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June 25, 2014
Police informed over letter making Lady Pindling claims

THE Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) announced yesterday that it has informed police about a "fraudulent" letter purportedly bearing the signature of a senior executive that alleges Dame Marguerite Pindling owes the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) a substantial amount of money.

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June 27, 2014
'Think Like A Man Too' tests the patience of more discriminating audiences

Think Like A Man Too
(Rated C)
Cast: Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Taraji P. Henson, Michael Ealy
Genre: Romantic comedy
Dwight's rating:
Picture this: You're on a beautiful Bahamian beach. It's a bright, sunny day, not too hot, and nary a cloud is in the sky. A gorgeous supermodel saunters by in a skimpy bikini. She is glistening in the sun, simply glowing as she decides to stretch out on the sand...

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July 09, 2014
Lady Pindling vows to unite the nation

DAME Marguerite Pindling said yesterday that her appointment to the highest constitutional office in the country - Governor-General - is "not bad for a barefoot girl from Andros".

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July 30, 2014
God's word is your assurance

"My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," says the Lord. "For as the heavens are higher than the Earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts." - Isaiah 55:8-9

The statement "a penny for your thoughts", was put to a young man seated on a park bench by a woman who had been jogging and was resting for a while. Suddenly the young man flashe...

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August 06, 2014
The unsound 'sound generation'

Now I know beyond any shadow of a doubt, that many, many people in my reading audience are indeed dying to know what the actual theme of today's article is as they initially read the title 'The Unsound 'Sound Generation''. Well, let me tell you how I came up with this title.
A couple came to visit me a few Sundays ago. Actually, I had some business matters to discuss with the lady, and she had br...

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September 17, 2014
Atlanta Consulate Office and Xernona Clayton Treat First Lady Bernadette Christie to Surprise Party

Bernadette Christie, First Lady of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas received “the shock of her life” when she was given a surprise pre-birthday party during her visit to Atlanta, Georgia...

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September 24, 2014
Minister: Education must become a core value

Education must move from a priority to a core value, where everything begins and ends with education; the future of the country depends on the state of education, according to Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald.
"The more our students succeed, the more our country will succeed" said Fitzgerald, as he addressed the Ernest T. Strachan Advanced Toastmasters Club 7108 rece...

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Prime Minister Christie and First Lady Bernadette Christie attended a reception hosted by United States President, Barack Obama
September 25, 2014
Prime Minister Christie and First Lady Bernadette Christie attended a reception hosted by United States President, Barack Obama

While in New York City to address the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly on climate change, Prime Minister Christie and First Lady Bernadette Christie attended a reception hosted by United States President, Barack Obama...

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November 18, 2014
The lady pirates of the Caribbean

The legendary Anne Bonny and Mary Read hold a special place in the annals of piracy in the Bahamas. Sir Christopher Ondaatje recounts their extraordinary tales of disguise and daring

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November 19, 2014
The lady pirates of the Caribbean

The legendary Anne Bonny and Mary Read hold a special place in the annals of piracy in the Bahamas. Sir Christopher Ondaatje recounts their extraordinary tales of disguise and daring

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November 24, 2014
Bowlers ready to make debut at CAC Games sailing gets underway, cycling ends

The Bahamas is set to make its bowling debut this week at the 22nd Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Veracruz, Mexico.
Although it will be the country's first time competing in bowling at the CAC Games, the team consists of 10 veteran bowlers, and that has bowling officials confident that they will have a good showing, and possibly come back with some medals. Bowling is set to begin on...

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December 10, 2014
Sir Garet & Lady Finlayson paid courtesy call on Dame Marguerite Pindly

Sir Garet and Lady Finlayson paid a courtesy call on Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling...

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January 09, 2015
Lady Joan Foulkes to serve as Patron of

Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, Public Hospitals Authority, is proud to announce the acceptance of Lady Joan Foulkes to serve as Patron of the “Pearls and Gems” Committee....

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January 09, 2015
Lady Joan Foulkes to serve as Patron of Sandilands "Pearls and Gems" Committee

Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, Public Hospitals Authority, is proud to announce the acceptance of Lady Joan Foulkes to serve as Patron of the “Pearls and Gems” Committee....

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Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga bring their 'Cheek To Cheek' Concert Tour to Atlantis to kick off summer
January 22, 2015
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga bring their 'Cheek To Cheek' Concert Tour to Atlantis to kick off summer

World-class entertainers and multi-Grammy Award winning recording artists Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga will be performing an intimate concert at Atlantis on Saturday, June 13.

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February 18, 2015
Davis-Thompson: The lady who got it all started

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), the global governing body for athletics, has never awarded the first three versions of any major event to a single nation.

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April 08, 2015
Lady Truckers win NPWBA Championship

When Penial "Rat" Bain came on board with the Johnson's Lady Truckers two tears ago, he was given a mandate to get the club back to the "promised land". The Lady Truckers won four straight New Providence Women's Basketball Association (NPWBA) championships between 2006 and 2009, but had not advanced to the finals since, much less taste victory...

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April 17, 2015
Our Lady's Catholic Primary School transformed to special needs center

The government spent more than $2.2 million transforming the former Our Lady's Catholic Primary School into a special needs education center, Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday.

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April 22, 2015
Minister Dorsett Earth Day Challenge

HON. KENRED DORSETT, M.P.,

MINISTER OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND HOUSING

Keynote Address

Paul H. Farquharson Conference Centre
The Royal Bahamas Police Force Headquarters
22nd April, 2015
Nassau, Bahamas

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May 04, 2015
Women's 4x100m relay team just barely falls short

With one of the original "Golden Girls" back on the track on Bahamian soil for the first time in quite some time, The Bahamas' women's 4x100 meters (m) squad gave it a gallant effort last night in front of a jam packed Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, but just barely came up short in its pursuit of a spot in the final and an automatic qualifying spot for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics...

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May 08, 2015
Plans set for ladies' 'Summer of Thunder'

In an effort to raise the awareness level of women's basketball in the country, The Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) is set to host the first edition of the women's "Summer of Thunder" basketball exhibition.

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Kaitlyn Francis, finalist in Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year, receives 13th Annual CIBC FirstCaribbean Scholarship
June 03, 2015
Kaitlyn Francis, finalist in Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year, receives 13th Annual CIBC FirstCaribbean Scholarship

Kaitlyn Francis, a 6th grade student from Central Abaco Primary School, has been named the recipient of the 13th annual CIBC FirstCaribbean sponsored scholarship award in the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Award (BPSSYA) program...

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July 05, 2015
Lady Panthers set to host independence tournament

With the start of the 2015 New Providence Volleyball Association (NPVA) season rapidly approaching, the Central Gas Lady Panthers Club is staying active. The club is scheduled to host its first Independence Volleyball Tournament to help local players get ready for the upcoming season.

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Tribute by Prime Minister Christie at the funeral service for Sir Albert Miller
August 31, 2015
Tribute by Prime Minister Christie at the funeral service for Sir Albert Miller

I begin by renewing my condolences, and the condolences of the Government and people of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, to Lady Miller and the entire family of the great Bahamian whose passing we mourn today, even as we celebrate his life; a life that was blessed with the gift of long years and marked by devoted service to his country, to his family...

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August 27, 2015
Ladies night

The women at New Birth Church make time for themselves with their ladies' night out events.

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September 17, 2015
BGF Central Ladies' Division - teeing off for par excellence

For many decades, in the minds of many, notable performances and/or contributions by female golfers from The Bahamas have been overshadowed by the talents and achievement of their male counterparts, dubbed the "magnificent young lions". For equally as long however, there have been numerous female golfers representing The Bahamas in outstanding fashion, both at the junior and senior levels.

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