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Funeral Service for Charles Edward Dames, age 66 years a resident of Wulff Road and formerly of Deep Creek South Andros, will be held on Monday 9th April, 2012, 11:00 a.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Officiating will be Pastor Alfred N Brown, Pastor Timothy Stuart. Cremation will follow.
He is survived by his wife of 42 years Marina Dames, 3 sons DeVaughn, Chevron and Ch...
Of #25 Oleander Avenue, South Beach who died on Saturday, May 21, 2011 will be held on Sunday, June 5th, at 11:00am at Hillview Seventh-day Adventist Church, Tonique Williams-Darling Highway.
Officiating will be Pastor Kent Price assisted by other Pastors and Elders of the Gospel. Interment will follow in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.Memories of Cap's smile and sense of humor will ...
A new version of a service is generally an improvement such as Windows 9 as an update to Windows 8.
Alas, Perry Christie 2.0 is retrograde, decidedly not an improvement on his first disastrous term in office with the chronically late prime minister still keeping audiences waiting. There is also much that is worse.
The central flaw of Christie 1.0 carried over to his second non-consecutive term is ...
The Hon. Tommy Turnquest, national spokesperson for the FNM released the following
statement in response to Perry Christie’s new claim that his professional relationship as a
consultant for BPC, the oil company licensed under his administration to drill in Bahamian
waters, has been severed well before the issue became a controversy:
Prime Minister Perry Christie obviously understands the sheer implications of the majority of Bahamians voting no to legalizing web shop gaming on Referendum Day. The prime minister told The Tribune that his government would have to fill the employment gap should the no vote campaign win.
Weeks have now passed since Prime Minister Christie said he would explain the Renward Wells waste treatment contract controversy when he was "ready". Yet the silence continues...
Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the government will "outlaw" double-dipping but did not confirm when it would happen.
"Yes, it must be outlawed as quickly as possible," he told reporters yesterday. "That's the first point, but it's a process, and we want to conform with best practices in the process. But there's no doubt whatsoever about the results that we are trying to achieve or in...