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May 13, 2013
Questions for Curtis Pride, president of the Bahamas Track and Field Coaches Association

On Saturday, we sat down with Curtis Pride, newly elected president of The Bahamas Track and Field Coaches Association.
The association was founded in November of 1989 and some people think it has not lived up to its mandate. One thing that was noticed with the new president is his e-mail. It is prideserves@gmail.com. The "serves" in the e-mail is a philosophy of life that the new president believ...

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'Only a matter of time until chaos' warns prison officer association
December 01, 2015
'Only a matter of time until chaos' warns prison officer association

THE Bahamas Correctional Officers Association said it is just a matter of time before chaos erupts at the Department of Correctional Services, claiming disrespect by the Christie administration has ruined officer morale...

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Track and field parents association significant to BAAA's success
May 31, 2013
Track and field parents association significant to BAAA's success

There is a particular aspect of track and field in this country that makes, with continuity, a huge contribution to the national development of the sport of athletics.
I refer to The Bahamas Parents Association of Track and Field Athletes. This organization, headed by Harrison Petty, has been the bread-and-butter producer of track and field scholarships in the nation and has mightily assisted man...

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January 28, 2014
Watson elected as president of the Bahamas Diving Association

Dive legend Neal Watson, who recently joined forces with Guy Harvey as Director of Outpost Dive Operations, has been elected for a two-year term as president of the Bahamas Diving Association.
Brendal Stevens, owner of Brendal's Dive Center in Green Turtle Cay, The Bahamas, was elected as the vice president.
Watson has been a pioneer in the dive resort business, starting his first dive operation i...

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Cable Bahamas exec appointed to leadership of Caribbean Cable Telecommunications Association
February 17, 2014
Cable Bahamas exec appointed to leadership of Caribbean Cable Telecommunications Association

Establishes new initiative and goals for the 31-year old organisation...

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June 06, 2013
NPSA's junior development league coming into full swing

Junior female softball players falling under the New Providence Softball Association's (NPSA) umbrella are expected to take full advantage of a five-week training program, that will swing into action this month.
The fundamental training sessions are apart of the NPSA's Junior Development Ladies Softball League. The re-introduction of the summer league is just one of the many programs NPSA Presiden...

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February 17, 2014
Cable Bahamas executive appointed to leadership of Caribbean Cable Telecommunication Association

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Cable Bahamas Head of Marketing David Burrows was appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Caribbean Cable Telecommunication Association (CCTA) at their annual meeting held in San Juan, Puerto Rico in January. The appointment of Mr Burrows follows his six years of serving on the board, and the past year as vice-chair of the board.
The CCTA, formed in 1983, is compris...

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December 02, 2010
Bahamas Hotel Association Silent Auction Goes Cyber

Nassau, Bahamas - This year
the

Bahamas Hotel Association brings its popular

Holiday Silent Auction
to the world, with over 180 gifts and everyday items available for the
bidding for two weeks beginning Midnight,

December 6th -

December 19th 2010.

Online shoppers can choose from a selection of cruises, hotel getaways,
dining experiences, airline tickets, food and gift Items, special
business ...

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June 29, 2016
Judicial review amid FNM Fort Charlotte concerns

AN ORDER for a judicial review was granted yesterday against FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, party Chairman Sidney Collie and FNM Secretary General Michael Foulkes over a "tainted and fraudulent" election process in the Fort Charlotte constituency, according to documents filed in the Supreme Court.

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July 13, 2015
Grand Bahama Human Rights Association: Bahamas 'risks causing statelessness'

Regional NGO meeting told of human rights concerns arising from new immigration policy; discuss chance of deportees from the Bahamas to Haiti being rendered stateless
The Bahamas government's new immigration policy could be leading to the creation of stateless people, a high level meeting of regional and international NGOs heard.
Paco Nunez, secretary of the Grand Bahama Human Rights Association ...

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