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  • Devynne Charlton advances to 100m hurdles final, Pedrya Seymour bows out in semis August 1, 2021
    DEVYNNE Charlton came close to her national record in making the final in her Olympic debut in the women’s 100 metre hurdles, while Pedrya Seymour bowed out in her bid for her second straight appearance in the big dance.
  • Gardiner and Russell qualify for 400m semifinals August 1, 2021
    IT was an easy run for national record holder Steven Gardiner of Abaco, but a gallant comeback for Grand Bahamian Alonzo Russell as the two Bahamians advanced out of the heats of the men’s 400 metres on Sunday morning at the 2020 Olympic Games.
  • Six test positive for COVID-19 after Bahamas cruise July 31, 2021
    Six passengers who sailed on a Royal Caribbean ship tested positive for COVID-19 near the end of their cruise and were immediately quarantined, the company said Friday.
  • Gaither falls short of final place, Colebrooke seventh in his heat July 31, 2021
    TYNIA Gaither’s bid for a spot in the final of the women's 100 metres and Samson Colebrooke's attempt to get out of the first round of the men's 100m heat fell short on Saturday night at the 2020 Olympic Games.
  • Gaither advances to 100m semis July 31, 2021
    As the track and field competition got started for Team Bahamas at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan on Saturday, Grand Bahamian sprinter Tynia Gaither was the first to advance to the semi-finals.
  • Charlton and Seymour into 100m hurdles semis July 31, 2021
    A pair of fourth place finishes in their respective heats propelled national record holder Devynne Charlton and former national record holder Pedrya Seymour into the semifinals of the women’s 100 metres hurdles on Saturday at the 2020 Olympic Games.
  • Union hoping for PM and Deputy PM to 'step in' July 31, 2021
    AFTER allegedly staging a sick-out this week, Bahamas Electrical Workers Union is now looking to the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister to assist with propelling its needs forward.
  • Calls for fine for owners of beetle-carrying vessel July 31, 2021
    THE docking and offloading of dunnage from a cargo vessel in Freeport with a shipment of wood infested with an invasive beetle have raised concerns among Bahamians who are calling for a huge fine to be levied on the owners of the vessel.
  • Two in court on drug charges July 30, 2021
    A 23-year-old and a minor were charged in the Magistrate’s Court on two counts of possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply.
  • Mexican tourists plead guilty to assault July 30, 2021
    THREE Mexican tourists went before the Magistrate’s Court on Friday, each having to pay $100 after pleading guilty to assault. After making the payment, they will be granted an absolute discharge.
  • 132 new cases of COVID-19 July 30, 2021
    THE latest Ministry of Health COVID-19 Dashboard has recorded 132 new infections in The Bahamas with 94 of them being in New Providence.
    Friday, 30th July, 2021.
  • 07302021 EDITION July 30, 2021
    Friday, 30th July, 2021.
  • EDITORIAL: Are we really protecting our environment? July 30, 2021
    IT seems mindboggling.
  • DIANE PHILLIPS: Words matter, so choose them carefully July 30, 2021
    AS a writer, I love words, simple, honest words that say what they mean. Words like doggonit. I mean, you know exactly what that means. You can feel a fist pump the table even as you say the word.
  • A COMIC'S VIEW: What does Opposition really want? July 30, 2021
    THIS week, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis delivered a national address on Covid-19 that left some opposition politicos very upset.
  • Retail relief at no new restrictions July 30, 2021
    BAHAMIAN retailers are breathing a sigh of relief after no new COVID-19 restrictions were announced by Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis during his national address.
  • Davis: PM has no plan to tackle surge July 30, 2021
    PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis faulted Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’ latest national address yesterday, saying the administration lacks a thoughtful and comprehensive plan to address the latest surge in COVID-19 cases.
  • 20 new cars to help crack down on crime July 30, 2021
    THE United States government donated 20 Ford Police Interceptor hybrid SUVs worth $1.1m to the Royal Bahamas Police Force yesterday.
  • Realtors ‘embrace’ demand for cryptocurrency purchases July 30, 2021
    Bahamian realtors yesterday revealed they are developing strategic alliances to “embrace” cryptocurrencies already being used as a means of payment for local property transactions.

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