Tribune Stories

Cancer survivor in pride of place on pink waste truck

October 17, 2014

BAHAMAS Waste is making the fight against cancer and raising awareness of the disease personal after unveiling its "big pink surprise" yesterday.

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Two in hospitals after shootings

October 17, 2014

TWO men were left in hospital on Wednesday after being shot in separate incidents on Wednesday, police said.

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Cable and Wireless 'investing heavily' in BTC

October 17, 2014

PHIL Bentley, CEO of Cable and Wireless, says the company is investing "heavily" in Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to improve its mobile reliability in the Bahamas.

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Murder convict granted extension over appeal

October 16, 2014

By LAMECH JOHNSON

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Sandals team on beach clean up

October 16, 2014

AFTER having to forego a cleanup for Coastal Cleanup Day 2014, a team at Sandals Royal Bahamian chose the day after National Heroes Day to make New Providence's beaches clean once again.

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Two in hospitals after shootings

October 16, 2014

TWO men were left in hospital on Wednesday after being shot in separate incidents on Wednesday, police said.

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Cable and Wireless 'investing heavily' in BTC

October 16, 2014

By DENISE MAYCOCK

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Clubs and Societies 10/17/2014

October 16, 2014

Bahamas Pharmaceutical Association. - The BPA continues to be the voice for the Pharmacy profession in the Bahamas, and is the leading provider of Continuing Pharmacy Education in the Bahamas. Its members comprise of pharmacists, technicians, educators, and supply management personnel. The BPA has three local chapters, one in the Northern Bahamas (encompassing Grand Bahama and Abaco) and the remaining two based in New Providence, but inclusive of members in Eleuthera, and Exuma. The current membership is approximately 150 members. The BPA is a member of the Commonwealth Pharmaceutical Association (CPA) and the Caribbean Association of Pharmacists. Meetings are held monthly, and are available via video conference and webcast to members outside of New Providence.

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Man who ditched trousers guilty of firearm possession
Man who ditched trousers guilty of firearm possession

October 16, 2014

A MAN whose bank card was found at the scene of a firearms seizure was convicted in Magistrates Court yesterday of a dozen firearms-related charges...

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Missing trial transcripts delay appeal for men guilty of killing policeman
Missing trial transcripts delay appeal for men guilty of killing policeman

October 16, 2014

OUTSTANDING trial transcripts have delayed the attempts of three men to contest their convictions for the murder of a policeman by at least a month...

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'Why has PM not explained sacking'
'Why has PM not explained sacking'

October 16, 2014

FREE National Movement Chairman Darron Cash is demanding that Prime Minister Perry Christie explain the circumstances surrounding Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells' unauthorised signing of a $650m letter of intent with a waste to energy company that led to his firing as an official in a government ministry...

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Fraud fears over citizenship bids
Fraud fears over citizenship bids

October 16, 2014

SOME 300 applications for citizenship were returned earlier this year due to suspicions that birth certificates were fraudulently issued from the civil registry, Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell revealed yesterday...

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Sands aims to become FNM deputy leader
Sands aims to become FNM deputy leader

October 16, 2014

FREE National Movement Deputy Chairman Dr Duane Sands announced yesterday that he will run to become deputy leader of the FNM in next month's highly anticipated party convention...

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Government's Ebola plan 'not enough to safeguard the country'
Government's Ebola plan 'not enough to safeguard the country'

October 16, 2014

FREE National Movement Deputy Chairman Dr Duane Sands said the Ministry of Health's Ebola Preparedness and Response Plan is not enough to safeguard Bahamians in the event of an outbreak in the country...

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Deputy PM satisfied with Wells being fired
Deputy PM satisfied with Wells being fired

October 16, 2014

WORKS Minister Philip "Brave" Davis yesterday said he was satisfied with the decision to fire his former Parliamentary Secretary Renward Wells over the multi-million dollar letter of intent controversy...

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