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May 29, 2014
Stay active to fight off depression and worry

"Those who do not know how to fight worry, die young."
- Dr. Alexis Carrel.
Leon Shimkins, a guiding force at Simon & Schuster publishers, became a leading American businessman when he advanced a strategy, gleaned from popular lecturer Dale Carnegie, to declare war against worry.
In his own words: "For 15 years I spent almost half of every business day holding conferences, discussing problems. We...

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July 12, 2011
GB businessmen travel to Deep Water Cay

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama - A group from Grand Bahama's business sector was hosted to a familiarization trip to Deep Water Cay over the weekend, which was not only aimed at spreading the word about the recently renovated cay, but to give the movers and shakers in the business sector an idea of what visitors could expect.

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BASRA Enlists Palm Cay Marina as New Outpost
November 01, 2013
BASRA Enlists Palm Cay Marina as New Outpost

Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association (BASRA) recently selected Palm Cay to become the first outpost established on the southeastern part of New Providence...

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April 25, 2013
Palm Cay Hosts 'Mind Blowing' Event

The Palm Cay development in eastern New Providence saw an unprecedented outpouring of support from the real estate community yesterday while formally presenting its master plan. As exclusively revealed by Guardian Business last month, the oceanfront project has embarked on an ambitious relaunch of...

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February 25, 2013
Gibson Captures Valentines Sculling Title

Nassau, The Bahamas - Builder and sculling crafter Sheldon Gibson captured the second annual St Valentine's Day Massacre Regatta sculling championship last Sunday in Nassau. Gibson not only teaches others to sail but actually built the sculling crafts for the owner of the truly Bahamian brewery.

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December 31, 2012
Marina Sector looking to Build on Strong 2012

After experiencing rapid growth in 2012, the marina sector is poised for further growth in 2013, according to the president of the Marina Operators of The Bahamas. Joseph Dargavage told Guardian Business that the amount of growth and exposure that occurred in 2012 for the sector translated into a strong year for operators in the country.

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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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