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Bahamas Development Bank
Banks,Government Offices
  • West Bay Street, Cable Beach
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
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Bahamas Development Bank
Banks
  • Suites 7 & 8 Jasmine Corporate Centre East Sunrise
  • Freeport
  • Grand Bahama, Bahamas
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Bahamas Development Bank
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  • Queen Elizabeth Dr
  • Marsh Harbour
  • Abaco, Bahamas
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Quality Bahamian Straw
Straw Goods,Handbags
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
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February 14, 2014
The Hook Up

New ProvidenceHEART BALL: The 50th Annual Heart Ball will be held on Saturday, February 15 at the Melia Resort. Cocktails are 7:15 p.m. with dinner at 8:30 p.m.FESTIVAL RUM BAHAMAS: Festival Rum Bahamas, February 21-23 at Fort Charlotte, is an enticing mixture of local, regional and international rum exhibitors. During the three-day festival there will be product sampling, master classes on rum, b...

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December 14, 2010
Lustre

By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer

NOT every piece of jewelry had a predetermined finish. Sometimes she sketches a design and other times she lets her imagination take control.

However Nadia Campbell's discipline in the craft allows her to put her vision of each trinket on a piece of paper. Afterwards she translates this same vision onto a bead board, where she matches semi-precious ston...

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November 26, 2011
A Bahamian Christmas

Most Bahamians take for granted the sea shell that they walk on at the beach.  But in the hands of Miralee Rose, the sea shell becomes even more beautiful as she turns that simple shell into an angel Christmas tree ornament.

"People always compliment me on my shellwork but when they see what I can do for Christmas, it blows them away," says Rose. "It amazes them to see what you can do with s...

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May 18, 2012
A spirit of survival

It's an event to celebrate cancer survivors which means somber and dour aren't welcome. And with performances by Visage and the Royal Bahamas Police Force and Defence Force Pop Bands, sitting down demurely at a table at the Cancer Society Gala Ball will definitely be a faux pas.
"This event is about getting up on your feet and being thankful for being alive," said Gina Rolle, vice-chairman of the ...

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