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What is good government?

What makes good government? This may seem to be a basic question. It might even appear to be a philosophical one. Yet, the answer to this question has practical implications. For a sitting government, the answer could mean the difference between losing or maintaining power.

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Fresh off a two-touchdown performance for the Sunrise Christian Academy Buffaloes in the HCAA Class 3A State Championship on Friday night, Bahamian Deyton Albury suited up for the Buffaloes basketball team and had 22 points in the team’s season debut on Saturday. Photos: MIKE ALBURY SR.

Albury nets 22 points in Sunrise debut

It was a great weekend for Bahamian two-sport star Deyton Albury. He scored 22 points to lead the Sunrise Christian Academy Buffaloes to a 58-51 victory over the Putnam City Pirates in his first basketball game of the season on Saturday, in Del City, Oklahoma. Albury also

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A number of young athletes showed support for the 3rd Annual Shaunae Miller-Uibo Bay Street Mile, which was held on Saturday. Miller-Uibo, fourth left, and overall winner Jaden Wright of Lyford Cay International, fourth right, are flanked by Coach Rupert Gardiner, right, and members of the SPIA Track and Field Club. SIMBA FRENCH

Huge support for Shaunae Miller-Uibo Bay Street Mile

Despite the inclement weather on Saturday, a number of runners and supporters showed up for the 3rd Annual Shaunae Miller-Uibo Bay Street Mile which started at the Straw Market Downtown and ended at the Bahamas Football Association’s National Beach Soccer Facility at Malcolm Park on East Bay Street. Jaden Wright of Lyford Cay

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University of The Bahamas Mingoes’ guard Robert Joseph (left) drives past Edward Waters College guard Robert Thomas in their game on Saturday at the Adams-Jenkins Community Sports & Music Complex in Jacksonville, Florida. Joseph led the Mingoes with 21 points in a 75-69 loss. Photos: UB ATHLETICS

Mingoes drop two close games at EWC Thanksgiving Classic

JACKSONVILLE, Florida — The University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes men’s basketball team was on the verge of winning both games at the Edward Waters College (EWC) Thanksgiving Classic but just could not seal the deal in either game. The Mingoes lost to Florida National Friday,

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Destruction on Abaco caused by Hurricane Dorian. FILE

Turnquest: Medium-term prospects post-Dorian ‘exceptionally bright’

Despite the economic challenges caused by Hurricane Dorian and revealed in a recently published Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) report, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance (MOF) Peter Turnquest said yesterday that the government will ensure The Bahamas’ economic and fiscal recovery gains traction once

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