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April 22, 2011
OAS-CARICOM Joint Mission has taken note of the publication of the final results of the second round of the presidential and legislative elections in Haiti

The
OAS-CARICOM Joint Electoral Observation Mission (JEOM) has taken note
of the final results of the second round of the presidential and
legislative elections announced by the Provisional Electoral Council
(CEP) late in the evening of 20 April 2011. The Mission welcomes the
confirmation of the election of Mr. Michel Martelly to the post of
President of the Republic of Haiti and congratulat...

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April 01, 2011
Joint OAS - CARICOM Mission in Haiti Takes Note of the Postponement of the Publication of Preliminary Results

HAITI - The

Joint

OAS - CARICOM Electoral Observation Mission (JEOM) in Haiti

has taken note of the postponement of the publication of the

preliminary results to 4 April 2011 which was announced by the

Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) in its Press Release #91 of 29

March 2011.

The Mission is present in the Vote Tabulation

Centre (CTV) around the clock. Through its observation work, it h...

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March 18, 2011
Lawyers conference presented with Dupuch publications

Top international lawyers are in town this week for a three-day conference hosted by the Eugene Dupuch Law School.
All of the speakers received a complimentary copy of the 2004 issue of the Bahamas Handbook, which included the story of the legendary Eugene Dupuch, QC, for whom the school is named.
In addition, attendees at the conference received The Bahamas Investor, the What-to-do magazine, the ...

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March 03, 2011
Oyster Publications announces Women's Empowerment Summit

Oyster Publications (Bahamas) Limited (OPBL), has announced the Women's Empowerment Summit, to be held in Nassau on Wednesday, April 27, 2011.
In observance of the advances and history of women throughout The Bahamas and the Caribbean region, the summit is seeking to empower women and aspiring young girls to live their best lives socially, financially and professionally. The list of invited guest ...

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Oyster Publications Bahamas Limited Hosts 3rd Annual Women’s Empowerment Summit.
March 03, 2011

Oyster Publications (Bahamas) Limited, an integral part of the Caribbean women's 'Embrace Your Power' movement, announces a Women's Empowerment Summit, utilizing key tools proven for modern day change, to be held in Nassau, Bahamas on Wednesday, April 27, 2011.

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November 24, 2010
Local lawyers recognized by leading legal industry publication

Local lawyers Christel Sands-Feaste, Heather Thompson and Queen's Counsel Phillip Dunkley have been recognized for their successes in the legal profession in the 2011 editor of Chambers Global, one of the world's leading legal industry publications.
The attorneys specialize in various legal areas and are all members of Higgs and Johnson law firm.
Dunkley, managing partner of the firm, specializes ...

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PUNCH FOUNDER DIES AFTER HEART ATTACK: Tabloid journalist often drew anger from politicians
October 05, 2021
PUNCH FOUNDER DIES AFTER HEART ATTACK: Tabloid journalist often drew anger from politicians

IVAN Johnson, the founder of The Punch tabloid, died in hospital yesterday at 68 after suffering a heart attack.

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PUNCH FOUNDER DIES AFTER HEART ATTACK: Tabloid journalist often drew anger from politicians
October 04, 2021
PUNCH FOUNDER DIES AFTER HEART ATTACK: Tabloid journalist often drew anger from politicians

IVAN Johnson, the founder of The Punch tabloid, died in hospital yesterday at 68 after suffering a heart attack.

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The Punch founder Ivan Johnson dies age 68
October 04, 2021
The Punch founder Ivan Johnson dies age 68

IVAN Johnson, the founder of The Punch tabloid, died in hospital yesterday at 68 after suffering a heart attack.

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Man accused of defaming Gibson may have case dropped
September 16, 2021
Man accused of defaming Gibson may have case dropped

A man accused of defaming Water and Sewerage Corporation executive chairman Adrian Gibson could have his case thrown out if the prosecution fails to get their witnesses to attend court.

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