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Judge delays his URCA case ruling

A Supreme Court judge has reserved his decision on whether the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority was right to find that ZSR Sports Radio’s operator is not the true holder of the 103.5 FM radio licence.The Tribune understands that Justice

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Sands may testify in Smith trial

HEALTH Minister Dr Duane Sands may be called to testify in a Magistrate’s Court hearing into former PLP Senator Frank Smith’s bribery and extortion trial, it was revealed yesterday.It was also revealed that lawyers for the accused were just served mi

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'VAT hike will bring a day of reckoning'

THE government’s proposed hike of value added tax will induce a “day of reckoning” sooner than expected, according to Progressive Liberal Party Deputy Leader Chester Cooper.Speaking to reporters as crowds protested against the government’s proposed V

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Minnis: We're creating a better tomorrow

WHILE hundreds of protesters took over Bay Street yesterday in protest of a value added tax increase and a new sliding tax for web shops, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis told The Tribune his government’s fiscal agenda is about creating “a better tomo

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