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TECH TALK April 25, 2018

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New assault case against Wisconson billionaire

A second woman has accused Wisconsin billionaire Samuel Curtis Johnson III of sexual assault.

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NASA conducts quiet sonic boom tests near Texas Gulf Coast

NASA is monitoring how residents living near the Texas Gulf Coast react to quiet sonic booms as the space agency works on an experimental aircraft that could significantly reduce commercial flight times.

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'Move students during school construction'

BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson yesterday called on the government to relocate eight and ninth graders at A F Adderley High School due to ongoing construction.Mrs Wilson told The Tribune she met with officials yesterday to discuss

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Officials take a closer look at ministry project

OFFICIALS from the National Insurance Board recently conducted a site inspection of the proposed Ministry of National Security Building on John F Kennedy Drive with the new contractor, Inline Project Co Ltd.

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Freak accident kills worker

A FREAK accident at a construction site claimed the life of a 23-year-old man.

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Investors unanimously re-elect Bank's Board

Commonwealth Bank’s shareholders have voted unanimously to return all 10 directors to the Board at its Annual General Meeting.

PM praise for new building proposals

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis praised Nassau’s redevelopment as he marked the opening of a building on John F Kennedy Drive that will be occupied by Sunshine Insurance, Commonwealth Brewery and Gateway Ascendancy.

Bahamian players get bids into field for March Madness

WHEN the dust settled on “Selection Sunday,” four Bahamian players and their respective universities received bids into the 68-team field for the NCAA Men’s Division I Tournament, commonly referred to as “March Madness.”

Roads closed for Nottage funeral

THE Royal Bahamas Police Force has announced the following road closures for the official funeral of former Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage today.

Disney unveils website for its Eleuthera project

Disney Cruise Line has unveiled a website dedicated to its Lighthouse Point project in a bid to keep Bahamians informed about progress on the Eleuthera-based destination. The website,, was designed by a Bahamian company, F

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Descendants of Buffalo Bill die in plane crash

THE great-grandsons of Wild West character Buffalo Bill Cody have died in a plane crash after they were island-hopping in the Bahamas.

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Man accused over $1m blaze at brewery

A 41-year-old man was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court yesterday on a charge of intentionally setting fire to Commonwealth Brewery resulting in nearly $1m in damage.Darrell Neely, of Marshall Road, stood before Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans charged in

Injured Bail last Bahamian standing in NCAA tournament

FOUR Bahamian players entered the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball tournament, however just one remains - albeit in an injured role, as the field narrowed to the Sweet 16.

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Bain career high leads comeback win

Nathan Bain’s career high effort keyed a comeback win for the Stephen F Austin Lumberjacks to highlight Bahamian players in NCAA division I basketball Wednesday night.

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NCAA Division I basketball players in the spotlight

ABOUT a week away from “Selection Sunday”, Bahamians in NCAA Division I basketball concluded their regular seasons and preparare for conference tournament play while others had early exits from their respective tournaments.

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Bahamas to face Canada, US Virgin Islands and DR

TEAM Bahamas will face Canada, The Dominican Republic, and The US Virgin Islands in the first round of qualifying for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023.

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Contracts signed for Exuma projects

Minister of Public Works and Transport Neko Grant flew into Exuma, Wednesday afternoon, for the contract signing ceremony of various infrastructure works for that island.

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CW Sawyer moving to UB campus

STUDENTS of C W Sawyer Primary School will be temporarily relocated to the University of the Bahamas’ campus to resume face-to-face classes on Monday.