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The Economy Is “Foul”
July 29, 2008

Chairman of the board of Sunshine Holdings Franklyn Wilson says that, the state of the Bahamian economy is "foul".

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Four Tourists Taken To PMH After Surrey Accident
August 07, 2008
Four Tourists Taken To PMH After Surrey Accident

A surrey ride for a family of four visitors was cut short yesterday after the tourists were tossed into a busy downtown street by a spooked horse.

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Draft National Drug Plan Complete
August 22, 2008
Draft National Drug Plan Complete

Bahamian citizens battling non-communicable diseases, such as cancer and high blood pressure, could soon see significant reductions in the price of pre scri ption drugs, as the government inches closer to implementing the National Chronic Disease Management Pre scri ption Drug Plan (NCDMPDP).

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PLP Report Addresses Ingraham Factor
August 27, 2008
PLP Report Addresses Ingraham Factor

The 2007 general election was driven in large part by the comparison between Hubert Ingraham's perceived "straight-talking, forceful" style and Perry Christie's "weak and indecisive" image, according to a secret post-election survey.

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September 12, 2008
Goverment May table Order To Help Inagua

Some more relief may be on the way for Inagua residents who were victims of Hurricane Ike. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said the government will most likely table an exigency order in the House of Assembly, sometime soon.

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Minister Orders Students Registered
September 15, 2008
Minister Orders Students Registered

The practice by some public schools of barring students from attending school because their parents or guardians cannot pay school-imposed "registration" and other fees must cease immediately, education minister Carl Bethel ordered over the weekend.

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US government in 85bn AIG rescue bid
September 17, 2008
US government in $85bn AIG rescue bid

The US Government is stepping in with a $85 billion rescue package to prevent the world's biggest insurance company from going under. (VIDEO NEWS INCLUDED)

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BUT Belinda Wilson Speak Out Over School Fees
September 22, 2008
BUT Belinda Wilson Speak Out Over School Fees

President of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Belinda Wilson has taken exception to remarks made by the Minister of Education Carl Bethel that all public school students must be allowed to attend school even if certain fees are not paid.

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September 25, 2008
Murder Accused Had Drugs

The Crown is expected on Monday to wrap up its case in the trial of two brothers accused of murdering Mario Miller.

Mario Miller was found brutally stabbed to death in bushes near Super Value in Winton on June 22, 2002. According to reports, Miller was stabbed 18 times about the body.

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BMC Bldg 7M Over Budget
October 01, 2008
BMC Bldg $7M Over Budget

The new Bahamas Mortgage Corporation building that is under construction on John F. Kennedy Drive has a cost overrun of more that $7 million, according to Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham.

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Bahamian economy will feel the impact
October 03, 2008
Bahamian economy will feel the impact

The Bahamian economy will likely feel the impact in the coming months from a 'crisis of confidence' gripping U.S. consumers, according to business experts who participated in a special economic forum last night. But they said the right action by authorities could ensure a softer landing.

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John McCain struggles to derail Barack Obama
October 08, 2008
John McCain struggles to derail Barack Obama

John McCain came here Tuesday hoping the second presidential debate would help him jar loose a campaign that for the past three weeks has been about the economy, the economy and the economy.

He didn't get his wish.

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Junkanoo groups welcome corporate support
December 04, 2008
Junkanoo groups welcome corporate support

The leaders of 14 Junkanoo groups accepted cheque donations from a noted corporate sponsor to assist with preparations for the upcoming Boxing and New Year’s Day parades – donations lauded by the Minister with responsibility for Junkanoo.

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DPM tells Oxford Business Group Bahamas economy stable
December 05, 2008
DPM tells Oxford Business Group Bahamas economy stable

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs the Hon. Brent Symonette met with Oxford Business Group representatives for ‘The Report: Bahamas 2009’ to give an insight into the Bahamian economy in the face of a global recession.

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McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes partner with Oxford Business Group for The Report: The Bahamas 2009
December 11, 2008
McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes partner with Oxford Business Group for The Report: The Bahamas 2009

McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes, the leading international Bahamian law firm, has signed an agreement with Oxford Business Group (OBG), the highly acclaimed global publishing, research and consultancy firm, to act, as official legal research partner for The Report: The Bahamas 2009.

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Resolution passed for LPIA redevelopment
December 12, 2008
Resolution passed for LPIA redevelopment

Contribution to Debate on a Resolution to Assume $50 million of the Debt of the Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) for the Redevelopment of the Lynden Pindling International Airport

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Ministry of Agriculture considering several initiatives to strengthen food security in the country
January 13, 2009
Ministry of Agriculture considering several initiatives to strengthen food security in the country

The Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources is considering a direct intervention in the management of commercial food stocks to foster the maintenance of minimum levels of certain critical items for up to 12 weeks to ensure availability in the event of a disruption of supplies.

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Bahamas working to cut food import bill
March 01, 2009
Bahamas working to cut food import bill

Recognising the extensive import food bill and the shortages experienced after each hurricane, The Bahamas has embarked on a mission to grow as much of its food as possible, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources the Hon. Lawrence Cartwright said at the opening of the 2nd Annual Agricultural, Marine Resources and Agribusiness Expo.

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Abaco real estate couple buck realty trends
March 03, 2009
Abaco real estate couple buck realty trends

At a time when real estate agents in the US are bailing, looking for jobs in any industry that has a better shot at steady income than theirs, one Abaco couple is digging their heels in, and moving up not out.

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Legislation imminent for unemployment benefit programme
March 03, 2009
Legislation imminent for unemployment benefit programme

Legislation for the implementation of an unemployment benefit programme is expected to be brought to Parliament this month, with plans by the Government also underway to launch prescription drug programmes to assist the elderly, indigent and sufferers of chronic non-communicable diseases, Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham told Parliament Monday.

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Government to provide even greater access to healthcare
April 08, 2009
Government to provide even greater access to healthcare

The Government of The Bahamas is in the midst of an ambitious drive to provide even greater access to healthcare and health institutions for all Bahamians, Health Minister Dr. the Hon. Hubert Minnis said in his address to the monthly meeting of the Nurses Association of The Bahamas Monday.

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Hands For Hunger teams up with local chefs for 'Paradise Plates'
April 10, 2009
Hands For Hunger teams up with local chefs for 'Paradise Plates'

Hands For Hunger, the non-profit, humanitarian organization committed to the elimination of hunger and the reduction of food waste in The Bahamas is teaming up with local chefs for its first annual fundraiser entitled “Paradise Plates.”

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Abaco Markets Chairman and Vice-Chairman set to retire - nominating a new generation of leaders to move company ahead
April 30, 2009
Abaco Markets Chairman and Vice-Chairman set to retire - nominating a new generation of leaders to move company ahead

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Abaco Markets Limited Chairman R. Craig Symonette and Vice-Chairman Frank Crothers are set to retire from their respective positions after 20 years – recently indicating that they will not offer themselves for those positions at the Company’s next Annual General Meeting.

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Unemployment benefit payments to begin May 4
May 01, 2009
Unemployment benefit payments to begin May 4

Resolution to Amend the National Insurance Benefit and Assistance Regulations (Unemployment Benefit Scheme) by Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham

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National Security Minister urges Bahamians to become knowledgeable with new communications regime
May 06, 2009
National Security Minister urges Bahamians to become knowledgeable with new communications regime

CONTRIBUTION ON A BILL FOR AN ACT TO PROVIDE COMMUNICATION SERVICES
HON. TOMMY TURNQUEST, MP
May 6, 2009

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Grand Bahama businesses help sponsor soccer camp
May 27, 2009
Grand Bahama businesses help sponsor soccer camp

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Big-hearted Freeport businessmen may be finding the economy tough but are still ready to help out those less fortunate than themselves.

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Prime Minister outlines protection of policyholders and annuitants of Clico
May 27, 2009
Prime Minister outlines protection of policyholders and annuitants of Clico

Communication to Parliament on Clico (Bahamas) Ltd. by Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham, Prime Minister

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GBPA President kicks off youth soccer camp
June 23, 2009
GBPA President kicks off youth soccer camp

Port Authority president Ian Rolle had a fun start to his work week this week.

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