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"Don't take this thing to heart"

By Rev Angela C Bosfield Palacious

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Time to end the suffering at Potter's Cay

This is a plea for the saving of the economic lives of the Bahamian Potters Cay licensed businesses, that sell conch salad, food, and drinks to many visitors and locals alike.

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A LIFE OF CRIME: Cries from a victim

MERE words cannot describe the agony that I have felt over the past few weeks. The loss of my son, Sean, has been unbearable.

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Spiritual warfare

LUKE 19:45-48 relates to us the familiar story of Jesus after he had thrown the money changers out of the temple. In a deeper sense, this story depicts salvation and the steps Christ takes and is taking to save us. The temple represents you and me (1 Corinthians 6:19). Christ chasing out all who had set up shop in the temple represents him cleansing us from all sin (1 John 1:9).

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Buyer demand rising as post-Dorian prices halve

Buyer demand for Abaco homes is increasing with properties selling at about 50 percent of their pre-Dorian value, a Hope Town-based realtor. Jane Patterson, a Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty estate agent, said: “Most of the buyers I have bee

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Man handed keys to new home by Prime Minister

AN elderly man was handed the keys to his brand new home on Thompson Lane yesterday, courtesy of Urban Renewal 2.0.

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Affliction hits the big screen today

FEVER induced madness cripples the city of Nassau and sends three people on a hunt for food and clean water in a new Bahamian film to premiere tonight.

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The long and rich history of Adelaide's St James Anglican Church

The anti-slavery legislation passed by the British Parliament on March 23, 1807 prohibited an vessel engaging in slave traffic from being cleared from any port which was located in British Territory after March 1, 1808. Thereafter, slave ships were b

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Adelaide’s St James Anglican Church: 170 turbulent years of history

The Slave Trade Abolition Act passed by the British Parliament on March 23, 1807 prohibited an vessel engaging in slave trade from being cleared at any port located in British Territory after March 1, 1808. Thereafter, slave ships were boarded by the British, the slaves were confiscated and were landed at the nearest British port. The same procedure was followed in the case of a shipwreck.

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Surviving the seasons

Surviving the Seasons
 
AS we consider the life of St Mary, the Mother of Our Lord, we recognise distinct periods of time in her life when she experienced the different seasons of spirituality.

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Shaunae pledges $25,000 to help with hurricane recovery

SHAUNAE Miller-Uibo became the latest high profile Bahamian athlete to use their platform to aid the Hurricane Dorian relief effort. The national 200m record holder and reigning 400m Olympic champion pledged $25,000 to assist the rebuilding of churc

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Meditation: New Year Blessings

“For this God is our God for ever and ever; he will be our guide even to the end.” (Psalm 48:14 NIV)

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Surviving the horrors of history

Do we believe that the spate of violent crimes is the result of slavery, piracy, colonialism, lack of identity, economic hardship, greed, abuse, addiction and affliction known to humankind? Are we trapped forever in a cycle of the horrors of history? Is there a glimmer of hope that we can find healing, wholeness and wellness of soul?

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THE LAW OF ANTAGONISM

By Kevin Ewing All relationships are governed by laws whether we admit it or not. As a matter of fact I would further my point by saying everything, be it seen or unseen meaning physical or spiritual has its boundaries or limits set by laws that governs

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Gov’t pushing MSC, Hutchison on MoU

The Government is pushing for Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and Hutchison Whampoa to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) this week, which some observers believe deals with the Grand Bahama Port Authority’s (GBPA) acquisition.

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Surviving the Horrors of History

Do we believe that the recent spate of violent crimes in our nation is the result of slavery, piracy, colonialism, lack of identity, economic hardship, drugs, greed, abuse, addiction and other afflictions known to humankind? Are we trapped forever in

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This New Providence Road Improvement Project

EDITOR, The Tribune. This New Providence Road Improvement Project (NPRIP) commenced early on the morning of Monday, November 2, 2009 at the Blue Hill Road and Robinson Road intersection, at a cost of $60 million. Nearly three years later Blue Hill Road is yet incomplete and the project now has a cost overrun of over $100 million and growing.

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‘I believe the water rise so fast and so high it was a tsunami’

The devastation in North Andros from Hurricane Matthew is almost unimaginable, Ricardo Wells finds . . .

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WHY SO LITTLE AID AND WHY SO LATE?: Year from Irma, islanders insist govt does more

RESIDENTS of Ragged Island are calling for more government assistance than the $4,000 per household issued by the National Emergency Management Agency on Friday. 

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Call for Dames to resign over Abaco: FNM branch chairman hits out over island’s ‘weak security’

THE chairman of the Free National Movement’s Central and South Abaco constituency branch wants National Security Minister Marvin Dames to resign over the “weak security” on the island.

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