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Sandals Foundation gives $200,000 to help children

THE Sandals Foundation has recommitted to its partnership with the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) by contributing CAD $200,000 to the SickKids-Caribbean Initiative (SCI).

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Chairman Mitchell comes out fighting

NEWLY elected Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell has committed the party to meeting the governing Free National Movement “at every corner and on every street” as opposition party recommits to capturing an election victory in 2022.

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Unjust and unfair: PM insists shanty towns must go – to improve lives

NOTWITHSTANDING a court injunction blocking evictions, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday said it would be “unjust and unfair” to allow shanty towns to remain and recommitted his government to the task of clearing those communities.

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Darville: We will roll out catastrophic health care

SENATOR Dr Michael Darville has recommitted the Progressive Liberal Party to rolling out catastrophic health coverage under National Health Insurance if the party wins the next election.

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'Use education as a weapon for change'

Dr Hubert Minnis, MP and Leader of the Opposition, was the guest speaker at Government High School’s Commonwealth Day observances, held on Monday.

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Plans to reduce, not repeal VAT on common goods

IN yesterday’s Speech from The Throne, the new government said it will reduce value added tax on breadbasket items, as the Minnis administration also outlined plans to transform Over-the-Hill communities.

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Train your way to higher performance

Opinion by Barbara Rodgers-Newbould By now, most of us have reviewed our last year's performance, recommitted ourselves to new year's resolutions, and started the process of working toward this year's goals. It's an exciting time of the year, a time of

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Train your way to higher performance

Opinion by Barbara Rodgers-Newbould By now, most of us have reviewed our last year's performance, recommitted ourselves to new year's resolutions, and started the process of working toward this year's goals. It's an exciting time of the year, a time of

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Train your way to higher performance

Opinion by Barbara Rodgers-Newbould By now, most of us have reviewed our last year's performance, recommitted ourselves to new year's resolutions, and started the process of working toward this year's goals. It's an exciting time of the year, a time of

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PM calls for Caribbean nations to recommit to saving youth

PRIME Minister Perry Christie on Tuesday implored American and Caribbean national security officials to become more proactive in their approaches to reducing trans-national criminal activity and the conditions that lead youths to engage in illicit practices.

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China reassures Caribbean amid trade tensions with US

AS trade tensions between the People’s Republic of China and the United States of America escalate, officials in Beijing this week recommitted the country to all of its ongoing projects and agreements in the Latin America and Caribbean region. Han J

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St James' Anglican Church celebrates Patronal Festival

LAST Sunday represented a grand and special time at St James’ Anglican Church in Adelaide Village, as Anglicans throughout New Providence gathered to celebrate the feast of the patron saint.

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INSIGHT: A simple way to boost the bottom line - training

2018 is fully underway and by now many of us have reviewed last year’s performance, outlined our goals for this year and recommitted ourselves to our New Year’s resolutions. It’s an exciting time of the year filled with endless possibilities. We are teeming with new ideas, armed with lessons learned from past mistakes, and optimistic this year will be better than the previous one.

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Tourism standards must ‘runneth over’

The Bahamas must improve its customer services and ‘value for money’ standards if the tourism industry is to remain competitive, an Atlantis executive said yesterday. 

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Faith Alive weekend raises the spirit

By JEFFARAH GIBSON

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US Embassy official is victim of robbery

LESS than two months after an attack on a senior US diplomat, another US official was robbed at the beach with his family last weekend.

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Vaccination incentives

While I see nothing wrong with the government using financial incentives to encourage people to get vaccinated, I object strongly to them using the exploitative proceeds from numbers gambling to do so.

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Lewis: I’m running for FNM leader

FORMER Minister of Disaster Preparedness, Management and Reconstruction Iram Lewis, the member of Parliament for Central Grand Bahama, announced yesterday that he is running for leader of the Free National Movement.

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Abaco – 900 shanty town homes set to be razed

THE government is tasked with finding alternative housing for nearly 1,000 households in shanty towns across Abaco as the Shanty Town Action Task Force (SATF) recommits to the self-imposed deadline of clearing unregulated communities on that island on or before July 31,2019.

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Historic day as PM has audience with the Pope

PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday made history by becoming the first Bahamian Prime Minister to have an audience with the Pope in the Vatican.

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