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Exumas and Ragged Island Member of Parliament and Progressive Liberal Party Deputy Leader Chester Cooper delivers remarks at the PLP rally last night.

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper yesterday urged the Bahamian people to fire the Minnis administration in the next general election over its missteps since coming to office, but said in the meantime, if the prime minister does not resign, the opposition may

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Speaker of the House Halson Moultrie.

Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie said yesterday that an auditor general’s report into alleged abuse of funds at the Department of Education was delivered to the House last September but was never given to him or the acting clerk. Moultrie said he

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Dear Editor, I read the informative and insightful article “Your government is the problem not the WTO”, with great interest. I have only one comment. The writer posits that as a result of The Bahamas joining the WTO, imports would be more affordable and consumers would benefit

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Bahamian sailing legend Eleazor ‘‘Barber J’’ Johnson passed away yesterday morning. He was 80. FILE

Despite the passing of Bahamian sloop sailing legend Eleazor ‘‘Barber J’’ Johnson yesterday morning, the show will go on. The 32nd Annual St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Regatta is set for Saturday February 16 and Sunday February 17 at the Montagu foreshore. For the past 32 years, that regatta

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Bahamian Jasrado “Jazz” Chisholm slides safely into third base during a regular season game for the Kane County Cougars in this file photo. This coming season, Chisholm is looking to improve his statistics across the board. FILE

The 2018 season was a great one for Bahamian professional baseball player Jasrado “Jazz” Chisholm, the No. 1 prospect of the Arizona Diamondbacks as according to Baseball America earlier this month. Chisholm along with Lucius Fox Jr. were the only Bahamians to advance to the Arizona Fall League this year - an offseason

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Shown is a 2018 Powerade Potcakeman Triathlon participant at the Powerade stall. The Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) will return as the title sponsor of the event for the sixth consecutive year, and its product Powerade will hydrate athletes throughout the race. CARIBBEAN BOTTLING COMPANY

Sports drink Powerade will once again fuel triathlon participants on February 10 at BAARK!’s (Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights & Kindness) 7th Annual Powerade Potcakeman Triathlon. The Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) will return as the proud title sponsor for the sixth consecutive year, and its product Powerade will

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