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Nottage: Hearings into alleged detention center abuse to begin soon
September 25, 2013
Nottage: Hearings into alleged detention center abuse to begin soon

The investigation into the alleged abuse of Cuban detainees at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre is complete and proceedings against the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marines implicated in the matter will commence "imminently", Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage revealed yesterday...

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Beneath the Waves Pays Courtesy Call on Minister of Education, Discusses Ideas for Bringing Marine Biology and Sharks into the Classroom
May 25, 2021
Beneath the Waves Pays Courtesy Call on Minister of Education, Discusses Ideas for Bringing Marine Biology and Sharks into the Classroom

A team of marine biologists and filmmakers got the undivided attention of Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd during a virtual courtesy call May 21 as the minister vowed to do all he could to make marine science a greater part of the national curriculum as early as next fall.

The commitment to expanding curriculum from the youngest ages and earliest levels on to include a deeper understanding ...

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National Election Youth Debate to Garner Critical Data and Insights
May 07, 2021
National Election Youth Debate to Garner Critical Data and Insights

The Bahamas’ first national election debate with nationwide polling will be held on May 11th at University of The Bahamas (UB) where six young political aspirants will probe seminal issues by responding to a range of previously prepared questions as well as those generated from live focus groups.

This highly anticipated event will be co-moderated by Communications Professional and Bahamas at...

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Paradise Island Lighthouse Beach Club, an all-Bahamian project
May 01, 2021
Paradise Island Lighthouse & Beach Club, an all-Bahamian project

Dear Editor,
Thank you for allowing me to express myself in your esteemed publication. I am the developer behind Paradise Island Lighthouse & Beach Club, an all-Bahamian project. I have been asking, begging, writing, texting, emailing, camping outside of House Of Assembly and Cabinet for more than nine years. Finally I was offered a Crown Land Lease by the Government of the Bahamas in 2020, which...

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WE'RE ON THE RIGHT COURSE: Dahl-Regis addresses concerns over easing of controls on 'vaccinated'
April 27, 2021
WE'RE ON THE RIGHT COURSE: Dahl-Regis addresses concerns over easing of controls on 'vaccinated'

THE chairperson of the National COVID-19 Vaccine Consultative Committee has responded to health professionals' concerns surrounding the removal of the PCR testing requirement for fully vaccinated travellers to The Bahamas, saying the government is relying on the latest science.

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BTVI Advancing Workforce Skills
February 10, 2021
BTVI Advancing Workforce Skills

A key policy response advanced by The Bahamas government, has focused on the need to develop more capacity within the labour force; hence, the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) is pushing to achieve several outcomes, inclusive of accelerated trade courses and certifications.

A research paper jointly written by BTVI President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson and Dean of Construction and...

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Historic Bahamian Appointment to Human Rights Commission
December 17, 2020
Historic Bahamian Appointment to Human Rights Commission

Dante Bazard Jr to serve three-year term as Commissioner of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Dante Bazard Jr’s confirmation this month to the Prince Edward Island Human Rights Commission is not only a first for a Bahamian, but for black people in the province.
At 27, he is the youngest appointee named by the Legislative Assembly of the Canadian province. He will serve a term of three years.

C...

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December 10, 2020
Bio of Golden Girl Pauline on Fast Track with Well-known Author, Major Publisher

The Girl Who Ran Sideways: The Story of an Olympic Champion’ due to be released in early 2022 by US publisher Rowman & Littlefield...

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IOC sanctions four Russian athletes as part of Oswald Commission findings
November 24, 2017
IOC sanctions four Russian athletes as part of Oswald Commission findings

Today, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has published new decisions from the Oswald Commission hearings, which are being conducted in the context of the Sochi 2014 forensic and analytic doping investigations. As a result, two Russian bobsledders, Olga STULNEVA and Sochi 2014 gold medallist Aleksandr ZUBKOV, and two Russian speed skaters, Sochi 2014 silver medallist Olga FATKULINA and Alek...

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University of The Bahamas publishes Volume 26 of International Journal of Bahamian Studies
November 02, 2020
University of The Bahamas publishes Volume 26 of International Journal of Bahamian Studies

Scholarly analysis on the prevalence of Haitian stigmatization in The Bahamas, the relationship between religiosity and Bahamian gambling impulses, and the efficacy of corporal punishment in Bahamian schools...

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