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Four hundred and eighty two people died of cancer in The Bahamas in 2018, according to data released by the World Health Organization (WHO). The data revealed that 249 men and 233 women died of cancer in The Bahamas last year. The leading killers were prostate cancer, with 80 deaths, and breast

New judge appointed in Gibson trial

Former Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson yesterday learned the name of the new judge who will preside over his corruption trial, but still

Men charged with rape offenses

Two men were charged yesterday in connection with sexual offenses. Kevin Archer, 21, was denied bail after he was charged with assault with intent to rape. Prosecutors

Two charged with separate murders

The suspects in two recent murders made their first appearance before a magistrate yesterday. Rosemond Etienne, 22, of Wilson Tract, faced four counts of attempted murder

Abaco residents struggle with high cost of living

MARSH HARBOUR, Abaco - Churton Toote is worried about the high cost of living on Abaco. Toote, 67, an Abaco native since the 1980s, said the

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313 Bahamians took part in degree programs in China since 2014

More than 300 Bahamians have taken part in training and degree programs in China since 2014, Chinese Ambassador Huang Qinguo

PM pledged continued support of the poor to League of Haitian Pastors

P rime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis pledged his continued commitment to the needs of the poor as he addressed the League

New judge appointed in Gibson trial

Justice Carolita Bethel has been chosen to preside over the corruption trial of former Minister of Labor and National Insurance Shane

‘Shell deal cost us our jobs’

Three former Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) board members allege in statements of claim filed in the Supreme Court on

Off-duty officer kills suspected robber

An off-duty reserve police officer yesterday shot and killed a man who was breaking into his neighbor’s car, police said. According

Dames: Davis did nothing about police killings during last PLP term

Minister of National Security Marvin Dames yesterday blasted Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis’ call for an independent