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Britain’s uncertain future

In a few days, about 160,000 members of Britain’s Conservative Party, largely white, male and in their late fifties, will elect a new party leader and so appoint Britain’s next Prime Minister. This 0.3 percent of the country’s electorate must choose between two men, both

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Govt considering banning chumming

In the aftermath of two shark attacks on tourists in the last two months, the government is considering banning chumming, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard said yesterday. Chumming is the practice of luring marine animals near by throwing bait in the water. It is

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RBDF passing out parade

The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) has once again increased its manpower after 107 recruits successfully graduated from new entry training at the Coral Harbour Base on Friday. With loved ones there to support, the squad of 98 males and 9 females is the latest group

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