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Can YOU do more to beat this thing
August 31, 2020
Can YOU do more to beat this thing

WHILE announcing more businesses are allowed to operate beginning today under relaxed measures, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis urged people not to let their guards down especially in New Providence where COVID-19 cases remain high.

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BTVI students create costumes of bygone era
October 03, 2017
BTVI students create costumes of bygone era

Fashion students of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) are getting the opportunity to display their talents under the bright lights at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts...

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March 04, 2015
Te'ja's mission

No matter the noise in the market, there are youth who want to make a difference in the community, and are doing just that.

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October 22, 2014
Study: Weak link between Junkanoo and tourism

The results of a study just published in the International Journal of Bahamian Studies (IJBS) on the economic impact of Junkanoo show that the link between Junkanoo and tourism is weak and the expenses for Junkanoo currently outweigh the revenue.
The article, "The Economic Impact of Junkanoo in The Bahamas", was published in Volume 20(1) of the IJBS, The College of The Bahamas' online research jou...

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September 28, 2013
For love of country

Bahamian artist Nadine Munroe has combined her love of country with her love of abstract art in her first solo exhibition in more than a decade.
The mixed media work is nostalgic in its subject matter but abstract in its technique, creating a refreshing juxtaposition of yesteryear and today.
"I don't limit myself," said Munroe. "I am inspired by my surroundings."
This is obvious from her most rece...

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May 30, 2013
Bahamas back on top! Mission Catwalk clean sweep for Theodore and David

This week was deemed the most difficult week for Mission Catwalk
contestants. With only eight hours placed on the singer sewing room
clock and a surprise same day runway show. Our group of design favorites
got first hand knowledge of being push to the max.

As designers gathered around their cutting tables, show host Keneea
Linton-George presented each designer with five yards of white c...

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May 27, 2013
Bahamas back on top! Mission Catwalk clean sweep for Theodore and David

This week was deemed the most difficult week for Mission Catwalk
contestants. With only eight hours placed on the singer sewing room
clock and a surprise same day runway show. Our group of design favorites
got first hand knowledge of being push to the max.

As designers gathered around their cutting tables, show host Keneea
Linton-George presented each designer with five yards of white cotton....

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May 26, 2013
Bahamas back on top! Mission Catwalk Clean Sweep for David and Theodore

This week was deemed the most difficult week for Mission Catwalk
contestants. With only eight hours placed on the singer sewing room
clock and a surprise same day runway show. Our group of design favorites
got first hand knowledge of being push to the max.

As designers gathered around their cutting tables, show host Keneea
Linton-George presented each designer with five yards of white cotton....

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News Article

May 26, 2013
Bahamas back on top! Mission Catwalk clean sweep for Theodore and David

This week was deemed the most difficult week for Mission Catwalk
contestants. With only eight hours placed on the singer sewing room
clock and a surprise same day runway show. Our group of design favorites
got first hand knowledge of being push to the max.

As designers gathered around their cutting tables, show host Keneea
Linton-George presented each designer with five yards of white cotton....

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October 27, 2012
Thieves, vandals target businesses as Sandy passes

Inclement weather brought on by Hurricane Sandy wasn't the only cause of property damage in New Providence.
Commanding officers of the Northeastern and Central Divisions, whose districts include the business areas of Palmdale and Bay Street, reported several break-ins during the passage of the storm.
According to Superintendent Theophilus Cunningham, the head of the Northeastern division, someone ...

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