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Man accused over $1m blaze at brewery

A 41-year-old man was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court yesterday on a charge of intentionally setting fire to Commonwealth Brewery resulting in nearly $1m in damage.Darrell Neely, of Marshall Road, stood before Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans charged in

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Moon mission camera up for auction

• A CAMERA lens used by the commander of the 1971 Apollo 15 moon mission on the lunar surface and in orbit is up for auction.

OIL EXPLORER TO 'MOST DEFINITELY' BISX LIST IN 2012

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor A Bahamas-based oil exploration company is "most definitely" seeking to list on the local stock market this year via a Bahamian Depository Receipt (BDR) offering, its chief executive yesterday describing the data

OIL EXPLORER TO 'MOST DEFINITELY' BISX LIST IN 2012

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor A Bahamas-based oil exploration company is "most definitely" seeking to list on the local stock market this year via a Bahamian Depository Receipt (BDR) offering, its chief executive yesterday describing the data

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Alleged acid attack woman needs time to submit costs

A 41-year-old man accused of causing dangerous harm to a woman on whom he allegedly dumped acid in November, yesterday had his case stood down to July 30 to allow his victim the time needed to have her medical expenses submitted to the court.

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German man dead at work site in ‘suicide’

JUST two days following the tragic death of 41-year-old Anthony Tilme from suspected suicide, a 51-year-old German was found dead by alleged suicide at a condo construction site on West Bay Street.

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Exploring the blue holes of Abaco

RESEARCHERS from National Geographic, Bahamian scientists and local students have been mapping and exploring Abaco’s mysterious and beautiful blue holes.

Warning: Be cautious over buying or eating conch

THE Bahamas Agricultural Health and Food Safety Authority’s (BAHFSA) Food Safety and Quality Unit has again advised consumers not to purchase or consume any raw fresh conch or conch that they suspect was not properly handled and/or fully cooked.

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Maniac hurled acid at woman

POLICE have arrested a 41-year-old Tall Pines man in connection with an acid attack on a woman waiting at the bus stop.

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'Move students during school construction'

BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson yesterday called on the government to relocate eight and ninth graders at A F Adderley High School due to ongoing construction.Mrs Wilson told The Tribune she met with officials yesterday to discuss

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Artist takes her workto the third dimension

BAHAMIAN artist Edwina Maynard put on a one-night only mixed 3D, acrylic and oil art show Wednesday evening.The pieces were on display at Doongalik Studios.The Art Institute of Charlotte senior hopes the pieces will provide insight into the views of

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Japan banks on 3D mapping deemed crucial for driverless cars

Technology companies are racing to develop ultra-precise digital maps that can guide self-driving cars within inches of where they should be — a hurdle the industry needs to clear if it hopes to deliver on its promise of widespread use of driverless

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VISIONARIES: US defence giant Raytheon fully backing local venture which will raise $300m for cash-strapped govt

A GROUP of Bahamian entrepreneurs have the “green light” for a $427m investment in what Raytheon Technologies (a merger of Raytheon, Pratt & Whitney and Collins Aerospace) has termed will be the “first-of-its-kind aviation, climate, meteorological, navigation, 3D terrain, street and chart mapping and severe weather sensing network exceeding that of any other industrialised nation” —thereby enhancing the safety of The Bahamas, boosting key industries vital to the Bahamian economy’s post-COVID rebound and providing Dr Minnis’ Administration with the vital prerequisite components that are necessary to legally and lawfully collect what is projected to be more than $300m in “overflight fees” from the 594,000 flights from each and every commercial, cargo and private carrier using Bahamas’ sovereign airspace (archipelagic baselines, territorial seas, contiguous and exclusive economic zone.

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Officials take a closer look at ministry project

OFFICIALS from the National Insurance Board recently conducted a site inspection of the proposed Ministry of National Security Building on John F Kennedy Drive with the new contractor, Inline Project Co Ltd.

Individual Stats (Top 50)

1 Mike Russell Sands Bullets M 9 11 70 16 14 16 54.5 11 95 13 3 120.5 2 Harry Brown Coins A M 14 10 72 15 12 19 45.5 15 0 9 0 120.5 3 Christian Knowles Sigma Shots M 13 13 65 16 13 17 47 12 152 6 0 117.5 4 Sky Bain Back Yard Destroyers

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EMBRACING TECHNOLOGY: MUSEUMS CREATING NEW EXPERIENCES

Museums are always looking for ways to make their exhibitions more exciting. Now, new technologies are making that easier.

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Xavion, 13, making his presence felt in international judo

XAVION Johnson continues to excel internationally in judo, and spent this fall claiming spots on the medal podium against international competition across several events.The 13-year-old judoka won silver in the 48kg and gold in the 44kg at the Samura

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Freak accident kills worker

A FREAK accident at a construction site claimed the life of a 23-year-old man.

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JUNIOR JUNKANOO RESULTS - Ministry happy with parade quality

MINISTRY of Youth, Sports and Culture officials claimed yesterday that they are “extremely satisfied” with the quality of the 27th annual Junior Junkanoo parade despite the public’s plea to move it back to Bay Street.

World Golf Ranking

By The Associated Press Through January 2 1. Luke Donald Eng 9.75 2. Rory McIlroy NIr 7.98 3. Lee Westwood Eng 7.58 4. Martin Kaymer Ger 6.08 5. Steve Stricker USA 5.84 6. Webb Simpson USA 5.23 7. Adam Scott Aus 5.16 8. Charl Schwartzel SAf 5.07 9.