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December 29, 2011
Thank God It Is Over!

Thank God it is over! It is possible that this is how some people truly feel as we come to the close of 2011.

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PM promises boost in jobs
October 29, 2013
PM promises boost in jobs

Prime Minister Perry Christie foreshadowed yesterday that The Bahamas is on the cusp of a boost in employment, and said the ailing economy has "turned the corner"...

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The power of knowledge
October 22, 2013
The power of knowledge

Knowledge is a powerful weapon in the fight against cancer. Genetic screening determines the risk of hereditary breast cancer in women. Genetic tests can check for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations...

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November 17, 2011
It Pays To Be Good

THE Anglican Church Men's Branch (ACM) of St George's Parish held a special Men and Boys Conference, discussing a number of pressing issues, such as the gender gap in the Bahamian educational system.

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Is the Christian message on sex still relevant
September 26, 2013
Is the Christian message on sex still relevant

Many religions teach conservative values about sex, instructing congregations and worshippers to abstain from pre-marital intercourse...

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September 11, 2013
IDB to assist govt in crime fight

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) plans to assist the government in its fight against crime by funding a targeted social intervention program, and urban and development projects in The Bahamas amid a "marked increase in the threat of crime"...

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August 30, 2013
Bahamas falls in Centrobasket tournament's opener

The under-17 girls' basketball team got off to a rough start at the Centrobasket tournament currently going on in San Salvador, El Salvador.

Playing in their first game of the tournament, against the host country, The Bahamas fell 64-86 on Wednesday evening...

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August 16, 2013
Employment and productivity study set for early 2014 wrap-up

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is progressing towards completing a first-of-its-kind study which will highlight the "critical issues" of unemployment, skills mismatches and productivity in The Bahamas, according to a senior official at the bank...

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Mother of three home-schools her children
August 14, 2013
Mother of three home-schools her children

In the United States, home-schooling has grown from nearly extinct in the 1970s to approximately 2 million school-age students, according to reports -- as parents dissatisfied with the public school system turned to the appeal of schooling their children themselves at home. In The Bahamas the lure of home-schooling children has also taken hold...

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August 09, 2013

When Bahamian hip hop artist Barz Noble released his Music of Life single from his upcoming Symphonic Sounds album, he had no idea how many people were watching in the wings...

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