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September 19, 2012
New Fire Trucks, Fire Station, Scheduled For Nassau And Freeport

Nassau, The Bahamas-- The Government of The Bahamas has made provisions during the current fiscal period for the acquisition of five new fire trucks, Minister of State for National Security, Senator Keith Bell said.

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August 04, 2017
Glen C. Nairn publishes his first book

Glen C. Nairn, has published his first book, "The Unseen Letter - A Play in Five Acts".
According to Vladimir Lucien, with issues of love and desire at play, "Nairn presents change as a ritual of nature, sometimes in unseen and mysterious ways"; this draws in the readers, said Lucien, actor, critic, and BOCAS award-winning poet from St. Lucia.
"Hot off the press, 'The Unseen Letter' also received ...

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April 04, 2017
39th Annual Honours Day Programme

FOURTY-THREE of the best and brightest graduating female students from throughout the Commonwealth of The Bahamas will convene in New Providence for the 39th Annual Honours Day Programme weekend of activities culminating with an awards Ceremony at Government House...

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April 04, 2017
39th Annual Honours Day Programme

FOURTY-THREE of the best and brightest graduating female students from throughout the Commonwealth of The Bahamas will convene in New Providence for the 39th Annual Honours Day Programme weekend of activities culminating with an awards Ceremony at Government House...

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April 18, 2016
Hundreds Turn Out for E-Car Test Drive, Launch of 1st Public Charge Station, Nassau Plugs into Electric Car Trend

Elijah Knowles is only 15. But the 11th grader who isnít even old enough to have a driverís license knows exactly what kind of car he wants.

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March 05, 2016
AKA Eta Psi Omega Chapter hosting 38th annual Honour's Day programme March 18-20

On March 18-20, 2016; FOURTY-FIVE of the best and brightest graduating female students from throughout the Commonwealth of The Bahamas will convene in New Providence for the 38th Annual Honourís Day Programme weekend of activities culminating with an awards Ceremony at Government House.

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December 10, 2012
Original Single 'Send a Prayer' Launched to Raise Funds for Children in Need

BELIEVING IN MIRCALES: Hot Chocolate Lead Singer Errol Brown believes that that the public can aid hundreds of children in need this holiday season by purchasing the new Christmas single ďSend a Prayer.Ē The new single was produced by Brown and features lead singer Alia Coley. CDs are available at Super Video, Audio Plus, 100% Bible Book Store, Buy the Book, Chapter One Book Store, Kellyís and sev...

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October 02, 2012
Nassau Police Investigating Homicide - Service Station Armed Robbery - Stabbing Incident

Nassau, Bahamas -Police are presently investigating a shooting incident that has left a man dead.

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September 01, 2012
Can't sleep Read a book!

Sometimes falling asleep isn't as easy as you think - and anxiety sure doesn't help. But in a new children's book released last month, the task takes on epic proportions.
"I Can't Sleep", the first book from Turtle Back Publishing, takes a trip into the mind of its young protagonist as he tries to fall asleep at night. Each trick he recalls to help lull him into slumber - such as counting potcakes...

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June 09, 2011
AID on Wulff Road (Nassau) ablaze fire spreads to Shell gas station PHOTOS

JUNE 9, 2011, 4:13 P.M. -- Reports reaching BahamaIslandsInfo.com around 4:00 p.m. Thursday indicated that the AID (Automotive & Industrial Distributors) building on Wulff Road, Nassau, was ablaze.
The large structure housing AID's main operations and retail centre is located two doors west of Marathon Road.
These two photos, taken by bystanders in the area, indicate a major blaze affecting the ro...

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