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August 13, 2013
tourists hurt in scooter collision with truck

TWO tourists had to be taken to hospital yesterday after a collision between a truck and the scooter they were riding.

An eye-witness said the intersection where the incident occurred, Culbert’s Hill and Hill View Drive, has no stop signs – a fact which has caused “a number of accidents” in the past...

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August 14, 2013
Tourists hurt in scooter collision with truck

TWO tourists had to be taken to hospital yesterday after a collision between a truck and the scooter they were riding.

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December 20, 2013
Man killed while riding scooter

A man riding a scooter was killed in an accident on Robinson Road around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, police said...

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October 28, 2014
Scooter rental agent gets year in prison for drug possession

A scooter rental agent was on Monday sentenced to 12 months in prison for having 23 grams of marijuana with intent to supply.
Police arrested Renato Zhavargo Russell, 38, of Ross Corner, on October 25 at Festival Place because he matched the description of a suspect, the court heard.
The officers found 10 packages of marijuana with a combined weight of 23 grams in a red pouch that was around Russe...

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December 24, 2014
Man robbed of scooter

FOUR men with a shotgun robbed a man of a scooter Monday night, police said.

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November 10, 2015
Tourists injured as scooter hits pothole

TWO American tourists were treated in hospital yesterday for minor injuries after the moped they were driving hit a pothole on the Eastern Road, sending them crashing to the pavement near the Family Guardian Corporate Centre.

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May 16, 2016
Scooter driver dies after traffic accident

A man has died after a traffic accident on St. Vincent Road early on Saturday evening.

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Nassau prepares for world’s largest cruise ships
November 19, 2009

The Ministry of Tourism & Aviation has mounted a proactive plan to prepare frontline workers for the arrival of the world’s largest cruise ships to Nassau Harbour.
Members of the Visitor Experience team within the Ministry have mobilized information and coaching sessions with small business persons in the downtown area as they prepare for the arrival of the Carnival Dream on November 19 and the ...

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Nassau Pawn Calls for Regulation of Gold-Buying Industry
July 30, 2010
Nassau Pawn Calls for Regulation of Gold-Buying Industry

Less than one month after it re-opened following a police raid that ended with confiscated goods being returned to the store, a local pawn shop has said the time has come to regulate the quickly growing gold-buying industry in The Bahamas

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August 15, 2010
Call for witnesses for fatal accident inquest

By NOELLE NICOLLS

Tribune Staff Reporter

nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

FAMILY members of tragic road accident victim Peter Knowles are appealing to the public for help in the upcoming coroner's inquest.

Mr Knowles was riding a scooter when he collided with a dumptruck at the junction of Prospect Ridge and John F Kennedy Drive in March last year. His body was unrecognisable due to the extent of the...

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