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January 23, 2017
Understanding your medications

Chances are, you've had, are taking or will be prescribed medicine by a doctor at some point. There are lots of things you should know about pharmaceuticals to increase their ability to make you better and reduce any chance of negative side effects, according to Dr. Tamara Dean, clinical pharmacist and pharmacy coordinator at Doctors Hospital Pharmacy.
Do you understand the difference between gene...

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February 19, 2016
Strike team found escaped murderer

A POLICE search that lasted two weeks ended Wednesday night when a special team of officers arrested escaped convicted murderer Ormand Leon at a home in bushes on Fire Trail Road.

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April 14, 2015
Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions Vernal Collie Retires Vernal Collie Retires

The Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs honoured and celebrated the contributions of Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions Mr. Vernal Collie...

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October 27, 2014
Preventing prisoner escapes

Yet another prisoner has escaped police custody. Lance McDonald, 53, of Westmoreland, Jamaica, managed to make his way out of Carmichael Road Police Station after being arrested last week Thursday.
According to Superintendent Paul Rolle, as officers attempted to place McDonald in a cell he resisted and was able to get away after a short struggle. It is unclear how many officers attempted to restra...

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September 06, 2013
A response to Philip Galanis on 'The PLP at 60', pt. 1

Philip Galanis picked the wrong day to publish his piece on the Progressive Liberal Party's 60th anniversary. Its publication in The Nassau Guardian coincided with the publication of Rupert Missick Jr.'s thoughtful article in The Tribune entitled "The Cuban Detainees and the Long Awaited Revolution"...

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August 14, 2013
A call for a national youth service

We are at a critical stage in our nation's history. Violent crime has skyrocketed with murder records being set annually. The terrible truth is that Bahamians no longer feel safe - not in their homes, not on the streets, not even in our schools. Our children are growing up in a country in which gun violence is deployed almost casually as a means to resolve disputes in part because there is no nati...

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The Benefits Of Marijuana
November 27, 2012
The Benefits Of Marijuana

As more countries move towards legalizing medicinal or recreational marijuana, or at least to decriminalization, is it time for lawmakers in The Bahamas to take a closer look at similar policy shifts?

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'Die' Stubbs Drug Case Decision Delayed
August 24, 2012
'Die' Stubbs Drug Case Decision Delayed

A magistrate yesterday delayed the decision in the high-profile drug case of Stephen 'Die' Stubbs because of a last-minute constitutional motion filed by a co-accused.

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