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Woman sues Atlantis over 'excessively slippery tile'
February 26, 2010
Woman sues Atlantis over 'excessively slippery tile'

A Michigan woman is suing the Atlantis, alleging that it was negligent when it failed to "require that an appropriate tile be installed for the environment in which it is used."

Nancy Wietek says on February 25, 2008, she slipped on "wet and excessively slippery tile of an outdoor walking path" while a guest at the hotel.

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September 07, 2011
Peet hits out at govt over conditions at Andros schools

North Andros Member of Parliament Vincent Peet criticized Minister of Education Desmond Bannister and the government yesterday for failing to ensure that the Lowe Sound Primary School was ready to properly accommodate students at the start of the new school year.
Peet said while most schools in his constituency are in good condition, the Lowe Sound Primary School is in an unacceptable state. He sa...

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November 20, 2014
Tile King Hosted Free Certification for Contractors

Tile King held a free 2-Day seminar and certification course on Tuesday November 18th & Wednesday November 19th for the building industry. The event introduced a new product, Wedi Systems, to The Bahamas...

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Blood on the tiles at Vasyli home
September 11, 2015
Blood on the tiles at Vasyli home

A JURY hearing evidence in the Donna Vasyli murder trial was shown a 20-minute video of a bloody crime scene at a home in the Old Fort Bay community that police were alerted to earlier in the year...

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March 05, 2017
From apprentice to employee

David Barry was a student of the painting and decorating program in 1969, back when the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) was known as Nassau Technical Centre. He went on to become an apprentice, and today is an employee who says he has had more highs than lows.
"This is the only job I know. I grew up here," said Barry, who retired as an employee of the Ministry of Education in 201...

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Marriage Counselor Killed By Husband
July 18, 2008
Marriage Counselor Killed By Husband

Dozens of bloody shoe prints marked the scene of the country's 40th homicide, where a woman, who was a marriage counselor and entrepreneur, was stabbed to death.

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Local Contractors Struggling
September 15, 2008
Local Contractors Struggling

Local contractors are complaining that it is becoming more and more difficult to make ends meet.
According to one local contractor, it has been extremely hard to find work for months at a time.

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Craig Flowers Donates 100,000
September 18, 2008
Craig Flowers Donates $100,000

Local businessman Craig Flowers yesterday donated $100,000 to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on behalf of his companies to assist in recovery efforts in Inagua following Hurricane Ike, which impacted the island more than a week ago.

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Government House renovations continue
February 12, 2009
Government House renovations continue

As renovations to Government House continue, the old charm it once held is gradually being restored. Alicia Oxley, historic preservation architect at the Antiquities Museums and Monuments Corporation said the objective of the exercise is to “restore Government House as much as possible to what it used to be.”

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Bahamian author pens 'Life On A Rock'
April 17, 2009
Bahamian author pens 'Life On A Rock'

There is news in the Bahamian book world! After almost three years in the writing, a true story has now been published and released about life on a small island in the Central Bahamas during the mid-90s.

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