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February 04, 2011
Incest grandfather jailed for 12 years

By NATARIO McKENZIE

Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

A 57-YEAR-OLD grandfather who admitted possessing child pornography and committing incest with his granddaughter was sent to prison for 12 years yesterday.

The man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of his granddaughter, pleaded guilty earlier this week to taking nude photographs of the girl - who was 14 at the ti...

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October 01, 2011
October celebrates the elderly

The Ministry of Labour and Social Development is organizing events for Older Persons Month, which will be celebrated this month in partnership with the National Council on Older Persons.
On October 1, 1991 the General Assembly of the United Nations observed for the first time the International Day of the Elderly.  That day was designated to give recognition to the past and potential contribut...

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June 21, 2015
Your energy tip of the week

The rolling blackouts seem to be in full swing. Have you ever wished you had just a little solar power to get you through them? If you want that, but you don't want to kick out the major cash, can you still have light when the blackouts hit? Yes! It's as easy as using a solar mini-generator.
A generator needs no description - noisy, smelly and costly to run. A solar mini-generator takes that and f...

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October 07, 2014
Sands: PHA audit highlights dysfunctional system

Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Chairman Dr. Duane Sands yesterday called a forensic audit of the Public Hospitals Authority's (PHA) supply of pharmaceutical drugs and medical
supplies "absolutely outrageous, earth-shattering and alarming".
"On the face of it, the details that were outlined in the report, both in the main body of [The Nassau Guardian] and in National Review would seem earth-sh...

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October 01, 2011
Bahamas joins China in celebrating 62nd Anniversary

The Commonwealth of The Bahamas joined the People's Republic of China in celebrating its 62nd anniversary at which both countries highlighted bilateral accomplishments since diplomatic ties were formed in 1997.
A reception marking the founding of the People's Republic of China was held Wednesday, September 28, at the Sheraton Cable Beach Resort, where both sides made toasts as a signal of goodwill...

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September 08, 2010
Royal Bahamas Police and Defense Forces participate in a Digital Forensics Workshop with the Rhode Island National Guard

Nassau, Bahamas -

Five members of the Rhode Island
National Guard traveled to Nassau, The Bahamas to conduct a Digital
Forensics Workshop with members of the Royal Bahamas Police and Defence
Forces at the Royal Bahamas Police Force College.  The workshop
focused on using computer forensics technology in law enforcement cases
to assist in the prosecution of suspects.  Approximately ...

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July 03, 2015
2,000 in prizes to autism spectrum awareness essay contest winners

NASSAU, The Bahamas - Autism Spectrum comprises the fastest growing developmental disorder in The Bahamas. For the third year, dozens of students throughout The Bahamas accepted the challenge posed by FirstCare Medical Plan in association with The Ministry of Education and REACH Bahamas to pen an essay under the theme "Autism in The Bahamas: A Nation Without Boxes."
A panel of judges from The Mini...

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September 30, 2011
Intern Positions Available with The Bahamas Weekly

The Bahamas Weekly is looking for a few smart, aggressive and savvy
interns to earn hands-on experience in a fast-paced, growing media
environment.

Interested individuals must either be
majors in or have interest in journalism, mass
communications, marketing or graphic and web designs; and have a fair
concept of their particular field of interest, be computer proficient,
own a computer, hav...

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February 06, 2011
Lyford Cay housebreaking ring believed to have been intercepted by police

A HAUL of valuables believed to have been stolen from homes by a network of burglars operating in the exclusive gated community of Lyford Cay over the last two years was found by police last night.

Officers from the Lyford Cay Police Station executed a search warrant at a home in Nassau Village when they found computers, televisions, jewellery, silverware, other household items and cash thought t...

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November 27, 2012
Ex-student union chief faces trial

THE trial of a former student union leader accused of disorderly conduct in the computer lab of the College of the Bahamas' library has been set for December 11.

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