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June 11, 2014
Poitier takes up Kiwanis post

The Kiwanis Club of Over the Hill has announced that its past president, Alfred Poitier, is the new lieutenant governor-elect for Kiwanis Sunshine Division 22 (The Bahamas). His successful election at the recent District Council Meeting in Grand Bahama adds him to the list of six distinguished members from Over the Hill club who previously served as lieutenant governors for Division 22.
The club'...

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March 31, 2011
Minister Laing Toutes The Virtues of Grand Bahama For Investing In Calgary

The Hon. Zhivargo Laing, Minister of State for Finance and the Member of Parliament for Marco City touted the virtues of Grand Bahama for investing and tourism at meetings held in Calgary, Albertha, Canada on Monday, March 28th, 2010 at the exclusive Petroleum Club. Minister Laing told audiences of investors, lawyers, accountants, financial services experts, realtors and residents of Calgary that,...

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July 12, 2012
220M PGA project 'back on table'

The developers behind a proposed $220 million golfing community on Cat Island are back at the negotiating table with the government, more than three years after the groundbreaking on the stalled project.
 
Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe confirmed that the multi-million-dollar development is now being discussed at the cabinet level.
 
"The prime minister is undergoing a series of mee...

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June 10, 2014
QBS takes part in North American Sand Soccer Championships

The Quality Beach Soccer (QBS) Club traveled to Virginia Beach over the holiday weekend to take part in the North American Sand Soccer Championships (NASSC) in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The NASSC is the world's largest amateur beach soccer festival, and The Bahamas was well represented. In two games, they went up against Rave, a team from Deerfield Beach, Florida, and Team Canada.
The game against...

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April 19, 2012
EARTHCARE on Earth Day 2012

EARTHCARE celebrates
Earth Day, 2012.  Looking back over the last 24 years, we are proud to
see that we were able to reach many students and teachers in the
Northern Bahamas as well as members of the public.  From the first 2nd
grade class that we addressed in 1988 on Climate change and Ozone
Depletion to the teens we meet in 2012 who are empowered by the
Governor's General Youth A...

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February 24, 2014
Rotaract reaches out to help Philippines

WHEN Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines last November, a local service club sprang into action to find out how they could help.

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April 22, 2014
Welcome way to highlight unwelcome new species

THE Bahamas National Trust recently brought fun to the Discovery Club programme by challenging its 41 Discovery Clubs nationwide to create attention grabbing Public Service Announcements to increase awareness of invasive species and the problems that these unwelcomed guests can cause.

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April 10, 2014
Kiwanis Club of Fort Montagu celebrates 50 years

The Kiwanis Club of Fort Montagu celebrated 50 years of service throughout the Bahamas on March 31.

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May 28, 2014
Top swimmers from Barracuda Invitational recognized

Once again, the Barracuda Swim Club partnered with Leno Corporate Services Limited to hold its 2nd Annual Leno Corporate/Barracuda Invitational Meet. The meet, which was held at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex, was the platform for swimmers trying to achieve times to qualify for the rapidly approaching 43rd RBC Bahamas National Swimming Championships.
In the girls 8-and-under divisio...

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March 28, 2012
Family struggling to survive after fire

Two weeks ago Shanera Garvey watched as her Arundel Street home, and everything she owned in the world, was reduced to ash by a fire that three of her six children barely escaped with their lives.Now jobless, Garvey, 31, and her children face the prospect of once again becoming homeless when social assistance for rent runs out tomorrow.

Garvey told The Nassau Guardian that she was at work when th...

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