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PM to tour Family Island communities ravaged by Irene
August 27, 2011
PM to tour Family Island communities ravaged by Irene

Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham this morning began a tour of Family Island communities ravaged by Hurricane Irene, as relief efforts continue throughout the country.

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The Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham Prime Minister on Hurricane Irene
August 29, 2011
The Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham Prime Minister on Hurricane Irene

I address you tonight in the aftermath of the passage of Hurricane Irene. As we assess the damage caused by the storm and move to provide assistance and restore our damaged homes, businesses, churches and public infrastructure, we can all say, “To God be the glory for the great things He has done”.

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August 29, 2011
Acklins residents still hopeful after Irene pounds island

Bishop Carroll Rolle knows he cannot sleep in the storm-ravaged structure that used to be his house on Acklins Island, yet he is determined to stay there as long as there is daylight. After all, even though there's not much left, it is still home.
It's where The Nassau Guardian found Rolle during a visit to Acklins on Saturday.
At 79, Rolle has aged into a dignified man with snow-white hair and wh...

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September 06, 2011
Kappeler: Eleuthera should be on Tariff Act

A tourism leader in Eleuthera is fighting to over-turn a decision by the government to exclude certain Family Islands from the official list on The Tariff Act.
After sustaining $250,000 worth of damage, Stephen Kappeler, the General Manager of Cape Eleuthera, said the resort could use a little bit of help.
"I think they are overlooking the damages to Eleuthera," Kappeler said, who is also the Seni...

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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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Participatin In Miami International Boat Show Is Good Business For The Bahamas
February 28, 2017
Participatin In Miami International Boat Show Is Good Business For The Bahamas

The Islands of the Bahamas was one of the only destinations exclusively featured at the recent Miami International Boat Show, held February 16-20, at the Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin in Miami, Florida...

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August 10, 2016
Without the Holy Spirit we are lost and have nothing

By faith, Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family. By his faith, he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness that comes by faith.
By faith, Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going.
... By faith, Abraham, even though he was past a...

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November 02, 2016
Elvstrom Sails Names Nassau-based Phillips Sailmakers Regional Partner

Elvstrom Sails, one of the world’s top ranking designers and builders of racing and cruising sails, has named Nassau-based Phillips Sailmakers its service point for a broad region with the closest similar appointment in Seattle, Washington, nearly 3,000 miles away.

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October 24, 2016
Children's Bay Cay Developer Donates Initial $25,000 to Hurricane Relief

The developer of Children’s Bay Cay today donated an initial $25,000 to the National Reconstruction and Disaster Committee for hurricane relief, with $10,000 earmarked for survival kits providing temporary housing and emergency needs for families.

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October 13, 2016
Residents hope hard-hit communities will rebound

DESPITE the widespread damage Hurricane Matthew left in West End and Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, residents in these communities yesterday expressed hope that they will rebound.

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