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Teams advance in high school soccer nationals

Three teams kept their quest of winning the 2024 Samuel P Haven Jr High School Soccer Nationals alive yesterday at Roscow A L Davies Soccer Field while another trio of teams were eliminated from the tournament.

Harbour traffic needs monitoring

Once again I am concerned about the state of the Nassau Harbour.

KENT BAZARD: Deciphering the Complexity of Sports Hernia

IN the intricate tapestry of sports-related injuries, few conditions present as vexing a challenge as the enigmatic sports hernia.

Auto H & L borrowers hit by excess interest

Several thousand Bahamians may have been over-charged interest on loans issued by one of this nation’s largest used car dealers, it was revealed yesterday.

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COP warns residents to remain vigilant over armed robberies

POLICE Commissioner Clayton Fernander urged residents to stay vigilant and heed warnings to remain safe, following three armed robberies this week.

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Mingoes pick Baha Jrs apart with 10-0 win

THE University of The Bahamas men’s soccer team seemingly could not be stopped against BahaJrs in Bahamas Football Association action recently at the Roscoe A.L. Davies Field.

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Bahamas' financial services sector 'world class' ahead of FATF assessment

PRIME Minister Philip Davis trumpeted The Bahamas’ “world-class” financial services sector as the country prepares for another mutual evaluation assessment by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) “on the horizon”.

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Six straight: Team Bahamas wins 2024 CARIFTA Swimming Championships

As expected, Team Bahamas completed its dominance of the 2024 CARIFTA Swimming Championships with its sixth consecutive victory and the eighth out of the past nine titles. Mission accomplished.

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PI resort proposal expands units 46%

The former Paradise Harbour Club’s proposed redevelopment is being expanded to a seven-storey hotel featuring a 46 percent increase in units compared to earlier plans.

Genesis triumph at BSAA annual meet

THE Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association completed its annual track and field meet on Friday at the original Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium with Genesis Academy emerging as this year’s champions.

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‘Why should we believe you?’, key witness asked by lawyer

A DEFENCE attorney asked a key witness in the criminal trial of Long Island MP Adrian Gibson and others why jurors should believe her testimony after she admitted to lying to police during her record of interview.

A year later, how is egg programme?

TOWARDS the end of last year l asked the question: What is happening with the big time expensive PR promised/ plenty talk and fanfare openings of the $15m Golden Yolk Programme throughout our Family of Islands?

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Glenn ‘Nassau’ Pratt to be inducted into Hall of Fame

GLENN “Nassau” Pratt, one of the youngest Bahamians to turn professional at the age of 20, will become the latest Bahamian to be inducted into the African American Golfers Hall of Fame.

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WITNESS ‘DID NOT SIGN’ CONTRACTS: Cashier tells court signature on papers does not match hers

A KEY witness in the criminal trial of Adrian Gibson and five others claimed she never signed maintenance contracts awarded to a company of which she was a shareholder when court documents allegedly bearing her signature were shown to her in court yesterday.

INSIGHT: The solutions to our crime issues begin with our children

THE home life of men in prison is dominated by numerous "stressors". In some places statistics show that as many as eight of ten men in prisons came from abusive or broken homes.

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Mingoes rain down goals on Inter-Nassau FC blues

THE University of the Bahamas men’s soccer team started off very slow against Inter-Nassau FC Blues Sunday in Bahamas Football Association action at The Roscow A.L. Davies Field.

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DR KENT BAZARD – Daily resolve over annual resolutions

AS we stand on the threshold of a new year, it’s a tradition for many to embark on a journey of self-improvement through the ritual of New Year’s resolutions. We enthusiastically declare our intentions to shed those extra pounds, hit the gym religiously, or nally conquer our fitness goals.

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FRONT PORCH – Person of the year: Kim Outten Stubbs, Preserver and Chronicler of history and heritage

KIM Outten Stubbs is a master teacher, an educator by vocation. Earlier in her career she taught at CC Sweeting, RM Bailey and St Augustine’s College. Her devotion to the subjects she taught, including Bahamian history and geography, was infectious. She was a no-nonsense teacher, but not without fun.

Grand Bahama senior boys steal spotlight

As the Providence Basketball Club’s 24th Yuletide Classic continued yesterday at the CI Gibson Gymnasium, the two senior boys teams from Grand Bahama took the spotlight.

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$98m to repair roads in Nassau

A $98m road paving programme will start next month to repair more than 50 miles of roads in New Providence in the first phase.