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Families left homeless after blaze destroys homes on Bimini

Police on the island of Bimini are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fire which destroyed four homes and reportedly left 11 families homeless on Sunday.

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Eric Wiberg: Wives and bases

THE build-up of New Providence into the hub of all South Atlantic air deliveries to the Allies in Africa, the Mediterranean, Middle and Far East was sudden, yet the nation’s air hub was built as Windsor Field for the RAF Ferry Command, and to support the RAF Transport Command, the No 113 Transport Wing instructors who trained over 7,000 students for the front, and to deliver over 9,000 aircraft to Africa.

EDITORIAL: Is taxation the solution to our sins?

IT appears the government plans to make us pay for our sins – literally.

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Minus makes a pitch for women’s pro card

WITH the return of professional boxing with the first all-female show taking place next weekend, promoter Michelle Minus made a special pitch for support from the Southeast Nassau Rotary Club.

Harbour Bay parking

Annoyance is a mild description when trying to shop at Harbour Bay Shopping Centre – where do the potential shoppers park?

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Dr Wentia Ford-Diagne remembers her late father

In an effort to help keep the legacy of her late father alive, former versatile athlete Dr Wentia Ford-Diagne has established the Wenty Ford Sports Foundation with a “50-50 Dream Big” initiative.

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Minister: Don’t wait until last minute to buy CARIFTA tickets

WITH the 50th CARIFTA Games only 15 days away, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Mario Bowleg is urging Bahamians not to wait until the last minute to purchase their tickets for the event.

Tit-for-tat over FTX

Greetings. And thank you for the space in your daily publication to proffer up these several points Of view.

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PETER YOUNG: Maintaing Indo-Pacific peace is focus of AUKUS in face of assertive China

WITH the publicity surrounding last week’s San Diego meeting about the AUKUS agreement, I wonder how many people will have recalled one of US President Biden’s famous gaffes. T

Cruise deal strikes nerve

The Minister of Education gave her opinion on the pending cruise deal and it seems to have struck a nerve, especially with the politically active. Is it what she said or how she said it? Some are saying that it is more about the time that she chose to say it, however, this is a view she has always held.

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Inter-school National Golf Championships April 17-21 at BGF’S 9-hole driving range

AFTER hosting two successful events in 2021 and 2022, the Bahamas Golf Federation’s Junior Golf Association is eager to put on the third edition of the Inter-School National Golf Championships.

‘Up the ante’ on cruise line deals

A former Bahamas National Trust (BNT) chief yesterday said this nation must “up the ante” and leverage its “natural capital” to obtain better deals from the cruise industry, adding: “We give up too easily.”

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Texas A&M Aggies capture inaugural Island Relays

GRAND Bahama — Veteran coach Pat Henry remembers his last trip to The Bahamas in October to participate in the homegoing service for his former Olympic sprinter Shavez Hart. This time, he was in a more celebratory mood as his Texas A&M Aggies captured the inaugural Island Relays over the weekend.

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Texas A&M Aggies lead Island Relays Bahamas

GRAND Bahama: After the first day of competition, Texas A&M Aggies have surged in front in the two-day Island Relays Bahamas at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex.

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Three arrests after armed robbery, shootout with police

Three men known to police were arrested on Friday after an armed robbery led to a chase and a shootout between police officers and suspects.

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Police Force receives 10 new SUVs donated by US

A fleet of 10 new SUVs was given to the Royal Bahamas Police Force on Friday, outfitted with the latest technology to aid in the fight against crime.

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Cynthia Mother Pratt Foundation donates supplies to Ministry of Health

“HUNDREDS” of cleaning supplies and utensils were donated to The Ministry of Health for clinics and other facilities throughout The Bahamas on Friday, from the Cynthia Mother Pratt Foundation, with help from supporters and sponsors in the United States.

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Clubs and Societies: 17th March, 2023.

Abaco Strong Abaco Strong holds its next Abaco Farmers Market at Treasure Cay Park tomorrow from 9am-2pm.

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Island Relays Bahamas Spring University Track & Field Invitational this weekend in Grand Bahama

ALL six of the universities from the United States of America are now in Freeport, Grand Bahama to participate in Island Relays Bahamas Spring University Track and Field Invitational this weekend at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex.