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May 05, 2015
Time to get in shape

Though summer is fast approaching, there is still time to get in shape and get healthy.

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October 27, 2014
Former pro giving back as personal fitness trainer

Former professional basketball player and Bahamian national team member Jimmy Mackey is one of the newest certified fitness instructors in the country, and already his work is paying dividends for his clients.
Mackey, the only master personal trainer in the Caribbean region, has trained a number of elite Bahamian athletes, preparing them for various competitions. The list reads like a who's who am...

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Laid-Off Worker Creates We've Got Time to Help Volunteer Group
May 06, 2010
Laid-Off Worker Creates "We've Got Time to Help" Volunteer Group

Like many people in the current economy, Seth Reams of Portland, Ore., lost his job several months ago. But he soon realized that there were only so many hours a day he could spend looking for workso what could he do with the rest of his time?

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July 01, 2014
Get in touch

It's one of the oldest healing arts, and today the benefits of massage are varied and far-reaching. As an accepted part of many physical rehabilitation programs, massage therapy has also proven beneficial for many chronic conditions including low back pain, arthritis, bursitis, fatigue, high blood pressure, diabetes, immunity suppression, infertility, smoking cessation and depression. Many people ...

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June 26, 2014
Jehue Gordon: Balancing the books and professional athletics

With a focus of promoting Caribbean athletics globally, the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) is continuing with its 'Day in the Life' Series, featuring some of the best athletes in the region. In Trinidad, Guardian Sports Editor Sheldon Longley who is with the IAAF team, caught up with sensational World Champion Jehue Gordon. Here is his story:

At 22, there is little doubt...

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November 12, 2013
VAT bill revealed

The legislation and regulations the government drafted to guide its value-added tax (VAT) regime when it takes effect next July would tax over 80 different professions, cable bills and phone bills for all consumers, and electricity and water bills for businesses.
The Value Added Tax Bill 2013, and the Value Added Tax Regulations 2013, obtained by The Nassau Guardian, propose a flat tax rate of 15 ...

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A sweet alternative
July 30, 2013
A sweet alternative

From peach fuzz to long, coarse growth, women have been doing battle with excess hair and hair removal for centuries. And then there are those who are interested in hair removal for areas such as legs, underarms or the bikini area where growth is normal, but sometimes undesirable. No matter the reason, there is no shortage of ways to cope -- laser, electrolysis, waxing, shaving, depilatories and t...

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November 08, 2012
Relax and rejuvenate at Renu Day Spa in downtown Freeport

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island -  Relax,
rejuvenate and Renu your mind and body at Renu Day Spa on Mall Drive in downtown Freeport.

Unwind in an environment where
privacy and individualized attention are always ensured. Our Skin Care
specialists, Manicurists, Pedicurists, Makeup Artists and Massage
Therapists are at your disposal, bringing combined experience of over 20
years together to...

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June 04, 2019
BTVI gives back to Sandilands' caregivers

For the third consecutive year, the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) has provided a professional development course scholarship to the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre’s Occupational Therapy Employee of the Year...

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October 09, 2011
Bald, beautiful surviving

No one ever thinks they will develop cancer. Cassandra Lewis-Moore was one of those people. The 34-year-old thought there was a possibility she would get diabetes as it'runs'in her family, but she never thought cancer would happen to her. But during the eighth month of pregnancy with her first child in October 2010, she felt a huge lump in one of her breasts. She knew something was wrong. She soug...

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