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February 09, 2013
Behold' Bahamas Ad Campaign: Behind-the-Scenes with Shakara Ledard

The new Bahamas
Ministry of Tourism "Behold" ad campaign is causing quite a stir, not
only for the beautiful imagery depicted, that only The Bahamas can
boast, but people are talking about the cost of the production and where
it's being distributed for viewing.

One thing is for sure, and that is The Bahamas offers beauty, not only
on land and sea, but also with its people. The Bahamas Weekly...

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February 07, 2013
James Sarles Realty And New York Real Estate Broker To Introduce The Bahamas And Grand Bahama To The Hamptons

New york -- The Hamptons--an exclusive playground that buzzes with the movers and shakers of New York in the summer months--is a place where residents are fast discovering the advantages of moving the good times south to The Bahamas in the winter, thanks to a new partnership between Coldwell Banker James Sarles Realty and premier real estate agency, Dering Harbor Real Estate, in Shelter Island.

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February 06, 2013
Coastal awareness for the government

Hurricane Sandy left much destruction along the Bahamas' coastline last year. The accompanying storm surge was unanticipated and wreaked havoc on docks, coastal roadways, and seawalls. The Bahamas must implement measures to mitigate and perhaps prevent such future destruction and we cannot rely solely on engineering solutions to strengthen our coasts.
The coastal policies of The Bahamas are both...

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To Those With Nothing, Soccer Is Everything
July 08, 2010
To Those With Nothing, Soccer Is Everything

CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Jessica Hilltout, a nomadic, Belgian-born photographer, loaded sacks of deflated soccer balls onto the roof of a battered yellow Volkswagen Beetle last year and began a seven-month road trip across Africa to document the continent’s love of the game.

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November 07, 2012
Coastal awareness for the government

Hurricane Sandy left much destruction along the Bahamas' coastline. The accompanying storm surge was unanticipated and wreaked havoc on docks, coastal roadways, and seawalls. The Bahamas must implement measures to mitigate and perhaps prevent such future destruction and we cannot rely solely on engineering solutions to strengthen our coasts.
The coastal policies of The Bahamas are both inadequat...

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October 30, 2012
Coastal awareness for the government

2011

Hurricane Sandy left much destruction along the Bahamas' coastline. The accompanying storm surge was unanticipated and wreaked havoc on docks, coastal roadways, and seawalls. The Bahamas must implement measures to mitigate and perhaps prevent such future destruction and we cannot rely solely on engineering solutions to strengthen our coasts.
The coastal policies of The Bahamas are both ina...

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October 05, 2012
2012 Winner of the Central Bank Art Competition Open/Senior Category

Bahamian artist Jace Mckinney walked away the winner of Central Bank's 2012 Art Competition Open/Senior Category. Regarding his win, Jace expresses "It's an honour to have won this year's Central Bank Competition.

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June 06, 2012
Grand Bahama Island plays host to a different visitor

Grand Bahama Island,
Bahamas - During the months of June the beaches of Grand Bahama become
busy with birds that spend their life at sea or over coastal waters but
need to find a hospitable place to raise their young before returning
back to the sea in August or early September.

One of those birds
is the Least Tern appropriately named as it is the smallest tern in the
region measuring only ...

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October 13, 2011
From Teacher to Entrepreneur

Well another "son of the Bahamian soil", has "put pen to paper" and written his autobiography and what an interesting life story it is!  He is none other than Mr. Patrick J. Bethel, who after a most distinguished career in education, returned to his beloved Abaco and managed to become a successful entrepreneur.
The book has as its title, appropriately, "From Teacher... To Entrepreneur". ...

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October 13, 2011
From Teacher to Entrepreneur

Well another "son of the Bahamian soil", has "put pen to paper" and written his autobiography and what an interesting life story it is!  He is none other than Mr. Patrick J. Bethel, who after a most distinguished career in education, returned to his beloved Abaco and managed to become a successful entrepreneur.
The book has as its title, appropriately, "From Teacher... To Entrepreneur". ...

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