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February 07, 2020
Companies urge homeowners to invest in alarms

SECURITY companies in New Providence are urging homeowners to invest in alarm systems as a first line of defence against criminals in view of concerns over a perceived increase in home invasions.

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February 06, 2020
Ministry of Public Works Makes Huge Leaps in 2019

A new telephone system, building renovations, an increase in its fleet of vehicles and confirmations of positions are among the 2019 successes for the Ministry of Public Works (MOPW)...

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Break-in likely to cost Dundas Centre 7,000
July 23, 2019
Break-in likely to cost Dundas Centre 7,000

A BREAK-IN at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts has left the iconic non-profit with more than $7,000 worth of damage, according to manager Delores Adderley, who made appeals for donations to offset repair costs...

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November 28, 2018
Government signs over $1.5 million contract to carry out repair works on GB's Courthouse

The courthouse in Grand Bahama is set to get a major, much anticipated facelift, thanks to the Government of The Bahamas and the Ministry of Public Works...

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August 30, 2017
Guards tied up in robbery spree

Police were searching for three gunmen who robbed a major wholesale business, its security guard and another security guard at a school early Tuesday morning.
The first incident took place at Temple Christian High School, off Shirley Street.
According to police, shortly after 5 a.m., a security guard was at his post near the entrance of the school when he was approached by the gunmen.
Police said ...

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November 29, 2016
'No disrespect to PM'

COMMUNITY activist Ranard Henfield, organiser of Friday's "We March Bahamas" protest, said he meant no disrespect in refusing to meet with Prime Minister Perry Christie about protestors' concerns, adding that his group will not relent in its push to get their demands met.

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Four deny involvement in Sandilands Primary school break-in
October 18, 2016
Four deny involvement in Sandilands Primary school break-in

FOUR men denied having involvement with the recent break-in and the theft of cash and items worth nearly $16,000 at the Sandilands Primary School during Hurricane Matthew in an arraignment in Magistrate's Court yesterday.

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Ban Cash For Gold
August 09, 2011
Ban Cash For Gold

There was much discussion last week about the government's recent decision to ban scrap metal exports for 90 days and to ban scrap copper exports permanently. The government argued that the level of theft of these metals necessitated the bans. The industry conceded that new regulations are needed, but it argued that the bans threaten livelihoods.

There are reasonable arguments on both sides. Th...

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Construction Contractors' Bill, 2016
July 13, 2016
Construction Contractors' Bill, 2016

I am pleased today to bring to Parliament, an inaugural cutting-edge and comprehensive Construction Contractors Bill, 2016.

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U.S. Embassy Nassau, Bahamas security message: Personal security awareness
July 12, 2016
U.S. Embassy Nassau, Bahamas security message: Personal security awareness

This message is to remind U.S. Citizens resident and visiting New Providence Island (Nassau) and Paradise Island to be mindful of their surroundings at all times and employ practical personal security awareness when in public and at home to avoid being a victim of crime...

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