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October 04, 2010
BFA mourns the passing of Paul Johnson

By SPORTS WRITER
For the Guardian

The Bahamas Football Association(BFA)â mourns the death of Paul'Pablo'Johnson. He passed away on Sunday, September 26, 2010.
Johnson spent much of his life involved in football, joining the sport at an early age and playing for a number of years as one of the country's top goalkeepers. After coming out of high school, he started his career in 1968 with the Dynamos Youth, before joining the Dynamos senior team the following year. He then played for a few years with the Red Lions Football Club before leaving to join Nick's Body Shop(currently United FC)in the 1974-75 soccer season, where he played out the remainder of his career.
Being an o ...

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December 29, 2010
David Johnson on The Bahamas vs. Jamaica

Guardian Business asked Director General of Tourism David Johnson about Jamaica being voted the most favorite destination by Caribbean travelers according to a Travel Weekly Magazine poll. Johnson was asked about their tourism model in comparison to The Bahamas’ model.
“We’re not comparing apples with apples. Has Jamaica done reasonably well? Yes they have, but so have we.
”Our strength and our success is in different areas. Jamaica is an all-inclusive destination and doesn’t have a whole lot of spend outside of the hotels. We have a different model than they do. We think that they have been successful with what they have been doing, but w ...

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August 04, 2011
Roseland Johnson, 75

Funeral Service for Roseland Johnson, 75 of Adelaide Village and formerly of Long Bay Cays, Andros, will be held on Saturday, August 6, 2011 at 11:00a.m.

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July 07, 2011
Hubert Raymond Johnson, 65

Memorial Service for Hubert Raymond Johnson, 65 of St. Vincent Road and formerly of Eleuthera, will be held on Friday July 8th, 7:30 p.m. at Pilgrim Baptist Temple, St. James Road, Kemp Road. Bishop Randy Fraser will officiate.

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December 03, 2014
Doris Johnson Students Participate in College Readiness Session

Charged with the responsibility of increasing scholarship opportunities for public school students, Mrs. Monique Hinsey has embarked on various initiatives to ensure that the students and high school Guidance Counsellors...

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May 02, 2013
Higgs Johnson Supports Jessup Moot Team

Higgs & Johnson is pleased to support the Bahamian team competing in the Jessup Moot in Washington, D.C. for its second year. Jessup is the world's largest moot court competition, with participants from over 550 law schools in more than 80 countries.

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August 02, 2013
Higgs and Johnson partner attends Bar Leaders' Conference

Higgs and Johnson Partner Tara A. A. Archer attended the International Bar Association's (IBA) Bar Leaders' Conference and the mid-year Officers' meeting that took place in Zurich, Switzerland.

The IBA is the world's leading organization of international legal practitioners with more than 50,000 individual lawyers and over 200 bar associations and law societies, spanning all continents, among its members...

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April 15, 2013
Pyfrom, Johnson Take Leads into Final Week of Bowling

Richard 'Richie' Pyfrom is still the man to beat as the Cable Bahamas Bowling Nationals moves into its final week at Mario's Bowling & Family Entertainment Palace. After two blocks, Pyfrom leads the men with a 2,631 pinfall. This puts him in a good position to make the TV finals. With him making the round of...

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June 25, 2013
Minister Johnson officially opens track and field nationals in Grand Bahama

The Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture the Hon. Dr Daniel Johnson officially opened The Bahamas Amateur Athletics of Athletic Track and Field Nationals in Grand Bahama, June 22, at the Grand Bahama Sporting Complex...

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Janet Johnson wins the Love Yourself Wellness Package
January 12, 2011
Janet Johnson wins the Love Yourself Wellness Package

The turning point in Janet Johnson's life came in the middle of an unforgettable night when she woke up to a feeling feeling dizzy and faint. After being rushed to the hospital, doctors told her she had had a minor stroke as a result of her excess weight.

"That was a terrible wake up call for me, that is when I knew I had to do something. The doctors also advised me to get involve in a fitness program ASAP," she told Tribune Health in a recent interview.

"The only thing I could have afford at the time was exercising and prayer. In the process, I dropped a few pounds but I also knew I needed more than that. When the information about the L ...

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August 03, 2012
Notice About William Bruce Johnson

In the estate of William Bruce Johnson late of Sea Beach Estates in the Western District of the Island of New Providence, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of THe Bahamas, Deceased.

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March 29, 2011
J S Johnson acquires 5,000 more policies through MetLife

J.S. Johnson and Company Ltd. will grow its portfolio to nearly 30,000 clients after taking over the servicing of an estimated 5,000 life insurance policies associated with U.S-based MetLife. The company is now eyeing cross-selling to these new clients.
The change will be effective on April 30 and will roughly increase the company’s portfolio by 10 percent, said J.S. Johnson’s Executive Director of Life, Health and Benefits Department Barrett McDonald.
“We believe we have about 25,000 policy holders at the moment [and] probably around 2,500 policy holders of MetLife are already with us,” he told Guardian?Business yesterday. “Opportu ...

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June 25, 2013
Protection of Traditional Culture is Vital, says Minister Johnson

The protection of traditional culture is vital in the continued development of The Bahamas and the understanding of the country's "historical truth", Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. the Hon. Danny Johnson said, at a Traditional Knowledge Consultation, on June 24, 2013, at the British Colonial Hilton...

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March 03, 2011
Cassandra Melkettia Johnson Smith, 27

Last rites for Cassandra Melkettia Johnson Smith, 27, of Taylor Street, Nassau Village and formerly of South Andros will be held on Saturday at
11:00 A.M at Pilgrim Baptist Temple, St. James Road off Kemp Road. Officiating will be Bishop E. Randy Frazer. Interment in The Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spiknard Road.

She is survived by her parents: Curlene Celeste Brown and Ancel Smith
Daughter: Bernique Celeste Bain; Sons: Cadero Delano Demetrius Whymns And Lamar Paul Jr.; Sisters: Antonia “Lilly” Brown, Latoya, and D’ Shae, Anya, Amanda, Deandra, Shanae, Dolly and Ashley Smith; Brothers: Anthony Leroy Jr. and Antoine Alexio Brown, Ala ...

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July 29, 2013
Bahamas PM greeted by Seventh Day Adventist Pastor Leonard Johnson

Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie is greeted by Pastor Leonard Johnson, President of Atlantis Caribbean Union of The Seventh Day Adventist, and introduced to Pastor Ted N. C. Wilson, left, President of the General Conference of Seventh Day Adventist and guest speaker at the start of "Divine Worship" in the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, July 27...

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June 27, 2014
Johnson: Carnival is an opportunity for The Bahamas

Youth, Sports and Culture Minister Daniel Johnson yesterday defended the government's decision to host the first "Bahamian styled" Carnival in May 2015.

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August 01, 2011
JS Johnson Sees 8.9 Profit Fall

JS JOHNSON SUFFERED an 8.9 per cent net income decline to $2.619 million for the 2011 first quarter, its managing director describing the period "as a bit sluggish" and blaming the drop largely on an 11 per cent profitability fall at its underwriting affiliate.

Marvin Bethell, in his message to shareholders, said that the net income fall for the three months to end-March 2011 was "due primarily" to the fall in net income at Insurance Company of the Bahamas (ICB). This prevented the BISX-listed insurance agent and broker from matching 2010's $2.875 million net income.

"The first quarter was a bit sluggish, as total income drop ...

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

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November 24, 2012
MISSING: 15 yr old Giovanni Johnson of Windsor Estates, Nassau

Nassau, Bahamas -
Police are requesting the public's assistance in locating 15 year old
GIOVANNI JOHNSON of WINDSOR ESTATES off BERNARD ROAD. Giovanni is
described as having dark brown complexion, slim build and stands at 5'5"
tall.

He was last seen around 8:00 am on Friday 23rd November, 2012 at his residence wearing his C.V. Bethel school uniform.

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January 08, 2011
Johnson impressed with sprint progress

Kevin Johnson knows a lot about sprinting. He happens to be arguably the greatest high school track star in the country’s history.
As a 16-year-old star at Attucks High in Miami, Florida, he ran 9.6 for the 100-yards dash. The Florida newspapers raved about the amazing Bahamian sprinter.
He returned home while still at Attucks and outclassed the veteran Tom Grant in a highly anticipated 200 meters (m) encounter. It was the feature event of the day at the St. Augustine’s College track.
The gun sounded and they were off. There was Grant, who is known also as Berutti (after the Italian speedster Livio Berutti who ran with dark prescription glasses), and ‘The Bird’ ...

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Minister Johnson speaks to Hoytes Basketball Camp in Grand Bahama
June 03, 2013
Minister Johnson speaks to Hoytes Basketball Camp in Grand Bahama

Freeport, Grand Bahama - Minister of Youth,
Sports and Culture the Hon. Dr. Daniel Johnson speaks with the
youngsters from the Hoytes Basketball Camp June 1st, 2013 in Freeport, Grand
Bahama, where he was presented with a poster from the camp...

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January 23, 2011
(VIDEO) Bodine 'Be' Johnson, could she be more Intoxicating

Nassau, Bahamas - For
those of you who love the sweet sound of Soca and can't wait for a
taste of Junkanoo on Bay Street,

Bodine 'Be' Johnson's summer single

Intoxicated is the hit you've been waiting for.    The
BuffBoo Records recording artist has been busy the last few months
working on just the right single to match the Summer Heat.

Intoxicated, the feel-good Caribbean love song is set to an up tempo fusion of Soca rhythms and Junkanoo Music.  Originally
produced by British Virgin Island producer Lincoln Ward of BeatLink
Productions 'intoxicated' was released to the world as a Soca single in
2009 to rave reviews. 

In
2010, the single has been re-released, infused with the spirit of
Junkanoo...

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July 29, 2013
Prime Minister greeted by Seventh Day Adventist Pastor Leonard Johnson

Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie is greeted by Pastor Leonard Johnson, President of Atlantis Caribbean Union of The Seventh Day Adventist, and introduced to Pastor Ted N. C. Wilson, left, President of the General Conference of Seventh Day Adventist and guest speaker at the start of "Divine Worship" in the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, July 27...

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January 09, 2011
BSC meeting for Rev David Johnson B-ball Classic

THE Baptist Sports Council has announced plans for its 2011 season. The BSC is scheduled to hold its first meeting 10am Saturday at the Charles W Saunders High School, Jean Street, for all churches interested in participating in the 2011 Rev Dr David S Johnson Basketball Classic.

The event is tentatively set to start February 5 at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex and is expected to feature the men's, women's, 19-and-under and 15-and-under divisions.

There is a registration fee per team in each division. The final registration for basketball is set for 10am January 29. At the same time, a rules clinic is slated to take place.

Also starting 7am January 29 at Jean Street, the BSC is slat ...

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BOB Chief Strikes Back: BOB to Sue PUNCH and Ivan Johnson Over Defamation and Lies
February 21, 2014
BOB Chief Strikes Back: "BOB to Sue PUNCH and Ivan Johnson Over Defamation and Lies"

After two months of near-silence following an onslaught of damaging reports, BOB’s chief today struck back, calling the stories that appeared in a tabloid newspaper “a combination of outright lies and numerous falsehoods and inaccuracies...”

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Pastor Leonard Johnson on Gambling
July 11, 2012
Pastor Leonard Johnson on Gambling

Ecumenical Service, 39th Independence Celebration
Pastor, DR. Leonard Johnson On Gambling

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Tribune intern Lamech Johnson wins award
May 27, 2011
Tribune intern Lamech Johnson wins award

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: Tribune intern Lamech Johnson won the Associate of Arts in Mass Communication Award donated by Capital City Marketing, from COB assistant professor of Journalism and Communications, Monique Toppin.

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Gertrude Johnson, 65
April 14, 2011
Gertrude Johnson, 65

Funeral Service for Gertrude Johnson, 65 of #39 Oxford Drive, South Beach will be held on Saturday April 16th, 10:00 a.m. at St. George’s Anglican Church, Montrose Avenue. Archdeacon Kingsley G. Knowles assisted by Fr. Andrew Toppin will officiate. Interment will follow in St. Anne’s Cemetery, Fox Hill Road.

She is survived by her seven children: Cyd, Sophia, Shaine, Sharmaine, Sean, Bereashia-Atlantia and Ricardo; one (1) daughter-in-law: Yolanda Fernander; two (2) sons-in-law: Herbert Ferguson and Donald Thompson; five (5) Grandsons: Sean-Rashad, Kirkwood, Malique, Brandon and Chad; eight (8) grand-daughters: Ashley, Nichole, Nathalia, Oeisha,
Darriene, Dalisha, Cordeisha and ...

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June 25, 2013
RBPF Wanted (Abaco): Alonza Roberts Jr. , Harry Pierre Paul Quinton 'Crimpy' Johnson

Alonza Roberts Jr. , Harry Pierre Paul and Quinton Johnson AKA "Crimpy" are wanted for questioning in connection with the shooting of a New Providence man, which occurred in Murphy Town, Abaco on Saturday 22nd June 2013...

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April 16, 2012
DNA Grand Bahama Economic Summit Press statement by Osman R.C. Johnson

Freeport, Grand Bahama - Enclosed is DNA Grand Bahama Economic Summit Press statement? by

Osman
R.C. Johnson, Candidate for change in Pineridge.

Good
evening Pineridge, Good evening Grand Bahama!!! How wonderful it is to see all
of you assembled here tonight at our Economic Summit. My gratitude goes out to the leader of our party, the
Honorable Branville McCartney, who has shown by example how bravery and
determination can bring about real and historic change to the political
landscape of our country.

To
our Deputy Leader, Mr. Christopher Mortimer, our Party Chairman, Mr. Mark
Humes, my fellow candidates, ladies and gentlemen my thanks to all of you for
allowing me to address you tonight.

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November 24, 2010
(VIDEO) Bodine 'Be' Johnson, could she be more Intoxicating

Nassau, Bahamas - For
those of you who love the sweet sound of Soca and can't wait for a
taste of Junkanoo on Bay Street,

Bodine 'Be' Johnson's summer single

Intoxicated is the hit you've been waiting for.    The
BuffBoo Records recording artist has been busy the last few months
working on just the right single to match the Summer Heat.

Intoxicated, the feel-good Caribbean love song is set to an up tempo fusion of Soca rhythms and Junkanoo Music.  Originally
produced by British Virgin Island producer Lincoln Ward of BeatLink
Productions 'intoxicated' was released to the world as a Soca single in
2009 to rave reviews. 

In
2010, the single has been re-released, infused with the spirit of
Junkanoo...

read more »