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Rodney Moncur taken into police custody, again

Reports have reached The Tribune that Justice of the Peace and former DNA candidate Rodney Moncur has been taken into police custody for the second time in one week.

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Tribune reaches online milestones

The Tribune's online following continues to grow with the 10,000 'likes' milestone reached on Facebook and more than 5,500 readers now following on Twitter.

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Stalls and boats destroyed in Potter's Cay blaze (Video)

The Fire Department is investigating after a huge blaze destroyed several structures and two boats at Potter’s Cay on Sunday.

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Minnis rallies in readers' poll to be named best person to lead FNM

THE latest tribune242.com poll saw a big swing in the final hours of it being online.

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Southeastern islands prepared for Tropical Storm Laura

Minister of Disaster Preparedness Iram Lewis said the southeastern islands of the Bahamas are prepared and officials are closely watching Tropical Storm Laura and its track in the Bahamas.

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Make your domain your own

I like the Japanese proverb that says: “Tigers die and leave their skins, while people die and leave their names”. If this is accurate, let’s look at the significance of other name types. I am sure you’d agree that practically everyone, and everything is known, labelled, tagged or remembered by names.

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VIDEO: B.B.C. news features Bahamian family's Commonwealth judo hopefuls

Head of the Bahamian Judo Association D'Arcy Rahming is the father of three judo champions - and two of his children will be representing the nation at this year's Commonwealth Games.

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Nomination Day: As it happened

All the news as candidates nominate for their constituencies . . .

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OLYMPIC GAMES: Bahamas in action

Today sees Bahamian athletes in action for the first time at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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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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Two men shot dead in separate incidents

Two men are dead after shootings on Saturday night and early on Sunday morning.

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TRIBUNE POLL: Readers say 'no' to carnival

THE majority of voters in The Tribune online poll say they are NOT in favour of the Government’s controversial decision to host a Carnival in the Bahamas.

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PM tells COP26: Do what is needed, not what you can get away with

PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis called on world leaders to take concrete action on climate change as he spoke at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland on Tuesday.

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The mysterious disappearance of Urban Renewal

URBAN Renewal has vanished completely from Grand Bahama...

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VIDEO: Waterspouts spotted amid freaky weather

Incredible footage of waterspouts has been doing the rounds on social media after inclement weather around New Providence shortly before noon on Thursday.

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Share your wedding joy with The Tribune

Tribune242 is giving couples the chance to share their wedding joy online with our new Bahamas Bride feature.

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Urban Renewal 2.0 an admission of failure?

The reality is there are many government ministries, departments, agencies that are already responsible for all the tasks now assigned to Urban Renewal 2.0.

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‘Political threats forced me to quit’

The Bahamian Contractors Association’s (BCA) president yesterday blamed “sinister and unprecedented” political pressure for forcing him to resign to protect the group’s advocacy efforts.