Education

What makes a relationship work

May 12, 2016

Someone stopped me one day and asked me the following question, "What makes a relationship work?" I replied, do you mean a personal relationship with one's spouse or significant other? "Yes." he replied with a rather despondent look on his forlorn face.

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Unique Bahamas International concludes successful production of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival

May 12, 2016

Unique Bahamas International (UBI) has wrapped up another successful production of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, climaxing with scores of interns working alongside professionals to prepare and execute the country's largest production.

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The King who swapped his crown for love and the years he spent in The Bahamas

May 11, 2016

MUCH has been written about Edward VIII, the King of England who abdicated his throne after 11 months to marry the twice-divorced Wallis Simpson in 1937.

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Fundraiser to help form Cat Island marching band

May 11, 2016

RUDOLPH Stubbs, president of the Cat Island Development Association of Grand Bahama, has announced plans for a fundraiser this weekend in Cat Island to assist students with forming a marching band there.

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Be up in down times

May 11, 2016

Now everyone knows that I'm a strong proponent of positive thinking, as I know that it is indeed vital for anyone who wishes to have a fulfilled, happy and successful life.

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Teen engineering camp to tackle disaster response

May 11, 2016

The young Bahamian engineers and professionals of Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement (BETA) Group have again partnered with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to bring back their engineering and technology summer camp for teenagers for its third year.

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BOC congratulates government on national high school championships

May 11, 2016

The Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) has congratulated the Government of The Bahamas on its expansion of high school sports, culminating in national high school championships in a number of disciplines.

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Young benefactors donate allowance to Save The Bays

May 11, 2016

It took about three weeks and committing to extra chores, but two sixth grade students at St. Andrew's School pooled their resources to donate $100 to Save the Bays on Earth Day.

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Louis Bacon's Moore Bahamas Foundation supports Shark Week School Tour

May 11, 2016

Students on New Providence were surprised to learn that sharks in The Bahamas control the weather.

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Who's Who in primary schools

May 11, 2016

It's a huge field --110 finalists -- but in the final analysis, only one person will walk away with the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year title, a $6,500 scholarship and a laptop computer -- their share of a prize purse totaling $146,000 in scholarship donation money and prizes.

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Unique Bahamas International Concludes Successful Production of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival

May 11, 2016

Unique Bahamas International (UBI) has wrapped up another successful production of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, climaxing with scores of interns working alongside professionals to prepare and execute the country’s largest production.

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We all need prayers

May 11, 2016

Sunday past was the last Sunday in the Easter festival. It was also the Sunday immediately following the Ascension. Next Sunday is Pentecost Sunday.

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Opportunity or dilemma

May 11, 2016

From the time Parliament voted the four bills for change in our constitution to bring total equality between the sexes, the voices of support, disagreement, confusion and anger have been raising their loud strains of opinion.

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Registration Open for BETA Camp

May 11, 2016

The camp intends to sponsor students from the affected islands to attend the camp as part of its family island outreach.

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The Bike Builder: Hopedale Centre Students working at Cycles Unlimited as part of the school's transition program

May 10, 2016

Install seat post, press in head cup and bottom bracket, put on cracks, run cables; these are just some of the steps in the meticulous task of building a bicycle.

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Get over it!

May 09, 2016

It is a fact that far too many people are constantly living in the past.

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Securities Commission of The Bahamas hosts Caribbean securities regulators

May 09, 2016

Representatives from more than 15 Caribbean countries attended the 12th Annual Caribbean Group of Securities Regulators (CGSR) Conference and Workshop, recently hosted by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (the Commission) in Nassau.

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BTC sponsors "Call Me Miss Ambassador" Girls Empowerment Event

May 09, 2016

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited, BTC sponsored the “Call Me Miss Ambassador” event which was held today at the College of The Bahamas. Dozens of students from schools in New Providence attended the event.

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Louis Bacon's Moore Bahamas Foundation Supports Shark Week School Tour

May 09, 2016

Last week students in Nassau were surprised to learn that sharks in the Bahamas control the weather. Marine Biologist, Dr. Demian Chapman, from Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, and Global FinPrint, explained how during his school presentation.

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Young Benefactors Donate Allowance to Save the Bays

May 09, 2016

It took about three weeks and committing to extra chores, but two Grade 6 students from St. Andrew’s School in Nassau pooled their resources to donate $100 to Save the Bays on Earth Day.

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