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April 14, 2016
The BTC, One Bahamas Unity Walk

Hundreds of supporters turned out on Saturday to support the annual BTC/One Bahamas Love and Unity Walk. Bahamas Telecommunications Company has been a sponsor of the initiative for two years.

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January 16, 2020
BFSB awarded for outstanding promotion of financial services

The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) has been awarded for its "outstanding promotion of financial services" in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Dorian last year, by UK-based publication International Investor. The global award recommends financial institutions and top companies from around the world and rates [...]
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June 16, 2020
EU AML/CFT Listing of Countries Among The Priority Issues of OACPS-EU Post Cotonou Negotiations

A series of virtual negotiation meetings held between the Organisation of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) and the European Union (EU) more specifically the European Commission during the week of 8 through 12 June 2020...

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June 08, 2020
OACPS Stands in Solidarity with The Bahamas on the outcry of the EU Blacklisting in the midst of COVID-19

The 1st virtual Extraordinary Inter-Sessional Summit of Heads of State and Government of Members of the Organisation of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) was held on June 3rd, 2020...

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March 28, 2013
Julien Believe Covers Brutha Magazine's Anniversary Issue!

Nassau, Bahamas (March 2013) - Brutha Magazine has announced the launch of their Spring 2013 Issue #5 this Thursday March 28th 2013, which features Bahamian Sensation & Musical Icon, Julien Believe.

Priding itself on being the only magazine dedicated to men in the Caribbean, Brutha will also feature the 2012 Mr. Tourism United Nations, Keeshan Sands; charismatic Bahamian comedians Noo Generash...

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December 12, 2012
Essence Bahamas Launches Its App For Apple Users Via i-Tunes Store!

Local editor-in-chief for Essence Bahamas Magazines announces the launch of its app for all Apple products via i-Tunes store. Editor-in-chief, Enriquie Butler says, "This is indeed a momentous occasion for Essence Bahamas to have been
approached by one of Apple's developers to design a software application
for our digital publication to be viewed across their global audience
of some 100 mi...

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April 11, 2013
Police chief sued over leaked photos

Relatives of murdered charity worker Nellie Mae Brown-Cox claimed they suffered embarrassment, mental anguish, nervous shock and extreme depression over the leaked crime scene photos of their loved one.
The claims are part of a lawsuit filed against Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade and then Attorney General John Delaney in the Supreme Court on October 19, 2011, but not made public before ...

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Remarks of Senator Carl W. Bethel QC, Attorney-General at the Virtual Symposium of the Ministry of Financial Services
May 21, 2020
Remarks of Senator Carl W. Bethel QC, Attorney-General at the Virtual Symposium of the Ministry of Financial Services

Today I address you remotely, in this the ‘new normal’ and pray for a speedy return to a true normal, with health and safety for all...

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April 09, 2013
Photos Back on Facebook

One of the photographs whose publication on Facebook led to the arrest of Rodney Moncur has again been published online as Bahamians continue to protest over his treatment. The photograph published on Facebook is a picture of the bruised buttocks of a man who claimed to have been beaten by police.

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April 21, 2017
Identity and politics of our leaders

I believe that any leader selected without contest by political parties, and where the possibility exists for him/her to become the country's first minister, brings into question the identity of who we are as a nation.
I can truly speak to the concerns of my generation and the ones after me in this regard (we who were born in the 1980s and shortly after). Our age group, 25-34 according to the EOJ,...

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