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May 29, 2020
Man who drinks 39a lot39 is fined after passing out

A MAN who claimed he violated the national curfew because he passed out while trying to walk home from the bar was fined $400 yesterday. He was among several people who appeared before Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes for curfew and lockdown vi

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May 01, 2020
Going out for a drink costs woman 500

A WOMAN who told police she violated the national curfew because she lost track of time while out drinking was fined $500 yesterday. She was among several people who appeared before Magistrate Andrew Forbes for curfew and lockdown infractions. Keva

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February 06, 2020
The accused didn39t call for help, didn39t go to the police - they went for drinks, claims attorney who says they should be found guilty of murder

A prosecutor yesterday urged jurors to convict two women accused of murdering teenage mother Breanna Mackey two years ago, asserting the pair valued rolling with their "crew" above distancing themselves from the girl's attackers.Attorney Cassie Bethe

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February 06, 2020
Is it a sin to drink alcohol

Dear Editor, Sometimes you hear religious persons say that it is wrong to drink alcohol. Is that really so? What do the scriptures teach? Proverbs 23:20 states: "Be not among winebibbers." Winebibbers are persons who drink too much wine. So, God condemns drinking too much [...]
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October 31, 2019
Sugary drinks ban for all schools

A SUGARY drinks ban at government healthcare facilities and public schools will come into effect on December 1, according to Health Minister Dr Duane Sands. "People are killing themselves," Dr Sands said bluntly of the rationale behind the ban yesterday.

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October 08, 2019
Israeli Government Partners with NEMA to Provide Portable Drinking Water for Grand Bahama

The Israeli Government, in partnership with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), has donated water purification equipment to the island of Grand Bahama, which will provide residents with potable drinking water, following the passing of Hurricane Dorian...

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Residents of Grand Bahama Abaco advised to avoid drinking ground water
September 09, 2019
Residents of Grand Bahama & Abaco advised to avoid drinking ground water

Residents of Grand Bahama, Abaco and the surrounding Cays are advised to avoid drinking or consuming ground water...Following the passage of Hurricane Dorian, officials are warning...

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Childhood obesity sparks drinks ban
August 19, 2019
Childhood obesity sparks drinks ban

THE Ministry of Health will ban the sale of sugary drinks from all of its nearly 80 nationwide institutions, Health Minister Dr Duane Sands said yesterday.

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Woman found dead in hotel room 'had dispute with couple over payment of drinks'
August 10, 2019
Woman found dead in hotel room 'had dispute with couple over payment of drinks'

The last known social interaction of South African Carla Van Eeden, who was found hanging in a room in Atlantis, involved a "dispute" with an unknown couple over paying for drinks, Atlantis employees have testified.

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Drinking alkaline
July 23, 2019
Drinking alkaline

Alkaline water devotees are swearing to the health properties they say come as a result of drinking water with a higher pH level. And in the blink of an eye, drinking alkaline water, also known as ionized water, is the latest trend. Consumers believe drinking [...]

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