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December 21, 2010
Buccaneers to host the Boxing Day 7s tourney

THE Buccaneers Rugby Club is all set to host the Boxing Day 7s tournament at the Winton rugby pitch on Sunday.

The event began as a memorial tournament in the name of Paul Johnstone, a pillar of the community and stalwart of the Rugby Union and an honoured member of the Buccaneers.

Each year, the club donates part of the proceeds to the Rugby Union and a local charity of its choice.

As always, ...

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December 07, 2011
Private Post Offices Boxes Past Due Notice to Public

BAHAMAS - The Postmaster General wishes to remind the public that rental fees for private post office boxes are due and should be paid on or before 31st January, 2012...

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Historic Sand Box trees get a trim
October 20, 2010
Historic Sand Box trees get a trim

If you look at a tree that is thick with lush green leaves and hundreds of young branches, one may think that it's healthy and full of life.
But this may not always be the case, according to Joy Burrows, a professional tree care specialist.

Burrows said there is a pruning practice that plagues the well-being and life of trees. The practice is known as topping and it involves cropping the upper...

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February 27, 2011
Amateur Boxing Federation hosts conclave at national gym

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE Amateur Boxing Federation of the Bahamas feels that the sport is heading in the right direction after hosting their conclave at the National Boxing Gymnasium.

The one-day meeting was termed a tremendous success by federation president Wellington Miller, who noted that they all left resolved to take the sport to a higher level....

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BLACK BOX FOUND AT PLANE CRASH SITE US man is named as last victim
November 12, 2014
BLACK BOX FOUND AT PLANE CRASH SITE US man is named as last victim

INVESTIGATORS have found the cockpit voice recorder and the digital electronic engine monitors from the ill-fated Lear jet which crashed on Sunday in Grand Bahama, killing all nine people on board, including religious leader Dr Myles Munroe...

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July 30, 2014
God's word is your assurance

"My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," says the Lord. "For as the heavens are higher than the Earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts." - Isaiah 55:8-9

The statement "a penny for your thoughts", was put to a young man seated on a park bench by a woman who had been jogging and was resting for a while. Suddenly the young man flashe...

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July 24, 2014
Our progress is only because of our God, whose son Jesus Christ came that we might have life in all its abundance

A few years ago I went on a tour of the Far East, inclusive of Malaysia; only through experience one would know that it is all first world. The mindset and physical developments would blow your mind. The cost of living is much lower than here in the Western world, and now, with a shrinking world, many Bahamians physically travel to these parts to do commercial shopping. We are not to be blinded by...

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April 01, 2014
Strikers Boxing stands tall at 2014 Golden Gloves

Last weekend, two Bahamian boxers raised awareness about the level of young talent we have in the country.
Davon Hamilton, 16, and Israel Johnson, 17, along with their coach and president of Strikers Boxing Club Ronn Rodgers attended the 2014 FL Golden Gloves, which took place in West Palm Beach, Florida. The three-day event began on March 26.
After receiving a letter of approval from the Bahamas ...

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December 28, 2013
One Family challenges Boxing Day results

ONE Family has lodged an official protest over the Boxing Day Junkanoo results, claiming a penalty they received was wrongly applied.
If successful in their bid, One Family, whose theme was "Ya born dere, ya born dere," could move up from third to first place and be declared the overall winners of the parade.

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December 16, 2013
Bahamian boxing comes alive as Major gets back on win trail

It was great to see the former Minister of Sports Neville Wisdom in the house. There he was in the Rainforest Theatre at the Wyndham Resort this past Friday evening, soaking up the excitement of the finest boxing show in this decade.
There were quite a number of other sports enthusiasts who came in a modest initial flow that eventually swelled to a packed theater. The ultimate satisfaction came ...

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