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September 26, 2011
'REINVIGORATE' FREEPORT THROUGH TAX BREAK END

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business
Editor

ENDING Freeport's real property tax exemption will "reinvigorate" the city's real estate market, the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce's president has been told, as the annual $2,000-$10,000 'carrying costs' will prevent Bahamians and foreigners alike from "sitting on" land.

An anonymous September 22, 2011, letter to K. Peter Turnquest, which has been se...

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September 28, 2011
Police officer honored again for heroic act

The story of the heroic intervention by a Bahamian police officer, which saved the life of a vacationing New Jersey police officer in 2008, is being made into a film, according to the Bahamian officer.
Three years ago Inspector Warren Johnson, a former bodyguard of former Prime Minister Perry Christie, heard a woman's scream.  He also recognized potentially fatal gun shot injuries when he saw...

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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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December 01, 2012
The Other Woman plays in Nassau, December 14th / 15th

Nassau, Bahamas -
Following the success of their production "One Man's Struggle," twin
sisters Radel and Ranel of Redemptive Productions are about to once
again wow audiences with their new dramatic stage play, "The Other
Woman," December 14th and 15th in the Rainforest Theatre, Wyndham Nassau
Resort and Crystal Palace Casino, Cable Beach.

With a seasoned cast of talented actors, "The Other ...

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November 19, 2012
Killer Sante Kimes' representatives welcome book

REPRESENTATIVES of killer Sante Kimes, who allegedly drowned a banker in her bath at her Cable Beach home, have given a new book about her life of crime a rave review on their social media website.

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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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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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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
New Providence CCTV program before end of the year

The full municipal implementation of the closed circuit television (CCTV) program for New Providence will be complete before the end of the year -- an initiative that the government and police believe will help significantly in the fight against crime.
Head of the Central Division of the Police Force, Superintendent Leon Bethell, said recently that the CCTV initiative is a huge part of the policin...

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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 29, 2011
FashArt Partners With Top Modeling Agency For Casting Call

Nassau, The Bahamas - On
Saturday 8th October, 2011, the organizers of the highly anticipated,
emerging fashion designers and visual artist showcase, Fash|Art, along
with the acclaimed PTG Modeling Agency, will host a Model Casting Call
at the Marley Resort & Spa, Cable Beach from 1pm-4pm.

Since
the event's debut, Fash|Art has sent a major buzz through the fashion
and art communities.  ...

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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 30, 2011
Car at center of boy's murder probe

Police have seized the car of the suspect in the murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer, the country's latest murder victim, The Nassau Guardian understands.
Two of the three people who were arrested in connection with the matter have been released, police confirmed yesterday.
Archer, who was reported missing by his family on Friday, was found dead in bushes off Yorkshire Drive, Cable Beach on Wednesd...

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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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