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October 19, 2011
City Bowling League Results

The City Bowling League top bowler Monday night was Lee Davis of the Ten Back Strikers. He shattered the pins for a 265 high game and a 626 three game high set. In doing so, Davis led the Strikers past Bahamasair, 3-0. David Slatter of Unique Discovery dropped the pins for the second high set of 613 to lead his team, 3-0, over the Asue Draw Knights. Tyrone Knowles of More 94 FM had the men's secon...

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September 10, 2011
Teachers upset at poor restroom conditions

Industrial unrest is developing at Oakes Field Primary School due to an ongoing plumbing problem which disabled the school's restrooms.The Nassau Guardian understands that some teachers refused to work in the unsanitary conditions until the Department of Education fixed the problem. Howard Newbold, district superintendent at the Department of Education, said at the school yesterday that he held a ...

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Government signs contract to upgrade Coroner's Court
July 19, 2011
Government signs contract to upgrade Coroner's Court

The government signed a contract yesterday to begin the renovation of the Royal Victoria Gardens complex to accommodate a second coroner's court. The government hopes the addition will help to clear the backlog of cases before the court.

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February 23, 2011
Primary school closes after third day of plumbing problem

Carmichael Primary School was closed early yesterday when teachers refused to hold classes after the school experienced plumbing problems for the third consecutive day.
The Nassau Guardian was not allowed on the premises to see the conditions, but teachers described them as “disgusting and unsanitary”.
“The [toilets] were not flushed for two days,” Bahamas Union of Teachers...

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