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Stepping Down From High Office

The world was surprised yesterday when the head of the Roman Catholic Church resigned. Popes don't usually resign. Like monarchs they serve until death. The last pope to resign did so six centuries ago. Pope Benedict XVI is an old man.

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National Address by Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis
National Address by Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis

My fellow Bahamians, the votes are counted and the results are in. The will of the people is now clear: Bahamians will not allow any factional interest groups, be they in government or in the private sector, to attack, demean, or besmirch our democracy and way of life. Bahamians have resoundingly re-affirmed the fact that The Bahamas is NOT a Nation for Sale!

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Thanksgiving Service
Thanksgiving Service

Sunday 1st July 2012  3:00 PM

Thanksgiving Service Sunday, July 1st at 3pm, Christian Tabernacle Church Market St and Robinson Road, Nassau Let's Ignite the future with our new leaders with God as our guide The Free National Movement was born out of a struggle for greater accountability and transparency; the party cut its teeth in the fight to deliver our country from political corruption and victimization. The FNM reached maturity as a government whose tenure and accomplishments have become the standard against which all future governments of The Bahamas will be judged. www.fnm2012.org


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Church Re-dedication Is 'A Red Letter Day'
Church Re-dedication Is 'A Red Letter Day'

THE re-dedication of St Mary the Virgin Anglican Church in Old Bight was a "red letter day" for Cat Islanders, Deputy Prime Minister Philip 'Brave' Davis said yesterday.

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Sophia Olivia Pippy Greene, 32
Sophia Olivia Pippy Greene, 32

Miss. Sophia Olivia "Pippy" Greene age 32 years of #24 Pilgrim Avenue South, off Boyd Road will be held on Saturday, October 08, 2011 at 2:30pm at Holy Spirit Anglican Church, Howard Street Chippingham. Rev. Fr. Peter A. G. Scott will officiate and burial will be in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.

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(VIDEO) Dr. Susan J Wallace Discusses Her New Book, The Crucified One...His Name Is Jesus

Author Dr. Susan J Wallace, the founder of Access Ministries International and Access Bible College, discusses her soon to be released book, "The Crucified One...His Name Is Jesus". In her own words, Dr. Wallace provides the following synopsis to outline the contents of her book; The signs of the time indicate that the message of this book is an urgent one, and it gives us an opportunity to study the role of Jesus from His first coming to earth as the Messiah, to His Second Coming as the Righteous Judge.

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(VIDEO) Dr. Susan J Wallace Discusses Her New Book, The Crucified One...His Name Is Jesus

Author Dr. Susan J Wallace, the founder of Access Ministries International and Access Bible College, discusses her soon to be released book, "The Crucified One...His Name Is Jesus". In her own words, Dr. Wallace provides the following synopsis to outline the contents of her book; The signs of the time indicate that the message of this book is an urgent one, and it gives us an opportunity to study the role of Jesus from His first coming to earth as the Messiah, to His Second Coming as the Righteous Judge.

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Nautilus Bahamas sponsors community bands
Nautilus Bahamas sponsors community bands

Nautilus Bahamas the bottle water company, sponsored six community bands participating in the 2009 Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. Each band was given $500.00 at the Ministry of Youth Sports and Culture (MYSC), Thompson Boulevard.

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Carry Your Candle, Light The Bahamas September focus 'Forgiveness - Let it Go'
Carry Your Candle, Light The Bahamas September focus 'Forgiveness - Let it Go'

REEPORT, Grand Bahama -- On Monday September 7th, 2009 at 12:30p.m at the Police Headquarters Conference Room, in Grand Bahama, The Carry Your Candle, Light The Bahamas Organization hosted a press conference to announce plans for it’s September 2009 national focus , “FORGIVENESS.”

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Four hundred students, including 200 in the Bain & Grants Town area, and others at Palmdale Primary School, D.W. Davis Junior High School and Mt. Carmel Preparatory Academy headed to school this year with snazzy new backpacks teeming with supplies...

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Noel In Haiti

My dream around Christmas is to be in the Dominican Republic for Noel. 

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Jennie Milded Duncombe, 99

Final Rites and Burial for the late Ms. Jennie Milded Duncombe, Age 99yrs, a resident of Bardey Lane of St. Vincent Road and Formerly of Current Eleuthera will be held at Wesley Methodist Church, Malcolm, on Saturday 3rdDecember, 2011at 11:00 a.m.

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Get Ready For Jollification
Get Ready For Jollification

As usual, the Bahamas National Trust's annual holiday celebration, the Christmas Jollification, will kick off on Friday, November 16 at The Retreat on Village Road with a special members evening.

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Corporal 972 Sidney Dudley Johnson, 39
Corporal 972 Sidney Dudley Johnson, 39

Full Military Service for  Corporal 972 Sidney Dudley Johnson age 39 of the Bluff Eleuthera, who died at Doctor's Hospital on September 14th, will be held on Friday 11:00 a.m. at St.. Barnabas Anglican Church Baillou Hill and Wulff Roads.

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Christmas message from Prime Minister Ingraham
Christmas message from Prime Minister Ingraham

Message from Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham Prime Minister Christmas 2008

I am happy once again on my own behalf and that of my wife and family and on the behalf of the Government of The Bahamas to extend very best wishes for a blessed and peaceful Christmas to Bahamians everywhere and to all those resident or visiting with us during this season

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Joanna Hepburn, 50

Funeral Service for Joanna Hepburn, age 50 of Hillside Estates and formerly of Green Castle, Eleuthera who died on January 5th 2012 will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Robinson Morris Chapel AME, Ridgeland Park, West.

  Officiating will be Pastor Howard F. Williamson, assisted by Rev. Thelma Williamson.  Interment will be made in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
 
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The Dignity And Equality Of Gays And Lesbians

Recall the hysteria and hate-drenched anti-gay demonstrations of the previous two decades protesting gay and lesbian visitors cruising to the country to experience our Bahamian hospitality.
Some of the gay-bashers invoked the narrative of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah in Genesis 19.

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The Dignity and Equality of Gays and Lesbians

Recall the hysteria and hate-drenched anti-gay demonstrations of the previous two decades protesting gay and lesbian visitors cruising to the country to experience our Bahamian hospitality. Some of the gay-bashers invoked the narrative of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah in Genesis 19.dit.com.

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The Folly of Blind Faith and Blind Political Allegiance

Dear Editor,
On the February 19 edition of Love 97.5 FM's Issues of The Day with host former Free National Movement (FNM) MP and Cabinet Minister Algernon Allen and his guest FNM Chairman Darron Cash, a chronic caller...

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High Demand For Popular Election Play
High Demand For Popular Election Play

The popular play, "Election 2012: What Just Happened?" is on its second encore in New Providence. The play, which opened in the Rainforest Theatre on November 1, is now running for a third weekend due to the demand for the comedic show. Playwrights David Wallace and Michael Pintard, who have been putting on election plays since 2002 when the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) beat the Free National Movement (FNM), have become synonymous with on-stage election dramas.

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Christian Council Urges End To Campaign Mud Slinging

Bahamas Christian Council President Rev Dr. Ranford Patterson yesterday urged politicians to stop the mud-slinging in the North Abaco by-election campaign, claiming it is ripping apart families and tight-knit communities.

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Ruthmae Dawkins Mitchell, 79
Ruthmae Dawkins Mitchell, 79

Funeral service for Ruthmae Dawkins Mitchell, 79 yrs. a resident of #4 Amerylles Street, Garden Hills #1 & formerly of Old Bight, Cat Island, who died on 16th September, 2011, will be held at Greater Bethel Cathedral, Faithway off Blue Hill Road, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Mark Tolbert, assisted by other Ministers of Religion.

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Bend the Tree While it is Young

You see it almost every day outside the courthouse where mothers and other family members of young criminals gather to support their remanded loved one with cries of "Not my good child," "He's only a child," "He's too young" and even "Give him another chance, he didn't know what he was doing."

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Chief Superintendent Ormand Westerfield Briggs, 83
Chief Superintendent Ormand Westerfield Briggs, 83

A Semi-military funeral service will be held for Chief Superintendent Ormand Westerfield Briggs, 83, of #19 Wulff Road, formerly of St. Lucy, Barbados, on Friday August 12th, 2011, at 11 a.m.  Evangelistic Temple, Collins Avenue at 4th Terrence. Officiating will be Pastor Gary Curry, assisted by Pastor Vaughn Cash. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

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Rally Remarks – North Abaco By-Election: Renardo Curry Progressive Liberal Party Candidate

North Abaco, my North Abaco – Good Evening!
We’re on the last leg now. Day after tomorrow, you will make your choice.
Are you ready for a new day?
Are you going to make me your choice?
Well, I’ve made you mine.

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Streets Cordoned Off For Funeral Of Paul Adderley
Streets Cordoned Off For Funeral Of Paul Adderley

Officials began cordoning off parts of downtown Nassau yesterday ahead of the state funeral of former Attorney General Paul Adderley.

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The Blessing of the Animals

Sunday 7th October 2012  4:00 PM

The Blessing of the Animals The Blessing of the Animals St. Francis of Assisi (Patron Saint of all Animals) Service at St. Christopher's Church, Lyford Cay, 4:00 pm on Sunday afternoon, October 7th, 2012. This is a short and very sweet blessing of the animals. The BHS encourages you to come out and recognize your pet as one of God's Creatures, too. The service will be conducted by BHS board Member, Archdeacon Keith Cartwright. A collection will be taken and given to the the BHS for our good works. Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals.


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Mitchell says he stands for the rights of all people
Mitchell says he stands for the rights of all people

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell said yesterday he will continue to stand for the rights of all people, despite the "character assassination" launched against him...

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Along Life's Road

Cast out the scorner, and contention shall go out; yea, strife and reproach shall cease. - Proverbs 22:10.

These are times when anger, conflict, strife, and out of control emotions are eating to the very core of our sanity. Many people will tell you, without a blink of an eye, that they can't take much, when it comes to adverse situations.

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Remarks delivered by The Prime Minister during the Swearing in ceremony for Renardo Curry
Remarks delivered by The Prime Minister during the Swearing in ceremony for Renardo Curry

Your Excellencies; Cabinet colleagues;
Parliamentarians; Senior government officials, friends and well wishers, Mr. and Mrs. Renardo Curry, a very pleasant good afternoon.

I offer my congratulations to the newest Member of Parliament on this important appointment as Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister.

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