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March 13, 2014
Violence against women: Leslie Miller and the PLP's veil of silence

Approaching International Women's Day, the country witnessed a day of infamy in the House of Assembly, one of the most repugnant moments in the chamber in living memory.
Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller boasted, emphatically and unequivocally, that he had inflicted violence on, assaulted and brutalized a woman. In a 105-word horrendous analogy Miller noted, as reported in this journal: "'That's like b...

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November 20, 2013
Grenade attack on newspaper

A LIVE hand grenade was thrown through the front door of Punch Publications, prompting an emergency lockdown of Farrington Road until the bomb squad could remove the explosive and safely detonate it.

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February 20, 2014
Bank of Bahamas to sue The Punch

BANK OF THE BAHAMAS is suing tabloid newspaper The Punch.

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March 07, 2012
PM: PLP throwing low blows because it is 'desperate'

The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is 'desperate' to win the next election and has resorted to throwing low blows against its opponents, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said.
His comments came after he was asked to respond to remarks made by the PLP's candidate for Tall Pines Leslie Miller, who suggested that a member of the Free National Movement (FNM) is a 'coward' who allegedly abuses his wife....

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February 04, 2012
Pitt rings in win off two-day training

KELSIE JOHNSON

Guardian Sports Reporter

kelsie@nasguard.com

Lightweight boxer, Richard'The Hammer'Pitt may surprise himself if he decides to train harder for a big fight.º

With only two days of training, Pitt stepped into the ring on Saturday night and landed a victory. The technical knockout(TKO)came in the third when Pitt hammered Dencil'Death'Miller to the canvas. Having already...

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Bahamians Observe Independence At Canada's Famous Hotel
July 21, 2010
Bahamians Observe Independence At Canada's Famous Hotel

On July 10th scores of Bahamians who reside in Canada gathered at Toronto’s famous Westin Hotel overlooking Lake Ontario to celebrate The Bahamas 37th anniversary of Independence. In a convention room and terrace giving views of Ontario’s largest inland body of water with sailboats bobbing in the background memories of The Bahamas were reflected in the venues décor.

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January 16, 2012
Inspirational Quotes From Entrepreneurs

Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple:

"I'm convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance."

Max Levchin, former CTO of PayPal:

"The very first company I started failed with a great bang. The second one failed a little bit less, but still failed. The third one, you know, proper failed, but it was kind of okay. I recover...

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November 19, 2013
Klay Thompson solidifying star status with Warriors

Klay Thompson, the Bahamian-rooted Golden State shooting guard, is rapidly solidifying his status as a star player in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Into his third season, Klay, one of the sons of Bahamian sports icon Mychal Thompson, appears to have a larger role this season. It seems, early in this season, that Coach Mark Jackson has decided to emphasize more Klay's role as the shoot...

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October 31, 2013
A shared understanding and celebration of Majority Rule Day

At long last January 10 has been designated as a holiday to celebrate majority rule, an accomplishment for which the Christie administration is to be congratulated and which was appropriately marked by a public signing of the act.
As an aside, it may have made sense for the government to remove the Whit Monday holiday as it introduced the new holiday.
The path towards the creation of the new holid...

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November 21, 2013
Police say no need for media to fear attacks

AUTHORITIES yesterday said they do not feel there is any need for alarm among media houses in New Providence following a grenade attack on The Punch Publications.

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