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August 15, 2010
Ambassador James F. Mack pays a call on Minister of National Security

Nassau, Bahamas - Ambassador
James F. Mack paid a courtesy call on Minister of National Security the
Hon. OAT "Tommy" Turnquest,  in connection with the ongoing public
awareness anti-drug campaign being conducted by the National Drug
Secretariat of the Ministry of National Security at The Ministry of
National Security, Churchill Building on Thursday, August 12, 2010.

Pictured from left to ri...

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3 million upgrade to the Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama
August 17, 2010
$3 million upgrade to the Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama

Health Minister, the Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis is pictured (centre) during the ground breaking ceremony for a $3 million upgrade to the Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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Ambassador James F. Mack paid a courtesy call on Minister of National Security
August 16, 2010
Ambassador James F. Mack paid a courtesy call on Minister of National Security

Ambassador James F. Mack paid a courtesy call on Minister of National Security the Hon. OAT "Tommy" Turnquest, in connection with the ongoing public awareness anti-drug campaign being conducted by the National Drug Secretariat of the Ministry of National Security at The Ministry of National Security, Churchill Building on Thursday, August 12, 2010.

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Road Traffic Department presents driving simulator
August 17, 2010
Road Traffic Department presents driving simulator

The Road Traffic Department has purchased two driving simulators which are intended to become a part of the driver instruction process.

Colin Higgs, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Public Works and Transport demonstrated one of the simulators during a

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August 18, 2010
(VIDEO) The making of 'Rise 242' with The Scientist

NASSAU, Bahamas - Atlanta based Media Company Bluehole Pictures shot
and are producing the "Rise 242" music video featuring "The Scientist"
Stefan Moss and guest artist "TaDa". 

Enclosed is a Video on the "Making of Rise 242" narrated by

"The Scientist"
Stefan Moss.

Seasoned International DP and
Producer Chris Pinder of Bluehole Pictures went above and beyond what
was required to "get...

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August 17, 2010
Public Schools Swim Focus Necessary

By Fred Sturrup
NG Associate Editor

The national swim program is obviously headed in the right direction.
An upgrade to a Pan American Games(from 2007)bronze medal for the relay women and the eight medals from the recent Central American and Caribbean Games provide ample evidence of the vibrancy of the program.
There is the caveat though. To avoid misleading readers about the true picture of swim...

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August 17, 2010
Public Schools Swim Focus Necessary

By Fred Sturrup
NG Associate Editor
The national swim program is obviously headed in the right direction.
An upgrade to a Pan American Games(from 2007)bronze medal for the relay women and the eight medals from the recent Central American and Caribbean Games provide ample evidence of the vibrancy of the program.
There is the caveat though. To avoid misleading readers about the true picture of swimm...

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August 19, 2010
Public schools swim focus necessary

By FRED STURRUP
NG Associate Editor
frederick@nasguard.com

The national swim program is obviously headed in the right direction.
An upgrade to a Pan American Games(from 2007)bronze medal for the relay women and the eight medals from the recent Central American and Caribbean(CAC)Games provide ample evidence of the vibrancy of the program.
There is the caveat though. To avoid misleading readers abo...

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August 21, 2010
Free National Movement celebrates 18th anniversary at Mt Pleasant Green Baptist Church

Nassau, Bahamas - Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham and the Free National Movement on Thursday
night at Mt Pleasant Green Baptist Church, celebrated the party's 18th
anniversary of its first majority win at the polls.

On the front row
Prime Minister Ingraham is pictured with his wife, Deloris Ingraham, 
party chairman Carl Bethel and Deputy Prime Minister Brent  Symonette...

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August 22, 2010
Government on target with the Planning Act

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

THE Government has done what was required to ensure that the Planning and Subdivisions Act can be implemented on October 1 this year as planned, the minister of the environment told Tribune Business, adding that claims millions of dollars' worth of real estate developments were being held up was "wrong".

Responding to claims that numerous real estate-bas...

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Miss Universe pageant tonight
August 23, 2010
Miss Universe pageant tonight

The 2010 Miss Universe pageant airs live tonight with more than 80 women from six continents with swimsuit, evening-gown and interview competitions.

Show starts tonight at 9pm on NBC (Channel 6 on Cable Bahamas and 980 to the country’s Direct TV users).

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August 24, 2010
Rotarians visit Governor General

Members from the Rotary Club of West Nassau made a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes at Government House on Monday, August 23, 2010.

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Free National Movement Celebrates The Party's 18th Anniversary
August 24, 2010
Free National Movement Celebrates The Party's 18th Anniversary

Free National Movement Celebrates The Party's 18th Anniversary

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August 24, 2010
Rotarians visit the Governor General

Nassau, Bahamas - Members from the Rotary
Club of  West Nassau made a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Arthur
Foulkes at Government House on Monday, August 23, 2010.

Pictured from
left: Rotarians Alpheus "Hawk" Finlayson, Kendrick Christie,
Jerry Smith, Robin Strachan, Sir Arthur, Eric Lopez, president; Philip
Beneby, Durie Smith and Charles McCartney.

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August 26, 2010
Ground zero's boundaries evolve in mosque debate

NEW YORK -- The furor over how close is too close to ground zero for a planned Islamic centre and mosque has raised a simple question nine years after Sept. 11: Where exactly is ground zero?

The lines marking the site of the 2001 terror attacks change depending on which New Yorker, 9/11 family member and American you talk to. Even those who know it best can't agree on its boundaries. Tourists who...

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August 26, 2010
Business Outlook slated for Abaco

THE ABACO Business Outlook 2010 is expected to focus on strengthening the island's economy through Entrepreneurship, Technology and Tradition

The forum, which is scheduled to take place on September 22 at New Vision Ministries in Marsh Harbour, will focus on social, government and tourism issues facing the island.

Already confirmed for the event are minister of tourism, Vincent Vanderpool-Wallac...

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August 27, 2010
Minister of Education attends ground breaking for new security booth

West End, Grand Bahama -- Minister of Education
Desmond Bannister Friday broke ground for
the construction of a security booth at the West End Primary School.
The security booth was donated by the Ginn company who will also be
responsible for its construction.

Pictured during the Ground Breaking
Ceremony at the school from left: Elma Garraway, permanent secretary,
Ministry of Education; Lio...

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August 27, 2010
Letter: Achievements of our young men should receive more prominence in Tribune

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I am an avid reader of The Tribune and most times I am pleased with the articles. However I am very sad that our young basketball athlete Magnum Rolle who placed number 51 in the 2010 NBA draft was placed on the 12th and 14th of July 2010 pages of your paper.

Further a very small picture of Magnum Rolle was used and if I was not thoroughly reading my paper I would have misse...

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August 29, 2010
Tackling the public education system

By ERICA WELLS
NG Managing Editor
ewells@nasguard.com

Fifty thousand public school students will return to school today in a system that has been plagued for years with reports of bad grades, discipline problems and cases of sexual misconduct.
Some of the system's most ardent critics have concluded that public education in The Bahamas is in crisis.
In fact, five years ago, a group of private sect...

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September 01, 2010
Tackling the public education system

Fifty thousand public school students will return to school today in a system that has been plagued for years with reports of bad grades, discipline problems and cases of sexual misconduct.

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