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THE person who killed a British expatriate in his western New Providence condo is believed to have taken his keys and locked the victim’s door, the complex’s property manager told The Tribune.
BRACED FOR HEAVY RAIN AND FLOODING: Grand Bahama awaits effects from Hurricane Ian, with homes still being repaired after Dorian
AS Hurricane Ian barrels its way to the Gulf Coast of Florida, Grand Bahama residents can expect to experience strong winds, heavy rain, and flooding in low-lying areas.
BAHAMAS Lawn Tennis Association collegiate tennis athletes are getting prepared for the 2022-23 season and a number of the players have seen pre-season action with their respective colleges.
UNCLE FEARED FOR LIFE IN AXE ATTACK: Assailant shot by police ‘had mental issues and killed close friend’
THE uncle of the 31-year-old assailant who was fatally shot by police on Sunday after he killed a man with an axe, said he feared for his life during his nephew’s rampage noting “either he would have killed me, or I would have killed him”.
GRAND Bahama experienced flooding, heavy rain, wind and thunderstorm conditions from the outer bands of powerful Hurricane Ian, which made landfall on Florida yesterday.
A MAN was charged in Magistrate’s Court yesterday for having unlawful sex with a 12-year-old girl in Andros.
THE hard work is certainly paying off for talented Bahamian national team point guard Domnick ‘Nardo’ Bridgewater.
A SENIOR civil servant believes she is in the waning days of her public service career due to alleged victimisation, having spent the better part of the last several months “staring at the walls every day” without any tasks to carry out.
AN Abaco MP has appealed for young men to stop the violence after a homicide was recorded on the island on Wednesday.
Eleven Cuban migrants were apprehended on Bimini on early Friday morning, police reported.
POLICE fatally shot a man who killed another man with an axe in the street last night.
MANY of the roots of gender inequality and discrimination are ancient prejudices often prescribed and reinforced by censorious religious strictures, most especially today, driven by religious fundamentalism and toxic masculinity.
STEPHEN Sears Jr got his first start of the season and his St Francis Xavier X-Men won an early matchup of undefeated teams in Atlantic University Sport Football.
With the assurance that the new Andre Rodgers Baseball Stadium will be completed by November, the Bahamas Baseball Association is moving full steam ahead with the hosting of the fourth Caribbean Cup.
A HAITIAN official urged his countrymen not to take dangerous voyages at sea, as nine unidentified women who died in a human smuggling operation were buried on Saturday.
TAMARAC, Florida — The University of The Bahamas men’s soccer team dropped two games over the weekend to The University of Fort Lauderdale Eagles over the weekend.
A MAN was placed on probation after admitting to cutting a chain link fence on Paradise Island to get to a beach.
THE Free National Movement intends to take legal action against the Davis administration to initiate a judicial review targeting the government’s failure to follow the Public Procurement Act.
WESTERN Atlantic School of Medicine (WASM) has invested $40m to date on its campus in Grand Bahama, surpassing the original heads of agreement investment of $13.5m for the first phase.
A marathon season for Jonquel Jones came to an end in the quarterfinals of the FIBA World Cup in Sydney, Australia.