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MP CALLS FOR END TO ARAWAK SHARES

MP CALLS FOR END TO ARAWAK SHARES By KHRISNA VIRGIL kvirgil@tribunemedia.net FOX Hill MP Fred Mitchell called for government to "cease and desist" all future plans for the Arawak Port Development sharing agreement. His statement came after Prime Ministe

Bahamas police call in New York supercop

Bahamas police call in New York supercop THE man credited with breaking the back of New York City's criminal underworld has been invited to advise Bahamian police as the government steps up its zero tolerance campaign against all forms of criminality. Wi

BTC at the double for new stores

BTC at the double for new stores BTC opened the doors of two new stores in four days this week. The telecom company opened its Shirley Street store in Nassau yesterday and another in George Town, Exuma, on April 19. Both had been closed for extensive ren

Blaze destroys apartments

Blaze destroys apartments By DENISE MAYCOCK Tribune Freeport Reporter dmaycock@tribunemedia.net FREEPORT - Several persons are homeless after fire destroyed a four-unit apartment building in the Forbisher Drive area on Saturday. Solange Monestine,

Lyford Cay Foundation now accepting applications

LYFORD Cay Foundation Inc and the Canadian Lyford Cay Foundation are now accepting online applications for academic, technical training and vocational scholarships for study at approved institutions in the US, Canada, the UK and the Caribbean. All applica

Lyford Cay Foundation now accepting applications

LYFORD Cay Foundation Inc and the Canadian Lyford Cay Foundation are now accepting online applications for academic, technical training and vocational scholarships for study at approved institutions in the US, Canada, the UK and the Caribbean. All applica

Lyford Cay Foundation now accepting applications

LYFORD Cay Foundation Inc and the Canadian Lyford Cay Foundation are now accepting online applications for academic, technical training and vocational scholarships for study at approved institutions in the US, Canada, the UK and the Caribbean. All applica

Zero tolerance pledge by PM

Zero tolerance pledge by PM PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham declared war last night on the casual attitude to petty crimes in the Bahamas. Speaking at the opening of the FNM's Ft Charlotte constituency office, Mr Ingraham said he is spearheading a zero-to

Zero tolerance pledge by PM

Zero tolerance pledge by PM PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham declared war last night on the casual attitude to petty crimes in the Bahamas. Speaking at the opening of the FNM's Ft Charlotte constituency office, Mr Ingraham said he is spearheading a zero-to

Law firm calls for creation of Bahamas aircraft registry

TWO senior lawyers are calling for the creation of a Bahamas aircraft registry, saying it could lead to a host of related businesses and industries. They said such a registry would create jobs, fuel economic diversity, potentially boost Family Island busi

Law firm calls for creation of Bahamas aircraft registry

TWO senior lawyers are calling for the creation of a Bahamas aircraft registry, saying it could lead to a host of related businesses and industries. They said such a registry would create jobs, fuel economic diversity, potentially boost Family Island busi

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are