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Press Statement in response to Punch Headline May 1, 2014
May 01, 2014
Press Statement in response to Punch Headline May 1, 2014

In reference to the story in Thursday's Punch concerning a civil action brought some three years ago against the Bank of The Bahamas and its Managing Director, Paul McWeeney, and others, by Edward Penn, it is unfortunate that the Punch omitted to mention that the Bank and Paul McWeeney...

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August 09, 2010
Second 'Power Punch' Invitational set for today

By RENALDO DORSETT
Tribune Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.ne

One of the country's leading amateur boxing clubs continues its stellar 2010 season with the second edition of one its noteworthy events on the calendar.
Ray Minus Jr and Champion Amateur Boxing Club are scheduled to host the second edition of its "Power Punch" Invitational featuring a strong slate of young talented fighters.
The...

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August 09, 2010
Boxing club stages another Power Punch Invitational

CHAMPION Amateur Boxing Club staged another Power Punch Invitational at Wulff Road Boxing Club on Saturday.

Ray Minus Jr, president and coach of the club, said they will continue the competition until August 14 when they are slated to host the Simpson Penn Boxing Club.

Among those present for Saturday's show were Wellington Miller, president of the Amateur Boxing Federation of the Bahamas and Ge...

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December 03, 2010
Letter: Response to Nicki Kelly's Punch article 'Who's the Boss'

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Politicians are servants of the people not masters. They are to carry out the demands of the people affected by any decisions made but not onlookers.

How could a seasoned Minister of the government stand and declare that counterfeit goods are prohibited from the straw industry and not the country at large.

I am of the opinion that the counterfeit goods, if illegal, sh...

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January 06, 2011
Statement by Ryan Pinder MP Elizabeth on Punch article

Nassau, Bahamas  - Enclosed is a Press Statement by Ryan Pinder, MP Elizabeth.

I write this Release in response to
today's article in the Punch that I intend to run for North Eleuthera in the
next General Election.  Let me first respond by
saying categorically that I have absolutely no intention of running
in North Eleuthera!!  Secondly, I am the Member of Parliament for
...

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February 28, 2011
Hurricanes on course to win CCAA title with deadly 1-2 punch

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

The Holland College Hurricanes are on a course to win the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association men's basketball title this weekend and coach George Morrison has a deadly 1-2 punch in sophomore Donathon 'Donnie' Moss and transfer Leo Morris to thank for it.

"Donnie is an excellent basketball player and an excellent athlete," Mo...

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March 16, 2011
Cheetahs punch early ticket to championship in the NPWBA

By RENALDO DORSETT

Sports Reporter

rdorsett@tribunemedia.net

The league's pennant winners punched an early ticket to the New Providence Women's Basketball Association (NPWBA) championship series and await the winner of a third and deciding game in the other semifinal matchup.

Four J's Cheetahs - 83

COB Caribs - 66

The Cheetahs advanced to their second consecutive championship appearance and ...

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June 06, 2011
Politics, diplomacy and the church

A U.S. Embassy official claimed in a cable penned in 2003 that Bishop Neil C. Ellis -- who is repeatedly described in diplomatic documents as Perry Christie's spiritual adviser -- remarked that the then prime minister was not a "true man of God" although he was trying to be religious.
The American also wrote that at a meeting with Ellis at his Mount Tabor Baptist Church, he also remarked that Hube...

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June 29, 2011
Punch editor set for court after US customs detention

By CELESTE NIXON

Tribune Staff Reporter

cnixon@tribunemedia.net

PUNCH editor Ivan Johnson is to appear in court today after being detained by US customs officers, police say.

According to police reports, the tabloid boss was arrested just after 5pm in the pre-clearance section of Sir Lynden Pindling Airport on Monday on suspicion of having made a false declaration.

Tribune sources confirmed J...

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Punch publisher, Ivan Johnson pleads not guilty
July 04, 2011
Punch publisher, Ivan Johnson pleads not guilty

Publisher of The Punch Ivan Johnson and two female companions yesterday pleaded not guilty to making a false declaration to a United States officer at Lynden Pindling International Airport on Monday.
Johnson 58, of Graycliff, West Hill Street; Mickell Gomez, 20, of Farrington Road and Christina Toote, 21, of Star Estates, Prince Charles Drive, were charged before Magistrate Guillemina Archer in a...

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