Crime

Insurance firm suffers cyber attack
Insurance firm suffers cyber attack

September 18, 2020

A LOCAL insurance company has had to beef up its cyber security system after falling victim to hackers...

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Police investigate three shootings in New Providence
Police investigate three shootings in New Providence

September 17, 2020

POLICE are investigating three shooting incidents that took place on New Providence on Wednesday...

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I heard the shots that killed my grandson'S
I heard the shots that killed my grandson'S

September 17, 2020

A DAY after her grandson's murder, 67-year-old Sylvia Outten told The Tribune she heard five shots ring out before finding out her loved one had been fatally wounded...

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Man dead after First Street shooting
Man dead after First Street shooting

September 16, 2020

A man is dead after a shooting incident on First Street on Tuesday night...

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Marijuana field discovered in Abaco
Marijuana field discovered in Abaco

August 31, 2020

A TEAM of officers from the Royal Bahamas Police Force and the Royal Bahamas Defense Force found a marijuana field in Abaco on Saturday. According to a police report, shortly after 9am, a team of officers acting on information, went to an area calle

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Spanish woman, 73, was cocaine mule
Spanish woman, 73, was cocaine mule

August 27, 2020

AN elderly Spanish woman who was arraigned earlier this year in connection with the seizure of 12 pounds of cocaine was yesterday released to the Department of Immigration for deportation after spending five months in custody...

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Bar owner arrested after unauthorised gathering
Bar owner arrested after unauthorised gathering

August 17, 2020

THE owner of a popular bar was arrested on Friday night after police responded to reports of an unauthorised gathering, which contravened COVID-19 Emergency Orders...

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Killed by bullets fired through window
Killed by bullets fired through window

August 17, 2020

A FAMILY has been left distraught after their loved one was fatally shot while standing inside his Elizabeth Estates home on Saturday night...

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LEADING US BY EXAMPLE: The Tribune witnesses police officers defying restaurant lockdown rule
LEADING US BY EXAMPLE: The Tribune witnesses police officers defying restaurant lockdown rule

August 13, 2020

DESPITE Emergency Powers Orders that prohibit the opening of restaurants in New Providence, people - including Royal Bahamas Police Force officers - have been patronising a popular eatery on the island...

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Police shootings 'part of the job'
Police shootings 'part of the job'

August 12, 2020

NATIONAL Security Minister Marvin Dames yesterday called the latest police-involved shooting that led to a man being killed and two officers injured "unfortunate" but noted such incidents are "the nature of the business"...

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Man fined 700 for drug possession

August 11, 2020

A man almost risked his wife’s asue money when police seized the money after they arrested him for drug possession with intent to supply...

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FAMILY ROW ENDS IN DEADLY SHOOTOUT
FAMILY ROW ENDS IN DEADLY SHOOTOUT

August 11, 2020

A MAN was fatally shot by police yesterday at Pinewood Gardens after he allegedly opened fire on officers and his mother following a heated "domestic" dispute over prayers...

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Jimmy Lai: Hong Kong media tycoon held amid sweep of arrests

August 10, 2020

The Hong Kong business tycoon Jimmy Lai has been arrested along with other pro-democracy and media figures, raising fears of a broad crackdown by China...

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Family's grief as man is shot dead
Family's grief as man is shot dead

August 07, 2020

A FAMILY has been left grieving after their loved one was fatally shot on Wednesday afternoon...

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Man dies after shooting on Pine Yard Road
Man dies after shooting on Pine Yard Road

August 06, 2020

A man is dead after a shooting on Pine Yard Road on Wednesday afternoon...

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Nygard bids to reduce court punishment
Nygard bids to reduce court punishment

July 29, 2020

PETER Nygard has appealed a contempt conviction he received for breaching an injunction that banned him from publishing stolen emails from environmental group Save The Bays (STB), on the grounds the fine and sentence handed down to him was too harsh...

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Archer killer told to reapply to appeal murder conviction
Archer killer told to reapply to appeal murder conviction

July 28, 2020

THE killer of 11-year-old Marco Archer has been told he is out of time to challenge his murder conviction...

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Police warn on selling alcohol during GB lockdown
Police warn on selling alcohol during GB lockdown

July 24, 2020

ASSISTANT Commissioner of Police Ashton Greenslade warned that the selling of alcohol at bars and private residences during the COVID-19 lockdown is not permitted. People who break the rules will be arrested and prosecuted...

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Blackbaud Hack: Universities lose data to ransomware attack
Blackbaud Hack: Universities lose data to ransomware attack

July 24, 2020

At least 10 universities in the UK, US and Canada have had data stolen about students and/or alumni after hackers attacked a cloud computing provider...

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Two charged with drug possession
Two charged with drug possession

July 24, 2020

A 30-year-old man who pleaded guilty to marijuana possession and cocaine possession with the intent to supply was fined $1,000 in the Magistrate's Court yesterday.Bill Frazier was charged after officers seized 27 grams of Indian hemp and seven grams...

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