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Undefeated Cavaliers secure 40-31 win over Freedom Baptist Warriors
IT was another day in the office for coach Wilton Johnson and his Mt Carmel Cavaliers senior boys basketball team last night.
Protect our children
“WE owe our children, the most vulnerable in our society, a life free of violence and fear.” — Nelson Mandela.
Baseball and softball champions crowned
WHILE Garvin Tynes outslugged Palmdale for the girls’ softball title, Sadie Curtis blanked TG Glover to emerge as the boys’ baseball champions as the New Providence Primary Schools Sports Association completed its week-long dual competition at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.
$4m AML store opening to bring Freeport ‘rebirth’
AML opened the doors to its new $4m Solomon’s food store in the Winn Building yesterday, signalling the long-awaited rebirth of downtown Freeport for many Grand Bahamians.
FOURTH CARIBBEAN BASEBALL CUP: Bahamas 1-1 after loss to Curacao
An early 10-run deficit was too much for Team Bahamas to overcome as they suffered their first loss of the 2022 Caribbean Baseball Cup.
Frugality? Prove it!
GOVERNMENT talks but they don’t practice what they preach – frugality!
Team Bahamas named for 4th Caribbean Baseball Cup
Team Bahamas is ready to take on the region at the 4th Caribbean Baseball Cup.
GB does not need Nassau charity
A prominent solicitor who responded to the remarks of the financial secretary in the Ministry of Finance in The Tribune Business spoke for most Grand Bahamians when he essentially said that New Providence was not sustaining that northern island in the wake of Hurricane Dorian in September 2019.
Goodman’s Bay Park ‘an eyesore’
GOODMAN’S Bay Park has become an eyesore as some residents have complained about the distressed state the park’s playground is in.
4TH CARIBBEAN BASEBALL CUP: Bahamas victorious
Team Bahamas opened the new Andre Rodgers National Stadium and the 2022 Caribbean Cup on a winning note.
Environmentalist warns of coral damage risk
A LOCAL environmentalist is concerned by the arrival and anchoring of a cruise ship in waters off Lucaya, Grand Bahama, where it could cause permanent damage to healthy coral reefs in the area.
East Grand Bahama women fly to Nassau for free mammograms
THIRTY women from East Grand Bahama were flown to Nassau to receive free mammogram screenings at Doctors Hospital on Friday.
Migrants told: Smugglers don’t care if you live or die
A UNITED States Coast Guard official has told migrants that “smugglers do not care” whether they live or die after 79 Haitians, including several children were transferred to Bahamian authorities over the weekend.
PM: Authorities quiz FTX founder
PRIME Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis said yesterday he was informed that embattled former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried has been interviewed by local authorities as investigations continue into the collapse of the crypto giant.
Man found shot dead in govt vehicle
A 43-year-old man is dead following a shooting incident over the weekend, prompting police to appeal for the public’s assistance in their investigation.
Lightbourne and Dames lead Blue Devils to win over ranked team
BRADLEY Lightbourne, Joshua Dames and their Kansas City Kansas Community College Blue Devils continue to play one of the most difficult schedules in JuCo basketball and defeated their second ranked team of the young season.
Pintard: Change Laws and protect women
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard said far too many women and girls are being abused in domestic situations and that “chauvinistic” laws must be changed.
12th grader receives $30,000 empowerment scholarship
KIERIA Woodside, the recipient of the $30,000 Golden Gates Female Empowerment Scholarship, thanked her family for the motivation to excel despite the odds.
Man shot dead in Freeport
Grand Bahama Police are investigating a shooting incident that has left a Freeport man dead and investigators searching for a motive.
Residents await decision over extension of SERZ orders
RESIDENTS in Grand Bahama and Abaco are anxiously awaiting government’s decision on the extension of the SERZ order, or a new exigency order since the recent passage of Hurricane Nicole, Kwasi Thompson, member of Parliament for East Grand Bahama, said.