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August 20, 2015
Growth from Tragedy

In a crisis, a person can decide to have a negative attitude about it, or they can decide to have a positive attitude; they can decide to have a forward motion or backward motion.

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January 29, 2016
Gift to hospital to help care for those in need

THE Princess Margaret Hospital yesterday received four new dialysis machines and a fully-equipped mammogram workstation as a part of two unique fund raising efforts - all components Health Minister Dr Perry Gomez said would certainly aid scores of Bahamians as National Health Insurance (NHI) looms.

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May 27, 2016
Kemp Road Resident Elated by Gift of New Home Thanks to Urban Renewal Commission

The provision of a new home for Cecile Johnson and her family is demonstration of the Government’s love to her and the thousands of Bahamians who reside here...

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October 25, 2010
Red Rose Ball In-House Raffle Prizes Announced

Freeport, Bahamas - The

Red Rose Ball will be the social
event of the year and our gift donors are making sure that no other event on
the island has so many fantastic prizes to be won all within one spectacular
night on Saturday,

November 6, 2010 at the Grand Ballroom, Radisson Our Lucaya.

Our In-House Raffle tickets will be on sale during the ball from 7:30pm
until time of drawing and you coul...

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March 29, 2012
GB Children's Home receives a gift of art

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- The Grand Bahama Children's Home was the recipient of $500 from local artist  Leo Brown and his publisher recently.  Leo, as he is well-known,  is a Bahamian Impressionist whose works are in demand both locally and internationally.  
Recently, he teamed up with Daniel Lowe, President of Bahamas Printing & Publishing, to create a series of greeting car...

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February 07, 2012
McCartney criticizes govt over national stadium budget

The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has joined the group of people urging the government to scale back on opening ceremony costs for the national stadium in light of the current socioeconomic plight of many Bahamians.
DNA Leader Branville McCartney yesterday added that the stadium seemed to be less of a gift and more of a financial albatross, considering the growing amount of money the governme...

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December 08, 2010
This Christmas Give the Gift of Savings

This Christmas

Give the Gift of Savings at Family Guardian

Toys break and fashion fades, but

a mutual fund certificate can be the gift of a lifetime!

Give the special people in your life the gift of opportunity - for
education, travel, a worry-free retirement. Set them on the path to
savings and wise investing to secure their future.

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February 21, 2012
The gift of a healthy heart

Hadassah Greene cannot remember the details surrounding the life-saving open heart surgery that she underwent - after all, she was only seven-and-a-half months old - but she happily lives a life that reflects commitment to preserving her life and living it to the fullest.
"I grew up knowing that I had been blessed to be alive all these years," said the now 16-year-old, Kingsway Academy student. "I...

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June 20, 2011
Cables examined 2007 PLP loss

As politicians in The Bahamas craft their strategies ahead of the next general election, an examination of U.S. diplomatic cables on the 2007 poll may prove instructive.
One May 2007 cable said the Progressive Liberal Party held many advantages going into that election.
"It was a well-financed incumbent, held 29 of the 40 seats in Parliament, and boasted of a strong economy, job growth, and bill...

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Land Gift For Golden Knights
August 27, 2012
Land Gift For Golden Knights

The 'Golden Knights' are expected to be given deeds to land today by Prime Minister Perry Christie after their gold medal victory at the London Olympic Games.

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