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June 12, 2014
A focus on fathers

The focus will be on fathers, their family roles and their importance in sustaining a vibrant, holy church and a good society as 24 Catholic men, two fathers from each of the 12 parishes in New Providence, will be honored for their service to the church and for their roles as fathers in the community.
The Archdiocesan Catholic Men's Association (ACCMA) will hold a celebratory gala banquet to honor...

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August 22, 2014
Signaling shifts in Nassau Harbour

Blue Curry is a Bahamian artist currently living in London, who flies his flags in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Known primarily for his installation works that broach cultural and historical themes, in 2013 Curry was asked to take part in Unsettled Landscapes, a biennial exhibition featuring the work of artists from Nunavut all the way to Tierra del Fuego, and countries in between.
Held at Site Santa Fe,...

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September 16, 2014
Nottage apologizes for ignoring referendum results

National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage yesterday apologized to the Bahamian people for going against the results of the January 28, 2013 gambling referendum.
But he also took issue with pastors who charged that the government is "killing democracy" and should be voted out of office if members of Parliament vote for the Gaming Bill.
"I join in with the member of Parliament for West End and ...

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September 17, 2014
Man murdered in Fox Hill

Police said a man was shot in the head and killed after an altercation at a home on Johnson Road in Fox Hill yesterday.
Superintendent Paul Rolle said the victim, a resident of Step Street, rode his motorcycle to the home of the shooter on Johnson Road around 10 a.m., where an altercation unfolded.
"As he (the victim) was about to leave, the male resident withdrew a handgun, discharging shots in h...

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Row outside court as murder suspects charged
September 23, 2014
Row outside court as murder suspects charged

A MAN arrested after a high-speed chase with police was arraigned with a juvenile male in Magistrate's Court yesterday in connection with the killing of 21-year-old Dakeil Curry...

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October 17, 2014
McCartney murder suspect seeks bail

Lyndera Curry, one of the people accused of the murder of pharmacist Richard Kurt McCartney, appeared before the Supreme Court yesterday seeking bail ahead of her trial, which is scheduled for March 2015.
Curry, 21, of Plantol Street, is charged along with Sumya Ingraham, 26, also of Plantol Street; Thorne Edwards, 23, and Okell Farrington, 31, of Pinewood Gardens, with the October 24, 2013 armed ...

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March 13, 2015
Cooking their way into the Young Chef final

D.W. Davis student Lucan Volmy’s Mahatma Rice dish, ‘Pina Colada Rolled Rice Pudding with Chocolate Topping’, and his Robin Hood Flour dish, ‘Stuffed Curried Bake’, were good enough to earn him the 23rd Annual Junior Young Chef Champion New Providence title, and a berth to compete in the All Islands Final for the overall title of National Young Chef Champion.

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March 27, 2015
COB Touts strenght of Law Programme

Scores of persons attended a recent Open House held at The College of The Bahamas to learn more about the Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Degree Programme...

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June 09, 2015
NFL team owner's son latest victim of Abaco boat theft ring

NORTH Abaco MP Renardo Curry yesterday said he fears the destruction of his constituency's tourism market as a boat theft ring continues to thrive "at an all time high" on the island.

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November 24, 2015
BFSB recognizes stars of the industry at annual awards gala dinner

The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) paid tribute to the contributions of a number of industry professionals as part of its annual quest to profile role models in the sector.

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March 13, 2016
Selection Sunday for the BAAA

Just like a year ago, the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) has decided to go with just qualifiers for the CARIFTA Games over the Easter holiday weekend, and they're hoping that they reap the same benefits.
It paid dividends for The Bahamas last year, as the team went from seven in the standings to second, winning eight gold medals compared to just one in 2014. The BAAA ratified ...

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June 28, 2016
No Stephen Curry. No LeBron James. It won't matter for U.S. basketball in Rio

Stephen Curry isn’t on the team, and neither is LeBron James or Russell Westbrook.

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June 26, 2016
Blood lust

One way a Minnis administration would "attempt to stop" crime is through ensuring that hangings resume, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis declared last week as he continued his efforts to build a case for his election to the highest political office in the land.
For many Bahamians who do not feel safe in their communities, who are frustrated by the high rate of violent crimes a...

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August 31, 2016
Jamaican style curry products recalled

GraceKennedy Limited has announced the recall of certain batches of its curry products that were packaged in the United States and distributed within the U.S., Bermuda and The Bahamas.

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September 28, 2016
Exuma students equipped, ready for new academic year

It is the time again for teachers and students to return to the classroom.

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November 23, 2016
Interactive dialogue to commemorate National Women's Week explores women as equal partners with men

The issue of whether women are truly empowered to make decisions that would benefit them in their country, or whether they are still being heavily influenced by men even to their own detriment, became a hot topic at an interactive dialogue session held to commemorate National Women's Week.

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Curry defends missing 102 out of 220 assembly sessions
March 23, 2017
Curry defends missing 102 out of 220 assembly sessions

NORTH Abaco MP Renardo Curry yesterday said his shoddy attendance at House of Assembly proceedings to date was due to him being "challenged" by the conflicting nature of his jobs as both MP and parliamentary secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister in Abaco...

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March 24, 2017
Miller: MPs who don't attend the House should return salary

Tall Pines member of Parliament Leslie Miller yesterday suggested that Elizabeth MP Ryan Pinder donate the salary he receives from the government to charity, after it was revealed that Pinder was absent from 58 sittings of the House of Assembly and has not been present since December.
Miller said Pinder, and other MPs with poor attendance records, should take their jobs more seriously.
"Being elec...

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April 20, 2017
Man fined for receiving stolen BPL fuel

A man was yesterday fined for receiving 110 gallons of stolen diesel from Bahamas Power and Light over the weekend.
Jarius Bowleg, 48, was one of four men arrested after the fuel theft was uncovered by a worker on April 15.
However, only Bowleg and Phillip Curry, 50, of Butler Street, Nassau Village, were charged.
Bowleg and Curry were arraigned before Senior Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans on charg...

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