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  • This week's Tribune Obituaries PDF edition December 3, 2021
    Thursday, 2nd December, 2021.
  • 12022021 EDITION December 3, 2021
    Thursday, 2nd December, 2021.
  • STATESIDE: Finding justice is no easy thing in courts where politics rule December 2, 2021
    American politics and jurisprudence are supposed to be separate.
  • FRONT PORCH: What’s the actual plan for vaccine booster shots? December 2, 2021
    A FRIEND recalls a recent exchange with an employee of a utility company who came to read a meter at his home. Asked by the friend if he was vaccinated, the utility worker replied: “No, I don’t believe in that stuff.”
  • EDITORIAL: What is being hidden from the Auditor General? December 2, 2021
    THE role of the Auditor General is not an easy one – but it is straightforward in what he or she is supposed to do. The Auditor General is required to examine and inquire into the accounts of government.
  • Promotions suspended? Not for some at WSC December 2, 2021
    ALTHOUGH the Davis administration initially said it would suspend staff promotions given under the previous government, the incoming Water and Sewerage chairman has admitted promotions have been recently given to certain staff.
  • Private companies to take on govt workers December 2, 2021
    MORE than 40 people who were being paid by the government but could not be placed because of a lack of vacancies in the public sector will be engaged by private companies.
  • PAHO: Don’t panic over Omicron strain December 2, 2021
    PAN American Health Organisation officials have urged countries in the region to not panic over the new Omicron strain but instead to focus efforts on redoubling virus surveillance and expanding vaccine coverage in view of the new threat.
  • Six more confirmed deaths from COVID December 2, 2021
    THE COVID-19 death toll has risen by six after several unclassified deaths were added to this category on Tuesday.
  • Pintard: We won’t be spoken to like children December 2, 2021
    MARCO City MP Michael Pintard was adamant yesterday that the Official Opposition would not be spoken to like children amid a lengthy back and forth with government members of Parliament.
  • Plans in the works for new Post Office home December 2, 2021
    TRANSPORT and Housing Minister Jobeth Coleby-Davis told Parliament yesterday there were plans in the works for a permanent home to house the General Post Office.
  • Mother of former US Ambassador shot dead at Beverley Hills home December 2, 2021
    MINISTER of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell has sent condolences on behalf of Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis and the government regarding the shooting death of the mother of a former US Ambassador to The Bahamas.
  • Pinder tables citizenship proof December 2, 2021
    CENTRAL and South Abaco MP John Pinder II yesterday tabled a certificate confirming the loss of his United States citizenship, which was approved more than a month before the September general election.
  • Gibson slams breadbasket VAT rise December 2, 2021
    LONG Island MP Adrian Gibson has taken the Davis administration to task about its plan to impose 10 percent value added tax on items that were once zero-rated.
  • Sebas raises $19m for e-commerce purchase December 2, 2021
    Sebas Bastian raised nearly $19m from investors to finance the acquisition of an e-commerce platform that he yesterday said will become an “Amazon like” presence in The Bahamas and region.
  • ‘Clean up mess in construction’ December 2, 2021
    The Bahamian Contractors Association’s (BCA) president yesterday said the industry is optimistic that the Davis administration will take the final steps to “help clean up the mess” in construction.
  • ‘I’ve never seen prices this high’ December 2, 2021
    A senior Sysco Bahamas executive yesterday said they had “never seen prices this high” as the global supply chain crisis continues to impact the country’s post-COVID recovery.
  • Top golfers tee off in Hero World Challenge December 2, 2021
    The field of golfers in the 2021 Hero World Challenge had their first opportunity to take the course for this year’s event at yesterday’s Pro-Am, now all attention shifts to the main event when the first of four rounds tees off.
  • Central Bank hit by staff sickout December 2, 2021
    A NUMBER of Central Bank workers called in sick yesterday to protest unresolved grievances with management.
  • ‘We’ll be a republic - eventually’ December 2, 2021
    FOREIGN Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell says he is still committed to seeing The Bahamas become a republic.

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