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July 23, 2015
Road Traffic won't fix printers but will move to new system instead

THE Road Traffic Department has "no intention" of correcting any existing issues with its printers in Abaco and Grand Bahama, Controller Ross Smith said yesterday, adding that there is no need to fix equipment that the department had no plans to use moving forward.

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January 11, 2013
Sonia Farmer: Freedom of Her Press

Some artists’ tools are more portable than others. Paints and brushes can fit in a bag, and the average photographer’s neck can accommodate two or three cameras.

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January 06, 2020
KidWind Challenge coming to The Bahamas

Father Shazz Turnquest, St. John's College physics teacher, with a wind tunnel in the background and samples of vertical axis wind turbine models built by students using 3D printers...

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September 26, 2019
Sharp Multifunctional Printer Line Wins Industry Awards

Advanced Document Systems Ltd has been a leading office equipment provider in The Bahamas for nearly twenty years, representing Sharp’s Imaging and Information Company of America (SCIIA). As a local supplier, ADS is pleased to announce that Sharp has won Best in Line for Reliability since 2018 and Line of the Year for 2019 from Buyers Lab, the document imaging industry’s independent authority ...

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Bahamas Fashion Week Premieres Oct. 26-28, 2017 at Melia Resort Inaugural Event to Showcase Fashion Museum, Educational Workshops International and Local Fashion Designers
October 19, 2017
Bahamas Fashion Week Premieres Oct. 26-28, 2017 at Melia Resort Inaugural Event to Showcase Fashion Museum, Educational Workshops & International and Local Fashion Designers

The inaugural Bahamas Fashion Week, which takes place October 26-28, 2017 at the Melia Resort in Nassau, is already creating quite a buzz in the local and international marketplace...

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February 22, 2018
CGI to host Hurricane Preparedness Exposition

For nearly a decade, insurance giant Colonial Group International (CGI), a Bermuda-based insurance conglomerate with global operations, has taken the terms ‘disaster preparedness’ and ‘customer service’ to a higher level with its “Temporary, Portable, Post-Disaster Business Continuity...

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April 24, 2017
NGM Major School students win Model United Nations Simulation

NGM Major School's India Wells and Chrysanthea Fox will travel to New York as members of the delegation of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas to take part in a session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), and to observe as The Bahamas gives its national statement to the General Assembly by virtue of their win in the Model United Nations Simulation (MUNS).
MUNS gives students the opportunity...

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Four deny involvement in Sandilands Primary school break-in
October 18, 2016
Four deny involvement in Sandilands Primary school break-in

FOUR men denied having involvement with the recent break-in and the theft of cash and items worth nearly $16,000 at the Sandilands Primary School during Hurricane Matthew in an arraignment in Magistrate's Court yesterday.

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September 07, 2016
Lyford Cay Foundations donate $80,000 to schools affected by Hurricane Joaquin

Honoring its commitment to assist with rebuilding the lives of children, their education and the normalization of schools in the areas affected by Hurricane Joaquin, Lyford Cay Foundations donated $80,000 of technology and supplies to all affected public schools on Long Island, San Salvador, Crooked Island, and Acklins.

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September 02, 2016
$80,000 given to help schools hit by Joaquin

HONOURING its commitment to assist with rebuilding the lives of children, their education and the normalisation of schools in the areas affected by Hurricane Joaquin, the Lyford Cay Foundations have donated $80,000 of technology and supplies to all affected public schools on Long Island, San Salvador, Crooked Island and Acklins.

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