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February 25, 2015
Clean sports takes center stage

A new, national art and essay competition demonstrated students' deep appreciation and understanding of the concept of clean sports.

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Closing Catholic Schools Have Rich History
November 28, 2012
Closing Catholic Schools Have Rich History

At the end of the academic school year in 2013 two catholic primary schools in the capital will close their doors for the last time. It's a sad reality for more than 200 students and parents who have contributed to the rich history of St. Bede's Primary Catholic School and Our Lady's Catholic Primary School.

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January 04, 2013
Coach Adderley Boosting Abaco's Basketball Program

Word of the National Sports Academy is like music to the ears of Abaco's Coach Wayde Adderley. As the leader of one of the quality basketball programs in all of the Family Islands, Coach Adderley is eager for an expanded stage to showcase his players from the Agape Christian Academy.

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January 26, 2012
Coach Evans guiding young Bahamians in Canada

Yet another Bahamian is overseas paving the way for his young countrymen to receive educational opportunities through sports.
Coach Ray Evans, who accepted the Athletic Director's job at Life Christian Academy in Ottawa, Canada last semester, currently has nine Bahamians under his wing - eight young men and one young lady. All of the youngsters are between the ages of 16 and 19, and all are a part...

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September 23, 2016
College in move to monitor air quality

AS THE authorities continue to work to address the air quality issues associated with the New Providence landfill, Aquinas College is taking the lead in implementing a school air monitoring programme to better protect its students, teachers, administrators, staff and parents.

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February 19, 2014
College is for you

We have all heard the saying, "College isn't for everyone." It is important for you to know that this statement is a lie. Education beyond the 12th grade is for you. It is important for your personal development and for our nation that everyone knows and believes that taking classes, learning, growing after high school graduation is key to your survival and success.
Last month, the United States E...

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May 23, 2013
Commonsense and immigration

Dear Editor,
The recent pronouncements on a proposed approach to work permits, whether we agree with the proposal or not, has resulted in much chatter. Clearly, the current situation is not sustainable but the reality is that we need some foreign workers at every level.
What The Bahamas needs to seek to do is to encourage and facilitate those workers who bring skills and add value as opposed to b...

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Communication by Fred Mitchell MP Fox Hill on the killing in Fox Hill
December 14, 2015
Communication by Fred Mitchell MP Fox Hill on the killing in Fox Hill

I wish to repeat the following in this House with regard to the homicide which occurred following a fight on Wednesday 9th December outside the Doris Johnson Senior High School...

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Community Service Day Helps Beautify Rand Nature Centre
March 20, 2015
Community Service Day Helps Beautify Rand Nature Centre

Protecting our natural resources takes a team effort,and there was no better example of this than when Grand Bahamian students, Bahamas National Trust (BNT) staff and board members from the Grand Bahama regional branch of the BNT teamed up for a community service project at the Rand Nature Centre...

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October 02, 2016
Creative Careers: Artist Educator Kim Smith

Born in Saskatchewan, Canada Smith's early career choice was working with children.

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December 17, 2014
Crusaders Christmas Invitational gets underway today

"December madness is here". That is the slogan of the annual Crusaders basketball tournament set to get underway today.
The Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Academy Crusaders Christmas Invitational Basketball Tournament starts this afternoon at the St. Georges Gym in Freeport, Grand Bahama, and will run until Saturday. It is the oldest and longest running senior boys high school basketball classic in...

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November 04, 2011
Crushers Snap Three-game Losing Streak

WHILE the St Bede's Crushers snapped a three-game losing streak, Our Lady's Blue Flames suffered their second straight heartbreaking loss in the Catholic Diocesan Primary Schools basketball regular season.

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Custom computers A's for excellence
September 04, 2012
Custom computers A's for excellence

Several talented students will start their new academic year off right thanks to Custom Computers Ltd.

After randomly drawing 25 student names from the entries in the “As for Excellence” campaign, the winners of the top three prizes were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements with the latest technological gadgets sure to make project research and writing for school a little ...

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DNA Announces New Candidates At Street Meeting
November 04, 2011
DNA Announces New Candidates At Street Meeting

The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) is prepared to deliver our message of REAL CHANGE for ONE BAHAMAS to every Bahamian in every community. In that manner, we have hosted a "Street Meeting" on Thursday November 3 at the corner of East St. and Hay St........

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March 30, 2012
DW Davis Junior High School wins the Highest Enrollment Award Floating Trophy JA Bahamas

Nassau, Bahama - DW Davis Junior
High School wins the Highest Enrollment Award Floating Trophy in the Junior
Achievement Bahamas (JA) First Cycle of the Elementary and Juniors Programme.

The Certificate Presentation Exercise was held March 23, 2012 at Golden Gates Outreach Ministries,
Carmichael Road. Other winners include: the Grates Initiative Award
Primary School, Xavier's and Our
Lady's Catho...

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October 19, 2012
Darville Calls For Appreciation Of The Bahamas

Minister for Grand Bahama Dr Michael Darville called for more appreciation of all things Bahamian.

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October 18, 2012
Darville Wants More Appreciation for What is Bahamian

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama - Minister for Grand Bahama and Member of Parliament for Pineridge, the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville said October 18, that to build the country it is important to recognise and appreciate what is Bahamian.

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April 03, 2012
Drama and poetry on the roster as the National Arts Festival adjudications continue in Nassau

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- St. Cecilia's Catholic Primary School students recently perform a skit about Sir Milo Butler opening a bank account, entitled 'They Told Me No' by Candace King, during the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival's New Providence Adjudications, at the Holy Trinity Activities Centre, Stapledon Gardens.  (BIS Photo / Eric Rose)

Centreville Primary School Drama Club membe...

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October 27, 2016
E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival Overall Drama Winner

St. Francis & Joseph Catholic Primary School was the overall Drama Award winner in the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival at the Awards Presentation Ceremony at Government House on Thursday, October 27th, 2016.

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Education Minister announces Plans to Improve Education Sector
March 02, 2015
Education Minister announces Plans to Improve Education Sector

Education, Science and Technology Minister the Hon. Jerome Fitzgerald outlined new intervention strategies that the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology...

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November 22, 2010
Eight straight!

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

The St Cecilia's Strikers got their eighth straight victory Monday in the Catholic Diocesan Primary Schools Basketball League, taking advantage of their home turf to delight their fans with an impressive 68-21 win over the struggling St Thomas More Sparks.

It was a stellar performance from St Cecilia's, who posted two 50-point dec...

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Eighth 80th Anniversary of St Anselm's Church, Fox Hill
April 22, 2015
Eighth (80th) Anniversary of St Anselm's Church, Fox Hill

COMMUNICATION BY FRED MITCHELL MP

MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION

House of Assembly

22 April 2015

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September 24, 2015
Essential freedom: Being open to growth

In 1941, in his early 70s, after an extraordinary career and a dozen years before his death at 84, the brilliant French artist Henri Matisse underwent surgery

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Family Island student makes history
April 02, 2014
Family Island student makes history

Taliah Cooper made history when she won the Jr. Minister of Tourism competition and became the first Family Islander to capture the coveted title...

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December 02, 2010
Festival Noel School Chef Competition to be a FUN School Battle!

Freeport, Grand Bahama - With ticket sales in full swing
Festival Noel is gearing up for a real "Sweet 16." As part of this year's annual event local high schools and the
College of The Bahamas will compete for the coveted title of Chef Noel.

Confirmed for this year's Chef
battle event are Catholic High School, Eight Mile Rock, St. George's and the
College of The Bahamas. "These
students are real...

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Fitzgerald appeals for greater focus on special needs students
September 02, 2013
Fitzgerald appeals for greater focus on special needs students

Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald appealed to teachers last night to be more concerned about students with learning disabilities, and said he expects that with training they will do a better job of identifying those students this year...

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April 29, 2013
Fitzgerald praises the Catholic school system

SUPPORTING Catholic education is a worthwhile cause, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said Saturday night, adding that the Catholic system has produced top scholars over the years.

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April 28, 2013

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May 02, 2014
Fitzgerald: Special needs school complete by end of May

The special needs school at the former Our Lady's Catholic Primary School will be completed by the end of this month and opened in September, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday.
Last April, Fitzgerald announced the government will spend more than $1 million to renovate the former school into an institution for special needs students.
The school was expected to be completed earl...

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November 19, 2012
Flag Day Ceremony Held At Our Lady's Catholic Primary School

Nassau, Bahamas - Rodney Moncur, coordinator of the Bain and Grants Town Urban Renewal office, conducts an inspection of Brownies during the celebration of Flag Day at Our Lady's Catholic Primary School November 16.

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