Man dies after being shot by off-duty officer in Exuma

Man dies after being shot by off-duty officer in Exuma A man died after a shooting incident involving an off-duty police officer in Exuma last night...

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News Item on Tropical Storm Zeta
NEWS ITEM ON TROPICAL STORM ZETA ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY FORECAST OFFICE SECTION AT 12 PM, THURSDAY 29TH OCTOBER 2020...

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HIGHLIGHTS: PRIME MINISTER’S COVID-19 PRESS CONFERENCE 28 OCTOBER 2020
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Anatol Rodgers High is the First Government Owned Public School to Implement Solar Power
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Sign up and Give Back
Sign up and Give Back Customers can re-gift FREE Samsung Tablet...With thousands of children having returned to school in a fully virtual environment, BTC has introduced an exclusive offer giving customers the opportunity to give back to a child in need...

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Local Government Department Continues to Function Despite the Stall in Elections
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Local Doctors, Cleveland Clinic Florida Team Up for Free Breast Cancer Webinar Oct 31
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Applications now open for disadvantaged families needing internet and devices for e-learning
Two tablets and 12-months of free high-speed internet provided to Knowles family...

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‘Overwhelming response’ to luxury hotel becoming home-away-from-home
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Amidst Covid-19, local company launches online training in Anti-Money Laundering
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Curb Appeal, Anyone?
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News Item on Hurricane Zeta
NEWS ITEM ON HURRICANE ZETA ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY FORECAST OFFICE SECTION, AT 6:00 AM WEDNESDAY 28TH, OCTOBER 2020...

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Government levels the playing field with digital media tax enforcement
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Scotiabank Announces Changes to Branch Network
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News Item on Tropical Storm Zeta
NEWS ITEM ON TROPICAL STORM ZETA ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY FORECAST OFFICE SECTION, AT 6:00 PM TUESDAY 27TH, OCTOBER 2020...

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News Item on Tropical Storm Zeta
NEWS ITEM ON TROPICAL STORM ZETA ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY FORECAST OFFICE SECTION, AT 12PM TUESDAY, 27TH OCTOBER, 2020...

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Certified Technical Training Begins on Moore’s Island
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News Item on Tropical Storm Zeta
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