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Gray told to back up BAMSI claims

The Opposition’s deputy leader yesterday challenged the Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources to “substantiate” his claim that BAMSI has reduced the Bahamas’ food import bill by $100 million or otherwise resign.

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Double raid brings in drugs haul

POLICE seized substantial amounts of marijuana in two separate drug raids over the weekend, resulting in the arrest of two men.

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Bahama Brass Band members honoured

Eight long serving members of the Bahama Brass Band were honoured at the Church of God of Prophecy’s Love Centre last week.

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At the AF Adderley Gymnasium

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Saturday's Olympic schedule


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OLYMPIC GAMES: Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace fails to qualify

A disappointing start for Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace as she finishes seventh in heat 12 of the 100m freestyle.

Bahamas Ferries extends freight services to Abaco

Bahamas Ferries has extended its freight services to Marsh Harbour, Abaco, with the addition of its latest vessel, the M/V Inagua Spray.The Inagua Spray, a 246.5-foot roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessel, is capable of shipping 18 40-foot containers and tw

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Shaunae Miller leads the Bahamas team in Olympic spectacular

RIO de Janeiro, Brazil: With a strong message of promoting peace around the world, the first Olympic Games to be held in South America officially got underway on Friday night with a fantastic display of artistry during each performance.

Opening day for Freedom Farm, JBLN on Saturday

THE most popular youth sport in the Bahamas will see two of its flagship leagues make their official 2015 debut this weekend.

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'Vagina Monologues' makes Nassau debut

V-Day Nassau Bahamas will present a one-night only benefit reading of Eve Ensler’s award-winning play The Vagina Monologues. Women and men of the Bahamas are volunteering their time and talent to stage the event and fundraise for the Bahamas Crisis Centre.

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Legal argument over call for justice to be recused in Nygard court case

LEGAL parties in an ongoing judicial review into allegations that Lyford Cay resident Peter Nygard illegally increased the size of his property were at odds over whether the presiding judge can be perceived to be impartial in hearing the matter during her application to extend her tenure as a Supreme Court judge.

NDA playoffs division season to start today

NDA playoffs division season to start today THE Nassau Darts Association (NDA) Playoffs/Divisional Season 2011-2012 is all set to begin today. 5 Divisions (26 Teams) Championship - 4 Teams - 1 - 4 Div A - 6 Teams - 5 - 10 Div

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Let the games begin

The FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 is underway and Team Bahamas is set to face off against a familiar opponent in the opening game of the group stage.

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Bahamas tops Guyana 4-1 at CONCACAF beach soccer

The Bahamas men’s national team gave the home crowd of eager spectators the opener they were hoping for and set the tone for the remainder of  Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Beach Soccer Championship.

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Romo is back, I’ll be there . . . so Cowboys to win in Miami

OKAY, last week was bad for me (6-8) but others were worse! Including Sannie, previously ‘untouchable’, who went an unusually ‘unlucky’ 5-9.

BAMSI to open institute in Grand Bahama

THE Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute will be established in Grand Bahama, said Agriculture Minister V Alfred Gray during a press conference at the Ministry for Grand Bahama on Thursday.

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Let the games begin

The Bahamas is set to square off against the top teams in the region on the beach soccer pitch as they vie for a spot in the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2017.