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“There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. People will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies

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Now let’s suppose for a moment, that when you went to your place of employment today, upon arriving and getting seated at your desk, or wherever you work each day, your manager called a meeting of all employees in your department. Now at the meeting

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Bahamian Middleweight Champion Tureano Johnson, right, is shown after a training session with Coach Andre Rozier. At left is American boxer Curtis Stevens, who gave Johnson one of his two professional losses. Stevens had a controversial victory over Johnson in April of 2014. NATANIA JOHNSON

This could be the last hoorah for Bahamian Middleweight Champion Tureano Johnson. Determined to get back in the world rankings and earn that elusive world title shot, the Bahamian super middleweight fighter will take on one of the world’s best next Saturday on one of the

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Sacramento Kings’ Chavano ‘Buddy’ Hield scores during a NBA basketball game in this file photo. Hield and the Kings defeated fellow Bahamian DeAndre Ayton and the Phoenix Suns, 122-105, on Tuesday. AP

The first legitimate meeting in a National Basketball Association (NBA) game between Bahamians, with both seeing significant minutes on the floor, turned out to be a one-sided affair in favor of the visitors. Chavano “Buddy” Hield and the Sacramento Kings continued their early-season push, turning back

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Justin Roberts in action. BLTA

Just last week, Bahamian tennis player Baker Newman was successful in getting into main draw play on the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) F2 Futures Circuit. Baker, who graduated from Vanderbilt University this year, participated in ITF F2 Futures event in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, and

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Jubilee Gardens resident Arlington King speaks with Nassau Guardian reporter Jasper Ward yesterday. TORRELL GLINTON

The shooting deaths of two men in Jubilee Gardens, off Gladstone Road, late Tuesday night left some in that community shaken. The men were found in a car in a driveway shot to death, police reported. Arlington King, 79, a native of Cat Island, has lived in

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Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest in the House of Assembly yesterday. AHVIA J. CAMPBELL

A compendium of bills that will establish new regulations to govern the financial services sector in The Bahamas was passed in the House of Assembly last night. The bills include the Register of Beneficial Ownership Bill, the Commercial Entities (Substance Requirements) Bill, the Removal of Preferential

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Delton Fernander.

Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest yesterday sought to allay fears raised by the Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) regarding the Non-Profit Organizations Bill, noting that the government has no intention of interfering or monitoring non-profit organizations in the country. “Let me state for the record that it is not

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