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December 27, 2010
It's all about the brand

The conventional wisdom at business school is that you stick with what you know. Of the top 20 brands in the world, 19 ply a well-defined trade. Coca-Cola specializes in soft drinks, Microsoft in computers, Nike in sports shoes and gear. The exception in this list is Virgin – and the fact that we’re worth several billion dollars really bothers people who believe that they know “the rules of business” (whatever they are). We’re the only one of the top 20 that has diversified into a range of business activities, including airlines, trains, vacations, mobile phones, media, the Internet, financial services and health care.
We have created more billion-doll ...

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April 03, 2011
Your Weekly Computer Tips by WorldStart

The Bahamas Weekly is pleased to present

computer tips by

Get the latest Technology news, helpful computer and software tips, discounts on new gizmos and gadgets that make life easier!

This week: How to Set Up Email Aliases
in Hotmail;

MS Word:

Location and Text Wrapping in One Setting: What are Website Certificates? ;

What are those random
letters and words that show up in the subject or at the bottom of many spam

; and in the news...

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March 02, 2011
Letter: Looking at alternate energy

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I am so done. So, so one! We are so computer savvy, so informed, so educated, so naturally curious yet we allow ourselves to be sold down the wrong path. We have all that the world and universe has to offer us at our fingertips yet our own insecurities and naivety allows us to believe what others want us to rather than what we find and believe ourselves.

We all search on line for the best deals. Amazon for a book at $4.99 that was $29.99, EBay can get you a plane ticket that should cost $500 for $30 yet we still believe that solar energy is sooooo expensive that we can't possibly buy into it. We have people in the business that say that unless you can reverse into the ...

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February 06, 2011
Incest grandfather jailed for 12 years

Tribune Staff Reporter

A 57-YEAR-OLD grandfather who admitted possessing child pornography and committing incest with his granddaughter was sent to prison for 12 years yesterday.
The man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of his granddaughter, pleaded guilty earlier this week to taking nude photographs of the girl – who was 14 at the time – between June and July 13, 2009.
He also admitted to uploading the photographs onto his laptop computer.
The man also admitted to performing a sex act on his granddaughter – which constitutes incest under Bahamian law.
The grandfather told the court: “I didn...

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February 17, 2011
Miss Talented Grand Bahama 2010 and Runners Up Receive Prizes

Freeport, Grand Bahama - As
promised by the Miss Talented Grand Bahama Committee, exactly six
months after crowning a young and excited Anissa Smith as Miss Talented
Grand Bahama 2010 and Top Model Winner all of the winners were invited
to Mary Ann's for the prize giving cocktail reception.

Several sponsors, family members and invited guests joined the girls
for a night of cheerful fun and eats and gift receiving...  As promised
the committee delivered cash, laptop computers, mobile phones and
several other gift items to the queen and her first runner up, needless
to say the girls were all pleased that what was promised was delivered
as some have voiced concerns of past pageant experiences where no gifts
were received...

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December 13, 2010
Leaving the Island Sale, Grand Bahama

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island -

Leaving the Island, so Everything must go! 

Saturday, December 18th from 9am to 3pm; and

Sunday, December 19th from 9am to 12noon

Furniture, computer equipment, printers, hundreds
of movies, books, kitchen equipment, linens, storage, shelving,
decorative items, etc.

No. 3 Bentley Drive, Bahama Terrace off of Lunar Drive (near Stop and Shop)... 

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Summer Camp, Summer Classes
Summer Camp, Summer Classes

Wednesday 11th July 2012  7:30 AM

Summer Camp June 25th to July 27th Five Week Program Ages: 2yrs old- 10yrs old Hours: 7:30am-4:00PM $300 Includes Breakfast and Lunch Weekly Fee-$50 Breakfast & Lunch $20 Summer Classes Language, Maths, Reading Bible Stories, Music, Computers, Crafts, Painting, Outdoor Play, Exercise, Games, Field Trips Movies June 25th - July 27th, 2012 Ages 2-10 years Periwinkles Early Childhood Learning Centre is licensed and registered with the Ministry of Education, Pre school Division and is headed by Mrs Carol L Bullard. Register your child today! Periwinkles Early Childhood Learning Center Foxhill Rd, Nassau (5 doors from St Annes) Tel: 364. 4393 Email: Meet our qualified & trained members of Staff

Cellist Kenneth Law Pianist Christy Lee
Cellist Kenneth Law & Pianist Christy Lee

Sunday 20th January 2013  5:30 PM

Nassau Music Society 2013 Concert Season continues with Cellist Kenneth Law & Pianist Christy Lee Friday, Jan. 18, 2013 St. Paul's Church Hall, Lyford Cay Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 St. Andrew's Kirk The Nassau Music Society, under the Patronage of His Excellency, Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of The Bahamas, will continue its 2012-2013 concert season by holding 2 concerts on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013 (8PM)at St. Paul's Church Hall, Lyford Cay and on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 (5:30PM) at St. Andrew's Kirk, Shirley & Princess Street. The Society will feature Kenneth Law, cellist accompanied by Christy Lee, pianist, in an evening entitled: "Une Soirée Musicale" (a Musical Evening). The duo will interpret works from French composers such as Gabriel FAURE, Maurice RAVEL, Claude DEBUSSY, Philippe GAUBERT, Nadia BOULANGER with Christine Gangelhoff, flautist, Nicolette Turnquest & Candace Russell. TICKETS & RESERVATIONS To reserve or purchase tickets for these concerts, please contact our Box Offices which are now open at the following addresses: Logos Bookstore, Harbour Bay Shopping Centre, Tel:394-7040; Custom Computers, Cable Beach Shopping Centre, Tel: 396-1100, and Moir & Co., Lyford Cay Shopping Centre, Tel: 362-4895 or online at our website below. MASTER CLASS During his stay in Nassau, Mr Law will be a guest at the Bahamas Music Conservatory's orchestra's rehearsal on Saturday, January 19th and will offer advice to these students. Musicians or persons wishing to attend and observe this free class/session may contact Dr. Christy Lee for details on the time and venue: Click HERE to reserve & purchase tickets at the NMS website. Click HEREto view short video of Mr Law performing. Click HERE to view Ms Lee performing on a Chris Justilien piece called "Ragged Island - Deep South" along with C Force.

An Evening of Piano featuring Sophie Pacini
An Evening of Piano featuring Sophie Pacini

Saturday 5th May 2012  7:30 PM

An Evening of Piano featuring Sophie Pacini Saturday, May 5th at 7:30pm St Andrew's Kirk

The Nassau Music Society, in association with the Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild Ltd. presents an evening of piano featuring Sophie Pacini at St. Andrew's Kirk on Shirley & Princess Streets. This special concert features the 2011 winner of the Prix Groupe Edmond de Rothschild at the Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad in Switzerland. The concert is under the patronage of His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor-General of The Bahamas. Sophie's programme in The Bahamas will include works by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin et Schumann. Get your tickets now as seating is limited. Box Offices: A.D. Hanna & Co. Deveaux Street, Tel: 322-8306; Logos Bookstore, Harbour Bay, Tel: 394-7040; Custom Computers, Cable Beach, Tel: 396-1100; Moir & Co. Lyford Cay, Tel: 362-4895 or online at our website. ClickHERE for the Nassau Music Society website to reserve tickets today.