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Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday the government and lawyers representing several web shop operators are working toward an agreement regarding the government’s sliding scale tax and patron’s tax imposed on the industry. However Bethel said “it isn’t likely that we will be able to prevent

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St. Anne’s School middle school students are engaged in a seminar. St. Anne’s School guidance counselor Alphonso Major Jr. has been finding creative ways to confront the issues the students may be experiencing as they go through puberty.

Most people are familiar with the terrible twos, but the terrible teens are equally as frightening for some parents, teachers and guidance counselors. As teenagers go through puberty, some of them can become more rebellious and distant. As they come to grips with their developmental changes, in

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Jon Rahm, of Spain, sinks a birdie putt during the final round of the 2018 Hero World Challenge. He shot a 20-under par 268 to win the overall title. TORRELL GLINTON

On a hot and sunny day but with just enough wind, second-year pro golfer Jon Rahm, of Spain, defeated a field that included 14 of the world’s top 20 golfers, walking away with the overall title at the 2018 Hero World Challenge. The Professional Golfers

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The University of Toledo Rockets will play the Florida International University (FIU) Panthers in the 2018 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl which is set for Friday December 21 at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. The game is set to get underway at 12:30 p.m.

The University of Toledo Rockets have booked their ticket to the 2018 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl, and according to Head Coach Jason Candle, at a press conference on Friday inside the foyer of the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, they are as excited as they could be.

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Florida International University cornerback Rishard Dames (35) intercepts a pass intended for Marshall wide receiver Tyre Brady (8) during the second quarter of an NCAA college football game, in Miami. Marshall won the game, 28-25. AP

The Florida International University (FIU) Panthers are ready for the 5th Annual Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl game against the University of Toledo Rockets, slated for Friday, December 21 at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. The game will get underway at 12:30 p.m. Head Coach of

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Peter Turnquest.

Government wants 20 percent of small businesses to win government contracts, as it continues to work toward rolling out its e-procurement and supplier registry. A press release on the government’s e-procurement reform seminar held at the Pelican Bay resort on Grand Bahama Thursday explained that Deputy

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Peter Turnquest. FILE

The legislation tabled in Parliament Wednesday designed to keep this country in compliance on tax matters with financial watchdogs the European Union (EU) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), was benchmarked with other jurisdictions and is “solid”, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister

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