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February 11, 2021
Coffee shop expands despite pandemic, eyeing further expansion

In less than five years, Louis and Steen's New Orleans Coffeehouse has accomplished what many small businesses never can, expanding in the middle of a global pandemic and economic recession. The company opened Market Orleans, a new, casual, yet sophisticated eatery and retail store with distinctively New Orleans flair that provides customers with an escape ...
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Leno Corporate Centre Marks Construction Milestone
March 10, 2021
Leno Corporate Centre Marks Construction Milestone

A Bahamian company building a new corporate office complex is being credited with being “the single biggest boost to Bahamian contractors in years,” thanks to its policy of hiring only Bahamian-owned and operated subcontractors and businesses.

Leno was handed the surprise kudos during a contract signing and what was expected to be a routine site visit at its 5-storey headquarters on top of...

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November 06, 2020
Closed until restrictions over

A POPULAR West Bay Street cocktail bar and coffee shop announced yesterday its decision to cease operations until the government eases COVID-19 restrictions.

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Chocolate Makes Everything Better-Especially in The Bahamas!
November 01, 2017
Chocolate Makes Everything Better-Especially in The Bahamas!

Chocolate is arguably one of the greatest gifts given to us by Mother Earth. Its scientific name Theobroma cacao translates literally to food of the Gods. It is no surprise then that this delicacy is widely sought after...

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DQs Miracle Treat Day raises 11,000 for Down Syndrome
August 16, 2017
DQs Miracle Treat Day raises $11,000 for Down Syndrome

Thousands of earth angels turned out for DQs Miracle Treat Day held July 27, raising $11,000 for children and families affected by Down syndrome in The Bahamas...

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August 29, 2017
Gunman robs Starbucks at Cable Beach

Police were searching for the man responsible for an armed robbery at Starbucks in Cable Beach yesterday morning.
According to police, shortly after 6 a.m., a gunman entered the coffee shop and robbed the employees of an undetermined amount of cash before fleeing on foot.
Officers say no customers were robbed during the ordeal.
Police were also searching for the suspects responsible for the armed ...

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August 09, 2019
Palm Cay Wins Favorite Among Boaters for 5th Consecutive Year

Palm Cay Marina on New Providence’s southeastern coast has sailed away with the coveted title of boaters’ favourite marina in The Bahamas for the fifth consecutive year.

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September 04, 2018
Significant Growth in Tourism Arrival Numbers Positively Affects the Abacos

Due to a significant growth in tourism arrival numbers, the number of resorts and restaurants in the Abacos which are normally closed during the off-season has drastically decreased...

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September 15, 2017
Arrest warrant issued for talk show host

Supreme Court Justice Cheryl Grant-Thompson yesterday issued a bench warrant for the arrest of talk show host Christina "Chrissy Love" Thompson.
However, the warrant is suspended until Wednesday, September 20.
Thompson has until 9:30 a.m. on September 20 to appear before Grant-Thompson.
Thompson was supposed to appear before Grant-Thompson yesterday to answer to charges of contempt of court.
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August 22, 2017
DQ's Miracle Treat Day raises 11K to assist people affected with Down syndrome

Children and families affected by Down Syndrome in The Bahamas will benefit from $11,000 raised during DQ's Miracle Treat Day as the treat company earmarked this year's money to assist The Bahamas Down Syndrome & Friends Center, Stapledon School and Hopedale Center.
DQ donated $2 from every blizzard sold on July 27 to local schools and organizations that support people with Down syndrome.
"There i...

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