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UPDATED: Dispute goes on as families pick up pieces after demolition

January 25, 2016

A LOCAL attorney claims that his family's rightful ownership of embattled land in the Prince Charles Drive area was justification for the property's demolition, which left dozens of beneficiaries of a local outreach organisation displaced.

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Family's rightful ownership of land justifies demolition

January 22, 2016

A LOCAL attorney claims that his family’s rightful ownership of embattled land in the Prince Charles Drive area was justification for the property’s demolition, which left dozens of beneficiaries of a local outreach organisation displaced.

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'Tiger' Finlayson's wife wins 280,000 condo

January 18, 2016

A $280,000 condominium in the new Venetian West community - the grand prize in a three-month promotion run by BTC, Island Luck and Brickell Management - has been won by Lady Rowena Finlayson, wife of businessman Sir Garet 'Tiger' Finlayson.

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Lady Finlayson wins BTC condo

January 18, 2016

For the second year in a row, BTC gave away a home to participating customers as a part of its text-to-win and Christmas promotions.

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New smart cam can distinguish between cats, cat burglars and cars
New smart cam can distinguish between cats, cat burglars and cars

January 11, 2016

Netatmo announced a smart security camera and floodlight combo at CES 2016.

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Minnis says Bahamas poised for change
Minnis says Bahamas poised for change

January 06, 2016

Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said last night the country has faced numerous challenges in 2015 and encouraged Bahamians to join the party in 2016 and effect change in the country.

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COB students design hurricane-resistant affordable cottages
COB students design hurricane-resistant affordable cottages

January 05, 2016

COB Architecture students, under the mentorship of Prof. Marga Jann, have designed some remarkable prototypical, sustainable, hurricane-resistant affordable cottages as part of a community service project for the Adventure Learning Camp in South Beach.

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Mortgages outstanding at 3.3B, personal loans grow
Mortgages outstanding at 3.3B, personal loans grow

January 04, 2016

The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) reported in its September quarterly economic report (QER), which was released this week, that personal loans and both consumer and residential mortgages grew; with respect to mortgages in particular, the value of mortgages outstanding grew for the second straight year, to $3.3 billion.

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Alpha Kappa Alphas in ongoing Hurricane Joaquin relief efforts
Alpha Kappa Alphas in ongoing Hurricane Joaquin relief efforts

December 28, 2015

The three Bahamian chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha(AKA) Sorority Inc. came together to introduce Project Hope under the theme "Launching new dimensions of relief".

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Contest winner gets a home for the holidays
Contest winner gets a home for the holidays

December 23, 2015

Nesbitt Smith is officially going home for the holidays.

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Staying the course

December 21, 2015

Although their stories have faded from headlines, HeadKnowles organizers Lia Head and Gina Knowles are urging citizens to remember the thousands of people still "suffering" more than two months after Hurricane Joaquin pummeled the central and southern Bahamas.

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Moss seeking to table homeowners bill amendments

December 21, 2015

United Democratic Party (UDP) Leader Greg Moss hopes to table amendments to the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act which will, among other things, give Bahamian courts significant powers over mortgages.

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Moore Bahamas Foundation to partner to rebuild 'heart and heartbeat' of Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Cay
Moore Bahamas Foundation to partner to rebuild 'heart and heartbeat' of Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Cay

December 20, 2015

Louis Bacon's Moore Bahamas Foundation has announced that the Bahamas Hurricane Restoration Fund is the third and final recipient of an overall $250,000 commitment to help the remote southern islands of The Bahamas recover from the devastation of Hurricane Joaquin.

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'Overwhelming' response to One Ocean condominiums

December 16, 2015

The developers of the renovated One Ocean condominium project have welcomed an "overwhelming" response to the Paradise Island development as they plan to double their workforce in 2016.

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Palm Cay unveils Phase 3 condo design
Palm Cay unveils Phase 3 condo design

December 16, 2015

The popular beachfront and marina community of Palm Cay on New Providence's southeastern coast is unveiling a new design for one of its most competitively priced residential offerings --two and three bedroom single level condos accessible by elevator for well under $500,000.

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Don't miss your chance to save 50 off before the end of the year!
Don't miss your chance to save 50% off before the end of the year!

December 15, 2015

Choose a water system that is safe and reliable, consider signing up with WSC today!

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Your green tip of the week: free solar pool heating this winter

December 13, 2015

How many Bahamians own a pool? We enjoy pool parties, family and fun in the water, swimming for exercise or just relaxing.

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National Disaster Reconstruction Committee to provide support to hurrican damaged islands

December 07, 2015

The business community throughout the settlements of Long Island were among the hardest hit as a result of the devastation of Hurricane Joaquin.

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New mobile homes for Crooked Island and Long Island
New mobile homes for Crooked Island and Long Island

December 02, 2015

NEMA and Social Services earmark four RV Mobile Homes for Crooked Island to assist persons whose homes were completely destroyed by Hurricane Joaquin; and three trailer homes for families in Long Island.

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New homes on the horizon for hurricane devastated islands

December 02, 2015

Approximately 60 new one, two- and three- bedroom homes are on the drawing board for residents in the southeast islands wiped out as a result of Hurricane Joaquin.

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