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March 03, 2016
Police ask for public's help in search for murder suspect

POLICE are seeking the public's help in locating 35-year-old Tavares Roker of Daisy Lane, Garden Hills.

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January 21, 2016
'Why was our mother's body mistakenly cremated'

THE bereaved family of the late Lillian Theresa Gilbert, whose body was mistakenly released from the Rand Memorial Hospital to the wrong funeral home and cremated, said their mother would not have wanted to be cremated because of her religious beliefs.

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January 18, 2016
AML, Sunshine 'working out details' on possible Yamacraw grocery store

AML Foods Ltd. Chairman Dionisio D'Aguilar has confirmed that the company is "pretty seriously" exploring putting a grocery store on Yamacraw Road.

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December 21, 2015
Staying the course

Although their stories have faded from headlines, HeadKnowles organizers Lia Head and Gina Knowles are urging citizens to remember the thousands of people still "suffering" more than two months after Hurricane Joaquin pummeled the central and southern Bahamas.

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May 15, 2015
Second lawyer appointed to kidnapper's appeal bid

A MAN who maintains he did not kidnap and rob a manager of a laundromat at gunpoint will be appointed a second lawyer at the public's expense...

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December 19, 2014
Minister: Are we ready for Cuba

For more than a decade, leading voices in the Bahamian business community have demanded that government take seriously the economic threat that would exist when Cuba eventually "opened up" and with newly restored diplomatic relations between Cuba and the U.S. making headlines around the world, some of those voices are today querying whether The Bahamas is ready.
Pinewood MP Khaalis Rolle now serve...

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December 11, 2014
Man acquitted of 2012 murder of police reservist

A man accused of the murder of a police reservist has been acquitted.
Justice Roy Jones on Tuesday directed the 12-member jury to acquit Andrew Gibson of the May 31, 2012 shooting death of Dennis Clarke after he upheld a no-case submission by attorney Dorsey McPhee.
Prosecutors alleged that the 55-year-old was gunned down outside Superwash Laundromat on Prince Charles Drive during an armed robbery...

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Shootout At Web Shop
January 14, 2013
Shootout At Web Shop

Police are investigating whether a suspended police officer, who was found shot in the face on St. Vincent Road yesterday, was involved in a daytime shootout and botched robbery of an armored truck outside Island Game web shop at Faith Avenue and Cowpen Road.

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Armed Raid Suspect Bailed
November 30, 2012
Armed Raid Suspect Bailed

One of three men accused of armed robbing a laundromat earlier this year was granted bail in Supreme Court yesterday. Senior Justice Jon Isaacs granted a $15,000 bond to 24-year-old Benjamin Ramsey.

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November 29, 2012
Armed raid suspect bailed

ONE of three men accused of armed robbing a laundromat earlier this year was granted bail in Supreme Court yesterday.?Senior Justice Jon Isaacs granted a $15,000 bond to 24-year-old Benjamin Ramsey.

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