Monday, Jun 18, 2018
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The owner of Plantation Bar and Grill, Noel Cartwright, 48,

The mother of the young woman killed after her car

Golden Isles MP Vaughn Miller said last night he received

BUSINESS

Government is not inflexible or unempathetic to the challenges the implementation of the 12 percent value-added tax (VAT) will create for businesses, Deputy Prime Minister

An environmental group is railing against a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility scheduled to be built by Shell North America “in the heavily polluted industrial

More and more companies are interested in investing in Grand Bahama, according to Minister of State for Grand Bahama Kwasi Thompson, who announced last week

The Bahamas’ 2017 banking sector balance sheet reveals total assets of $189.8 billion, with international banks’ numbers accounting for $171.1 billion, or 90.1 percent, of

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LIFESTYLES

Sts. Francis & Joseph School Vice Principal Vanta Culmer described Zaria Stapleton as a budding humanitarian. Her mom, Myriam Stapleton,

K’Shura Hanna made history when she became the first 10th grade student and first student from Grand Bahama to capture

The newly refurbished Portia M. Smith Building at the University of The Bahamas (UB) is the latest capital development project

Will it be two-time first runner-up D’Ardra Smith? How will last year’s runner-up Shawnell Clarke fare? Will last year’s semifinalist Damian Brown keep the male sweep of the competition going? Or will newbie to the competition Paulshenae Hanna surprise everyone? The next question is whether Starbucks Bahamas will have its first female barista champion? It is ‘put up, shut up and bring it’ time for the four baristas gunning for the title of Starbucks barista champion, as the winner will be decided today. Hanna, Clarke, Smith and Brown, are gunning for the title and prize purse — a one-week trip to Costa Rica to visit Starbuck’s

SPORTS

Team Bahamas never got its footing, falling to Cuba in a lopsided affair as the FIBA (International Basketball Federation) Women’s Caribbean Cup got underway in

The World’s top order in the inaugural T20 Nations Cup final at Haynes Oval on Saturday afternoon took care of business as they defeated The

It was a busy weekend for youth and junior track and field athletes in The Bahamas as quite a number of them were in action

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NATIONAL REVIEW

If an election were held tomorrow, only 20 percent of the people polled by Public Domain said they would vote for the Free National Movement

The government’s decision to tax gaming house revenues up to 50 percent in the coming fiscal year has triggered an intense public relations battle between

Financial Secretary Marlon Johnson has been more engaged in seeking to educate the public on the new budget than any other person serving in his

WORLD NEWS

PARIS (AP) — The Paris public transport company RATP says

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