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September 16, 2011
Minister supports City Market

The Minister of Labor and Social Development is in close contact with City Market to understand how it may assist workers as unease sets in over the recent store closures.
The Minister, Dion Foulkes, told Guardian Business yesterday he's in daily communication with Mark Finlayson, who along with his family owns 78 percent of the shares in City Market's
holding company Bahamas Supermarkets Limited....

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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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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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November 10, 2012
Trial date set in Marco Archer matter

A judge yesterday set April 8, 2013 as the trial date for the man accused of the murder of Marco Archer, who was last seen alive when he left home to buy candy from a neighborhood store on September 23, 2011.
At an arraignment yesterday before Senior Justice Jon Isaacs, Kohfe Goodman, 38, denied claims that he killed the 11-year-old sometime during the period of September 23 to 28, 2011.
Isaacs as...

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November 04, 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 on Sunday, November 18, 2012. (Flyer for route attached.).

Organized by First-30 member, To...

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September 06, 2011
PM encourages job program participants to embrace opportunity

Addressing the first wave of participants during the orientation seminar of the multi-million-dollar National Job Readiness and Training Program, held yesterday at the Sheraton Resort on Cable Beach, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham acknowledged that the need for jobs in The Bahamas is great, and he encouraged participants to take full advantage of the opportunity as current job prospects are slim.
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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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September 05, 2011
Talent search group arrested

Authorities over the weekend arrested several Americans claiming to be talent scouts for a U.S.-based entertainment development company.
Now, more than 40 Bahamian parents fear they have lost the money they reportedly paid the group.
The Americans -- three men and two women -- were in the custody of the Department of Immigration as investigations continued, according to Chief Immigration Officer P...

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October 17, 2012
North Andros High to provide produce to Sheraton Cable Beach Resort

Nassau, Bahamas -

A Memorandum of Understanding was
signed between Sheraton Cable Beach Resort and the Ministry of Education
for the North Andros High School's Agriculture Department to provide
locally grown produce to the resort.

Pictured from left: Glenn Sampert,
GM, Sheraton Resort; Keith Saunders, Senior Education Officer in the
Ministry of Education and Terrice Curry, principal at Nort...

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September 20, 2011
Hands for Hunger helping those in need

Many times people can observe problems in their society, but few can put forth the resources and time needed to resolve them.
In 2008, a group of students wanted to make a difference in their community where so many people went to bed hungry while good food was discarded.  Spearheaded by Alanna Rodgers, they formed the humanitarian organization, Hands for Hunger, and set out to resolve the pr...

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September 22, 2011
COB president signs climate commitment

EMBRACING the spirit and ideals of a carbon neutrality agreement endorsed by a network of more than 600 American colleges and universities, College of The Bahamas president Dr Betsy V Boze yesterday signed the Presidents' Climate Commitment.

The agreement commits institutions of higher learning to minimising the emission of greenhouse gases that cause global warming which has special significance...

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December 02, 2012
Bahamas Speed Week Cars First on Corridor 7

A
critical 1.2-mile link between JFK Boulevard and Cable Beach opened today in
classic ceremonial fashion with a wave of two checkered flags and the entry of iconic
race cars gathered in Nassau for Bahamas Speed Week Revival 2012 becoming the
first to use the new thoroughfare.

The new 4-lane thoroughfare
currently known as Corridor 7, provides a north-south link between JFK
Boulevard at the inter...

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August 22, 2011
100 Bahamian firms hired for Baha Mar

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

"Close to" 100 Bahamian companies have been engaged on $100 million worth of contracts awarded on Baha Mar's $2.6 billion Cable Beach expansion, a senior executive yesterday saying the project was "on target" to achieve its projected economic impacts.

Robert Sands, Baha Mar's senior vice-president for external and governmental affairs, told Tribune Busin...

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September 22, 2012
Cultural identity in art

What does it mean to make art from a place or from a nationality - especially when it's changed beyond stereotypical recognition? Does that limit the understanding of artwork before it's fully explored? Such questions lie at the very heart of a collection of recent work by Holly Parotti that will be on display in a London gallery next month.
The exhibition at the gallery@oxo in Oxo Tower Wharf at...

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September 19, 2012
Book explores what makes companies successful

Growth and profitability is the top priority for most Bahamian businesses, but one that's becoming increasingly difficult to achieve. However, some companies do it well, delivering sustainable growth year on year. So what makes these companies so successful? And more importantly, what can your business learn from them?
In their book 'Growth Champions' Tim Jones, Dave McCormick and Caroline Dewi...

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December 05, 2010
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham addresses Bahamas Society of Engineers

Nassau, Bahamas - The Bahamas
Society of Engineers held its inaugural Engineering, Design and
Construction Conference at the Sheraton Cable Beach Resort on Friday,
December 3.

Among those in attendance was the Hon. Phenton Neymour, Minister of
State in the Ministry of the Environment. The theme for the one-day
conference was "Building A Better Future..."

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December 02, 2010
Road Runners to honour its most outstanding athletes

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

ONCE again, the Road Runners Track and Field Club will honour its most outstanding athletes for the past track and field season.

According to head coach Dexter Bodie, the club is slated to stage its 11th annual Presentation and Awards Banquet 7:30pm December 4 at the Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable Beach.

"This year's event will be ...

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Air tax hitting Bahamas tourism
May 11, 2010
Air tax hitting Bahamas tourism

Travel experts assert the best way for The Bahamas and the Caribbean to combat challenges like the recent U.K. air tax hike is for regional countries to band together with initiatives promoting inter-country travel.

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November 25, 2010
Bahamas Business Outlook to Celebrate 20 years

Nassau, Bahamas - The Bahamas - Marking
its 20th anniversary, Bahamas Business Outlook (BB0) is scheduled to
take place January 13, 2011 at the Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable Beach.

It
was in 1992 that The Counsellors Ltd, (TCL) developers and organizers of BBO,
launched the forum, with Ernst & Young, chartered accountants. Widely regarded as the foremost event of
its kind, BBO was created to assem...

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January 12, 2013
BVF prepares to host the second round

Members of the men's national volleyball team believe the best way to move onto the next qualification round for the World Championships is to win the second at home in front of a large crowd.
With a regional title and first round win under its belt, The Bahamas' men's squad was spiked the hometown favorite by the North, Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation (NORCECA) for the qu...

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