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June 27, 2017
Mosquito Fogging Begins

With the summer heating up, there will be an increase in mosquitoes. In response, the Ministry of Environmental Health has begun fogging exercises throughout...

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June 04, 2013
Mosquito fogging underway after the heavy rain

FOLLOWING a barrage of complaints from the public that their homes and workplaces are inundated with swarms of mosquitos following the heavy rains, Minister of Environment Kendred Dorsett said vector control efforts have already begun.

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Mosquito fogging underway after the heavy rain
June 03, 2013

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Health officials: You can take steps to stop Zika virus
January 29, 2016
Health officials: You can take steps to stop Zika virus

HEALTH officials in the country yesterday advised the public to limit potential mosquito breeding sites in an effort to thwart the Zika virus - a mosquito borne illness the World Health Organisation said has spread "explosively."

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October 20, 2015
PAHO/WHO Supports NEMA's Relief Efforts After Hurricane Joaquin

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) donates over $150,000 in relief aid, and the Royal Bahamas Defence Force continues to assist in a big way the residents impacted by the Category 4 Hurricane Joaquin, which struck the Central and Southeast Islands at the beginning of October.

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October 05, 2013
School project leads to restoration of iconic Bahamian sculpture

When Toby Smith set out to help his daughter with a school project he had no idea it would turn into restoring an iconic Bahamian sculpture.
While helping his daughter Bianca with a school project, Smith decided to restore Stephen Burrows' iconic metal sculpture, seen throughout The Bahamas, starting with the Conch.
The sculpture was one of several made by Burrows in the 1980s and 1990s to highlig...

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August 20, 2011
Malaria case confirmed

As the number of dengue fever cases continue to rise, malaria, another mosquito transmitted illness, has shown up at a local hospital, according to Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the Ministry of Health Dr. Delon Brennen.

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November 07, 2016
Three pregnant women among confirmed Zika cases

One additional case of Zika has been reported, Director of Public Health Dr. Pearl McMillan confirmed yesterday.

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October 19, 2016
Island wide fogging starts today in Grand Bahama

In order to combat the rise in mosquito infestation on the island of Grand Bahama, fogging will commence today, October 18.

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October 14, 2016
FNM chairman defends leader over recovery effort criticism

FREE National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie circled the wagons yesterday as he defended Official Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis' criticism of the government's recovery efforts and accusations of cronyism as constructive and not political.

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