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January 25, 2012
Tour of The Bahamas to attract world class cyclists

The biggest cycling extravaganza in the country is just a few days away and the excitement is brewing!
Organizers expect the 9th Annual Tour of The Bahamas, set for this Saturday and Sunday, to attract many of the top local cyclists as well as a bevy of international riders to these shores.
Staged in January during the winter season, the event is always a top attraction for North American riders l...

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9th Annual Tour of the Bahamas Set for Weekend
January 25, 2012
9th Annual Tour of the Bahamas Set for Weekend

More than 100 cyclists from as far away as California are gearing up for the 9th annual Tour of the Bahamas, the nation's premier cycling event, to be held January 28 and 29 in Nassau. Local and foreign competitors will ride side by side, vying for up to $16,000 in cash prizes and awards.

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January 29, 2012
Cyclists out in full force

More than 100 cyclists from as far away as California descended on the ninth annual Tour of the Bahamas - the nation's premier cycling event - this weekend in Nassau.

Local and foreign competitors competed for up to $16,000 in cash prizes and awards.

Sports director Tim Munnings said the Tour of the Bahamas is "one of the most important events on the sports calendar."

For the first time, a non-...

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May 10, 2016
Spokesperson: Access will turn beach access point into 'beach experience'

A spokesperson for Access Industries told Guardian Business yesterday that now that the court matter has been settled once and for all, the company plans to develop a beach experience on the property that once provided beach access to Cabbage Beach for vendors.

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March 06, 2016
Lincoln Bain, others arrested over tearing down of fence

Police said yesterday they arrested political activist and radio personality Lincoln Bain and four others and charged them with causing damage in relation to the tearing down of the fence that blocked access to the western end of Cabbage Beach adjacent to the Riu hotel on Paradise Island.

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February 29, 2016
VIDEO: Protesters block access to Paradise Island

DOZENS of irate Cabbage Beach vendors blocked the traffic flow to the Sidney Poitier Bridge yesterday in protest over the "sudden" closure of the main easement access to the popular beach, resulting in violent clashes with police.

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May 12, 2015
SMEs 'did well' economically from first Junkanoo Carnival

While the numbers from Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival are still being crunched - although few appear to expect the $60 million in projected economic impact to be realized - Festival Commission Events and Logistics Co-chairman Ed Fields was confident that vendors who participated in the inaugural Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival on the weekend "did well".

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June 03, 2014
Shipyard apprentices help build The Beacon School playground

GRAND BAHAMA - Apprentices at Grand Bahama Shipyard (GBS) learned the true meaning of giving back by helping to build the newly-opened Steven M. Dillet playground at The Beacon School. The improved playing area includes a track slide set, swing set, merry-go-round, two bocce ball courts and a basketball court. Most of the equipment is wheelchair accessible.
"Grand Bahama Shipyard is committed to s...

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July 15, 2011
Grand Bahama Power trimming trees to restore power

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- The Grand Bahama Power Company wishes to advise the public that customers located on Inagua and Jamaica Avenue are experiencing interruptions in power due to overgrown trees interfering with the power lines. 

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