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Travis Munnings and club win LPB title in Portugal

TRAVIS Munnings and Sporting Lisboa Benfica completed a dominant season in Portugal’s Liga Portuguesa de Basquetbol (LPB) with the 2022 championship title.

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Bahamian blood on US Second Amendment

Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis’ startling claim that 90 percent of confiscated guns used in murders in this country have been traced to American manufacturers and firearm retailers suggests to this writer that the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution is stained with Bahamian blood.

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Munnings advances to league final, Knowles returns after ruling

TRAVIS Munnings and his Portuguese club advanced to the league final while Zane Knowles and his Bulgarian club received a favourable ruling in arbitration to keep their playoff hopes alive.

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Compare Davis v Zelensky

Had PM Davis been in Volodymyr Zelensky’s shoes, I would want him to do the following:

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TEACHERS’ FEARS ON COVID TRACING: Union concern over ability to properly monitor school cases

THE Bahamas Union of Teachers is concerned about the capacity of the Ministry of Health and Wellness to facilitate proper contract tracing in the face of COVID-19 cases in schools and communities.

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Teachers: Use wisdom over shutting schools

THE Bahamas Union of Teachers is “closely monitoring” the spread of COVID-19 in public schools, its president Belinda Wilson urging the Ministry of Education to “utilise wisdom” as examinations get underway.

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Teams battle it out for the Hummel Cup

WHILE the weather did not cooperate over the weekend at the Roscoe Davies Soccer Complex, this did not dampen the spirit of the competitors in the men and women divisions of the Hummel Cup Soccer Tournament.

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‘One more big investment’ to turn around GB fortunes

Grand Bahama businesses are “optimistic” on the prospects the Carnival Cruise Line groundbreaking ceremony for its new port destination gives for the island, but say that the island needs one more huge investment for it to turn the fortunes of the residents.

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WORLD VIEW: Abortion is a woman’s right - legalise it

(The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States of America and the Organization of American States. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London and Massey College in the University of Toronto).

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STATESIDE: Why is Kremlin reportedly planning a grand celebration of its military?

THIS Sunday is celebrated generally in the West and specifically in the US and UK as V-E (Victory in Europe) Day, commemorating the Allied triumph over the Axis powers in World War II. May 8 was the date in 1945 when the German army surrendered to the victorious allies led by America and Great Britain.

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Scholarship fund to benefit from cathedral art exhibition

AN exhibition is being held by artist Jé-Rome Harris Miller, titled Colours of Celebration 2022. The event will be held tonight at the Dean Patrick L Adderley venue at Christ Church Cathedral Hall on George Street, at 6pm.

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Scholarship fund to benefit from cathedral art exhibition

AN exhibition is being held by artist Jé-Rome Harris Miller, titled Colours of Celebration 2022.

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PETER YOUNG: Farewell to a famous prince

BY its nature, news reporting has to be selective. Editors worldwide determine what is of interest and whether, for a variety of reasons, it should be brought to public attention and is worthy of publication.

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Rasta belief

Based on a March 25 Tribune article on Bobo Ashanti members of the Ethiopia Africa Black International Congress (EABIC), I am inclined to believe that these Nassau-based Rastas were unhappy about the visit of the Dutch and Duchess of Cambridge to The Bahamas. It was either on the 26 or 27 of March when Prince William posted on Twitter a moving tribute about the resilience of Abaconians some two-and-a-half years removed from Hurricane Dorian.

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UB Mingoes men’s soccer enjoy Sunday scrimmages

AS competition is slowly coming back on stream, The University of The Bahamas men’s soccer team is getting ready for competition with a series of scrimmages.

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$100k fine for drugs charges

A MAN was fined $100,000 yesterday for drug charges dating back to 2014.

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Peyton Wong ranks 6th in High Point Rider standings

UNIVERSITY of Tampa Equestrian Peyton Wong ended her competition season ranked 6th overall in the 2022 High Point Rider standings for Zone V Region 5 of the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA).

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Man accused of string of Andros robberies

A MAN suffering from mental illness was charged in the Magistrate’s Court for a string of robberies in Andros.

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STATESIDE: ‘Subtext’ in the crisis in Ukraine

ELAINE is a New Yorker who has travelled extensively and worked overseas, including in the Caribbean where she fell in love with The Bahamas. She is definitely “woke.” To describe her as a fervently liberal anti-Trumper is a huge understatement.

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