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July 12, 2011
Man murdered two days after prison release

The murder count hit 69 after a man who was released from prison just days ago, was riddled with bullets on Independence Day. The victim, identified as Francisco Hanna, 25, of Key West Street, was killed near Wilson Tract on Sunday shortly before 11 p.m., police say.

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July 29, 2015
PM threatens to open files on Baha Mar

Despite suggestions from Baha Mar that the government has taken sides in an ongoing dispute with its general contractor, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the Christie administration has negotiated in good faith and threatened to reveal his files to prove his assertion.

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Ms. Claudette Allens to be awarded 2015 Woman of Distinction Award
July 07, 2015
Ms. Claudette Allens to be awarded 2015 "Woman of Distinction" Award

Celebrating Woman International (CWI) a subsidiary of TKHGFI nonprofit organization, announced plans today to award Ms. Claudette Allens with the “Woman of Distinction Award” 2015...

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November 15, 2010
A business 'wasteland'

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

PARTS of Robinson Road have been turned into a business "wasteland" by protracted roadworks, as a former Bahamas Chamber of Commerce president - whose business and others in the area have already seen 20-30 per cent sales declines - yesterday said they were bracing for the further "devastating" effects of a planned 0.7 mile detour set to make it all but i...

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June 17, 2015
D'Aguilar: Overly 'xenophobic' immigration policies mean 'anemic' growth

A prominent businessman yesterday said that the government must remain content with "anemic growth" if it persists with overly "xenophobic" immigration policies for skilled labor.

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June 15, 2015
Deputy Prime Minister attends annual crabfest in Fresh Creek, Andros

FRESH CREEK, Andros -- Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Philip Davis lead a government delegation to Fresh Creek Andros on Saturday to attend and show his support for the annual Crabfest there. DPM Davis, BEC Chairman Leslie Miller and CARICOM High Commissioner Picewell Forbes are pictured mingling with the huge crowd of mostly young people at the event. The delegation is also pictured with local busine...

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May 14, 2015
Catch the crabs crawling!

Bahamian cultural competitions, entertainment and all the crab you can eat will be at the 18th All Andros Crab Fest at Festival Site, Fresh Creek, Central Andros

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June 07, 2012
Men charged with murder of police reservist

The two men police believe are responsible for the shooting death of an off-duty police reservist were literally dragged into the South Street court complex to be charged with his murder yesterday.
Clemson Edgecombe, 22, and Andrew Gibson, 28, who appeared to have trouble getting up the steps, were carried up the stairs by officers to appear before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez.
At one point, Gibso...

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June 07, 2012
D'Aguilar: BEC must introduce prepaid system

Converting the Bahamas Electricity Corporation's (BEC) billing system from postpaid to prepaid will not only alleviate its receivables problem, but assist in energy conservation and decrease operational costs, according a former BEC board member.

Dionisio D'Aguilar, president of Superwash, highlighted to Guardian Business the urgency for BEC to implement a prepaid system like its telecommunicat...

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January 07, 2015
D'Aguilar: Rein in talk of price gouging

A prominent businessperson yesterday called on the government to rein in recent accusations of price gouging, calling them "disingenuous and not helpful" as businesses and consumers adjust to value-added tax (VAT).
Responding to comments from price control czar E.J. Bowe, Superwash President Dionisio D'Aguilar told Guardian Business that all involved parties needed to "wait for the dust to settle"...

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