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109 “squatters” arrested at Abaco church

Law enforcement officers arrested 109 people reportedly squatting at the

Bahamians trapped in US as Bahamian borders closed

Renette Harding is desperately trying to get her 79-year-old parents and

Bahamian borders closed to Bahamian citizens abroad, others

While the United States Embassy has advised that The Bahamas'

Social Services received over 1,000 applications for assistance

Since Monday, the Department of Social Services has received more

COVID-19 cases surge

Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday announced four new

BUSINESS

In the week since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported the Price Control Commission has received in excess of 50 complaints from consumers

Jimmy’s claims permission to deliver liquor revoked by government 

Jimmy’s Wines and Spirits received 10 times the amount of orders it normally receives in a day yesterday, after the company said it received permission

Turnquest: Lending agencies ready to assist

The government has had discussions with all of its associated multilateral lending agencies to ensure that The Bahamas will have the option to acquire funds

Fusion unable to make payroll

After laying off 350 of its employees last week, CEO of Fusion Superplex Carlos Foulkes said the company is not in a position to meet

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