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November 27, 2012
Ex-student union chief faces trial

THE trial of a former student union leader accused of disorderly conduct in the computer lab of the College of the Bahamas' library has been set for December 11.

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September 08, 2010
Royal Bahamas Police and Defense Forces participate in a Digital Forensics Workshop with the Rhode Island National Guard

Nassau, Bahamas -

Five members of the Rhode Island
National Guard traveled to Nassau, The Bahamas to conduct a Digital
Forensics Workshop with members of the Royal Bahamas Police and Defence
Forces at the Royal Bahamas Police Force College.  The workshop
focused on using computer forensics technology in law enforcement cases
to assist in the prosecution of suspects.  Approximately ...

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February 06, 2011
Lyford Cay housebreaking ring believed to have been intercepted by police

A HAUL of valuables believed to have been stolen from homes by a network of burglars operating in the exclusive gated community of Lyford Cay over the last two years was found by police last night.

Officers from the Lyford Cay Police Station executed a search warrant at a home in Nassau Village when they found computers, televisions, jewellery, silverware, other household items and cash thought t...

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August 04, 2016
Loyal Jason Bourne fans may be a bit disappointed

Jason Bourne (Rated C)
Cast: Matt Damon, Tommy Lee Jones, Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassell
Genre: Action Thriller
Dwight's Rating: 2.5 Stars

On the eve of its release last week, a colleague of mine begged that I be kind and not write a bad review for the new film, "Jason Bourne".
I can't blame her; the Bourne franchise is highly regarded and beloved, having over the past 15 years, deftly blend...

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Steve Jobs Dies at the age of 56
October 05, 2011
Steve Jobs Dies at the age of 56

Apple Inc. said the company's co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday. He was just only 56 years old.

"We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today," the company said in a brief statement.

"Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve."

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October 13, 2011
From Teacher to Entrepreneur

Well another "son of the Bahamian soil", has "put pen to paper" and written his autobiography and what an interesting life story it is!  He is none other than Mr. Patrick J. Bethel, who after a most distinguished career in education, returned to his beloved Abaco and managed to become a successful entrepreneur.
The book has as its title, appropriately, "From Teacher... To Entrepreneur". ...

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November 28, 2012
Ex-student union chief faces trial

THE trial of a former student union leader accused of disorderly conduct in the computer lab of the College of the Bahamas' library has been set for December 11.

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October 04, 2011
Intern Positions Available with The Bahamas Weekly

The Bahamas Weekly is looking for a few smart, aggressive and savvy
interns to earn hands-on experience in a fast-paced, growing media
environment.

Interested individuals must either be
majors in or have interest in journalism, mass
communications, marketing or graphic and web designs; and have a fair
concept of their particular field of interest, be computer proficient,
own a computer, hav...

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February 08, 2011
Equipment handover to Bahamas high school by Government of the People's Republic of China

Nassau, The Bahamas - 
Six computers and sports equipment have been donated to Government High
School. The donation was made an official hand over ceremony by His
Excellency Ambassador Hu Dingxian on behalf of the Chinese Government
on Monday, February 7.

The donation represents some
$10,000 worth of goods presented to the school since January 2011 to
support the school's premier Perfor...

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February 08, 2011
Police display items from Lyford Cay break-ins

Police yesterday laid out the items recovered from a house in Redland Acres that they suspect were stolen from houses in Lyford Cay and other areas in western New Providence.
The items ranged from valuable laptop computers to a not-so-valuable citronella candle, used to keep mosquitoes away. Some of the items seemed so arbitrary that it was hard to believe the thieves wasted their time picking th...

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