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Plane Crashes In Eleuthera

A Pineapple Air plane crashed landed Tuesday at the airport in Governor’s Harbour, Eleuthera, with one male passenger sustaining minor injuries. According to police officers on that island, sometime around 8pm officers received reports of a had crash landing at the Governor’s Harbour Airport. Officers, upon arrival at the site, found that the Pineapple Air […]

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BAHAMAS WASTE HELPS THE ALL SAINTS CAMP

Bahamas Waste partnered with the All Saints Camp to assist in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Each year, the staff at Bahamas Waste pools resources to make a donation. The funds help with essentials like food supplies, toiletries and clothing. Over the holiday season, the staff of Bahamas Waste returned to the All Saints Camp to […]

GOV’T TO STOP OUT-SOURCING CATS CAN SERVICES

15 January 2018

Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands said outsourcing Cat-Scan services is costing the government thousands of dollars. In an interviewing on the state of facilities in the health care system, Dr. Sands noted that they are trying to stop outsourcing Cat-Scan services in Grand Bahama. “We have some concrete plans for replacing the CAT-Scanner at the […]

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Plane Crash Leaves Man Injured

15 January 2018

Police on the family islands are investigating a plane crash that has left a male with minor injuries. Reports are that shortly after noon on  Friday, police on Great Harbor Cay, The  Berry Islands,  received a report that a plane had crashed in swamp land, a short distance from the airport. Officers and rescue personnel  […]

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Man Becomes Latest Traffic Fatality

15 January 2018

Police in the capital are investigating a traffic accident that has left a male dead. According to reports, shortly after 4:00am Sunday morning, police received a report of fatal accident at Carmichael Road near Boatswain Hill  Road. When officers arrived on the scene, they met the lifeless body  of a male with injuries lying in […]

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Haitian remembers Earthquake. -Says Trump’s Head is Bad

15 January 2018

Last Friday marked eight years since Haiti experienced that 7.0 catastrophic Earthquake, killing almost three million people. In the process, a quarter of a million homes and 30,000 commercial buildings were said to have collapsed, burying old and young people alike. The Bahama Journal spoke with Haitian Johnson Jean-Jacques, who now resides in The Bahamas, […]

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Extradited Bahamian held for Armed Robbery

15 January 2018

A man has been jailed after his recent extradition from the United States. 49 year old Bahamian citizen Salathiel Thompson of Bacardi Road has been on the run from Bahamian authorities since 1989 for eight armed robberies he allegedly committed. After he fled   the Bahamas, he  landed  in Prison in The United States after […]

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PM Says prove Americans wrong

15 January 2018

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has said the U.S  State Department was within its rights to warn American citizens in the Bahamas. In an interview with members of the press following a courtesy call from Transport  Minister Frankie Campbell and representatives from the Bahamas Maritime Authority, Dr. Minnis challenged Bahamians to remain focused on proving […]

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“Labour On The Blocks” Draws Hundreds Of Job Seekers

15 January 2018

The “Labour on the Blocks” initiative created by the Department of Labour officially launched on Saturday and saw hundreds of persons turn out despite the inclement weather. The event took place in the  Bain and  Grants Town Community on Sarah Ingraham Park, that saw hopeful residents register for employment with Department of Labour officers. The […]

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Mitchell: Public Education Needed On Immigration Woes

15 January 2018

A little more than two weeks since the ultimatum given by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis and the enforcement of immigration law, former Minister of Immigration, Fred Mitchell said that anything that deals with the vexing issue of immigrants is a step in the right direction.  However, he calls the recent moves by the administration […]

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CARICOM Condemns Trump

15 January 2018

Members of the Caribbean Community have come together to denounce comments made by U.S President Donald Trump concerning Haiti and other African nations. In a statement released by CARICOM on Saturday,  the organization  said it is deeply disturbed by reports about the use of derogatory and repulsive language by the President of the United States […]

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Was It Luck for Peter Nygard?

15 January 2018

The Clifton Review The Clifton Review is a tri-weekly column that examines the question of the Clifton project along with the evolution of the war between two billionaires. We covered the start of this war with articles describing the battle over easement rights, the mysterious burning of a home, the blocks to rebuilding, and countless […]

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