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Caribbean/US Security Cooperation Dialog Remarks.
November 10, 2011
Caribbean/US Security Cooperation Dialog Remarks.

Remarks by
Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham
Prime Minister
2nd Caribbean-United States Security Cooperation Dialogue
Nassau, Bahamas
10th November, 2011

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BTC On Target For Flagship Store Opening
November 11, 2011
BTC On Target For Flagship Store Opening

BTC officials announced today they are on target for a December 1 opening of the company's new flagship store at the Mall at Marathon, a 6,500-square foot facility they pledge will transform doing business with the telecom company.

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Heavy D's BIG heart touches Bahamian artists
November 14, 2011
Heavy D's BIG heart touches Bahamian artists

Nassau, Bahamas - As the sad news of the recent and unexpected death of Jamaican-American rapper Heavy D travels across the globe, the affects of his death are hitting close to the heart for two artists in The Bahamas.

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Bel CantoTo Perform at St. Andrew’s, The Kirk.
November 19, 2011

Bel Canto will be presenting its 2011 Christmas performances at St. Andrew’s, The Kirk on Saturday, Dec 3rd at 7:15pm and Sunday Dec 4th at 6:00pm. Tickets are $75 and $25 respectively. This year's concerts are held under the Patronage of His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of The Bahamas, and Joan Lady Foulkes. This year’s Theme is “Let there Be Peace on Earth”. The Bel Canto S...

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November 21, 2011
Who Will Win The Next General Elections

"There's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip'. Erasmus

I am frequently asked by individuals of different political persuasions and backgrounds, "who do you think will win the general elections and form the next government of The Bahamas?" 

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November 22, 2011
Union disgruntled with Bahamasair, other entities, over contracts

The Public Managers Union yesterday expressed frustration in what it reported were stalled negotiations for new industrial agreements for its members at Bahamasair, the College of The Bahamas and the National Insurance Board.
Leslie Munnings, second vice president of the union, said, "I'm not sure how much longer the union can continue to just provide [members] with updates for them to be satisfie...

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BTC Names Its Sponser Of Junkanoo Parades
November 23, 2011
BTC Names Its Sponser Of Junkanoo Parades

Junkanoo -- the festival that stands at the pinnacle of Bahamian cultural expression -- took an historic leap forward today when organizers had announced that BTC had stepped up to the gate with a total of $206,000 in contributions to underwrite a major portion of the expense of the junior and senior parades and for the first time the company will provide to all choreographed dancers in the A&B cl...

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November 24, 2011
Advent Is about 'Cleaning House' And Making Ready For A Special Guest

Christians should always be in a state of readiness, but just in case, now is the time people should definitely be "cleaning house," and buying new things, readying themselves for a special guest who is coming to town.

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PM's Full Statement On Changes At Resort
November 30, 2011
PM's Full Statement On Changes At Resort

EXPRESSING the "thanks of the Government and the people of the Bahamas" for Sir Sol Kerzner's contribution to this country, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday announced Kerzner International's reorganisation of its business operations, which will also affect the Bahamas.

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McDonald’s on Track with Ferguson-McKenzie for World Children’s Day
November 30, 2011

On the eve of another World Children’s Day, the golden arches of McDonalds in downtown Nassau opened its doors with Golden Girl Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie at the till and ready to go. “Welcome to McDonald’s. May I take your order please?” she said repeatedly, smiling. With the same gusto, class and grace that have become her signature traits on the track, the 4-time Olympian and Gold-medallist greet...

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December 02, 2011
Our pillars need a Bahamian foundation

Renward Wells, the PLP candidate for Bamboo Town, is ready for his DNA opponent Branville McCartney.Why? According to Wells, he knows the issues, and McCartney just wants to be prime minister.

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PM Says Fire is Catastrophic
December 03, 2011
PM Says Fire is Catastrophic

Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday described the fire that destroyed the makeshift straw market, the historic Pompey Museum and other businesses in the downtown area as "catastrophic".

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BBFF Hands Out Year-end Awards
December 07, 2011
BBFF Hands Out Year-end Awards

Grand Bahama completely dominated the awards presentation of the Bahamas Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (BBFF) this year, taking all but one of the athlete of the year awards.  According to BBFF President Danny Sumner, the feat is unprecedented, showing how far The Bahamas has progressed in the sport.

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December 05, 2011
Outrage over UK's 8 'airlift tax' rise for the Caribbean

Caribbean hoteliers yesterday expressed outrage over the UK's decision not to change its Air Passenger Duty (APD) banding structure, with the 8 per cent increase set to be imposed from April 2012 increasing airlift (access) costs to the Bahamas for European and British visitors.

The move impacts about 8 per cent of the Bahamas' total stopover visitors, and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Associat...

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December 07, 2011
Using Formal vs informal speech at work

Many languages have two forms; the
standard and then a variation of colloquialism, dialect and slang which
is indigenous to specific regions and groups of people. In the Bahamas,
though we speak English, we have our own dialect and colloquialism that
we as a people recognize as part of our Bahamian culture. Our unique
accent and phrasing is what makes our speech colorful and expressive.
Dial...

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December 08, 2011
Along Life's Road

Lord, teach us to pray.
Luke 11:1
 
Whether it is openly expressed or inwardly digested, all of us have needs of one kind or another, many of which cannot be found in any of the aisles of supermarkets or ordered from international mail order houses. 

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BCCEC Chairman Urges Reform to Fire Codes
December 09, 2011
BCCEC Chairman Urges Reform to Fire Codes

The chairman of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation (BCCEC) says downtown Nassau must rethink its building codes before more local businesses go up in smoke.

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December 08, 2011
Using Formal vs informal speech at work

Many languages have two forms; the
standard and then a variation of colloquialism, dialect and slang which
is indigenous to specific regions and groups of people. In the Bahamas,
though we speak English, we have our own dialect and colloquialism that
we as a people recognize as part of our Bahamian culture. Our unique
accent and phrasing is what makes our speech colorful and expressive.
Dial...

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December 12, 2011
The rights of the Party and Leaders

In the weeks and months to come, as the political parties officially name their candidates, there will be much name calling and complaining.  Men and women who thought for decades that their parties and leaders were great will, after being denied nominations, think they are threats to The Bahamas.

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December 14, 2011
Bahamas Express To Commence Operations Friday, December 16th, 2011

Bahamas Express is pleased to announce it will commence operations of its line between Fort Lauderdale and Grand Bahama Island starting on Friday, December 16th, 2011.

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