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CONCACAF kicks off first D License training course
August 12, 2013
CONCACAF kicks off first D License training course

Confederation commits to development, sets the foundation for future education programs.
The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) launched its first D License coaching course today in Mexico City, serving to reinforce the governing body's vision and commitment to education, so that the standard of the game can be raised throughout the region...

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Leadership Development Institute Gears Up for First Graduation
May 19, 2014
Leadership Development Institute Gears Up for First Graduation

150 Students Excited About A Future In Hospitality...

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August 07, 2014
Tomii Culmer's destiny

Tomacina "Tomii" Culmer was destined to wear the Miss Universe Bahamas crown. She believes her destiny was already written and that it was just for her to carry it out and make the people that she loves proud. If you go with that theory, then it was already in the cards for this Grand Bahama native to wear the Miss Universe Bahamas crown and she simply had to make it happen. And she certainly did ...

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October 27, 2014
Physical activity and the cancer patient

Historically, clinicians have advised cancer patients to rest and avoid activity, but newer research has shown that exercise is not only safe and possible during cancer treatment, but can improve how a patient functions physically, as well as his or her quality of life.
"A lot of people think that they have cancer so they're tired and should go home and rest, but that's not what the current resear...

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Remarks by The Hon. Frederick Mitchell, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Honorary Consular Corps Lucheon
December 12, 2014
Remarks by The Hon. Frederick Mitchell, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Honorary Consular Corps Lucheon

Illegal immigration has been one of the three greatest priorities of The Bahamas in this year; the other two being crime and the protection of the environment...

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GG's visit to HMBS Coral Harbour Points to Full Circle 35 years on
February 16, 2015
GG's visit to HMBS Coral Harbour Points to Full Circle 35 years on

Officers and Senior and Junior Rates of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force Friday paid tribute to their ceremonial Commander-in-Chief, Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling at HMBS Coral Harbour...

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Corporal 2453 Desmond Burrows Laid To Rest
July 29, 2008
Corporal 2453 Desmond Burrows Laid To Rest

A chestnut-colored coffin draped with the Bahamian flag attracted the stares of every eye in the packed auditorium, where solemn crowd of uniformed officers, family members, friends and fraternity brothers gathered to say their final good-byes to Corporal 2453 Desmond Burrows.

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September 23, 2010
Judo Federation sending team to Pan Am Championships

THE Bahamas Judo Federation (BJF) will be sending a team to the Juvenile Pan Am Championships in Panama on October 2.

The team (SEE page 10) was selected based on members meeting certain physical and technical criteria, their participation in an intensive summer training camp, and their tournament results in the Bahamas Open in August.

The team is preparing by training 20 hours per week under th...

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The Physical Activity That Curbs Hunger
March 09, 2011
The Physical Activity That Curbs Hunger

Sure, strength training and aerobic exercise can help you work off those extra calories. But it might also help you say no to them in the first place. Thatís just what a recent small study showed. People who lifted weights for 60 minutes - or ran on a treadmill - felt less hungry than those who didnít work out. In fact, a good workout could suppress your appetite for as long as 2 hours afterward.

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