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Minnis calls for hanging of 'murderous scumbags'

June 21, 2016

OPPOSITION Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday insisted that the necks of "murderous scumbags" in the country must be "popped" as he castigated the Christie administration for failing "miserably" in its obligation to keep Bahamians safe.

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Mitchell blasts religious leaders over referendum

June 21, 2016

FOX Hill MP Fred Mitchell declared yesterday that the country was not a theocracy as he castigated religious leaders for their role in the failure of the gender equality referendum.

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Bahamian organization appointed to international anti-corruptioin body

June 21, 2016

With the deadline for public consultation on the long-awaited Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) fast approaching, two leading authorities will appear on a popular local radio show Thursday, June 23.

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Killarney FNM Constituency Association Monthly Meeting

June 21, 2016

Killarney FNM Constituency Association Monthly Meeting

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Tuesday June 21, 2016 Gas Prices
Tuesday June 21, 2016 Gas Prices

June 21, 2016

For prices today on gas check out BPSU, AutoServ, Esso and Shell service stations.

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THE BIG QUESTION: What steps should each party take to win the next election

June 20, 2016

With Dr. Duane Sands saying the FNM has not being "gaining traction", and the PLP recovering from the referendum defeat, what steps should each party take to convince the public they should be elected at the next election?

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Happy Father's Day Bahamas!

June 19, 2016

May your Fatherís Day and every day be filled with delight and honor in your family!

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VIDEO: THE TRIBUNE'S TOP 5 - your countdown of the week's big stories

June 19, 2016

Nico Scavella reviews the big stories that had the Bahamas talking this week.

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Referendum failure 'due to gov't missteps'

June 17, 2016

THE failure of the June 7 constitutional referendum on gender equality was the result of the numerous missteps on the part of the Christie administration, according to Pastor Lyall Bethel.

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Second BPL power cut in three days hits New Providence

June 17, 2016

POWER was out across New Providence for up to seven hours on Friday, the second time in three days the island has been severely affected, as Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) worked to fix "a major cable fault".

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Minnis: Gov't shifting responsibility for crime

June 17, 2016

FREE National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis says the Christie administration, through many of its senior members, is attempting to shift responsibility for the country's growing crime epidemic as oppose to addressing it.

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Dominican Republic probe shootout between poachers and RBDF vessel
Dominican Republic probe shootout between poachers and RBDF vessel

June 17, 2016

THE Dominican Republic has launched its own investigation into the recent shootout between Royal Bahamas Defense Force marines and suspected Dominican poachers, Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell said yesterday.

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Munroe: No need for recusal by Dame Anita in same-sex cases

June 17, 2016

ATTORNEY Wayne Munroe, QC, yesterday criticised Marco City MP Greg Moss' assertion that Court of Appeal President Anita Allen should recuse herself from potential cases involving same-sex marriage because she appeared prejudiced against the marriage status quo during a lecture on Tuesday.

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BDEF set to honor eight men for exemplary community efforts

June 17, 2016

This fatherís day weekend The Bahamas Diamond Eagle Foundation (BDEF) will host a one of a kind event on Saturday, highlighting eight men from the Grand Bahama community, who for more than a decade have demonstrated continued service and dedication to the lives of our youth.

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New shark sanctuaries in Caribbean

June 17, 2016

THE Caribbean boasts two new shark sanctuaries as the Cayman Islands and St Maarten on Wednesday declared their territorial waters covering some 49,190 square miles closed to all commercial shark fishing.

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A pastor standing against murder

June 17, 2016

The recent mass shooting at the Pulse, a homosexual nightclub in Orlando, Florida, was wrong in every way.

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U.S. Embassy encourages Bahamians to apply now for summer travel
U.S. Embassy encourages Bahamians to apply now for summer travel

June 17, 2016

Embassy Nassauís Consular Section encourages nonimmigrant visa applicants to apply now for summer travel.

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Equipment trouble means a long summer of blackouts

June 17, 2016

PRESIDENT of the Bahamas Electrical Workers Union Paul Maynard said yesterday unless the equipment at Bahamas Power and Light is changed "immediately", Bahamians should expect a long summer of blackouts.

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Talk show host calls for Christie to quit as PM

June 16, 2016

RESPECTED radio talk show host and attorney Jeffrey Lloyd has called for Prime Minister Perry Christie to step down as leader of this country, citing the results of the last two referendums as votes of no confidence in him and his administration.

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'No need to clarify law on marriage'
'No need to clarify law on marriage'

June 16, 2016

CONSTITUTIONAL Commission Chairman Sean McWeeney said yesterday he does not believe a statutory provision clarifying that same-sex marriage is illegal in The Bahamas is necessary to prevent successful legal challenges to the status quo.

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