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December 04, 2012
(TRAILER) Alliance Francaise Movie Club - Caribbean Series- ALIKER

Nassau, Bahamas - The Alliance Francaise des Bahamas presents
the third film in its Caribbean Series - Patrick Chamoiseau, entitled
ALIKER on Friday, December 7 at 6:30PM at the Alliance Francaise, Ocean
Place, Cable Beach.

Since June 2009, The Alliance Francaise des Bahamas has regularly held its French Movie Club on the first Friday of each month...

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September 26, 2011
Resort tackles oil spills and pesticide dump

After a U.S. company performed an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Gary Larson and his team had their work cut out for them.
Since then, Baha Mar has invested considerably in restoration.
Foremost on their list was oil-spill management, brought on by two old energy plants that once rested on Baha Mar property.
With one located near Commercial Village, and another close to Corridor 7, the tea...

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March 01, 2013
Domino's Pizza Bahamas lunch menu

Nassau Restaurants

Mall at Marathon (242) 393-8080

Harbour Bay (242) 393-8300

Carmichael Road (242) 361-8088

Golden Gates (242) 361-8000

Cable Beach (242) 327-8000

Sea Grapes Shopping Center (242) 364-8008

Blue Hill Road (242) 325-3998

Coral Harbour (242) 362-8000

South Beach (242) 392-8000

Grand Bahama  Queen's Highway (242) 352-3802 Port Lucaya (242) 373-8000

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September 21, 2011
CLIMATE CHANGE THREAT UNDER DISCUSSION AT UN CONFERENCE

By CELESTE NIXON

Tribune Staff Reporter

cnixon@tribunemedia.net

A UNITED Nations conference on the many threats small island countries like the Bahamas face from climate change was convened in the capital yesterday.

Minister of Education Desmond Bannister officially opened the UNESCO Experts Meeting on Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development and Adaptation in Small Island Developi...

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November 15, 2012
Let's Roll Bahamas - 2nd Anniversary Celebration of We The People

Nassau, Bahamas - As
part of our 2nd anniversary celebration, We The People (WTP) will hold
"Let's Roll Bahamas," a community-family event under escort of our
partner, The Royal Bahamas Police Force. This event is designed
especially for skaters and bicycle riders beginning and ending at
Goodman's Bay at 4pm on Sunday, November 18, 2012. (Flyer for route attached.).

Organized by First-30 mem...

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November 13, 2012
Teen Girl Dad Arrested With Firearms Drugs - Man Arrested at LPIA With Suspected Cocaine - Fire at Magic City Night Club

Teen Girl & Dad Arrested With Firearms &

Drugs: A fifteen (15) year old teen girl and her
fifty (50) year old father are in police custody after being found in
possession of two (2) illegal pistols and a large quantity of ammunition
and suspected marijuana.

Man Arrested at LPIA With Suspected Cocaine:

A twenty-eight (28) year old male of
Antioquia Columbia was arrested after he was found in...

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September 16, 2011
City Market closures trigger staff outrage

City Market workers were locked out of the Sea Grapes Shopping Plaza location yesterday and told by a security guard to report to the Harbour Bay location for work, several of them told The Nassau Guardian yesterday.
The ire built up as more and more of them reported for work only to find out there was no work to report to at their assigned store.
They said executive management did not let them kn...

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November 12, 2012
We must rethink the carriage experience

During the past week, two incidents involving surrey horses occurred that force us to face how we handle surrey horse operations in Nassau. On November 7, a surrey horse collapsed and died on busy Dowdeswell Street as onlookers gasped in disbelief and horror. Two days later, November 9, on the same street, another horse, so emaciated and weak it could no longer pull the carriage, rolled back into...

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December 10, 2010
WWeekend kicks off on Saturday

The W Weekend is upon us and KhanAali Media Group, creators of The Little Pink Party(TM) (TLPP), are set to answer the Who, What, Where, Why and When of what Women Want this Winter season with The W Weekend.
The Little Pink Party is the most adored experiential marketing event in The Bahamas. This edition of TLPP, dubbed the W Wonderland, is a six-hour trip into everything fabulously fashionable t...

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September 06, 2011
WYNDHAM HITS 95 OCCUPANCY FOR LABOUR DAY

By NATARIO McKENZIE

Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

BAHA MAR'S Cable Beach-based Wyndham resort saw occupancy rates of 95 per cent over the Labour Day Holiday weekend, Tribune Business was told, its decision to stage a casino event seemingly paying off.

Robert Sands, Baha Mar's senior vice-president for external affairs and government relations, said: "We ran in excess of 95 ...

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September 06, 2011
Men charged with web shop robbery

The men accused of holding up a local web shop last week were yesterday arraigned in a magistrate's court on several counts of armed robbery.
Alrick Wimms, 27, of Milton Street; Tomeko Bannister, of Hamster Street, Cable Beach, and Shakatorie Thompson, 31, of Yellow Elder, appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez in court one.
The men were recently released from hospital after their alleged in...

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December 07, 2010
Wendy's unveils new look

The Thompson Boulevard branch of Wendy's was the second of the chain's nine restaurants to unveil a fresh new look to support the brand's new image.

Beyond being aesthetically pleasing, the goal of the renovation was to upgrade the facility and cater more fully to the needs of the many different customers who frequent it.

"This restaurant is the second in our chain of nine to undergo this kind o...

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October 20, 2012
Pitt says Condos 'Right-priced' for Young Bahamian Professionals

Nassau, Bahamas - The
$3.5 billion dollar Baha Mar project that is infusing Cable Beach with
new life and upscale resorts, coupled with an improving economy, are
projected to fuel sales at a nearby multi-million townhome development
that is 'right-priced' for young professionals, according to a local
Realtor.

Sheldon Pitt, estate agent at Mario Carey Realty,
co-exclusive agents for the $6 m...

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September 01, 2011
LANDSCAPE GROUP WINS 2.2-2.3M BAHA MAR AWARD

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

THE Bahamas Landscape Association's (BLA) co-chair yesterday said it was "wonderful" that the Government seemed to be recognising its certification accomplishments, after his company and others won a $2.2-$2.3 million contract from Baha Mar when a Florida-headquartered bidder withdrew.

The $2.6 billion Cable Beach developer had initially awarded the land...

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December 12, 2012
Scotiabank to open 1.3M Carmichael Road branch

Scotiabank (Bahamas) Limited plans to launch its Carmichael Road branch by next monday, part of a $8.2 million capital project expenditure for 2012.
The 4,100-square-foot bank, nestled in one of the capital's fastest-growing communities, will be consistent with the look and style of the Cable Beach branch. While an official grand opening is expected in January, Scotiabank (Bahamas) has scheduled ...

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December 05, 2010
Roadrunners track club members get awards at annual banquet

UNDER the distinguished patronage of Phil and Bridgette Smith, the Roadrunners Track & Field Club held its 11th Annual Presentation and Awards Banquet Saturday at the Wyndham resort, Cable Beach.

The theme of this year's event was "Achievement: Accepting No Limitation - A Pillar of Excellence; An Attitude of Success". Minister of Education Desmond Bannister was the keynote speaker.

The club, hea...

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September 29, 2011
Christian Council raises alarm on crime

After the murder count hit 104 yesterday morning with the discovery of the body of a missing boy, Bahamas Christian Council president Dr. Ranford Patterson declared that the country is facing a "national crisis" and called for stronger legislative action to fight crime.
"While the home, church, school and community at large must give would-be criminals no comfort, it is Parliament that must instit...

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December 05, 2010
30 million in water system upgrades at Cable Beach for Baha Mar

The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) will spend more than $30 million upgrading its infrastructure in preparation for the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project, Minister of State for the Environment Phenton Neymour confirmed.
In August, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said the government would need to borrow $50 million to complete infrastructure upgrades at Cable Beach.
Neymour told The Nassau Guardia...

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September 21, 2012
Remarks by Attorney General at Crisis Center Peace Conference

Nassau, Bahamas -  Enclosed is Remarks by Attorney General at the Crisis Center Peace Conference
at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, Cable Beach, Nassau on 20th Sept
2012.

When I think about
peace, I think of that popular song, "Let there be peace on earth and let it
begin with me, let there be peace on earth the way that it was meant to be, with
God as our father, brothers all are we, le...

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September 03, 2010
Baha Mar gives no1.5m commitment to training

By INDERIA SAUNDERS
Guardianâ Business Reporter
inderia@nasguard.com

Proposed training for thousands of local construction workers has likely hit its biggest snag yet, with the$1.5 million needed to fund the project not being guaranteed by Baha Mar, the Bahamian Contractors Association(BCA)revealed yesterday.
While officials at the$2.6 billion Cable Beach development are receptive to the s...

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