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March 20, 2013
Results of games played in Eleuthera Junior Baseball League - March 16th

ELEUTHERA, Bahamas - Games played on Saturday  March 16, 2013 in the Eleuthera Junior Baseball League:

In Rock Sound:

In
the Coach Pitch Division -  (Spanish Wells)  Hook n' Jook  - coached by
the ladies (Coach Miclelli and Coach Georgina) fought back to overcome
the early lead by (Rock Sound)  Coco Plums  coached by (Coach Larry and
Coach Lincoln) to win their second game of the season. The

Hook n' Jook continued with their fine fielding and strong hitting...

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September 28, 2010
MuMo's official After Party at Bullion, October 2nd

Nassau, Bahamas - After a solid two days of

panels, star-studded keynote addresses, a
listening session, the

MuMo Marketplace and special concert events you can enjoy the official

Music Momentum Summit's After Party at Bullion in the British Colonial Hilton from 10pm until on Saturday,

October 2nd.

It's all apart of Saturdays in the City Ladies Night.  $10 cover.

VIP Guest List and Bottle Reservations, call 242-454-0264...

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September 29, 2010
MuMo's official After-Party at Bullion, October 2nd

Nassau, Bahamas - After a solid two days of

panels, star-studded keynote addresses, a
listening session, the

MuMo Marketplace and special concert events you can enjoy the official

Music Momentum Summit's After Party at Bullion in the British Colonial Hilton from 10pm until on Saturday,

October 2nd.

It's all apart of Saturdays in the City Ladies Night.  $10 cover.

VIP Guest List and Bottle Reservations, call 242-454-0264...

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Business Listing

Clothesline
Shoes,Clothing - Women
  • Simmons Place
  • Marsh Harbour
  • Abaco, Bahamas
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Vernique's Variety Store
Clothing - Women
  • Blue Hill Rd
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
News Article

April 04, 2012
COB wins first of two against Turks

After a scoreless battle in the first half, The College of The Bahamas (COB) men's soccer team shook off an injury-plagued second half to prevail in their first international friendly yesterday afternoon.
The COB Caribs got second half goals from Audisson Beaubrun and Perry Brooks to hold off the Turks and Caicos under-23 nationals, 2-1, yesterday at COB. It was the first of a mini two-match series against their neighbors to the south. The second match is set for today at COB.
"It was a tough battle, especially in the first half, but the guys stuck in there," said COB Men's Soccer Head Coach Vandyke Bethel yesterday. "This is a pretty young squad and they are still learning how to play together. I think that they are going through a phase right now where they are taking too long to do certain things, and that is one of the reasons why we are playing these games. We are trying to get some experience for them," added Bethel.
The Caribs were definitely the more aggressive team in the first half with a number of shots on goal, but the resilient Turks squad took the match to the Caribs in the second half. They were able to get behind the Caribs' defense on quite a few opportunities early in the second half, but they couldn't convert on those chances by putting the ball in the back of the net. Caribs' goal keeper Richard Roberts came up with a number of saves in the second half to keep the Turks squad off the scoreboard.
"Richie is a senior. This is his last hurrah and he is doing pretty good," said Bethel yesterday. "He is one of the guys who I can call on, and depend on, and he really stepped up for us today. We had a quite a few players go down today, but Richie kept us in the game with some good saves. Those injured players - we're going to work on them tonight and get them ready for tomorrow. We're going to make sure they are properly hydrated and are ready to play tomorrow. We really have a lot of work to do between now and tomorrow. We're concerned a bit, but thankfully, there are no serious injuries and the guys should be able to go."
The Caribs finally broke through in the 57th minute yesterday as Beaubrun took advantage of a misplayed ball by the Turks' goalie and pushed the ball in the back of an open net. Brooks added a security goal in the 72nd minute, and Kely Louima, of the Turks and Caicos, made it a game again, as he scored in the 80th minute. He delivered a beautiful corner kick toward the goal that Roberts couldn't handle. The ball bounced over his head and into the net. The Caribs' defense stepped up in the final 10 minutes though. The Turks squad couldn't get a shot at goal in the final 10 minutes and COB held on for the slim 2-1 victory.
"We're going to enjoy this victory for the moment, but it's right back to work tomorrow. We're looking at winning both games so we can't afford to relax just yet. There's still work to do," said Caribs' forward Perry Brooks. "I had a lot of opportunities, especially in the first half, so it felt real good to finally crack through and score in the second half and put that nail in the coffin. We had a lot of opportunities and didn't put them away. We have to finish better," added Brooks.
Brooks said that they were a little worried when they started to suffer all the injuries in the second half, and the Turks squad was more aggressive than they were, but they just hung in there and pulled through. "We knew that it was only a matter of time before things started opening up for us," he said.
For the Turks squad, technical director of their national program, Matthew Green, who once led The Bahamas' national ladies squad, said that they're obviously disappointed with the result, but would certainly look to bounce back in the second of the mini two-game series.
"We thought we played well enough to at least get a draw out of it, so that was disappointing," said Green. "I think that we missed too many chances in the second half when we were dominating the game, and we made two mistakes later on which caused us goals. I can't really fault the guys for their effort because we didn't have much time to get ready for the game. We'll go back to the drawing board, go over a few things, and hopefully turn the result around tomorrow. We have some very young players and we are sure that they will be able to bounce back. We feel that the nerves will be gone by tomorrow and they will be okay," he added.
The second match of the mini two-game series will get underway at 4:30 p.m. today at COB.

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House Of Serenity
Clothing - Women
  • Bay St
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
News Article

October 01, 2010
Caribbean Regional Forum Remarks - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham

 



Nassau

, Bahamas - Enclosed are

remarks by Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham, at the IDB
Caribbean Regional Forum now in progress at the Sheraton Cable Beach
resort.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I extend to each of you a warm welcome.  I trust that your stay will be both productive and enjoyable.

 

President
Moreno, I congratulate you on your recent re-election as President of
the IDB for another Five Year Term.  The fact that you were elected
unopposed and by unanimous consent speaks volumes for the caliber of
your leadership during your first term at the helm of the Bank,
particularly during the global economic crisis from which we seek to
recover and grow.

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Smith's Variety Store
Clothing - Women
  • Smith's Hill
  • Andros, Bahamas
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Voluptuous (Plus Sizes)
Clothing - Women
  • 117 Collins Ave
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
News Article

May 30, 2011
Sister Sister members set for Komen Walk Race for Cure

By ALESHA CADET

Tribune Features Reporter

EIGHT MEMBERS of the local Breast Cancer Support group, Sister Sister will be participating in the DC Komen Walk and Canadian Breast Cancer Conference on Saturday, June 4. The ladies are all set to board the plane for Washington DC this Friday.

In a statement, Andrea Sweeting, Sister Sister President, explained why it is so important that Sister Sister attend this event and others like it. She says: "The Komen Walk/Race for the Cure in DC gives us an opportunity to share with others. It is always an eye opener; knowing that cancer does not discriminate. It is affecting every woman no matter her status, her creed, or her colour. We are in this tog ...

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May 26, 2012
Farewell Address by Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham at the FNM Convention

Nassau, Bahamas - The following are remarks by the Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham, Leader, Free National Movement at the Special Convention on Saturday, 26 May, 2012:

Ladies
and Gentlemen: Twenty-two years ago when you first elected me at age 42
as your Party Leader, I could best have been described as an improbable
choice having previously been Chairman of, Member of Parliament for,
and Cabinet Minister in, the PLP Government.

Having first been
elected Leader of our Party on the 17th May, 1990, I have come this
morning to say thank you for making and keeping me as the longest...

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What next for Branville McCartney
March 29, 2011
What next for Branville McCartney

My mother's favourite cousin is someone she calls, "the most conceited person she ever knew." He was a larger than life man who practised regularly what he called his "killer smile."

Legend has it he would stand in front of the mirror and practise his swagger. He would stroke his chin and tune up his smile, the one that would "kill the ladies."

This little bit of family history is relevant only in as much as I am reminded of my cousin sometimes when people speak about Branville McCartney, member of parliament for Bamboo Town. Last year he resigned from the high profile job of Minister of State f ...

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April 04, 2012
(Photos) Bobbles, Bangles and Beads at BREEF's Bootleggers' Speakeasy

Nassau, Bahamas - The
1920's era of prohibition, bootleggers and Charleston dancing high
society ladies came alive on Saturday at the 'Bootleggers' Ball
glamourous Speakeasy created at Albany for B.R.E.E.F.s (Bahamas Reef
Environment Educational Foundation) national teacher and student
education programme fund raiser.

Amidst bobbles, bangles, and
beads, bootleggers with 'tommy-guns' fat cigars and fashionable hats set
the stage for a fun night reminiscent of an era in The Bahamas noted
for its oceans filled not only with ships laden with barrels of
forbidden liquor, but also an abundance of groupers, lobsters and other
marine-life...

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Event
Heineken Night at Blue Waters
Heineken Night at Blue Waters

Thursday 18th April 2013  8:00 PM

Heineken Ladies will be at Blue Waters on Baillou Hill Rd for Heineken Light Ladies Night starting from 8pm until closing.. featuring bucket specials and giveaways. https://www.facebook.com/bluewatersnassau


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October 05, 2010
Tanya Garvey-Hyppolite named Mrs. Bahamas International 2011

Freeport, Grand Bahama - 

After several applications
and submissions of potential candidates to bestow the honour of being
named Mrs. Bahamas International 2011 and the chance to represent The
Bahamas at the annual Mrs. International Pageant in Chicago, USA; 
the National director/Beauties of Grand Bahama was able to screen several
applicants and submit for approval to the international organizers. 
Mrs. Tanya Garvey-Hyppolite has been officially accepted as Mrs. Bahamas
International.

Mrs. Hyppolite is no
stranger to the pageant world; she is the founder and producer of Miss
Talented Grand Bahama and is presently celebrating its 12th
year as a Christian development program for young ladies.  In her
earlier years Tanya has also proved her talents on the stage as a pageant
and model contestant...

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Coach
Shoes,Leather Goods,Handbags
  • #303 Bay Street
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
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News Article

March 23, 2011
Speech by Lynden Nairn at Rally for the Launch of Seabreeze Campaign

Nassau, Bahamas - Enclosed are are remarks by

Lynden Nairn at Rally for the Launch of Seabreeze Campaig

on March 22nd, at Holy Cross Community
Centre.

Brothers &
sisters of Seabreeze constituency, ladies and gentlemen, good evening. The Lord
Himself delivered the people of Israel from the cruel grips of the Egyptians.
Yet, they spent 40 years in the wilderness going round in circles. Everyday
they picked up their tents and walked round and round the mountain as it were,
making no real progress. Walking and getting tired, but going nowhere...

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Dooney & Bourke
Leather Goods,Handbags,Gift Shops
  • 284 Bay Street
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
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Salvatore Ferragamo
Watch Dealers & Repairs,Shoes,Clothing - Men,Jewellery Stores & Dealers,Handbags,Clothing - Women,Sunglasses
  • Crystal Court, Atlantis Hotel
  • Paradise Island
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
News Article

March 17, 2011
Ford Motor Company Announces South Florida Freedom's Sisters Honorees

Dearborn, Mich., -  In
recognition of Women's History Month, Ford Motor Company announced the
20 women who will be honored as South Florida Freedom's Sisters at a
luncheon to be held on March 19th at the Hollywood Marriott from 12:00
noon to 2:00 p.m. Ford selected the honorees after conducting a citywide
search for exceptional women who exemplify dedication to social causes
and humanitarian efforts--attributes possessed by the 20 phenomenal
ladies who are part of the original Freedom's Sisters national
exhibition.

"We were amazed by the inspirational
stories of the extraordinary women who touched the lives of people in
the South Florida community," said Pamela Alexander, director, Ford
Motor Company Fund and Community Services. "It was a challenge to select
just 20 South Florida Freedom's Sisters as all of the nominees truly
embodied the spirit of the nationally recognized Freedom's Sisters...

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Hel-Don School Of Fashion
Clothing - Women
  • Wulff Rd
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
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March 31, 2012
DNA leader to Grand Bahama: 'Bring the Magic Back'

Grand Bahamians - Good evening Bahamas!
Ladies and gentlemen, the DNA tests are in. The DNA tests is right here in my hands. JESUS! The DNA tests say that we are 99.9999% sure that Papa ain't ya Daddy!

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April 04, 2012
(Photos) Bobbles, Bangles and Beads at BREEF's Bootleggers' Speakeasy

Nassau, Bahamas - The
1920's era of prohibition, bootleggers and Charleston dancing high
society ladies came alive on Saturday at the 'Bootleggers' Ball
glamourous Speakeasy created at Albany for B.R.E.E.F.s (Bahamas Reef
Environment Educational Foundation) national teacher and student
education programme fund raiser.

Amidst bobbles, bangles, and
beads, bootleggers with 'tommy-guns' fat cigars and fashionable hats set
the stage for a fun night reminiscent of an era in The Bahamas noted
for its oceans filled not only with ships laden with barrels of
forbidden liquor, but also an abundance of groupers, lobsters and other
marine-life...

read more »


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March 04, 2011
Letter: Fix our roads after underground work

EDITOR, The Tribune.

An open letter to: Cable Bahamas, BTC, BEC, Water and Sewerage Corporation and other guilty parties.

Please print the following open letter to the various utility companies.

Greetings Ladies and Gentlemen:

We the people of New Providence are greatly disappointed in your cold-hearted inability to restore our roads to favourable conditions after you would have installed your business underground.

It's criminal for example, to see and feel your uncaring actions on Windsor Field and the Western roads. There are about eight open trenches just on those two thoroughfares. A few of them are dangerous to public travel, and there is no notice for motorists before approa ...

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