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The Johnson’s Lady Truckers won their first game of the 2018-2019 NPVA season, taking down the Lady Technicians in straight sets, 25-9, 25-14 and 25-6. In the men’s game, the Technicians turned back Da Basement, winning in four sets, 25-22, 24-26, 27-25 and 26-24.

The Johnson’s Lady Truckers and the Technicians were winners in Wednesday night’s action in the New Providence Volleyball Association (NPVA). The games were played at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium. In the women’s game, the Lady Truckers took down the Lady Technicians in three straight sets. They prevailed,

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The Bahamas Triathlon Association in conjunction with the Rotary Club of East Nassau held its superhero challenge at the Jaws Beach and Albany loop over the weekend as a fundraiser for the upcoming CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships at Turtle Beach, Tobago. Shown are some of the athletes who dressed up as superheroes for the competition. JESSICA ROBERTSON

Over the weekend, the Bahamas Triathlon Association (BTA) in conjunction with the Rotary Club of East Nassau, held its superhero challenge at the Jaws Beach and Albany loop. The proceeds from the event will go toward its national team attending the upcoming CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships at Turtle Beach,

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From left are Nishanth Lazarus Jeyapaul, chief engineer, Shreya B; Ricardo Hall, port captain, MSC Bahamas; Captain Manish Mishra, Shreya B; Lucian Laing, port director, Hutchison Ports FCP; Sherry Brookes, PA\corporate & government affairs director; and Jason Pinder, operations manager, Hutchison Ports FCP.

Weeks after acquiring its new Super Post Panamax cranes, Hutchison Ports FCP welcomed the largest vessel to ever call at the facility. The MSC Shreya B, a 12,000 twenty-foot-equivalent-unit (TEU) vessel, called at the port recently, opening the door to a new scale of business. The

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Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis delivers his contribution inside the House of Assembly yesterday. AHVIA J. CAMPBELL

As Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis outlined the steps his government undertook in its attempt to facilitate the sale of the Grand Lucayan to a private entity with the threat of closure lingering, he stressed yesterday that the government ultimately intervened to purchase the resort because

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