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Badly decomposed body found

Body found

The discovery of a badly decomposed body in the area of Cook Close, Lucaya yesterday left law enforcement officers with more questions than answers. A team from this daily was on the scene early Monday (November 6) evening as police collected evidence near the Garden of the Groves location, where the body was found. Assistant…
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Police investigating shooting incident

Law enforcement officers are investigating a shooting incident, which resulted in three male residents suffering injuries. According to police information, shortly after 3:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 4 officers on mobile patrol were called to the Coral Road area, where they learned that three men in a black Nissan Note were suffering from gunshot wounds…
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Remembering war veterans

REMEMBERING OUR YOUTH – Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Church will host the 55th Annual Remembrance Day Parade and Service of Thanksgiving (Memorial Day) for War Veterans beginning 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 12 and organizers encourage the Grand Bahama community to come and support the event. Pictured from left are Harcourt Brown, PS; Minister of State for GB in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sen. Kwasi Thompson and Geneva Rutherford.

Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Church will host the 55th Annual Remembrance Day Parade and Service of Thanksgiving (Memorial Day) for War Veterans beginning 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 12, 2017. Hundreds of brave men and women across The Bahamas stood on the frontlines in World Wars I and II, the Korean War, Vietnam…
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Alcime in the ‘hot seat’

Crown witness, Allan Alcime, stood in the witness box yesterday and under cross-examination, told the court that he was not recruited to commit murder. When the double murder trial into the death of Barry and Sheena Johnson resumed Monday (November 6) morning, in the Supreme Court at the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre, attorney Geoffrey Farquharson,…
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