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February 20, 2014
Bank of Bahamas to sue The Punch

BANK OF THE BAHAMAS is suing tabloid newspaper The Punch.

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June 22, 2013
Murdered witness testimony heard in Stubbs case

A murdered witness spoke from the grave yesterday when his deposition was read into evidence.
Presiding Judge Roy Jones granted the prosecution's request to have the evidence of Marcian Scott, who was murdered in 2006, entered into evidence at the retrial of Stephen Stubbs, Andrew Davis and Clinton Evans.
The men are on trial for the shooting death of DC Jimmy Ambrose and the attempted murder of C...

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July 01, 2011
Punch publisher appears in court

By NATARIO McKENZIE

Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

PUNCH editor and publisher Ivan Johnson and two women were granted $7,000 bail yesterday after being arraigned in a Magistrate's Court charged with making a false declaration.

According to police reports, Johnson was arrested just after 5pm in the pre-clearance section of Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport on Monday....

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December 23, 2011
Olympic ticket sales off to a good start

President of the Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) Wellington Miller is pleased with how fast the tickets, being sold in The Bahamas, for next year's Olympic Games are moving.Miller said more than 60 percent of the tickets are sold, and he is expecting an increase in sales next year as the games approach. Miller and members of his executive board hosted representatives from Cartan Tours, the officia...

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December 17, 2013
Meacher Major turning corner in boxing career

The current Bahamas Super Featherweight Champion has had a creditable career.
Meacher Major, with his solid showing this past Friday against Brazilian Roger Rosa, turned yet another corner in a career that has seen him notch 21 victories while losing just six times. He has been a regional champion (World Boxing Association Caribbean Federation Lightweight) and a Commonwealth Boxing Council (CBC) e...

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November 03, 2010
IMF/World Bank group has new chairman

Prime Minister Hubert A. Ingraham of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas was recently elected to the post of chairman of the IMF/World Bank Board of Governors this October. Congratulations are in order.
All Bahamians and Caribbean people should hail this achievement in our region's history. His supporters should be as pleased as punch.
His detractors are probably saying to themselves, "Dear God!" Then...

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March 13, 2016
St. George's Jaguars reach national title game

It was one of those rare but classic moments where the head coach yells "no" but ends up screaming "yes" that lifted the St. George's Jaguars to The Bahamas National High School Basketball Championship, set for tonight at 8:30 p.m at the St. George's Gym.
Tied at 56 with the C.C. Sweeting Cobras and 19 seconds left to go in the fourth quarter on a chaotic Saturday night, Jaguars' center Sherman Ro...

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January 21, 2014
PM reaffirms support for BOB

Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday reaffirmed the government's support for Bank of The Bahamas.
"As the 65 percent majority shareholder of Bank of The Bahamas, the government of The Bahamas reaffirms its robust support for the bank," Christie said in a statement.
"There need be no fear or concern on that score. The bank's capital position and other fundamentals remain strong.
"Moreover, the g...

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January 09, 2012
Athletes get on track at Odd Distance Meet

The 2012 track and field season officially got started on Saturday, with the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) hosting its annual Odd Distance Meet.
Athletes got to test their speed and strength after a long offseason. Many of the athletes who competed on Saturday, used the meet as a tracker, so they could monitor themselves early in the season. Although there were limited events...

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November 09, 2010
The show must go on

Former Bahamian boxing champion, now turn head coach, Ray Minus Jr. is advising all boxers on the amateur level to 'hit the punching bags,' so that they can be ready for the hosting of the annual?Ray Minus Sr. Boxing Show.
Boxers will have about four weeks to train for the show, which is being held in the third week of December. Minus Jr. said he is expecting a large crowd, the same that was on h...

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