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What’s it all worth? We still don’t know

The curator of the new Bahamas Maritime Museum says the government - through the Antiquities Monuments & Museums Corporation (AMMC) - have their portion of Spanish treasure found off the coast of Grand Bahama.

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DIANE PHILLIPS: Who really named The Bahamas? Was it Lucayans, not the Spanish and does it really mean what we think?

FOR AS long as any of us can remember, we have believed what we have been tol that the Spanish who first discovered these islands in 1492 gave them their name, Bahama, meaning shallow sea.

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This week's Tribune Obituaries PDF edition

Thursday, 4th August, 2022.

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Suspect is charged with four-year-old boy's murder

A 22-year-old man was remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services yesterday in connection with the murder of four-year-old Kenton Seymour Jr.

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Man accused of accomplice's death in botched murder scheme

A MAN was remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services yesterday for the death of his accomplice in a botched murder scheme after a string of attempted murders.

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LaQuan Nairn lands in final

BIRMINGHAM, England — After falling short of getting into the final of the men’s long jump at the World Championships in Eugene, Oregon, LaQuan Nairn said he’s looking forward to nothing but the gold here at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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'Very small' US hike impact as national debt past $12bn

The Ministry of Finance's top official yesterday said last week's Federal Reserve rate hike had "a very small" impact on interest costs tied to the $2.317bn in foreign currency debt held by external investors.

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Pregnant woman was among boating tragedy victims

A pregnant woman was among the victims of the recent boating tragedy that left 17 Haitians migrants dead.

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Police find drugs in Grand Bahama operations

Grand Bahama police discovered a quantity of suspected marijuana in the Pinder’s Point area this week.

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Man expected to be charged next week in connection with four-year-old's death

POLICE Commissioner Clayton Fernander said a man is expected to be charged early next week in connection with the death of four-year-old Kenton Seymour Jr.

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Global award for PM

PRIME Minister Philip ‘Brave’ Davis yesterday accepted the 2022 Water and Energy Exchange (WEX) global award in the category of innovation and financial partnership.

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COVID gives Doctors $58m top-line boost

Doctors Hospital has enjoyed a $58m revenue boost from COVID-19, it was revealed yesterday, helping to send net income soaring by 130 percent year-over-year for the 12 months to end-January 2022.

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Bahamas ‘riding the bet’ over tourism demand

The Bahamas is “riding the bet” that pent-up tourism demand will offset a slowing US and global economy, a financial provider said yesterday, while warning: “That may not last for long.”

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‘No need to fear’ over Scotiabank-NUA deal

Bahamas First’s top executive yesterday dismissed concerns over its wholly-owned agency’s tie-up with Scotiabank, saying: “The market doesn’t need to fear there’ll be unfair competition.”

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Marlins push undefeated record to 2-0 in New Providence Softball Association

WHILE the Mystic Marlins stayed undefeated, the C&S Hitmen rebounded to get their first victory as the New Providence Softball Association action continued on Saturday night in the Bankers Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.

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Shaunae Miller-Uibo on 400m event: ‘I’m putting it to rest’

EUGENE, Oregon (AP) — Shaunae Miller-Uibo ran away with the 400-metre title at world championships. Now, she may be walking away from the one-lap event for good.

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