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Lionel Richie.

The countdown is on! It’s exactly three months and one day to the City of Miami Gardens’ 14th annual Jazz In The Gardens (JITG) and they’re making music moves with an amazing lineup for the March 9—10, 2019 music festival hosted once again by Rickey

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Dr. Hubert Minnis.

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis declared yesterday that Bahamians are no longer fearful of crime. “When you talk to the average Bahamian yesteryear, there was great fear of crime,” Minnis said. “They were fearful of coming out of their homes, fearful of driving around, etc. That fear has been

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Treasurer of the Consultant Physicians Staff Association Dr. John Dillett. TORRELL GLINTON

Senior physicians announced yesterday they have ended industrial action nearly two weeks after withdrawing certain services from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) over a pay dispute with the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA). Consultant Physicians Staff Association (CPSA) Treasurer Dr. John Dillett said, “The CPSA has reached a tentative agreement

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Peter Turnquest.

The government intends to borrow $30 million from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to strengthen its digital infrastructure and support the rollout of the Freedom of Information Act. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest tabled a resolution in the House Wednesday night outlining

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From left: Saberina Walker, Roeline Benjamin, Eleanor Major, Alex Sawyer.

Police have charged a man and three women over the seizure of 12 1/2 pounds of marijuana. Alex Sawyer, 34, of Skyline Drive; Eleanor Major, 24, of Skyline Drive; Saberina Walker, 31, of Glinton Square; and Roeline Benjamin, 30, of Glinton Square, were charged in connection

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