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Planting a tree to grow a community

THE Bahamas National Pride Association believes better communities can be encouraged by the planting of fruit-bearing trees and the beautifying of abandoned inner city properties.

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$10m resort investment targets 'prime' Xmas

A major resort developer/operator is aiming to launch its $10 million first phase redevelopment of Eleuthera’s Coco Di Mama property in the Christmas 2014 “prime season”, telling Tribune Business it was looking to take the resort’s room count up to 30.

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Tourism minister disappointed at video made by Disney staff

TOURISM Minister Obie Wilchcombe said yesterday he was “disappointed” in a video made by Disney Cruise Line employees that portrayed The Bahamas in a negative light but admitted that there is more that can be done to “beautify” downtown Nassau.

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Bannister slams ‘stupid’ and ‘nasty’ social media rumours

NEWLY appointed Minister of Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday that recent social media rumours about his health were “stupid,” “immature” and “nasty” as he expressed eagerness to begin the work of beautifying The Bahamas through his new role.

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Nailing down true forms of creativity

Reva Dean, pictured, is quickly becoming a popular household name in our community. This young lady makes magic wherever she goes, using her creative charm and ability to maximum effect.This lady, who wears many hats as a play writer, author, relatio

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Stop cull on Cable Beach

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Groups join community gardening scheme

Groups join community gardening scheme By Gladstone Thurston Bahamas Information Services NEW Providence's Urban Renewal Centres, primary schools and youth clubs have joined in the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources' community gardening initi

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Groups join community gardening scheme

Groups join community gardening scheme By Gladstone Thurston Bahamas Information Services NEW Providence's Urban Renewal Centres, primary schools and youth clubs have joined in the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources' community gardening initi

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Groups join community gardening scheme

Groups join community gardening scheme By Gladstone Thurston Bahamas Information Services NEW Providence's Urban Renewal Centres, primary schools and youth clubs have joined in the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources' community gardening initi

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Churchgoers help with urban renewal

Churchgoers help with urban renewal THE Urban Renewal Centre in Bain and Grant's Town got a much-needed helping hand from local and international volunteers. The group, brought together by St Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk, gave the centre a complete facelif

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A slice of luxury and heritage to take home

Catherine Gagnon is on a mission to beautify homes of Bahamians with luxurious locally made décor pieces.

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Churchill Square to be opened today

FREEPORT - Today's official opening ceremony for the transformed Churchill Square will mark the successful completion of the Downtown Turnaround Project spearheaded by the Grand Bahama Port Authority.

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Cleanliness brings rewards for schools

GOVERNOR General Sir Arthur Foulkes congratulated the Bahamas National Pride Association and the Ministry of Education for the presentation of the 17th Clean Campus Awards Ceremony, held January 30 in the Grounds at Government House.

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QC giving back

AS Queen’s College celebrates its 123rd anniversary, the school’s Alumni Association is calling on all former students and teachers to “give back”.

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Project aims to revitalise inner city community

IMPROVING the physical appearance of an inner city community can be a powerful tool for social change, according to Rev C B Moss.

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DIANE PHILLIPS: Let’s be honest - it’s time to clean up our act

We often talk about beautification, meaning planting flowers or adding greenery, lighting, benches in a pedestrian area. We include clean-up where appropriate, public art where possible, underground irrigation where affordable. But we rarely stop to think how the place we are beautifying got into the shape it did that required beautification in the first place.

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Lower revenue from Bimini hurts Resorts World's parent company

RESORTS World Bimini’s parent company suffered a decline in earnings in its latest quarter, according to international reports.

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Keeping the wood crafting dream alive

The widow of Bahamas Woodcrafters’ founder is working with company staff to keep his 22-year dream alive by making it the leading business in the industry.Alexander Baxter opened the creative wood crafting business in the Soldier Road Industrial Park

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In the eye of the makeup artist

SHE started out in the unlikely field of banking, but today Lucy Lu is on her way to becoming one of the Bahamas’ leading makeup artists.

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Beautification project launched for dilapidated buildings

THE Grand Bahama Port Authority has embarked on a beautification project to spruce up several dilapidated, abandoned buildings in Freeport with the help of well-known local Bahamian artist Sheldon Saint.

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