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Haitian Embassy: Five moved
Haitian Embassy: Five moved

August 16, 2019

FORMER Haitian Embassy Chargé d’Affaires François Michel yesterday confirmed his replacement will be Dorval Darlier, former minister counselor to the Nassau Embassy.

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American leads reef restoration project
American leads reef restoration project

August 16, 2019

AMERICAN Steve Wilson loves to visit Grand Bahama, but he took his love of the island to another level when he spearheaded a reef restoration and coastal clean up in McLean's Town, East Grand Bahama. In addition to the clean up exercise, he also mad

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28-year-old accused of stabbing man to death
28-year-old accused of stabbing man to death

August 16, 2019

A 28-year-old man accused of stabbing another man to death in the Pinewood Gardens area in June will appear before a Supreme Court judge in a month's time.

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PHA dismisses claims over postponed talks
PHA dismisses claims over postponed talks

August 16, 2019

THE Public Hospitals Authority released a statement yesterday dismissing the claims of Bahamas Public Services Union president Kimsley Ferguson concerning "postponed" negotiations.

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6th ANNUAL HACK<IT> BAHAMAS 2019 STEM CAMP KICKS OFF AUGUST 13th IN NASSAU AT ST. ANDREW’S SCHOOL

August 15, 2019

The 6th annual Hack Bahamas STEM camp 2019, kicks off today, August 13 for five days at St. Andrew’s School...

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Activists in court after joint raid
Activists in court after joint raid

August 15, 2019

RIGHTS Bahamas chairperson Mona Agenor, her teenage daughter, and two other persons with Haitian roots were charged yesterday with being antagonistic towards immigration and police officers during a joint raid last month. Agenor, 37, was charged befo

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Dominican woman denies human trafficking charges
Dominican woman denies human trafficking charges

August 15, 2019

A 37-year-old Dominican woman yesterday denied allegations she smuggled a woman into the country eight months ago, and withheld the woman's passport as a means of exploitation.

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We Left Plan For Sustainable Power, Insists Former PM
We Left Plan For Sustainable Power, Insists Former PM

August 15, 2019

FORMER Prime Minister Perry Christie is adamant the Progressive Liberal Party left in place a plan that provided both short and long-term strategies for sustainable power generation, as he urged officials to fix the ongoing crisis quickly...

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Campbell Visits Social Services Pitt Road Centre

August 15, 2019

Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, the Hon. Frankie A. Campbell, Wednesday toured the facilities at the Pitt Road Outreach Centre where he met with staff of the Department of Social Services. Minister Campbell also met with clients of the Outreach Centre.

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DPM Announces Customs Modernization

August 15, 2019

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Hon. K. Peter Turnquest (pictured at left) recently launched the new look and operation of Customs with announcement of the Bahamas Customs and Excise Department’s public education campaign for the Customs Modernization Initiative...

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SERVING TOGETHER TO END HUNGER

August 15, 2019

They donned hairnets, aprons, gloves and warm smiles – their mission – to feed 3,500 people! Twenty staffers of CIBC FirstCaribbean recently teamed up with the Bahamas National Feeding Network to take part in their national feeding programme.

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Australian High Commissioner Makes Farewell Courtesy Call on the Governor General

August 15, 2019

His Excellency John Pilbeam, Australian High Commissioner, made a farewell courtesy call upon His Excellency the Most Hon. Cornelius A. Smith...

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Investar Reports Titan Fund’s Offer ‘Met Every Expectation & More’

August 15, 2019

Investar Securities executives reported yesterday the launch of the firm’s Titan Balanced Fund “met every expectation and more,” attracting more than 1,000 investors, many of them first-time entrants into financial markets.

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Bowl Game Sponsorship Delivers Big Win for Elk Grove Village

August 15, 2019

Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl exposure prompts national travel stop network to invest in Elk Grove Village...

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Campbell Heads Into Second Year of Tenure Full of Optimism
Campbell Heads Into Second Year of Tenure ‘Full of Optimism’

August 15, 2019

Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, the Hon. Frankie Campbell, headed into year two of his tenure full of optimism about the many possibilities that lay ahead for ministry and department officials to effect positive social change throughout the Commonwealth...

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Children of Yamacraw's Summer Programme Welcomed at Government House

August 15, 2019

His Excellency, the Most Hon. Cornelius A. Smith, Governor General, welcomed children of the Yamacraw Constituency Summer Programme...

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MInister Elsworth Johnson Paid Courtesy Call on the Governor General

August 15, 2019

The Hon. Elsworth Johnson, Minister of Financial Services, Trade & Industry and Immigration (left) paid a courtesy call on Governor General.

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PHA MOURNS PASSING OF DR. KATRICE MAYCOCK, SENIOR HOUSE OFFICER, GBHS

August 15, 2019

The Public Hospitals Authority is deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Katrice Maycock, Senior House Officer at the Grand Bahama Health Services (GBHS).

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Australia's High Commissioner Paid a Farewell Call on Minister Henfield

August 15, 2019

High Commissioner of Australia, His Excellency John Pilbeam (left) paid a farewell call on the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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She is Shara J
She is Shara J

August 15, 2019

Bahamian gospel artist Shara "Shara J" Johnson has been nominated for three Music Love Awards - Praise and Worship Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year and Song of the Year, for her single, "While I Wait"...

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