Castrol Quote of the Day: May 25, 2016

Castrol Quote of the Day: May 25, 2016 Castrol Quote of the Day: May 25, 2016

" Your 'Castrol Car Care Minute' is on tonight during the 'Our News' broadcast at 7:30. 9:30 & 11:30 p.m. on Cable 12. Watch it and drive with a little more confidence."

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Latest News - Stories

Emily Rahming Presents a Copy of Her Book, 'Emma the Island Girl' to the Governor General
Emily Rahming of Congo Town, Andros, presented a copy of her book, Emma the Island Girl to Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, Governor General, in a courtesy call at Government House

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Carnival Mega Ship at Freeport Harbour
Carnival Cruise Lines mega ship, the Carnival Breeze called at Freeport, Grand Bahama, on Wednesday morning.

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Educators Receive Medals for Exemplary Service
Twenty-three exemplary female educators representing government and private institutions in The Bahamas were recognized for their invaluable contributions to nation building during a ceremony Tuesday, May 24, 2016.

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Collaboration with US State Department 'Concrete Evidence' of Government's Commitment to War Against Trafficking in Persons
The partnership formed between the Ministry of National Security and the Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Washington D.C., is “concrete evidence” of the Government’s recognition and acceptance of the fact that countries must work together in the war against Trafficking in Persons, Minister of National Security the Hon. Dr. Bernard J. Nottage said recently.

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It's official: Cable Bahamas Awarded Second Mobile Licence
The Government of The Bahamas has formally announced the award of the second mobile license to Cable Bahamas (CBL).

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NEMA Conducts Water Rescue Course in Crooked Island
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in partnership with the United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) and the United States Public Health Services trained a group of residents in highly-skilled water rescue techniques in the event a disaster strikes the community.

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Opening 2016/2017 Budget Statement Delivered by the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie
It is my honour to present the 2016/17 Budget Communication. This is the fifth Budget Communication that my Government has presented to this Honourable House during our current mandate.

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Reach Announces Penny Drive to Fund Therapy for Children with Autism
REACH, a non-profit promoting awareness of autism and providing resources to parents and their children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), announces its Penny Drive to raise funds for a therapy room and after-care program at the organization’s new location on Village Road.

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Out Island Schools Affected By Hurricane Joaquin Have Been Repaired
With the start of the 2016 Hurricane Season a few weeks away the wounds are still fresh in the minds of a large number of Bahamians due to the significant impact and loss due to Hurricane Joaquin.

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Bahamas Judo Open Champions Emerge
THE Bahamas Judo Open was held this past weekend and 73 athletes from five clubs vied for the position of Bahamas Judo Open champion in their respective divisions.

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Travel Agents as Tourists at Sandyport Beaches Resort
Sandyport Beaches Resort was amongst a group of destination resorts showcased by the Ministry of Tourism recently when 100 top producing Travel agents from across North America visited as part of the Ministries ongoing programme to promote Bahamian tourism.

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Will Switzerland give every adult a basic income of $2500 a month?
The country is holding a national referendum on the introduction of a basic income on June 5. Its supporters want the government to guarantee each person a monthly after-tax income of at least 2,500 Swiss francs ($2,520).

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COB and BAMSI Sign Memorandum of Understanding
Effective this year, graduates of the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) will earn a certificate from BAMSI or a degree awarded by the College of The Bahamas (COB).

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The Day in the life of a BHS Inspector
It was 1 o’clock on Tuesday morning when the BHS inspector on duty received a call from motorists and the police control room that a cow, (yes, you read correctly, a cow) was in the middle of the Tonique Williams Darling highway unable to move.

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Louis Bacon Has Crossed The Line
Hedge-fund billionaire, Louis Bacon, seeks to defy the Constitution of The Bahamas by applying to the Supreme Court of The Bahamas to ignore the rights of Parliament, in order to protect his self-admitted political organization, Save The Bays, from being called into question.

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Assignment of Symbols for the Constitutional Referendum Questions on 7 June 2016- Public Notice
In accordance with Section 51 of the Constitutional Regulations 2016, the Parliamentary Commissioner has assigned the following symbols to be used in association with the four questions:

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Public Notice: Symbol and Time Off Regulations - Employee to be Given Time to Vote
In accordance with Regulation 8 of the Parliamentary Elections (Symbol and Time Off) Regulations, every employer is required to:

1. Permit each of his/her employee who is registered as a voter on the current 2012 Register of Voters, to be absent from work on polling day during the hours of the poll for at least two (2) hours in addition to the normal lunch hour, for the purpose of casting their vote...

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Overseas Voters Form J - Public Notice by the Ministry of National Security Parliamentary Registration Department
Section 49A of the Parliamentary Elections Act allows certain categories of persons to qualify as Overseas Voters if they come under the following groups:

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Special Voters- Form K - Ministry of National Security Parliamentary Registration Dept. Public Notice
Section 49C of the Parliamentary Elections Act allows persons to qualify as Special Voters if they come under the following groups:

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Ministry of National Security Parliamentary Registration Dept. Public Notice: No Recording Device
In accordance with Section 98(l)(a), of the Parliamentary Elections Act, the general public is hereby reminded that no voter shall use in any polling place or polling station any recording device, including cell phones, camera, watches or other photographic or recording apparatus...

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