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Live a fulfilling life: Should you stop eating red meat?

Should you reduce your intake of beef, lamb, bacon and sausage? According to a new study, the answer is...maybe.

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A Sure Win does not intend to lay off workers

A SURE Win does not intend to lay off workers from its web shop operation, Human Resources Manager Kimberly Bodie said yesterday.

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Become the healthiest, happiest version of yourself: Health – whole and holy:

How do you define health? Is it a measure of your physique or absence of disease?

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Better pricing... the key to local shopping

MANY Bahamians travel to the United States for a vacation experience during the summer months. Most of these Bahamians travel with one purpose in mind: Shopping.

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Clubs and Societies: 02122016

Bahamas Human Resources Association. - On Thursday, January 28, the Paul H. Farquharson Conference Center was all abuzz with excitement, laughter and talk as the Bahamas Human Resources Association (BHRA), under the theme “Grow. Achieve. Lead,” installed seven HR professionals to the 2016 executive board. At the helm of this board is President Villiemae Black, HR manager at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC).

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Bahamas Roadmasters Virtual 9th Bahamas Half Marathon/ 10k set for November 20-21

WHILE they wait on the restrictions to be lifted for mass gatherings at public outings, Bahamas Roadmasters is encouraging persons to come out and participate in their Cancer Treatment of America Virtual 9th Bahamas Half Marathon and 10 Kilometre race.

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Humane Society photo contest

THE Bahamas Humane Society held its 4th annual photo contest at the New Providence Community Centre as part of an ongoing campaign to educate the public in the humane treatment of animals.

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Mitchell and 'misconceptions'

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Re: Mitchell in talks in US to clarify immigration ‘misconceptions’.
 The Tribune, November 19, 2014.

IN the late 1600’s, Sir Isaac Newton’s third Law of Motion determined that “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”. It is now time our Immigration Department learned that simple fact. Bull-in-a-china-shop immigration actions in the past have produced reactions that now need to be reconciled and explained. Hence, the PM is rightly concerned about a “backlash” and Mr Mitchell has found it necessary to go to Washington, hat in hand, to meet with The OAS and CARICOM to explain away their “misconceptions”. In short, and in light of our past heavy-handed public immigration actions, others just don’t seem to trust us. Now we have to prove to the outside world that we can indeed handle the problem in a rational manner which is humane and fair. Hopefully, we can rely on our chief diplomat, Mr Mitchell, to be successful in restoring a measure of credibility to this country.

KEN W KNOWLES, MD
Nassau,
December 15, 2014.

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Power cuts hit radio stations

RADIO 100 JAMZ and Joy 101.9 went off the air early Thursday morning after a series of power cuts affected the antenna and transmission systems. Engineers were working all day yesterday and late into the night to repair the antenna and restore transmission as quickly as possible.

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Pastors disappointed with PM over webshop laws

FREEPORT – Two local pastors have expressed great disappointment in the Prime Minister over his admission that he regrets not moving legislation to regulate web shops at the beginning of the PLP’s term in office.

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Web shop gaming: US urges Bahamas to 'beef up' money laundering regime

The US government has urged the Bahamas to beef up its anti-money laundering safeguards ahead of this year’s impending expansion of casino and web shop gaming, describing the latter as an “illicit” industry that “flourishes” in this nation.

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Loretta: Web shops ‘only game in town’ for Long Islanders

Long Island’s MP yesterday backed concerns that web shops were having a negative economic impact on her constituents, becoming “the only game in town” as other business “pillars” closed.

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Charity donations down this Christmas

CHARITY organisations such as the Humane Society, Red Cross Bahamas and Salvation Army have all reported their donations for the Christmas season are down.

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Living a Fulfilling Life: Six tips to banish cellulite

Cellulite is one of those things that either you accept is a beautiful part of the human body or you dislike it and do all you can to banish it. Here are a few things I’ve learned about cellulite and effective ways to reduce its appearance.

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Potcakes rescue mission

AROUND 80 dogs from the Bahamas Humane Society will take part in a “Wings of Rescue” flight to the United States this morning as a part of a plan to reduce the population in the overcrowded shelter.

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Webshop starts training staff in anti-money laundering methods

A local webshop chain has taken the next step in preparing for the industry’s regulation by training all of its employees in anti-money laundering and compliance.

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ROBOTS WITH BETTER SKILLS IN A BIGGER MARKET

More than 50 companies showcased a new generation of robots at the Shanghai CES electronics show, built to serve as companions at home, attendants at shopping malls or just provide entertainment.

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Clampdown announced on Cash for Gold shops

DAMIAN Gomez, State Minister of Legal Affairs, has announced the government’s plan to clamp down on pawn shop-like businesses in an effort to curtail “vexing and scurrilous” criminal activity associated with precious metals and stones.

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Atlantis employee: I was 'targeted' for termination

A former hotel union presidential candidate yesterday alleged he was "singled out and targeted" for termination by Atlantis just one day after the resort re-opened to much jubilation and fanfare.

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