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IMF Explores New Policies for Small Nations
September 07, 2012
IMF Explores New Policies for Small Nations

Port of Spain, Trinidad - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has launched an initiative with Caribbean leaders to change how it provides loans and technical assistance to smaller countries in financial need.

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November 27, 2017
Workshop Explores Ways to Improve Children's Learning and Behavior

The importance of executive function skills for children was recently highlighted in a workshop hosted by Family Medicine Center. Sarah Ward, a renowned expert on the topic of executive functioning, provided simple, practical strategies and tools for teaching children how to develop independent executive function skills...

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November 27, 2017
Workshop explores ways to improve children's learning and behavior

The importance of executive function skills for children was recently highlighted in a workshop hosted by Family Medicine Center. Sarah Ward, a renowned expert on the topic of executive functioning, provided simple, practical strategies and tools for teaching children how to develop independent executive function [...]
The post Workshop explores ways to improve children's learning and behavior app...

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Save The Bays 2nd Camp Eco-Explorer Week Treats Younger Campers to Environmental Treasures and Secret Places
August 30, 2017
Save The Bays 2nd Camp Eco-Explorer Week Treats Younger Campers to Environmental Treasures and Secret Places

Campers all over the world ride horses, swim and eat S’mores by an open fire, but at one camp in Grand Bahama youngsters got to hang out with fish, mangroves, reef balls and sting rays. They were the dozen lucky enough to take part in the second session of Camp Eco-Explorer...

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September 15, 2017
Bahamas Ferries expanding its fleet, exploring new routes

Bahamas Ferries is expanding its fleet of seven vessels with a new roll-on/roll-off ship that could help the company expand its routes and improve existing ones, its chief financial officer, Stephen Thompson, said yesterday.
Speaking at the announcement event for the Eleuthera Business Outlook, Thompson said Bahamas Ferries is working on improving the role that marine transportation plays in keepi...

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April 16, 2013
Oil explorer reports 6.3M loss

The Bahamas Petroleum Company (BPC) has recorded a $6.3 million loss for 2012, according to its annual report, and will say goodbye to one of its chief executives. Paul Gucwa, the chief operating officer at BPC, decided not to renew his contract with the oil explorer "to pursue faster paced opportunities...

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GGYA Explores Guyana
August 03, 2017
GGYA Explores Guyana

Ten participants and four unit leaders in the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) are having an amazing summer experience. While exploring biodiversity deep within Guyana’s rarest and most remote rain forest, they are discovering flora and fauna unique to the area...

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July 21, 2014
Expert to explore feasibility of value-added trade strategy

Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder has brought in an international trade specialist to further the government's hope of introducing a "value-added trade strategy" to The Bahamas, which would encourage the partial manufacturing of products before global exportation as part of a global value chain.
At a press conference, Pinder claimed that the value-added trade strategy "has the potential o...

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June 23, 2017
Camp Eco Explorer Registration Opens, Camp Set for Ages 7-11, 12-16

Registration opens this week for two local summer camps in Grand Bahama designed to bring youth and teens closer to -- and smarter about -- what exists in the natural world around them...

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November 07, 2014
Study explores root of 'anti-Haitian sentiment'

A recently released research study on perceptions of Haitians and people of Haitian descent living in The Bahamas blames the media, government policies and everyday constructions of Bahamian identity for perpetuating anti-Haitian sentiment, xenophobia, marginalization and discrimination towards Haitians in The Bahamas.
It concludes that legislation and social constructions have sought to control t...

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