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RM Bailey Celebrates Youth Entrepreneurs On Commonwealth Day.
March 13, 2013
RM Bailey Celebrates Youth & Entrepreneurs On Commonwealth Day.

On Monday, over 1,000 students at R. M. Bailey Senior High School gathered in a special assembly to celebrate the Commonwealth's global youth and its 2013 Theme "Opportunity Through Enterprise”. The event also marked the 40th anniversary of The Bahamas as an independent nation.

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June 27, 2019
BAIC-Master's Marine Shipyard

The company is called Master’s Marine Shipyard. It is the newest business to become operational on over four thousand acres of land leased from the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation on the former Hatchet Bay Plantation shipyard in Hatchet Bay Harbour, Alice Town, Eleuthera...

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January 14, 2014
Man who escaped hangman's noose says he wants to do good

To meet Stafford Clarke now, you may not believe that the quiet, unassuming man spent 25 years in prison for murder.
Clarke, 58, said he used that time to turn his life around.
As a youth, Clarke admits that he fell in with the wrong crowd.
That wrong path eventually led to a murder conviction in 1985 for the shooting death of Leon Pratt a year earlier in what Clarke claimed was a drug deal gone s...

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March 04, 2019
Fresh Start Trainees Graduate to Theme, "Youth: Forefront of Change

Under the theme, "Youth: Forefront of Change," the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture held its Fresh Start Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, February 28, at SuperClubs Breezes...

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March 01, 2019
Acting Director of Labour to students: Prepare to fill skills gap

Bahamian students are advised to prepare themselves to fill the skills gaps in the country and take advantage of opportunities that exist...

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Technical training considered country's 'backbone'
February 25, 2019
Technical training considered country's 'backbone'

Minister of Education, the Honourable Jeffrey Lloyd feels technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is the “most critical need in the country...”

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March 25, 2013
3 murdered

Two men were shot dead in Nassau Village on Saturday night and another man was found murdered in a vehicle off East Street early Sunday, police said. Investigators had not made any arrests and asked for the public's help in solving the crimes that pushed this year's murder count to 24.

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20 New Grand Bahama Shipyard Apprentices Join BTVI
October 04, 2018
20 New Grand Bahama Shipyard Apprentices Join BTVI

The Grand Bahama Shipyard recently launched its 2018 apprenticeship cohort with 20 students attending the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI)...

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Tribute to Mr. Stephen Burrows Bahamian Sculptor and Metal Artist from The Ministry of Youth, Sports Culture
October 01, 2018
Tribute to Mr. Stephen Burrows Bahamian Sculptor and Metal Artist from The Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture

The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture was saddened to learn of the passing of prominent Bahamian artist and sculptor, Mr. Stephen G.E. Burrows...

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September 26, 2018
Royal Caribbean Exec 'Wowed' by LJM Maritime Academy in Nassau Cruise to Explore Opportunities for Collaboration

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Vice President Russell Benford had no idea what to expect when he crossed a narrow one-lane bridge at the end of Arawak Cay not far from the popular cruise port in Nassau, Bahamas...

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