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February 12, 2012
More than 20 swimmers pull off Carifta-Qualifying performances Carifta-qualifying performances

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

As the Bahamas Swimming Federation prepares for the hosting of the 2012 Carifta Swimming Championships in April, the local swimmers are starting to fine tune themselves by turning in qualifying performances.

During the latest meet Saturday as the Sea Bees Winter Invitational was held at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Center, more than 20 qualifying performances were produced along with a pair for the Caribbean Islands Swimming Championships.

Joanna Evans of the Lucayan Lightning Swim Team turned in the two CISC qualifiers. Her first mark came in the girls 13-14 400 metres freestyle in four minutes and 45.82. The qualifying ...

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Mother And Toddler Shot By Gun Men
August 06, 2008
Mother And Toddler Shot By Gun Men

A mother and her toddler son are nursing gunshot wounds in hospital after being ambushed by two gunmen at the
weekend.

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July 30, 2013
Moving forward on energy production

Executive Chairman of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Leslie Miller and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) government are both determined to follow through with their pledge to offer a 10 percent discount in light bills to BEC customers in the not too distant future. The chairman has also vowed to reconnect 7,000 disconnected customers. According to Miller, 50 percent of these customers owed less than $2,000...

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August 16, 2011
Moxey growing through service

There are people who get their kicks from helping others - who sincerely believe their actions help the nation, even the world, become a better place.
Desiree Moxey, Wyndham Nassau Resort's Director of Catering and Conventions, falls into that category.

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October 08, 2012
Mr. Delano Munroe, Former DNA Mical Canidate To Answer In Matter Of Alleged Missing Funds

Today, Monday October 8, 2012 the former DNA MICAL Candidate
hopeful and former longest serving Program Manager for Junior Achievement
Bahamas was handed down a verdict by Magistrate Carolyn Vogt Evans in Court # 6 of a No case to answer in the matter of alleged missing funds from the Junior Achievement Program in the some of $15,000.00 fifteen thousand dollars in a Preliminary Enquiry trial.

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September 17, 2010
Mrs. Terriceta Russell, 96

Memorial Service for the late Mrs. Terriceta Russell, 96, of Nicholl's Town, Andros, Bahamas, will be held on Saturday, September 18th, 2010 at 11:00am at The North Andros Congregation of Jehovah's Witness, Queen's Highway, San Andros. Officiating will Brother Pedro Knowles.

Terry is survived by her children: Emmie Walkes, Maria Miller, Lillian McNeil, Alva Knowles, and Tommy Russell; two adopted daughters: Sonia Russell and Rena Evans; sister: Nurse Neila Dames; brothers: Dunlope Dames and Reginal Dames; son-in-law: Benneth Knowles and Will Miller; daughter-in-law: Rosemary Russell; sister-in-law: Albertha Dames; Twenty seven grand children: Cleo Forbes, Burnie Pratt, Clari ...

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October 20, 2011
Ms. Carnetta Lenora Kia Bannister, 58

Ms. Carnetta Lenora "Kia" Bannister age 58 years of #16 Beneby Road, off St. Vincent Road and formerly of Tea Bay Cat Island will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 10am at Cedar's of Lebanon Baptist Cathedral Buttonwood Drive, Pinewood Gardens. Rev. Dr. Charles C. Rolle, Pastors Franklyn and Kelly McIntosh will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.

The Radiance of this "Bloodstone of A Gem" will always glow in the hearts of her:
Three Daughters: Deloris Bannister, Angela Sands-Bowe and Sharon Williams;
Five Grand Sons: Deron, Kelsey and Darius Bannister, Shavano and Shavado Arthur;
Seven Grand Daughters: Jeffricka Bannister, Alexandria Pinder, Oneisha Stubbs, Anastacia Rahming, Antonique Williams, Kenia Dean and Kadejah Ellis;
Five Brothers: Ronald, Henry, John, Etric and McAllan Bannister;
Three Sisters: Ellamae and Neenah Rolle and Irene Bannister;
Three Uncles: Alfred Seymour, Collin Butler and Eltemon Moss;
Five Aunts: Lillis Thurston, Francis Deveaux, Cynthia Moss, Meryl Butler and Esmay Seymour;
One Son-in-law: Bradley Bowe;
Two Brothers-in-law: Hensel and Clyde Rolle;
Three Sisters-in-law: Linda, Elrena and Eloise Bannister;
Twenty Six Nephews: Darrel and D'han Rolle, Kejmar Thurston, Carl Thompson, Ronnie Jr., Marlon, Leslie, Arnold, Henry Jr., Gershan, Alexander, John Jr., Stevie, Clayton, Adrian, Jermaine, Avery, Ikie, Etric Jr., Deamandi, Allan Jr., Tyrese and Allando Bannister, Tyrone and Tenako Smith and  Roger Wilson;
Seventeen Nieces: Arianna, Tancia, Glenda, Margo, Sarah and Sabrina Bannister, Nicola, Nadia, Donnicka and Krishna Rolle, Deidre Zonicle, Reba, Deidre Young, Tikita, and Tawana Thompson, Vanessa Ferguson;
God Children: Anya Romer, Patrick Gilbert and Tania Stubbs;
Special Friends: Margaret  Middleton, Desiree Aranha, Veronica Swain, Nurse Alice Neymour, Nurse Collie, Carolyn Strachan, Ezra Davis, Pastor Frank and Kelly McIntosh, Elaine Seymour, Travis Deveaux, Inga Trotman, Sherryanne Heild, Judy and Tony, Cornie and Dennis, Juni and Denise, Donna and Peter, Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Farrington, Rosalind Bethel, Cordianne Higgs and their families;
Other loving family and friends including: Andraya Hanchell, Commissioner Ellison Greenslade, Administrator Charles King, Keva McKinney, Kenny Dean, Tony and Pam Armbrister, Christen Neely, Rosie and Teresa Lowe, Dereck and Sherry Colebrooke, Mark and Donna Keishler, Cordell Hunter, Lindy and Feonia Edwards, Lealand and Mildred Tunner, Telcine Turner Rolle, Edricka Forbes, Ushi Ingesol, Nadia Butler, Van and Jerry Oldham, Lillian Gibson, Jeffrey Evans, Danny Rahming, Rev. Caroll Johnson, Benjamin Pinder, Carlton Thompson, Delarese Stuart, Dedrie Davis, Malan Turnquest, Richard Cox (Abaco), Ernestine Haven, Sharon and Ray Sands (Abaco), Doris and Malcolm Culmer, Jan Fox, Karen Laing, Basil Johnson, Jason Cartwright, Godfrey Cunningham, Melva Flowers, Glenn Bannister, Zeke Taylor, Edgar and Cat Thurston, Daddy Lou, Basil Williams (Chicago), The Seymour's, Romers, Pratt, Poitier, Deveaux, Stevens, Strachan, Turners, Kings, Browns, Saunders, McKinney, Wilsons, Stubbs, Russell's, Rolles, Moncur's, Ramsey, McCoy, Bowes, Gilberts, Johnsons, Smiths, Dorsetts, Thurston's, Williams, Simmons, Forbes, Harris and McIntosh (Abaco);
Special Thanks: Rev. Charles C. Rolle, Cedar's of Lebanon Baptist Cathedral, Mr. Wendell G. Dean II Management and Staff of Emerald Ridge Mortuary, Woodlawn Gardens, The Nassau Florist, Bahamas Dutch Oven-Cafe Kalik (L.P.I.A), The Nassau Public Library, The General Post Office, C. R. Walker Senior High School, Female Medical and Surgical Wards and  Oncology Clinic Princess Margaret Hospital.
 
Visitation will be in the "Sapphire Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road of Friday, October 21, 2011 from 1pm to 6pm and at Cedar's of Lebanon Baptist Cathedral, Buttonwood Drive Pinewood Gardens on Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 9:00am to service time.

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April 22, 2013
Murder Case Collapses After Judge Tosses out Written Confession

The prosecution's case against a man accused of murder and attempted murder collapsed on Friday after a judge threw out a written confession. Supreme Court Justice Vera Watkins made the ruling in the case against Amal Hunter, who is accused of the November 27, 2010 murder of Theodore Berry and the...

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July 07, 2011
Murder Charges Against Five Men Withdrawn

Prosecutors yesterday withdrew charges against five of six men who were jointly charged with the 2007 murder of Adam Evans. Mario Delancy, Willie Watkins, Jameka McKenzie, Zhivargo Bootle, Shawona Pinder and Jerann Delancy were accused of Evans' death, which occurred on July 16, 2009.

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Murder Trial Awaits Ruling By Attorney General
August 16, 2012
Murder Trial Awaits Ruling By Attorney General

The outcome of a murder trial in the Supreme Court rests on what action - if any - the Attorney General decides to take.

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