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October 22, 2011
More work to be done

There has been much good work over many years to expand opportunities for disabled Bahamians. Various individuals and charitable organizations are noteworthy for their contributions in this important work.

Among the aforementioned are organizations such as Abilities Unlimited, the Bahamas National Council for Disability, the Bahamas Association for the Physically Disabled, the Physically Challeng...

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Christmas Message from Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham
December 24, 2010
Christmas Message from Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham

I extend best wishes to Bahamians everywhere and to all those visiting withus at this time of year a very Merry Christmas.

Christmas is the happiest of religious celebrations in our country marked byfamily gathering, religious services and Junkanoo.

This year Christmas comes as The Bahamas is about to experience thebeginnings of an economic turn around; a true gift for many Bahamianfamilies ...

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Fifteenth Annual International Cultural Festival set for October 16-17
September 10, 2010
Fifteenth Annual International Cultural Festival set for October 16-17

The stage has been set for the 15th Annual International Cultural Festival in the Botanical Gardens from October 16 to 17, 2010.

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, the event will showcase the diverse culture of countries around the world from natives living in The Bahamas.

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T.G. Glover Primary welcomes school supply donation from the Rotary Club of East Nassau
September 11, 2009
T.G. Glover Primary welcomes school supply donation from the Rotary Club of East Nassau

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Representatives from the Rotary Club of East Nassau visited T.G. Glover Primary School bearing generous gifts of school supplies and back packs for the children. The supplies included twelve cases of back to school material for writing and craft supplies.

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August 01, 2012
Cat Island investors pour 60M into project

Despite a global recession and the wrath of Hurricane Irene, the developers behind a $220 million golfing community on Cat Island are reaffirming their commitment to a project set to transform the island.
Heath Shelton, the president of Cat Island Partners Ltd., told Guardian Business that investors behind the 1,904-acre oceanfront resort have invested more than $60 million thus far, and confidenc...

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December 30, 2019
Rotary Club of Old Fort Brings Christmas Cheer to Bain Town

On Christmas Eve, the Rotary Club of Old Fort (RCOF) distributed nearly 300 gifts to children and families in the Bain Town community. Some gifts were delivered directly to families at their homes while others were distributed to children gathered at various sites around the community...

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November 26, 2019
Women’s groups converge ‘downtown’ for launch of 16 Days of Activism Campaign

Representatives from women’s and other organizations across The Bahamas gathered “downtown” in Parliament Square Monday for the Launch of 16 Days of Activism for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls...

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November 26, 2019
Government Makes Commitment to End Gender-Based Violence by 2030; Campbell Outlines Plan of Action

The Government of The Bahamas has committed to doing all in its power to end Gender-Based Violence in the Commonwealth by the Year 2030, Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, the Hon. Frankie A. Campbell, said Monday...

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October 09, 2019
Second House of Assembly Communication on Hurricane Dorian by Prime Minister Minnis

Following my first communication to the House last week in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, I rise to offer a second communication on response and recovery efforts. I will provide further details and information to the House next week as additional information and reporting is made by government ministries and agencies.

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February 24, 2012
Medical Education Review Program students enjoy local cuisine, beach and bonfire in Grand Bahama

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - Students
of the Medical Education Review Program (MERP) had the opportunity to
unwind and enjoy a relaxing dinner and bonfire on Taino Beach at Junkanoo
Beach Club recently, all organized for them by the Student Services
department. They dined on traditional Bahamian cuisine and listened
to island music while gazing at the sunset. Later in the evening students ...

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