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March 07, 2013
Fire breaks out at police headquarters

Fire Services Department personnel, whose primary responsibilities include extinguishing and preventing fires, were responsible for a blaze yesterday that engulfed a portion of a building on the Royal Bahamas Police Force Headquarters compound on East Street.
Dense black smoke billowed into the air and could be seen from several miles away.
Upon arrival at the scene, two teams of firefighters work...

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February 25, 2011
'We The People Bahamas' organization and sporting federations come together

Nassau Guardian - Commissioner of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Ellison Greenslade
said he is excited about the newly formed relationship and the various
steps taken by some sporting federation heads and 'We The People
Bahamas', to combat crime in the country. The initiative to use sports
as a vehicle to forge closer relationships with the Bahamian youth has
been launched through a Po...

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August 22, 2019
PMH boarder: I have no place else to go

The post PMH boarder: I have no place else to go appeared first on The Nassau Guardian...

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May 24, 2011
SkyBahamas launches Abaco-Ft. Lauderdale route

President of SkyBahamas Randy Butler said the airline is focused on steady growth, like todays launch of direct service from Abaco to Fort Lauderdale, Florida even as questions circulate related to an associate of the carrier.
I am still busy trying to help our country and trying to develop our country and business, he told Guardian?Business yesterday. Im even sorry I have to give comment...

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January 27, 2014
Nassau Stadium gets ready to go one more round

The birth place of modern boxing in The Bahamas, the fabled Nassau Stadium, is getting ready to go one more round.
With the late, venerable, and world-wise Charlie Major Sr. as the architect, the Nassau Stadium in the 1960s and 1970s became one of the hallmark boxing arenas in the Americas. Apart from being the platform from which many Bahamian pugilists rose to prominence, the Nassau Stadium also...

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September 12, 2013
The poor treatment of horses

Far too many visitors leave Nassau with awful memories of emaciated, exhausted horses rather than recollections of the beauty of the island. I know because calls and e-mails pour into our office from tourists who are appalled by the suffering of the horses...

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September 15, 2011
Forbes looking forward to changes for GSSSA sports

Keeping accurate game reports and introducing individual statistics are just two ways Alfred Forbes plans to take government high school sports, in New Providence, to another level.
The president of the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) is not sure if he will seek another term in office, but said he has started to put an agenda in place, just in case.
"I won't say outright th...

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September 06, 2016
Petition to oust Butler-Turner

WHILE the Free National Movement has said it will re-nominate Loretta Butler-Turner as the party's candidate for Long Island, attempts remain underway to have her replaced ahead of the 2017 general election, with former Cabinet minister Tennyson Wells confirming that he instructed a group of supporters to draft a petition for her removal.

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April 06, 2013
Search for top junior athletes has started

The search has begun for the best junior athletes throughout the country.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson left yesterday beginning his tour, which is the first phase of constructing the National Sports Academy. Johnson applauded all the members of both the CARIFTA track and field team, as well as the swimming squad on the magnificent job over the Easter holiday weekend. He...

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February 24, 2016
Top tourism official: Bahamas, Cuba compete in different arenas

Cuba and the United States have just signed an air service agreement, bringing the question of competition between The Bahamas and Cuba back to the forefront.

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