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Sandals Encourages Its Team To Shoot For The Stars
September 24, 2015
Sandals Encourages Its Team To Shoot For The Stars

When Sony Boa returns to Sandals Royal Bahamian from Jamaica, he will be a certified dive instructor.

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April 10, 2014
We could be famous for our culture

Dear Editor,
Culture - we live with it everyday but we hardly see it. It takes a little shake to wake us up to what is around us. The weekend's Transforming Spaces tour gave the population a great opportunity to see what the world of art was up to. It was a terrific day of soaking in culture and being forced to process things in a different, more thoughtful way.
Funny that one of the most shocking...

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‘Ride The Wave’ To Grand Lucayan, Bahamas And Get Credit For The Journey
May 15, 2013

Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas – May 15, 2013 – No matter which way guests arrive, be it riding a wave by boat or by a quick direct flight from the nearby mainland, Grand Lucayan, Bahamas wants its travelers to get the most out of their journey. As the closest major Caribbean meetings resort to the United States, located just 55-miles off the coast of Florida, Grand Lucayan’s Ride the Wave Package o...

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September 26, 2011
Enough is enough

Dear Editor,

Thank you for giving me space to comment on recent events. I watch and wonder what does it take to get a Bahamian to rise from his lounge chair on the beach and say, enough is enough, and I am not taking anymore. Injustice, crime and decay and we just coast along.

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September 23, 2011
What does it take to say 'enough is enough'

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I WATCH and wonder what does it take to get a Bahamian to rise from his lounge chair on the beach and say, enough is enough, and I am not taking anymore.

Injustice, crime and decay and we just coast along.

The fact that a pregnant woman can be brutally murdered in this country and the infant is not considered to be a human being or to have been murdered ought to make us all...

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August 22, 2011
Hurricane Irene Bringing Tons of Rain

Hurricane Irene, now a Category 2, will bring more rain and wind to the north shore of Hispaniola Monday night.

Powerful Hurricane Irene cut a destructive path through the Caribbean on Monday, raking Puerto Rico with strong winds and rain and then spinning just north of the Dominican Republic on a track that could carry it to the U.S. Southeast as a major storm by the end of the week.

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June 24, 2011
Hop on the party bus and celebrate Bahamian independence in the ATL with RAPPQuelle and SosaMan Major

Looking to celebrate independence just a little differently this year?  Then you need to hop on the #WeaReUp Party Bus that will leave Miami, Florida on Sunday, July 7 and travel to Atlanta, Georgia, to celebrate the country's 38th birthday in grand style with Bahamians resident in Georgia.

It's in the Peachtree state that Bahamian rap artists RAPPQuelle and SosaMan Major will help Bahamians re...

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November 02, 2012
Speed Week Pumps Nearly 1M Into Economy

Less than one month before exotic and classic race cars from the U.K., U.S., Canada and The Bahamas gather in Nassau for the second running of Bahamas Speed Week, organizers revealed yesterday that despite the financial losses incurred by the dream team that put...

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Bahamas Speed Week Revival Pumped Nearly 1 Million into Local Economy in 2011
November 01, 2012
Bahamas Speed Week Revival Pumped Nearly $1 Million into Local Economy in 2011

Less than one month before exotic and classic race cars from the UK, US, Canada and The Bahamas gather in Nassau for the second running of Bahamas Speed, organizers revealed today that despite financial losses to the dream team that put the event together last year after a 48-year hiatus, Speed Week 2011 pumped more than $800,000 into the local economy.

"There was hardly a segment of the busine...

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September 11, 2010
MP hits back at minister over school furniture shortage

By DENISE MAYCOCK

Tribune Freeport Reporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell says that Education Minister Desmond Bannister has sought to blame the PLP for the shortfall in school furniture and teachers shortages in Grand Bahama, when the PLP has been out office since 2007.

Mr Mitchell noted that there is a critical shortage of furniture at the Walter Parker Prima...

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