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Burglar jailed for string of break-ins

A burglar was on Monday jailed for a string of break-ins in western New Providence. Gerrad Saunders, whose crimes were caught on security cameras, admitted to charges of housebreaking, stealing and attempted stealing at his arraignment before Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes. The magistrate sentenced the 42-year-old

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An unclear war plan

The prime minister on Sunday night addressed the nation for the third time in two weeks on the impact of the novel coronavirus. Nonetheless, many in the public feel none the wiser for the information presented. What is clear is that the picture provided is not bright. Community

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Life in the time of COVID-19

Dear Editor, Sunday morning in New Providence revealed more vehicles on the road than one would expect during a 24-hour-a-day lockdown. And, long lines of customers extended from the doors of most food stores with a degree of social distancing being observed by some, while others stood

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The House of Assembly chamber was reconfigured to allow members of Parliament to practice social distancing yesterday amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic. A maximum of 27 people were allowed to be seated in the chamber at one time. photos: AHVIA J. CAMPBELL

Social distancing protocols implemented in House of Assembly

If social distancing efforts in the House of Assembly do not go smoothly, House Speaker Halson Moultrie said yesterday that the proceedings may have to be moved to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19. Moultrie said the government has already spoken with Baha Mar about the

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