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Emmitt Munroe Shines As Modest Sailing Icon
September 27, 2012
Emmitt Munroe Shines As Modest Sailing Icon

His name is Emmitt Munroe and he stands, today at 73, a quiet, but proud icon of sloop sailing.

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Nassau Guardian Business Editor's Book Hits Amazon And Stores
August 29, 2012
Nassau Guardian Business Editor's Book Hits Amazon And Stores

It will be impossible to turn on the television tonight and not see images of Hurricane Katrina, on the seventh anniversary of the storm that was among the five deadliest and most destructive in history.

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August 29, 2012
Local Author's Book Hits Amazon and Shelves on Eve of 7th Anniversary of Katrina

There are some books you read that should be left just as you found them -- words on a printed page or maybe floating across an electronic screen. Then there are those whose words and characters leap off the page and beg to play the big screen. Storm of Hate is one of those. Written by a journalist who churns out hundreds, if not thousands of words a day on business matters, Storm of Hate is the b...

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February 26, 2012
Reviving the sport of 'sculling' in the Bahamas

In a bid to revive the sport of "sculling" in the Bahamas, Bahamian Brewery & Beverage Company built four more boats named after their products.

During the 25th 'Catch Me If You Can' St Valentine's Massacre in Montagu Bay, the boats were officially christened.

Winning the first race was the team of Sam Brown and Donald Bastian on the Sands Light. They were followed by the team of Jason Turnquest...

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February 21, 2012
We never know inner strength until we trust it

Colin Callender, QC, is a top lawyer whose career has spanned five decades.  Considered one of The Bahamas' leading experts in insolvency, Callender has worked side-by-side with major corporations and banks both domestically and abroad.  He is the managing partner of the country's oldest law firm, Callenders & Co., and was recently elected as a director of the International Academy of Tr...

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February 18, 2012
Gibson likes outlook for sloop sailing

For years now, veteran sailor and boat owner 'King' Eric Gibson has called on the government to launch more support behind the sport of sloop sailing. Appeals were also made for corporate assistance to ensure that the indigenous sport continues to grow in The Bahamas.
Even though many of his requests would go unanswered, Gibson pushed on hoping that things would get better, and according to the sa...

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December 31, 2011
Presidents Make a wish, pt. 2

Topping the 2012 wish list of many of the athletic federations in the country is the continued growth and development of Bahamian athletes. The various presidents are looking forward to the upcoming sporting year and hoping to surpass the achievements made in 2011.

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December 28, 2011
Hurricane Irene's destructive path

Hurricane Irene weaved a destructive path across The Bahamas in August, ripping off roofs, toppling trees and breaking utility poles.
As the storm barreled toward the country, just over 1,000 people sought refuge at hurricane shelters.
Packing winds in excess of 100 miles per hour, the powerful storm made landfall on August 23.
Four months later, rebuilding efforts continue.
The category three sto...

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December 28, 2011
Hurricane Irene's destructive path

Hurricane Irene weaved a destructive path across The Bahamas in August, ripping off roofs, toppling trees and breaking utility poles.
As the storm barreled toward the country, just over 1,000 people sought refuge at hurricane shelters.
Packing winds in excess of 100 miles per hour, the powerful storm made landfall on August 23.
Four months later, rebuilding efforts continue.
The category three sto...

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September 21, 2011
Bimini ferry delayed to year-end

Direct ferry service from the US to Bimini will miss its summer launch goal, but the necessary dredging project that would allow the ferry to access the island's government dock is now gearing-up.
Leslie Bethel, president of tourism and travel consultancy firm Notarc Management Group, told Guardian Business yesterday that stakeholders in the ferry project are investing several million dollars in t...

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