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September 08, 2011
Fraternity and Local Shoe Store Join Sorority Sponsored: Soles4souls

Everyone can relate to the pride you get when you wear a new pair of shoes to begin the school year. The men of the Kappa Lambda Lambda Chapter, of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated, have made a conscious decision to join the efforts of the women of the Pi Upsilon Omega Chapter, of the illustrious Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, to aid in the creation of this feeling of pride for the ...

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November 03, 2010
Shoe Store 'Attacked by Arsonists'

ARSONISTS are thought to have set fire to the country's biggest self-serve shoe store early yesterday morning in a second attack on the building since the weekend.

Bani, in Mackey Street, was destroyed in the blaze sparked at around 4.40am, less than an hour after Lincoln Bain, a major shareholder in the business, had abandoned his armed night watch of the store, which is next door to a branch ...

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The Shoe Village launches online store
July 01, 2015
The Shoe Village launches online store

The Shoe Village customers can now purchase their favorite shoe brands including Clarks, Florsheim, Naturalizer, Lifestride and Dr. Scholl's, online and have them shipped to their home or workplace throughout The Bahamas.

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December 11, 2020
‘Economic Empowerment’ Mostly a Mirage for Many Bahamian Women

Former Senator speaks to ‘inequalities’ at Women in Parliament event...

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December 24, 2014
Giving Thursday: Christmas Day

The 25th of December in most countries is recognized as Christmas Day. The most popular activity on that day is the giving of gifts to show appreciation and love to those close to us. Far too often we forget those who do not have the means to celebrate. We forget the poor, homeless or just those who are financially struggling.
Sounds of Encouragement (SOE) is asking all residents of The Bahamas jo...

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August 22, 2018
Never Too Young to Keep Grand Bahama Clean

Recently, little Miss Markaylah Foster, an 8-year-old third grade student at Hugh W. Campbell Primary, reached out to the Keep Grand Bahama Clean (KGBC) Committee through her Grandmother, Chrystal Johnson, and Parents...

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April 21, 2017
On environmental issues

Dear Editor,
While everyone is concerned with the political fervor that is now consuming our nation, I wish to change stride and mention something on the environmental front (although it does in some way connect to recent and past politics -- vis a vis the New Providence "landfill" debacle). It is not a new concept, but one that is worth sharing in hopes that more Bahamians will join in and take t...

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February 25, 2017
R.I.SE.E Programme to Tackle Poverty at Its Root

Full implementation of the R.I.S.E. Programme will allow the Government of The Bahamas to address “the root causes” of poverty locally while paving the way towards poverty alleviation and/or reduction through a number of measures...

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September 12, 2016
Social safety reform programme to impact all communities

The Government of The Bahamas is committed to ensuring that every Bahamian has access to as many of the critical Government services as possible regardless of their geographic locations, Minister of Social Services and Community Development, the Hon. Melanie Sharon Griffin told residents of Mayaguana.

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August 22, 2016
Amnesia's first Back-To-School Matinee a success

Over 100 children and their parents showed up to the Back-To-School Giveaway held at Amnesia Dining and Show Room on Saturday, August 6.

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