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Bahamas participates in Caribsave Climate Change Symposium
September 24, 2009
Bahamas participates in Caribsave Climate Change Symposium

According to a report published by the World Bank, The Bahamas is among the top three most vulnerable Caribbean countries when it comes to climate change.
For this reason, Minister of Tourism and Aviation, Sen. the Hon. Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace said that initiatives such as CARIBSAVE are vital to mitigate possible environmental impacts

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Twenty Bahamians Receive Queen’s Birthday
September 25, 2009

Twenty Bahamian recipients of The Queen’s Birthday Honours, 2008, were presented with their medals during an investiture ceremony at Government House on Thursday, September 24, 2009.

Governor General His Excellency Arthur D. Hanna presented the medals.

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Royal Fidelity Weekly Market Wrap - Sept 21st - 25th, 2009
September 26, 2009
Royal Fidelity Weekly Market Wrap - Sept 21st - 25th, 2009

During the week investors traded in ten out of the twenty-four listed securities of which none advanced, six declined and four remain unchanged.

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October 07, 2009
Lying in state for the Honourable Sir Clement Travelyan Maynard, kt., j.p.,

Lying in state for the honourable Sir Clement Travelyan Maynard, kt., j.p., former Deputy Prime Minister and
parliamentarian at the house of assembly parliament square Bay Street Nassau, New Providence Commonwealth of the Bahamas

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Lying In State for The Honourable Sir Clement Travelyan Maynard
October 13, 2009
Lying In State for The Honourable Sir Clement Travelyan Maynard

Principal Officials of State will pay their respects to the deceased in the Foyer of the House of Assembly, in the following Protocol order:-

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IDB Contest focuses on climate change
October 14, 2009
IDB Contest focuses on climate change

Small island states, the effects of climate change, and environmental protection are the focus of the 2009 essay contest organized by the Inter-American Developmental Bank (IDB) and the Bahamas National Trust (BNT).

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Governor General Presents Dedicated Teachers with Awards
October 30, 2009
Governor General Presents Dedicated Teachers with Awards

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Governor General His Excellency Arthur D. Hanna presented eight teachers with awards for their commitment and dedication in the field of education during the Fidelity Sir Gerald Cash National Distinguished Teachers Awards Ceremony held at Government House, Friday, October 23, 2009.

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The Downtown Nassau Partnership launches new website
November 04, 2009
The Downtown Nassau Partnership launches new website

The Downtown Nassau Partnership (DNP) – the public-private sector organisation charged with the ambitious task of revitalizing historic Nassau – announced today it has launched a website complete with a newsletter that can be downloaded, a Facebook link and an historic overview

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Lombard Odier celebrates 30 years in Bahamas
November 04, 2009
Lombard Odier celebrates 30 years in Bahamas

The Bank of Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch’s 30-year operation in The Bahamas speaks to the commitment it has to the country’s financial services sector, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs the Hon Brent Symonette said.

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Don't miss the 2009 Energy Conference Bahamas Business Expo
November 10, 2009
Don't miss the 2009 Energy Conference & Bahamas Business Expo

The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce in partnership with The U.S. Embassy Nassau and The Bahamas Hotel Association will host the 2009 Energy Conference & Bahamas Business Expo to take place November 12-14, 2009 at The Sheraton Nassau Beach Hotel.

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Lemero Wright's Art Mero Vol. 1
Lemero Wright's "Art Mero" Vol. 1

Wednesday 13th May 2009  6:00 PM

You have been cordially invited to the view new works by Lemero Wright.

Venue: Central Bank of the Bahamas
Start Time: May 13th at 6:00pm
End Time: May 13th at 9:00pm


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Nettie Symonette
Nettie Symonette

Friday 17th July 2009  6:00 PM

Please join us for the exhibition opening of Ms. Nettie Symonette's first solo show of paintings at The Central Bank of The Bahamas Art Gallery, Market Street.

Exhibition runs: July 7 - August 7, 2009. Monday - Friday, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm.

Please call 327-8154 or 327-7922 for more information.
Email: cbobgallery@gmail.com


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John Cox Heino Schmid Present...
John Cox & Heino Schmid Present...

Friday 11th September 2009  6:00 PM

Opening Night!

The Exhibition will run until October 2nd, 2009 during Central Bank's regular working hours 9:00am - 4:00pm, Monday to Friday

Host: John Cox & Heino Schmid
What: Art Exhibition
Start Time: September 11th at 6:00pm
End Time: Semptember 11th at 9:00pm
Where: Central Bank of the Bahamas Art Gallery, Frederick St.

www.cbogallery.blogspot.com


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National Workshop on Food Hygiene Sanitation Practices
National Workshop on Food Hygiene & Sanitation Practices

Monday 28th September 2009

Description: The Caribbean Development Bank, Caribbean Technological Consultancy Services Network and the Bahamas Co-operative League Limited presents a National Workshop on Food Hygiene and Sanitation Practices. A number of topics will be discussed, including food safety, pest control, personal hygiene and water & ice safety.

Taking place at the Bahamas Co-operative League Ltd, Russel Rd, O...


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National Workshop on Food Hygiene Sanitation Practices
National Workshop on Food Hygiene & Sanitation Practices

Tuesday 29th September 2009

Description: The Caribbean Development Bank, Caribbean Technological Consultancy Services Network and the Bahamas Co-operative League Limited presents a National Workshop on Food Hygiene and Sanitation Practices. A number of topics will be discussed, including food safety, pest control, personal hygiene and water & ice safety.

Taking place at the Bahamas Co-operative League Ltd, Russel Rd, O...


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National Workshop on Food Hygiene Sanitation Practices
National Workshop on Food Hygiene & Sanitation Practices

Wednesday 30th September 2009

Description: The Caribbean Development Bank, Caribbean Technological Consultancy Services Network and the Bahamas Co-operative League Limited presents a National Workshop on Food Hygiene and Sanitation Practices. A number of topics will be discussed, including food safety, pest control, personal hygiene and water & ice safety.

Taking place at the Bahamas Co-operative League Ltd, Russel Rd, O...


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The Nassau Conference 2009
The Nassau Conference 2009

Wednesday 18th November 2009

The Nassau Conference 2009 Tackles Tough Issues

Founded and sponsored of the Association of International Banks and Trust Companies in The Bahamas (AIBT) for the fifth year, the annual Nassau Conference features Michael Foot from Promontory Financial Group (UK) Ltd., who, with other speakers and panelists, address key issues facing The Bahamas such as the OECD standard for information exchange ...


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National Art Gallery of the Bahamas
National Art Gallery of the Bahamas

Sunday 6th December 2009  3:00 PM

Under the direction of Musical Director JoAnne Connaughton, the talented musicians of The Scotia Bank Bahamas Debut Orchestra will perform at the NAGB celebrating the uplifting sounds of the Yuletide season.

Cost: Tickets are $10

Start Time: December 6th at 3:00pm
Where: National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, West & West Hill Sts.

For more information, contact 242-328-5800/1
Email: lmorr...


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Antonius Roberts Exhibition
Antonius Roberts Exhibition

Monday 11th January 2010  6:00 PM

The Central Bank of the Bahamas Gallery shows new works by Bahamian artist, Antonius Roberts, inspired by the promise of spiritual enlightenment and God's unconditional love.

Exhibition Runs until February 12th, 2010

Start Time: January 11th at 6:00pm
End Time: January 11th at 9:00pm
Where: Central Bank of the Bahamas

www.antoniusroberts.com


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Government committed to keeping country of blacklist
November 23, 2009
Government committed to keeping country of blacklist

The goal of the Ministry of Finance is to preserve the financial services sector by getting the country off any list that could result in sanctions by the world’s most developed countries, the Minister of State for Finance the Hon Zhivargo Laing said.

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Haiti Earthquake: How Bahamians Can Help
January 14, 2010
Haiti Earthquake: How Bahamians Can Help

In the aftermath of the earthquake that has left at least 72,000 dead, Bahamians are reaching out to help Haiti.

Here are a few of the ways that Bahamians can send help:

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Banks Accepting Funds for Haiti
January 18, 2010
Banks Accepting Funds for Haiti

Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has asked banks to accept money for a public Haiti fund.

Prime Minister Ingraham said the government asked Clearing Banks (see list below) to accept donations into a special account for Emergency and Reconstruction Assistance to Haiti.

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Press Conference Statement on Haiti - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham
January 19, 2010
Press Conference Statement on Haiti - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham

The terrible conditions in Haiti following upon the 7.0 earthquake which struck Port au Prince and other nearby towns continue to be revealed daily.

The Bahamas is coordinating its response to the disaster in Haiti with other Caricom member states and CDEMA, the regional disaster emergency management agency.

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Top Business Stories
February 15, 2010
Top Business Stories

Bahamians owe 1.091 billion

New taxi system will limit cabs on the road and means millions in loans

Bahamas businessman says it's worse in The Bahamas

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Business - Tue Mar 2
March 02, 2010
Business - Tue Mar 2

Grand Bahama must act to keep airlines

Scotiatrust may buy Butterfield Bank

Banks return $20m National Insurance deposits

Bahamian entrepreneurs are missing out

Small businesses need laws, not handouts

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Tribune top stories - Thu Mar 4
March 04, 2010
Tribune top stories - Thu Mar 4

McCartney: I won't take blame for Elizabeth vote

Lack of information on prescription drug plan aggravates pharmacists

Alarm at erosion of Saunders Beach

Should The Bahamas keep the Central Bank?

Bromeliad Society of Broward County's 45th anniversary visit to the Bahamas

Opportunities for Bahamas and Malta

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Guardian top stories - Tue Mar 9
March 09, 2010
Guardian top stories - Tue Mar 9

FNM promises unfulfilled

GB brothers want govt to reconsider net fishing ban

Four weekend stabbings

Kenyatta Gibson hits out at PLP chairman

Report: Nurse shortage could hamper nation's development

Union gives COB till April to sign contract

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Traffic rules to be enforced during construction phase of one-way scheme for Baillou Road and Market Street
March 10, 2010
Traffic rules to be enforced during construction phase of one-way scheme for Baillou Road and Market Street

Officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force will be out in full force to ensure the smooth flow of traffic during the construction phase of the one-way system for Baillou Hill Road and Market Street confirmed Sergeant Garland Rolle of the Traffic Division.

“All uniformed police officers working on the island of New Providence will be involved with maintaining law and order in this area and for o...

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Business - Thu Mar 11
March 11, 2010
Business - Thu Mar 11

British Airways ready for strike

One in 10 loans unpaid

Straw Market foundation finished in a month

Public companies key factor in $176m deficit

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Tribune top stories - Wed Mar 24
March 24, 2010
Tribune top stories - Wed Mar 24

Atlantis employee claiming police brutality in court today

Lawmakers fail to debate marital rape law

Inagua feels earthquake aftershocks from Cuba

Frustrated resident wants to stop Beer Fest

Immigration officers frustrated by unfair work schedule

Anna Nicole's daughter will not receive any of $300m fortune

Minister: More investment needed in food production

Hollywood star in K...

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