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Lignum Institute Microsoft Word Excel
Lignum Institute "Microsoft Word & Excel"

Friday 2nd March 2012  6:00 AM

Lignum Institute Of Technology Course Schedule Microsoft Word & Excel March 2nd, 2012 (6 weeks) friday's only 6am-8pm Lignum Training Institute We provide training from project and risk management to customer service, computer training and other technical training. Harbour Bay Shopping Plaza Tel: 393-2164 Fax: 394-4971


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Teens accused of series of robberies

Two teenagers accused of a series of robberies across New Providence were arraigned before a magistrate yesterday.
Raymond Pratt Jr, 18, of Fourth Street, Coconut Grove, and Roderick Strachan, 19, are accused of the attempted robbery of?Super Wash, Robinson Road on November 17.
They are also accused of the attempted robbery of Eugene Coakley and the robbery of Charles Sweeting. Sweeting's wallet, containing $50, was stolen. Pratt is accused of receiving Sweeting's property.
Pratt alone is accused of robbing Sabrina Heastie on September 9 of $2,500, three cell phones, sneakers and a laptop computer that belonged to the Sport House.
Pratt is further accused of robbing Dorcell McKinney of his ...

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Two members of Jamaican star's entourage admit brawl involvement

By NATARIO McKENZIE

Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

TWO members from the entourage of Jamaican dancehall star Adijah 'Vybz Kartel' Palmer yesterday admitted being involved in a brawl at Lynden Pindling International Airport on Monday.

Ainsley Morris, 24, and Lenburgh McDondald, 26, both of St Catherine's, Jamaica, pleaded guilty before Magistrate Ancella Evans-Williams to causing harm to Spirit airlines pilot Tameko Bannister.

They also pleaded guilty to damaging his $600 HP laptop computer, $400 Ipod and a $250 pair of Oakley shades.

Morris and McDonald, who were a part of Palmer's entourage, were scheduled to leave Nassau for Jamaica at 2.10pm Mond ...

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Summer Camp, Summer Classes
Summer Camp, Summer Classes

Tuesday 26th June 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: periwinkleseclc@coralwave.com Meet our qualified & trained members of Staff


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Summer Camp, Summer Classes
Summer Camp, Summer Classes

Monday 25th June 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: periwinkleseclc@coralwave.com Meet our qualified & trained members of Staff


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Warren Buffett Offers One Of The Best Quotes About The US Debt Ceiling
Warren Buffett Offers One Of The Best Quotes About The US Debt Ceiling

Warren Buffett, said in a recent interview with CNBC, offered one of the best quotes about the debt ceiling: "I could end the deficit in 5 minutes," he told CNBC. "You just pass a law that says that anytime there is a deficit of more than 3% of GDP, all sitting members of Congress are ineligible for re-election.

The 26th amendment (granting the right to vote for 18 year-olds) took only 3 months & 8 days to be ratified! Why? Simple! The people demanded it. That was in 1971 - before computers, e-mail, cell phones, etc.

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Bel Canto Singers: Music for All Times V

Saturday 19th May 2012  8:00 PM

Bel Canto Singers: Music for All Times V This Saturday and Sunday May 19 & 20, 2012 St. Andrew's Kirk, Nassau Under the patronage of His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor-General of The Bahamas, and Lady Joan Foulkes, The Bel Canto Singers presents "Music for All Times V". Directed by Eldridge McPhee, this concert offers the audience a consortium of exciting music which will feature arrangements by modern composers such as Bahamian K. Quincy Parker with his original composition "Gloria" and Morten Lauriden's "Lux Aeterna". Opera buffs will be delighted by Bel Canto's renditions of "The Easter Hymn" from Pietro Mascagni as well as the beautiful six- and eight-part arrangements of well known anthems and spirituals that express the rich and robust singing style that this 16-member vocal ensemble is well known for.

Guest Singer Kristina Lewis The Bel Canto Singers is pleased to present American mezzo soprano, Kristina Lewis, and a string ensemble and percussion. Both Ms Lewis and the string ensemble are from the Peabody Conservatory of Music – Johns Hopkins University in Maryland and the percussionist is from the RBDF. Tickets are $25 and available at Custom Computers in Cable Beach and Harbour Bay as well as Logos Bookstore at Harbour Bay. Click HERE to view the Bel Canto Singers website.


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The Nassau Music Society - An Evening of Classical Guitar

Friday 27th January 2012  8:00 PM

The Nassau Music Society - An Evening of Classical Guitar Friday, January 27th and Sunday, January 29th, 2012 The Nassau Music Society continues its 2011-2012 Season with two evenings of classical guitar featuring Marco Tamayo and Anabel Montesinos, well-known, young musicians in the world of classical guitar. These concerts take place Friday, January 27th, 2012 at 8pm at The Bahamas Historical Society on Shirley St. & Elizabeth Avenue and on Sunday, January 29th, 2012 at 5:30pm at St. Paul's Church Hall in Lyford Cay. These concerts are under the patronage of His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of The Bahamas and are sponsored by Société Générale Private Banking, Pictet, Royal Star Assurance and Colina Insurance Limited. Winner of major International Guitar Competitions such as the Michele Pittaluga Intl. Guitar Competition in 1999 and the Andrés Segovia Intl. Guitar Competition in Granada, Spain, Marco Tamayo performed concerts with the Chamber Orchestra of St. Petersburg, the Philarmonic of Torino under the baton of Paolo Ferrara, the Chamber Orchestra of Aix-en-Provence (France), under the baton of Philip Bender, the Philarmonic of Tampere (Finland), the Philarmonic of La Habana under the baton of Leo Brouwer and the TransArt Orchestra of Salzburg conducted by Kurt Redel. Anabel Montesinos, one of the most important personalities in the world of classical guitar, was described as a "promising star of the classical guitar" by Antón García Abril, after he heard her play at the age of fifteen. She is the winner of several international competitions such as the renowned "Francisco Tarrega" competition in Spain or the "Michele Pittaluga" in Italy. Her musical style, taste and choices of interpretation have charmed the audience at each performance. Both musicians are expected to hold a Master Class for classical guitarists. The date, time and venue will be announced shortly. Persons wishing to participate or attend should contact Italia Watkins-Jan at the Nassau Music Society at admin@nassaumusicsociety.org or Dr. Christy Lee at docchristy@gmail.com by Wednesday, January 25th, 2012. Box Offices: A.D. Hanna & Co., Deveaux Street; Custom Computers, Cable Beach Shopping Centre; Logos Bookstore Harbour Bay Shopping Centre; and Moir & Co., Lyford Cay Shopping Centre. Tickets: Members: $25; Non-Members: $35; Students with valid ID: $10. Tickets cost an extra $5 if purchased at the door. Click HERE to to reserve tickets online now. Click HERE to view The Nassau Music Society's website.


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GB MP raises alarm on crime

Pointing to the rise in murders on Grand Bahama, Central Grand Bahama Member of Parliament Neko Grant said yesterday he is "very concerned" about crime on that island.
"[There were] three murders in 36 hours, four within a week, six so far in 2014 and we're just in the fifth month of the year," he said during debate on the Medical Bill in the House of Assembly.
"The six murders for 2014 so far exceed the murder count for 2013 in its entirety. This certainly is a reason for much concern."
In 2013, Grand Bahama recorded five murders, according to police.
The Grand Bahama murder victims include a British man who was visiting his mother. Edgar George Dart, 56, was shot dead in a home invasion at Emerald Cay.
The crime was widely reported in the British press.
Following a spate of murders on that island earlier this year, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade told The Nassau Guardian there are "no concerns about anything happening in Grand Bahama".
However, he later backtracked from that statement.
"We have had murders recently in Grand Bahama, which are cause for concern and they are being investigated," he told reporters two weeks after he made his initial statement.
Grant said more needs to be done to "suffocate crime". He noted that violence in New Providence is also a cause for concern.
"Our medical facilities are stretched to the limit," he said.
"The violent crimes contribute greatly to this. There is no sign in crime being suffocated. As a matter of fact, it would appear that crime is breathing pure oxygen.
"Here in New Providence, there has been a murder almost every day for the past two weeks. Not a day goes by without a crime being committed."
Grant also criticized the police for seizing Free National Movement Chairman Darron Cash's laptops and smartphone in the midst of the crime wave.
"With all the violent crimes on New Providence, it is most interesting that senior members of the police force can find the time to confiscate the cell phone and computer of the chairman of the Free National Movement.
"Would not their time be better spent seeking to break the back of crime or to suffocate it as the right honorable prime minister declared he would do? Would their time not be better spent winning the crime war?"
Last Thursday, police showed up at Cash's Cable Beach home and seized the items as part of an ongoing probe into a reported leak of confidential data from Bank of The Bahamas.
Cash denied that he or his wife, who is employed at the bank, were involved in the alleged leak.

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