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Many Upset Over Proposed Cable Price Hike
September 13, 2012
Many Upset Over Proposed Cable Price Hike

Dozens of New Providence residents, many of whom are Cable Bahamas Limited (CBL) customers, expressed strong concerns about the company's proposed rate increase at a public consultation meeting at Holy Cross Anglican Church Tuesday night.

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February 15, 2013
Many former ZNS personalities are PLP supporters

Dear Editor,
The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas (BCB), or ZNS TV13 and radio, has for decades been accused of being an organ of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). This was especially evident during the turbulent eighties as many opposition supporters found it very difficult to get air time on the only television and radio outlet in the country in order to get their messages across to th...

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October 07, 2011
Marco Archer remembered at school ceremony

Khadazia Evans cried yesterday as she recalled her last memory of her beloved friend, 11-year-old Marco Archer. "I cried when you passed away; I cry still today,"said Khadazia, a sixth-grader at Columbus Primary School.

"I never thought I would lose my dear friend, Marco, who I saw on Friday(September 23), that it would be the last time I saw him again."

On September 28, five days after his fami...

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Marco's mother joins angry mob outside court
October 04, 2011
Marco's mother joins angry mob outside court

AN angry mob gathered at Parliament Street yesterday afternoon to see a man charged with kidnapping and the sexual abuse of two young boys.

People tried to block off the entrance and exit of the street and waited outside of Magistrates Court Six - with digital cameras and cell phones in hand - as Kofhe Eduardo Goodman, 36, was brought down to face two charges of unlawful sex with underage boys ...

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January 26, 2012
Marie Miller nee Russell, 74

Funeral Service for Marie Miller nee Russell, 74, of 1st Street Coconut Grove and formerly of Nicholas Town, Andros will be held at the Centerville Adventist Church, 6th Terrace on Sunday January 29th, 2012 at 11:00am. Officiating will be Pastor Paul Scavella , assisted by other ministers of the gospel. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, Gladstone and John F. Kennedy Drive.

She...

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January 20, 2012
Marie Miller nee Russell, 74

Marie Miller nee Russell, 74, of 1st Street Coconut Grove died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Thursday January 12, 2012.
She is survived by her husband: Wilfred Miller; sons: Anthony Wilson, William Cartwright; step sons: John and Ulaces Saunders; daughters: Cleo Evans Forbes, Bernadette Pratt, Clarinda Albury; adopted daughters: Julie McNeil and Canrea Scott; sisters: Emmie Walkes, Alva Kno...

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Marina Thompson, 76
August 11, 2011
Marina Thompson, 76

A funeral service for Marina Thompson, 76, of Gulfford Road, Highbury Park will be held on Friday August 12th, 10 a.m. at Holy Cross Anglican Church, Soldier Road, Highbury Park. Fr. Norman Lightbourne assisted by other ministers of the Gospel will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John K. Kennedy Drive.

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Marriage Counselor Killed By Husband
July 18, 2008
Marriage Counselor Killed By Husband

Dozens of bloody shoe prints marked the scene of the country's 40th homicide, where a woman, who was a marriage counselor and entrepreneur, was stabbed to death.

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November 14, 2012
Marshall Road Fire Still Burning

Police said last night they were still trying to extinguish a fire at the Marshall Road Derelict Vehicle Disposal site, but the blaze was contained in the northern section of the property.

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December 15, 2012
Martin: NIB bonuses were 'outrageous'

Former National Insurance Board (NIB) member Nicole Martin said yesterday the bonuses that NIB executives received were "outrageous", adding that she never would have approved such exorbitant amounts if the issue had come up during the meetings.
Martin, a trade unionist, was one of 11 members of the NIB board appointed by former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham.
"They are quite interesting," she sai...

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