Civilian divers find plane wreckage just 40 mins into search

Civilian divers find plane wreckage just 40 mins into search A CIVILIAN effort to locate the plane of missing pilot Byron Ferguson proved fruitful after a team mobilised by Gina Knowles, co-founder of online support group HeadKnowles, discovered plane debris in the waters off Nirvana Beach yesterday...

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The world?s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean?s new Symphony of the Seas, sailed into Nassau November 14 to a chorus of applause, bringing with her a highly anticipated economic boost for the historic city...

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National Cleanup Initiative Includes the Schools
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"Bright Future" for Grand Bahama Amidst Tech Revolution
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Integrity, Its about more than The Mall of The Minister
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Symphony of the Seas completes inaugural voyage with call on Port of Nassau
Royal Caribbean International’s “newly minted” Symphony of the Seas completed its inaugural voyage to The Bahamas with a call on the Port of Nassau Wednesday (November 14, 2018)...

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New geography curriculum on the way for high schools
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Minister of Works has tour of GoldWyn Condo-Hotel & Residences Construction
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The Governor General Made Official Visit to Abaco
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Tech Summit adds over half million dollars to GB Economy
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Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of Cambodia genocide
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Lion Air crash: Boeing sued by victim's family over aircraft design
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AML Launches 3rd Annual 'Feed 5000 Families' Initiative with the Goal to Raise $100K for Families in Need
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World Cinema-25 Countries at BIFF
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Dive Protocol For Search and Recovery Operation
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National Sports Month, Launched
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BREEF Awards Green Flag to St. Anne’s School for Excellence in Environmental Education and Practice
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