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March 23, 2011
Haiti:The Caribbean's hot spot for drug traffickers

If drug control is fundamental in maintaining a healthy society and in preventing the suffering and harm caused to individuals and society by drug abuse and drug trafficking, then its threat to the security and stability of Haiti presents a frightening picture.
While the International Narcotics Control Board continues to uphold its mandate of strengthening international action against drug product...

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March 06, 2011
FREE WIFI Hot Spots of The Bahamas Directory

The Bahamas Weekly is pleased to announce a new FREE listing service. 

Do you have a business that offers FREE WIFI in The Bahamas?  If so, list your business name and location with The Bahamas Weekly today!

The need for
internet access has become apparent in our lives today for many forms
of communication and business. The Bahamas Weekly would like to salute
those businesses that offe...

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News Article
Disinfect Germ Hot-Spots
November 25, 2010
Disinfect Germ "Hot-Spots"

The cold and flu season starts this month so take these steps to ensure your home is a healthy place. Disinfect commonly touched hard surfaces in your home like countertops, door handles, sinks, refrigerator handles, tabletops, light switches, telephones, TV remotes and baby changing tables.

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September 30, 2010
FREE WIFI Hot Spots of The Bahamas Directory

The Bahamas Weekly is pleased to announce a new FREE listing service. 

Do you have a business that offers FREE WIFI in The Bahamas?  If so, list your business name and location with The Bahamas Weekly today!

The need for
internet access has become apparent in our lives today for many forms
of communication and business. The Bahamas Weekly would like to salute
those businesses that offer f...

read more »


News Article

August 25, 2010
FREE WIFI Hot Spots of The Bahamas Directory

The Bahamas Weekly is pleased to announce a new FREE listing service. 

Do you have a business that offers FREE WIFI in The Bahamas?  If so, list your business name and location with The Bahamas Weekly today!

The need for
internet access has become apparent in our lives today for many forms
of communication and business. The Bahamas Weekly would like to salute
those businesses that offe...

read more »


News Article

August 09, 2010
Govt under pressure to target crime 'hot spots'

IN THE face of ever worsening crime statistics, Rev CB Moss is calling upon the government to mobilise all law enforcement assets and implement a "surge" strategy in "hot spot" areas of New Providence.
Rev Moss, executive director of the activist group Bahamas Against Crime, said it is clear the "monster" of criminality is threatening our way of life and it must be brought under control immediate...

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July 17, 2020
Authentic, off-the-beaten-path destinations

Glass Window Bridge.With COVID-19 raging globally, and Florida, a favored spot for Bahamians to "vacation", a new coronavirus hot spot, this means there isn't a better time than now to enjoy a "staycation" and explore the Out Islands, taking in the sights and sounds that tourists the [...]
The post Authentic, off-the-beaten-path destinations appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.

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July 16, 2020
Urban Renewal Centres to Assist Social Services Digital Service Delivery

The digitization and technological transformation underway at the Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development is a journey that will never have a final destination due to the fact that social services...

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June 22, 2020
Minister Dames Highlights the Crime-Fighting Use of Technology

During his Contribution to the 2020/2021 Budget Debate in the House of Assembly, on June 17, 2020, Minister of National Security the Hon. Marvin Dames noted that, globally...

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Coronavirus: WHO warns 190,000 could die in Africa in one year
May 08, 2020
Coronavirus: WHO warns 190,000 could die in Africa in one year

As many as 190,000 people across Africa could die in the first year of the coronavirus pandemic if crucial containment measures fail, the World Health Organization (WHO) warns.

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