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Talks on examinations for students in quarantine

WITH national examinations set to resume on schedule this year, Education Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin said officials are now discussing how best they can accommodate students in quarantine.

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Fraudsters plunder $2m through bank’s blunder

A Bahamian financial institution’s “serious error and negligence” resulted in fraudsters plundering more than $2m from one of its client’s accounts, the Supreme Court has revealed.

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Just 6% of clients hit by data breach at Sebas’ venture

The e-commerce platform owned by Sebas Bastian yesterday said only 6 percent of customers were impacted by a recent data breach as it sought to reassure that all necessary measures are being taken to rectify the problem.

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Regatta time again!

CLOSING ceremony festivities for the National Family Island Regatta C & E Class Championship were held in George Town, Exuma, on Saturday evening.

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Data breach hits Sebas’ ‘Amazon’

Sebas Bastian’s regional e-commerce platform yesterday revealed it has been hit by a data breach that “compromised” the credit card information of Bahamians and other nationalities across the Caribbean and Latin America.

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Jazz hits his 6th home run of season

PHOENIX (AP) — Jacob Stallings hit a go-ahead single in the ninth, Jasrado “Jazz” Chisholm Jr followed with a three-run homer and the Miami Marlins used an eight-run final inning to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 11-3 yesterday.

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Stars to attend Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational gala at Baha Mar

LEGENDARY professional baseball player turned executive Derek Jeter will hold his inaugural Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational (DJCI) Gala at Baha Mar’s Performing Arts & Convention Center in The Bahamas on Saturday, April 30.

US to freeze PI ‘Raider’s’ $21m

US regulators have moved to freeze three Bahamian bank accounts owned by the Paradise Island “Raider” as they bid to seize $21.1m in “ill-gotten gains” generated by a $100m multinational securities fraud ring.

Hope for women who suffer from recurrent UTIs

A belated Mother's Day gift for women in the Bahamas: a ray of hope for women who suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections. Many women are plagued with the pain and tremendous frustration of recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs).

Hope for women who suffer from recurrent UTIs

A belated Mother's Day gift for women in the Bahamas: a ray of hope for women who suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections. Many women are plagued with the pain and tremendous frustration of recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs).

The Davis administration

In all things we give God thanks, look where we are nine months later after Minnis called an early election, isn’t God good? We learn to thank Him for all things, His divine intervention is like bringing the children out of Egypt to the promised land.

When not to wear a hat

A gentleman should remove his hat as he enters a building, including a restaurant, home, classroom, theatre, church. This rule includes baseball caps and casual hats.

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INSIGHT: Time for our own regional song contest?

ONCE a year, a unique occasion captures the world’s attention. The Eurovision Song Contest is a weird, camp, remarkable music event that manages to be both ironic and wears its heart on its sleeve all at once.

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BTC continues regatta sponsorship

FOLLOWING a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, BTC will continue its on-going sponsorship of the National Family Island Regatta that is being held this week in George Town, Exuma.

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A new era for pace

PROVIDING Access to Continued Education has renamed its East and Plantol Streets building as the Andrea Archer Institute, in honour of its founder.

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‘Thunderball’ causes storm on Staniel Cay

The Supreme Court this week extended the construction halt on a property at the centre of an escalating dispute between Staniel Cay homeowners over fears it is a boutique hotel development in disguise.

Watson on disclosures is ludicrous

The comment from none other than PM press secretary on the non-compliance of many MPs is totally ludicrous... we take that approach then not paying $1bn of taxes we can use the same excuse? Sorry, Mr Watson, out of order.

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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.

Act now to protect everyone

Senator Michaela Barnet-Ellis’ renewal of calls to “act now to protect women and children” in The Tribune on May 5, 2022 continues to expose issues of sexual violence in the Bahamas, but are echoed across the globe.

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Walker’s home run, 3 RBIs lead D-Backs past ‘Jazz’ and Marlins 5-4

MIAMI (AP) — Christian Walker had a home run, double and three RBIs, and Arizona Diamondbacks held on to beat the Miami Marlins 5-4 last night.