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Statement by Sun Oil Limited on Hurricane Irma
September 05, 2017
Statement by Sun Oil Limited on Hurricane Irma

Sun Oil Limited, the Shell licensee for The Bahamas and Turks & Caicos Islands, wishes to assure its valued customers that the Clifton Pier Terminal is well-stocked with over 45 days worth of fuel inventory on hand to supply all of your energy needs...

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August 29, 2017
The disease that is becoming more prevalent

Diverticular disease is a relatively common condition that happens as a result of aging muscles in the wall of the large bowel. Small bulges or pockets develop in the lining of the intestine, and when those pockets become inflamed or infected, diverticulitis occurs, and it's estimated that five percent of the population will develop these pockets by the age of 40, and at least 50 percent by the ti...

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August 15, 2017
Surprising facts about dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke

Living in high temperature areas creates many self-proclaimed "experts" about the heat index, dangerous temperatures and related illnesses, such as dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. But, some facts about the body's reaction to hot weather may surprise even the most "expert" people.
As the peak of South Florida and The Bahamas' treacherous summertime heat approaches, an expert on heat-r...

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August 02, 2017
U.S. Embassy gives tips on smooth visa process

There has not been an increase in denials for visas at the United States Embassy in Nassau as the process remains the same, suggested U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Officer Penny Rechkemmer yesterday.
While on Guardian Radio 96.9 FM talk show "The Revolution" with host Juan McCartney, Rechkemmer and a U.S. Embassy consular officer fielded questions from listeners on why one may be denied a visa and h...

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5 Ways to Stay on Top of Prostate Health
September 13, 2017
5 Ways to Stay on Top of Prostate Health

For many men, issues related to one’s prostate are a touchy subject – and rightfully so, as having a healthy prostrate is of significant importance. The prostate gland secretes part of the liquid portion of the semen, or seminal fluid, which carries sperm made by the testes...

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Former govt approved energy deal
May 16, 2017
Former govt approved energy deal

Among its final acts as the Government of The Bahamas, Prime Minister Perry Christie revealed last night that his Cabinet approved a natural gas energy deal with a company days before the general election. Christie said if followed through the agreement would bring about more affordable and reliable power in The Bahamas...

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May 12, 2017
New govt to review former govt's secret energy bid process

Incoming Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest said his new government will look into secret negotiations between New Fortress Energy and the recently ousted Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) government for a liquid natural gas power facility, to be built near the existing power generation plant at Clifton Pier. He added that any deal that may have been struck by the former government before the gen...

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Castrol Quote of the Day: March 15, 2019
March 15, 2019
Castrol Quote of the Day: March 15, 2019

"Castrol. Arm your car's engine with everything
necessary to fight our tough driving conditions.
Nothing to do with luck - its liquid engineering."

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March 17, 2017
Pasting colors

I have visions of color rubbing up on each other, sliding over liquid slopes of sun-drenched limestone and bleached out roads, deepened by heat and dust. Color capturing what we do not see, but refuse to ignore. Islands are aloof, detached, yet our islands lay under the vibrant eyes of people who do not know this. They have always travelled, always ventured, always known that life is bigger than u...

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September 28, 2013
A ham and cheese French toast built by the loaf

How do you make a big, bold, savory French toast even bigger, bolder and more savory? Instead of building it a slice at a time, you build it by the loaf.My inspiration was a pillow-soft loaf of unsliced sandwich bread. Looking at it, I wondered what would happen if instead of cutting it into traditional slices and frying it a piece at a time -- or even assembling it in a layer as a casserole -- I ...

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