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  • 07032020 EDITION July 4, 2020
    Friday, 3rd July, 2020.
  • Man dead, woman missing at sea and two injured after boating accident July 4, 2020
    A man is dead and a woman is missing at sea after a boating accident off Bimini on Thursday night. Shortly before midnight, officers at the Alice Town Police Station received a distress call from a boater in the area of Turtle Rock – two nautical miles off Bimini.
  • YOUR WEEKEND SECTION IS NOW ONLINE July 4, 2020
    Friday, 3rd July, 2020.
  • Six women arrested after video of fight on Grand Bahama July 4, 2020
    SIX women were arrested in Grand Bahama on Thursday after videos of them circulated on social media showing them displaying aggressive conduct near a business on the island.
  • Opposition concerns prevent Senate debate on emergency orders July 4, 2020
    THE Senate failed to debate a resolution for the extension of Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis' latest emergency orders after concerns were raised by the opposition on whether the parliamentary session was properly constituted to meet.
  • Man jailed after pleading guilty to causing damage July 4, 2020
    THE Magistrate’s court sent a 20-year-old man to jail for 18 months on Friday after he pleaded guilty to causing damage to a man’s home.
  • Three accused of assault July 4, 2020
    TWO teenagers and a man were remanded to prison on Friday to await trial after they were accused of assaulting three men last week with a deadly weapon.
  • FOAM provides families with rental assistance July 4, 2020
    A LOCAL non-profit organisation is lending a helping hand to families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic by providing rental assistance to those in need.
  • Search for men after separate armed robberies July 4, 2020
    NEW Providence police are searching for several men after two separate armed robberies in the capital on Thursday.
  • Two charged with cultivating marijuana July 4, 2020
    A man and woman were charged in the Magistrate’s Court on Friday with cultivating marijuana.
  • DIANE PHILLIPS: Good riddance to that planet-killing piece of throwaway plastic July 3, 2020
    With eyes on COVID-19, the economic fall-out and an attempt to re-open the borders, it would have been easy to overlook a major milestone this week – crunch time. July 1, 2020, time to kiss those single-use plastics goodbye.
  • $60m paid out to 34,000 unemployed July 3, 2020
    THE National Insurance Board has now paid over 34,000 unemployment benefit claimants more than $60 million in benefits.This number continues to grow daily, NIB said in a statement. “Most recipients have received eight to ten weeks of benefit, as NIB
  • Abaco alarm over new shanty construction July 3, 2020
    ABACO residents are again sounding the alarm over unsanctioned construction in shanty town communities on the island, saying it is unfair some people are being allowed certain liberties, while others are being treated like “fourth class citizens” in
  • Mackey seeks to ease fears over tourists not wearing masks July 3, 2020
    SOME residents of Harbour Island are complaining that tourists are not following COVID-19 protocols, but MP for the area Ricky Mackey told The Tribune that the matter is under control and protocols will be enforced. A resident of Harbour Island took
  • Concern at clean-up halt at Equinor oil spill site July 3, 2020
    ACTIVISTS say no clean up is being done at the Equinor oil spill site where an estimated 55,000 barrels of oil were released at its South Riding Point facility in East Grand Bahama during Hurricane Dorian. Environmental representatives of Save the
  • Campaign launched to help male victims of violence July 3, 2020
    THE Spouses of Caribbean Leaders Action Network (SCLAN) will initiate a programme at the end of this month to address domestic violence with men and boys, according to Patricia Minnis. Outside of Cabinet on Tuesday, Social Services Minister Frankie
  • A COMIC'S VIEW: It’s Minnis v Minnis in the lockdown battle July 3, 2020
    A dialogue in lockdown between the PM, the Minister of Health (the MOH) and the Competent Authority
  • Court to supervise Cavalier's wind-up July 3, 2020
    Cavalier Construction’s liquidation was yesterday placed under Supreme Court supervision after the 64 year-old contractor’s insolvency was confirmed. Once one of The Bahamas’ largest and best-known contractors, its winding-up under judicial oversigh
  • Bungled Netflix trade to cost Ansbacher $317k July 3, 2020
    Ansbacher (Bahamas) has been ordered to pay $317,000 in lost profits to a UK investor over a bungled Netflix share trade he claims cost him his townhouse.Justice Indra Charles, in a June 22, 2020, verdict, found that the financial services provider g
  • Govt eyes SPV for agriculture funding July 3, 2020
    The government is eyeing the creation of a special purpose vehicle (SPV) that will raise and channel financing towards agriculture, a Cabinet minister said yesterday. Michael Pintard, minister for agriculture and marine resources, told Tribune Busin

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