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June 23, 2011
American Christian youth group spread God's word with primary school children

Being able to share God's word openly was an unbelievable experience for  eight members of the Encouraging Leaders Everyday Through Visual Arts, Talent and Education (ELEVATE) American Christian youth group that visited The Bahamas on an eight-day missionary trip to spread their ministry.
The group visited Woodcock Primary School and Sandilands Primary School where they spoke to students about pe...

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July 02, 2011
Scents of summer

Fragrance is so personal that the scent you wear says something about you.  But as the temperature changes, it's a good idea to consider new aromas. As the heat soars into the mid-90s Villamae Newbold, perfume specialist at John Bull, says you should be wearing fragrances that are clean, fresh or a light floral that won't stick to the skin during the hot summer months when you sweat a lot.
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July 05, 2011
When hatred triumphs over love

In a stunning display of idiocy, ignorance and incomprehensibility a pastoral trinity of Lyall Bethel, Allan Lee and Cedric Moss fired off a knee-jerk tirade cum letter to the editor generally confused about the facts on the matters on which they pontificated with smugness, sweated brow and frenzied abandon.
They were promiscuously responding to imagined threats that only through prejudicial and t...

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July 05, 2011
Superwash 'No.1 location' off 40

Superwash's president yesterday said sales at his "number one location" were down about 40 per cent year-over-year due to the New Providence Road Improvement Project, as he expressed hope it would be substantially completed prior to the general election due to the potential for 'stop, review, cancel' delays.

Dionisio D'Aguilar, also a past Chamber of Commerce president, told Tribune Business he...

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July 06, 2011
2.9m FamGuardreceivables riseraises concerns

RoyalFidelity Capital Markets yesterday said it currently had a 'Sell' recommendation on FamGuard Corporation's stock, expressing concern over the build up in premium receivables and relatively low 12 per cent loss provisioning for delinquent mortgage loans.

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July 08, 2011
Satisfying the cravings of true-true Bahamians

The first beat of the goatskin drum makes a Bahamian stop where they are.  They just feel it -- the spirit of Junkanoo -- the excitement, the joy all break forth because it's what the people come out and experience.  When you add the sound of the cowbells to the drumbeat you get a pulsating sound that transcends all.

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July 08, 2011
Concern with acceptance of homosexuality

Dear Editor,

I applaud Pastors Lyall Bethel, Allan Lee and Cedric Moss for their brave defense of traditional marriage. There is nothing from both a scientific and biblical view that supports the perversion of homosexual activity. The Bible condemns it and science has affirmed that there is no gay gene.

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July 09, 2011
'Art Is' coming

For those who miss the iconic "Express Yourself" open mic nights that Nadine Brown used to host, get ready for her latest venture, "Art Is", the new low-key performance and visual arts forum which kicks off Wednesday July 20th at 8pm at The Hilton.

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July 13, 2011
Private sector 'willing'on wage subsidy plan

SEVERAL private sector businesses have expressed a willingness to embrace the Government's subsidised work-placement initiative, the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation's (BCCEC) chairman, Winston Rolle, said yesterday.

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The road to the coveted Miss Teen USA title
July 15, 2011
The road to the coveted Miss Teen USA title

For 51 American teen beauty queens, seven days of fun in the sun is sheer heaven.  But for each of them the icing on the cake would be if they walked away with the title of Miss Teen USA as will happen on Saturday, July 16 when one of the young ladies will be crowned.

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The End of an Era
July 16, 2011
The End of an Era

When Erica James was earning her BA in Vassar College in 1992, she chose for her senior project the topic of a National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.  Little did she know that eleven years later in 2003 she would be leading such an institution that would drastically change the way Bahamian viewers and artists approach art.

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July 17, 2011
Antique Auto Show proceeds assist the Ranfurly Home for Children

NASSAU, Bahamas -- The 36 young residents of the Ranfurly Home for Children on Mackey Street are benefiting from the efforts of members of the Antique Auto Club of The Bahamas and more significantly from the members of the public, tourists and the business community who supported the Club's Annual Antique Auto Show and Streak-out for 2011.

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The power of creativity
July 23, 2011
The power of creativity

These days, it seems as if customer satisfaction for tourists is at an all-time high, while local businesses and government-run institutions have a bad reputation for customer satisfaction. One doesn't need to look further than K.B.'s hit song "Civil Service" to see how this attitude has become a familiar part of Bahamian culture.

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July 27, 2011
A.M. Best affirms rating of Family Guardian shareholder

International credit ratings agency A.M. Best has affirmed the financial strength of one of Family Guardian's major shareholders. The revised outlook for Sagicor Capital Life Insurance Company Limited's - which has 20 percent in the Bahamian company - was sent down yesterday.

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Take back the night
August 12, 2011
Take back the night

Every man, woman and child who cares enough to take a stance against violence in the streets and in homes is being encouraged to make a powerful statement by joining the Crisis Centre in a march and speak-out against violence in the streets and in homes.

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August 13, 2011
A Great Freedom

History began with the creation of the written record. This is not to say that nothing existed prior. The invention of written language provided a record of conversations, events or thoughts. Writing established the flow of ideas from one generation to the next, undisturbed by verbal manipulation. Some 8,000 years later there proves no greater mechanism than the power of language to communicate no...

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August 16, 2011
UNCONDITIONAL LOVE

"You never see it coming

Then the next you know...

unconditional love...

unconditional love

She ain't looking for

no diamonds

And digging for no gold

Just somebody to love...

unconditional love

Woaaah"

Reggae Artist Siccature "Jah Cure" Alcock has found unconditional love as he and longtime girlfriend, media personality and former Miss Jamaica Kamila McDonald, tied the knot at a ceremon...

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August 28, 2011
Irene to 'Eeat Into' BEC's 7M Target

WHILE the cost of Hurricane Irene repairs will "eat into" the Bahamas Electricity Corporation's (BEC) $7 million profit projection for the financial year ending on September 30, its chairman expressed hope that it would still end the period in the black.

While still awaiting hard data from the BEC assessment teams and repair crews that have fanned out through the hard-hit central and southern B...

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September 12, 2011
Profile: Matthew Kelly

How do you feel about theater in The Bahamas?  What are its weak and strong points? How active is it?
Thankfully theater is on the rebound.
Theater in The Bahamas is in a fledgling state, a bit weird considering its decades and decades of history.  In a sense it's really being reborn.  Not all of it or all of the people are new, not by far, but part of our legacy was a disconnect fr...

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September 13, 2011
DNA and its leader prove amateurish and reckless

Since the glitzy launch of his party, DNA Leader Branville McCartney has been relentlessly gaffe-and blunder-prone making a series of amateurish and ill-advised statements. One of the more egregious is his intention that children born of illegal immigrants be constitutionally banned from applying for citizenship.
For this he has been criticized by a chorus of voices including a senior prelate who ...

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