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AG: PLP boycott unacceptable

Attorney General Carl Bethel voiced concern yesterday that Progressive Liberal Party

Bethel: Bahamas to push back on EU blacklisting

The European Commission’s recent blacklisting of The Bahamas was “unwarranted,

AG concerned PLP using boycott as ‘intimidation’ tactic

Attorney General Carl Bethel voiced concern today that Progressive Liberal

Govt signs landfill deal 

The government yesterday signed an agreement with the New Providence

Symonette: ‘EU wants our things’

Minister of Financial Services Brent Symonette yesterday defended the government

BTC sick-out results in store closures

A number of Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) retail stores on

BUSINESS

The government is currently exploring an “outreach strategy” to cause the European Union to reconsider its “blacklisting” of The Bahamas as a jurisdiction with insufficient

Fusion Superplex has hosted 140,000 customers so far

More than 140,000 people have made their way through the new Fusion Superplex and the company, which is still in soft-opening mode, has sold about

Bethel explains Bahamas not blacklisted, but placed on ‘implementation’ list

Attorney General Carl Bethel insisted yesterday that The Bahamas has not been “blacklisted”, but merely placed on an “implementation” list to carry out an action

Govt moves quickly on Commercial Entities Act amendments

The government is moving quickly to pass amendments to new tax laws that would keep The Bahamas in good standing with the European Union (EU)

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LIFESTYLES

With a change in leadership, the addition of younger talent on the frontline and a unique five-piece horn section, the band formerly

R&B Soul Artist Charisa Smith has released her new single -“Get Gone” – a song that she says comes from

“What Men Want” (Rated C) Cast: Taraji P. Henson, Aldis Hodge, Erykah Badu, Tracy Morgan Genre: Comedy, fantasy/romance Dwight’s rating: It’s exactly what you

In a world filled with heartache and heartbreak, nothing provides relief faster than a good belly laugh that rumbles from

SPORTS

The Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) has selected a 12-man team that is mixed with overseas and local players for the AmeriCup 2021 Pre-Qualifiers to get

The St. Anne’s School Blue Waves took a swim team to participate in the Hillel Caribbean Invitational Swim Meet in Kingston, Jamaica, last weekend. The

The St. John’s College Giants senior boys saved the best for last, executing a run of epic proportions in the fourth quarter last night to

NATIONAL REVIEW

When Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis visited Haiti one year ago this month, the Bahamian and Haitian delegations agreed to undertake joint initiatives that could

Despite an earlier report from a lawyer for former Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Frank Smith that he had not been served a notice of appeal against the

If the only takeaway from the botched prosecution of former Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Chairman Frank Smith was the irreparable harm done to his reputation that would

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Holding accountable those who aid human trafficking
Hope is not a foreign policy
Speaking truth to a reckless power
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WORLD NEWS
Chicago police, Fox dispute reports about Smollett attack

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago police say local media reports that

After failed budget, Spain calls early election for April 28

MADRID (AP) — Spain's prime minister on Friday called an

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