Tribune Stories

'When will we be told about probe into seabed damage'

November 23, 2020

ENVIRONMENT activities are still awaiting results of an investigation by a government-appointed task force into alleged seabed damage by cruise ships.

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American escapes unhurt from Mayaguana plane crash

November 23, 2020

AN American man escaped injury after his plane crashed in Mayaguana on Saturday.

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27 customers cited for breach

November 23, 2020

A GROUP of people were cited over the weekend for breaching Emergency Orders.

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PM: Cabinet 39deliberating39 on how to handle Turnquest fraud allegations

November 23, 2020

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said on Monday that Cabinet is "deliberating" over how it will handle fraud allegations against Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest.

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PLP increase calls for Deputy PMs resignation
PLP increase calls for Deputy PMs resignation

November 23, 2020

PRESSURE mounted from PLPs yesterday who demanded answers from government and the resignation of Deputy Prime Minister K Peter Turnquest over damaging fraud allegations...

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Numbers down - but we must stay alert
Numbers down - but we must stay alert

November 23, 2020

AMID a decline of positive COVID-19 cases in the country, a local infectious disease expert said it appears The Bahamas has flattened the curve in the second COVID-19 wave, but warned residents must still not let their guards down as "things can still change"...

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Dr Timothy McCartney dies from COVID virus
Dr Timothy McCartney dies from COVID virus

November 23, 2020

THE psychiatric community is mourning the loss of Dr Timothy McCartney, who died yesterday in Florida from COVID-19. He was 87 years old...

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DOUBLE HOMICIDE: Mother recalls finding daughter dead in parked car
DOUBLE HOMICIDE: Mother recalls finding daughter dead in parked car

November 23, 2020

THE mother of a woman killed in a double homicide on Saturday has recalled the horrific moment when she discovered her dead daughter as "cold as ice" inside of a parked car on Ida Street...

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Turnquest - will he ride this out
Turnquest - will he ride this out

November 23, 2020

THE deputy prime minister was "praying to God" that allegations connecting him to unproven claims of tax fraud and a worker's wrongful dismissal would never emerge in The Bahamas...

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Bodies of man and woman found in car

November 21, 2020

Police are treating the deaths of a man and woman, whose bodies were found in a car on Saturday morning, as murder.

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Davis calls for Turnquest to resign over fraud allegations

November 20, 2020

Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip "Brave" Davis has called for Deputy Prime Minister K Peter Turnquest to resign over allegations of a $27m fraud.

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Man accused of knife assault remanded to prison

November 20, 2020

A 47-year-old man accused of assaulting a woman with a knife was remanded to prison on Friday.

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Woman ordered to reimburse store she stole from

November 20, 2020

A 41-year-old woman who stole over $200 worth of food items from Super Value last week was ordered to reimburse the store or risk spending two months at the Bahamas Department of Corrections.

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200 fine for violating curfew

November 20, 2020

A 59-year-old man who pleaded guilty to violating curfew in New Providence was ordered to pay a $200 fine or spend one week in prison on Friday.

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Two plead guilty to disturbing public peace

November 20, 2020

Two men who were involved in a physical altercation were charged with disturbing the public peace in the Freeport Magistrate Court this week.

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1,200 to be given to 1,000 this month to help pay rent

November 20, 2020

SOCIAL Services Minister Frankie Campbell says 1,000 rental assistance applicants will be given $1,200 to help them with paying rent this month.

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Day is chance to hail male unsung heroes

November 20, 2020

A MURAL was unveiled yesterday at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium in observance of International Men's Day.

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Illegal residents 'considerable portion' of hurricane deaths

November 20, 2020

IRAM Lewis, State Minister of Disaster Preparedness, Management and Reconstruction, told Caribbean risk managers yesterday that illegal residents made up a "considerable" portion of those who died or went missing in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

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New party vows to fight every seat - except that of Glenys Hanna Martin

November 20, 2020

A NEW political party promising to ensure equality, justice and labour rights for all Bahamians has formed with the intention of contesting all but one seat in the 2022 general election.

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General Post Office demolition underway

November 20, 2020

DEMOLITION of the General Post Office at East Hill Street began yesterday as part of efforts to modernise the downtown area.

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