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10,000 Gift To Help Fight Cancer
October 03, 2012
$10,000 Gift To Help Fight Cancer

Club de demas Hispanas de las Bahamas, the Hispanic Women’s Club of the Bahamas, donated $10,000 to assist Bahamian women in the fight against breast cancer and to save lives.

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August 23, 2012
Backpack Gift for School Children

Fully-loaded backpacks were the reward for taking part in the St Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk's Tutoring Programme ahead of the reopening of the school year.

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The best gift is your health
September 22, 2011
The best gift is your health

Your health is the best gift you can give your family was a saying the Right Reverend Laish Z. Boyd, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese in The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands, had always heard, but never took to heart as much until three years ago when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. 

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December 15, 2010
FCCA 15th Annual Gift Presentation in Grand Bahama

Freeport, Bahamas - Braving the cold on Tuesday morning youngsters
waited on the Santa Clause brought in by the Florida Caribbean Cruise
Association for their 15th Annual Gift Presentation at the International
Bazaar, with members of the Ministry of Tourism.

Bishop Ricardo Grant prayed during the ceremony before the gift giving,
while the Jr. Minister of Tourism, Winnae Hunt gave the welcome ...

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June 30, 2011
Here's a late royal wedding gift: A pay cut

LONDON -- After the pricey glitz of Britain's royal wedding celebrations, Queen Elizabeth II must prepare for a pay cut under the country's austerity measures, lawmakers warned Thursday.

Treasury chief George Osborne said plans being put for approval to lawmakers would see public funding to the royal family fall by about 9 per cent by 2015.

Under the government's plan, the queen's household wou...

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December 27, 2011
Your creative gift unwrapped

By Teri M. Bethe

Coming into a new year can have you wrapped in a number of feelings. Some folks are excited and looking forward to what the new year will bring, while others are troubled with thoughts of uncertainty, not quite sure which way is the best to turn. And again there are those who are just happy to have a fresh go at it to leave behind the old and embrace the new; an opportunity to ma...

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October 06, 2010
Gifts for Good raises a total of 40,000 for charities

Nassau, Bahamas -  AML Foods Limited, announced today
that they were successful in raising $40,000 during their recent "Gifts
for Good" program, in support of twenty local charities in New
Providence and Grand Bahama.  The program ran during the month of
August and each of the charities received $2,000. 

 

President and CEO, Gavin Watchorn said, "Although we fell short of our...

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September 30, 2011
Government is a collective responsibility

Government is not a person, but rather it is an instrument given to a body of people to uphold the institutions to govern society.  The instrument, which is the law, regulates everything in a society from personal behavior to societal norms.
God in his wisdom has instituted the instrument of government.  The instrument of government is made up of a body of laws.  The laws are a syst...

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August 28, 2012
50,000 Gift To Assist Prison

Her Majesty's Prison was yesterday presented with $50,000 worth of state-of-the-art anti-contraband equipment, courtesy of the US Embassy.

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March 04, 2015
A living sacrifice

To be a living sacrifice in the true sense of the word, Anglicans were told that they must turn over everything to God -- their cares and concerns, total devotion, more of their time to be used in ministry and personal devotions, and the use of our bodies to glorify God.
During his Lenten Mission address, Father Earl Hepburn, chaplain at Bishop Michael Eldon School in Grand Bahama, told Missioners...

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