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New funding for region announced as Vice President arrives

AS United States Vice President Kamala Harris arrives in The Bahamas today, a wave of funding has been announced for the region, with more than $100m in new assistance.

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Bare Naked Advice – Ask Maggie and get answers: Password privacy vs secrecy

Relationship and intimacy specialist Maggie Bain – also known as the Bare Naked Coach – has returned to the Bahamas to help local couples repair their relationships. She will be answering questions which she has received for Tribune Woman in the hopes of helping individuals with similar romantic problems.

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‘Old infrastructure impacting efficiency of young Wartsila generators at BPL’

BAHAMAS Power and Light officials led reporters on a tour of the Clifton Pier power plant yesterday, showing how the young Wartsila engines are surrounded by old infrastructure, impacting the efficiency of the machines.

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Dog chases off a 12-foot hammerhead shark

A remarkable video circulating on social media shows a dog chasing off a 12-foot hammerhead shark.

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PM: New cruise port 'a major step forward in the transformation of Nassau'

PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis hailed the opening of the new cruise port as a “major step forward in the transformation of Nassau” on Friday – and noted the importance of the opening to the Downtown area.

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Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association basketball results

THE following games were played at The Hope Center on University Commons on Tuesday.

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Cougars get red carpet

THE Charles W Saunders School rolled out the red carpet on their school grounds yesterday as they celebrated the historic Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools’ basketball championship feat by their Cougars senior boys’ basketball team.

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Hugh Campbell opening day

PRESTIGIOUS BASKETBALL CLASSIC JUMPS OFF TODAY

Will the Grand Bahama Secondary Schools Athletic Association’s senior boys’ basketball champions be Tabernacle Baptist Falcons or will the New Providence champions Charles W Saunders or CI Gibson Rattlers have enough left in the tank to pull off the 39th edition title of the prestigious Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic?

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L W Young Golden Eagles celebrate in special ceremony

IN a special ceremony yesterday morning, the faculty and staff of L W Young Junior High School celebrated its impressive performances from its Golden Eagles’ boys and girls teams in the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s volleyball championships.

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Bahamas celebrates 50th anniversary of Independence

The Bahamas officially marked the 50th anniversary of Independence in front of a huge crowd at Clifford Park on Sunday night into Monday morning – culminating in a spectacular fireworks display.

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Coalition of Independents delivers letter to Governor General urging a commission of inquiry into actions of Immigration Minister

COALITION of Independents Leader Lincoln Bain and party supporters delivered a letter to the Office of the Governor General yesterday urging a commission of inquiry into the actions of Immigration Minister Keith Bell.

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28 rescued as tourist boat capsizes off Rose Island

POLICE are investigating after a boat capsized just off Rose Island on Friday with 28 people on board.

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Softball shifts into high gear at Bankers’ Field

THE sixth Bahamas Games’ softball competition is now in high gear in the Bankers’ Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex and the Long Island Sheep Runners are hoping to make their presence felt over the next three days.