support systems for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community.

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Voters agree roadworks will be worth expense

THE New Providence roadworks WILL be worth the expense once they are completed, according to the majority of voters in The Tribune's online poll. Three hundred voters said the expense was worth it, compared to 127 who said it wasn't. Those commenting on T

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Voters agree roadworks will be worth expense

THE New Providence roadworks WILL be worth the expense once they are completed, according to the majority of voters in The Tribune's online poll. Three hundred voters said the expense was worth it, compared to 127 who said it wasn't. Those commenting on T

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Voters agree roadworks will be worth expense

THE New Providence roadworks WILL be worth the expense once they are completed, according to the majority of voters in The Tribune's online poll. Three hundred voters said the expense was worth it, compared to 127 who said it wasn't. Those commenting on T

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Voters agree roadworks will be worth expense

THE New Providence roadworks WILL be worth the expense once they are completed, according to the majority of voters in The Tribune's online poll. Three hundred voters said the expense was worth it, compared to 127 who said it wasn't. Those commenting on T

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OFF THE SPECTRUM: Don’t be so down

Down syndrome (DS) is a disorder that has been around for ages. Frankly, before I became knowledgeable of the origin of the name Down syndrome, I detested it. To me, it evoked sadness. It was as if the individuals with DS should be pitied. When I was made privy of how this name originated, I felt humbled at first, then appreciative.

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Tribune readers back tougher surrey rules

VOTERS in a Tribune poll have backed the suggestion of stricter guidelines for surrey drivers, following the death of a surrey horse last week.

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Tribune to publish again Saturday

THE Tribune is not due to be published tomorrow, Friday - the next edition will be The Big T on Saturday, which will carry full reports and pictures of the storm.

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LIVE COVERAGE: We March Bahamas

Protest event gets underway.

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EDITOR, The Tribune.

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Majority unhappy with Dame Marguerite's appointment as Governor-General

The majority of Tribune readers are unhappy with Dame Marguerite’s appointment as Governor General, according to the tribune242.com poll, with just 19 per cent in favour of her appointment.

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OLYMPIC GAMES: Shaunae Miller receives medal; but tough night in 200m, high jump, long jump

If you've managed to catch your breath after all of last night's drama, here is the schedule for Team Bahamas at the Olympic Games today:

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