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    • Postponed track and field events halts Terrance Jones’ big plans
      As the days go by more sporting events are being put on hold due to the spread of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19. World Athletics, formerly known as the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) announced the postponement of the upcoming World Under 20 (U20) Championships, which was set to take place July 7-12 at the Kasarani Stadium in Continue Reading...
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    • Man found hanging from beam
      Police in Grand Bahama are investigating the circumstances surrounding an alleged suicide that occurred over the weekend in the South Bahamia area. According to Superintendent of Police Brian Rolle, Officer-in-Charge of the Central Detective Unit (CDU), investigators were dispatched to the scene off Santa Maria Drive, Cotton Ball Ave., sometime around 6:10 p.m. on Saturday (March 28) following a call Continue Reading...
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    • Importers calling on govt. to reconsider new Customs Management Act amendments
      Grand Bahama business leaders are calling on the government to reconsider the amendments to the Customs Management Act, section Customs 108 (a) and (b). Proprietor of D's Car Rentals, Darren Cooper, who claimed to be speaking also, on behalf of other local business owners, inferred that the recent decision by the government amounted to an injustice being levied upon business Continue Reading...
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    • Boats docking at OBB marina in West GB a major concern
      Amidst protests by West End residents over the Community Clinic being considered as one of the facilities for quarantine COVID-19 patients, another deepening concern is the arrival of foreign boaters to Old Bahama Bay (OBB) Resort and Marina. Earlier this week this daily investigated and discovered that at least 15 boats were docked at the marina in West End, despite Prime Minister Continue Reading...
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    • Males charged with violating curfew
      Days after Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis first announced a nationwide curfew as a response to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, Raymond Moxey, 53, and Benjamin Antonio, 62, were arraigned for violating that curfew on Tuesday, March 24, in the Freeport Magistrate Court.  The pair was escorted into the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre to have their day in court. Moxey was Continue Reading...
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    • Senior citizens care facilities restricting visitations in fight against COVID-19
      Operators of elderly care facilities are taking preventative measures to ensure that senior citizens living under their care, are protected from the COVID-19 pandemic, as much as possible. One step immediately taken was, limiting the number of relatives visiting the centres. This daily’s team visited four all of the elderly homes on the island on Monday (March 23) and learned Continue Reading...
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