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Report: Barcelon, Real Madrid to play in Miami

February 24, 2017

MIAMI - Two of the biggest teams in soccer are reportedly heading to Miami for a summer match-up...

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Butler-Turner fears hall unprepared for election
Butler-Turner fears hall unprepared for election

February 24, 2017

OFFICIAL Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner is concerned that the Parliamentary Registration Department and Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall are not prepared to handle "something as important" as a general election...

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Police uneasy at move to call in RBDF in crime fight
Police uneasy at move to call in RBDF in crime fight

February 24, 2017

SOME Royal Bahamas Police Force officers are uneasy with the Christie administration’s decision to call in the Royal Bahamas Defence Force to assist them with policing, Police Staff Association Chairman Inspector Dwight Smith said yesterday...

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CIBC FirstCaribbean Refurbished branch featured on TCI radio show
CIBC FirstCaribbean Refurbished branch featured on TCI radio show

February 24, 2017

CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank’s main branch at Leeward Highway was recently renovated to improve the experience that the bank offers its customers...

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Bahamas face Guadeloupe in beach soccer quarter-finals on Friday night
Bahamas face Guadeloupe in beach soccer quarter-finals on Friday night

February 24, 2017

THE Bahamas will put their perfect 3-0 winning record on the line on Friday night against Guadeloupe as the knockout stage of the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship gets underway at the new Bahamas Beach Soccer facility at the foot of the Sir Sidney Poitier bridge...

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National Household Drug Survey-Ministry of Health

February 24, 2017

The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with other government agencies, is currently dispatching a team of persons into various communities throughout The Bahamas to conduct a national household drug survey during the months of February and March 2017...

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Attorney General's response to Civil Society Group Statement

February 24, 2017

I am happy to see that the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Federation (BCCEF), the Organization for Responsible Government (ORG) and another 14 civil society organizations have recognized our commitment to ensuring that the Bahamian...

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Scott Street shooting: man dies, baby girl 39critical39, police arrest three men
Scott Street shooting: man dies, baby girl 39critical39, police arrest three men

February 24, 2017

ONE man is dead and a one-year-old girl is fighting for her life in hospital after they were ambushed by two masked armed men on Thursday night. Two other men were also shot during the incident; they are listed in serious but stable condition...

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Northern Bahamas BTC Team hosts Massive 'Love Day Giveaway'

February 24, 2017

Valentine’s Day 2017 was all about showing love to BTC’s customers on Grand Bahama Island. The company’s Northern Bahamas team hosted a massive Love Day Giveway which gave customers access to even more great savings on products and services ranging from the new Samsung J7...

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Registration Open for Sunshine Insurance Marathon Bahamas
Registration Open for Sunshine Insurance Marathon Bahamas

February 24, 2017

Registration is now open for the ninth annual Sunshine Insurance Marathon Bahamas (SIMB), to be held in 2018...

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Minnis: Intercept Bill was a power grab by govt
Minnis: Intercept Bill was a power grab by govt

February 24, 2017

THE attempt to debate and pass the recently delayed Interception of Communications Bill by the Christie administration was yesterday branded as the government's latest effort to "seize and wield more ill-gotten power" by Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis...

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Sparks fly at PLP meeting
Sparks fly at PLP meeting

February 24, 2017

TENSIONS ran high last night in the newly renamed Freetown constituency, as supporters for the candidacy of Public Hospitals Authority Chairman Frank Smith clashed with supporters of attorney Wayne Munroe over who should be selected as the Progressive Liberal Party's standard bearer for the area...

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Weather Forecast February 24-29, 2017
Weather Forecast February 24-29, 2017

February 24, 2017

A broad low pressure centered off the eastern coast of Central Florida will drag a cold front and a trough across the Bahamas as it moves northeastward tonight through Friday. High pressure system over the Eastern United States will build across the Bahamas...

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Castrol Quote of the Day: February 24, 2017
Castrol Quote of the Day: February 24, 2017

February 24, 2017

Castrol Quote of the Day: February 24, 2017

"If we're not giving
you enough info every
morning in this short
space, please call or
write us at castrolbahamas@gmail.com

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Scott Street shooting leaves one man dead, baby girl and two others injured
Scott Street shooting leaves one man dead, baby girl and two others injured

February 23, 2017

A MAN is dead and a one-year-old girl and two men are in hospital after a shooting at Scott Street, off Hospital Lane, police said on Thursday night...

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Good Riddance!

February 23, 2017

Did the Cabinet of the Bahamas happen to sit under a bunch of coconut trees and were consequently hit on their heads by Andros-sized coconuts? Maybe that would explain why the Minister of Tourism...

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Bahamas Striping, Doing The Right Thing!
Bahamas Striping, Doing The Right Thing!

February 23, 2017

Giving back is essential year-round. Nowadays, every big company has a philanthropic department that is active but there are small businesses who do more than just claim they give back and instead, actually go the extra mile to be charitable...

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Prime Minister Christie at the opening of The First Educational Conference

February 23, 2017

It is an honour and privilege to have been invited to speak to this illustrious body, the Bahamas Union of Teachers which is celebrating its 70th year as a Trade Union in The Bahamas. Our history records the impact of the Bahamas Union of Teachers in in the achievement of many milestones...

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LCIS Hosts Inaugural Invitational Swim Meet
LCIS Hosts Inaugural Invitational Swim Meet

February 23, 2017

Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) hosted its inaugural Invitational Swim Meet at the Betty Kelly-Kenning Aquatic Centre on Saturday 18 January 2017. 287 young athletes participated in more than 50 races that included all four competitive strokes - freestyle, backstroke, breastroke and butterfly...

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Man dies of injuries sustained in fatal crash

February 23, 2017

A man has died of injuries sustained in a traffic accident earlier this month that also claimed the life of an Andros woman...

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