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Financial Bowling League results

THE top scorer in Financial Bowling League competition on Wednesday night at Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment Centre was Sonith Lockhart of Rubis Oil Stars, who struck for his highest game and highest three game series ever. Lockhart mowed do

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NPBA: Specialists, Giants in win column

THE Uptown Cuts Specialists and TMT Giants both won their second games of the New Providence Basketball Association’s 2019/20 season at the AF Adderley Gymnasium on Monday night.In the men’s Division One feature contest, the Specialists pulled off a

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The 20 areas which leaders must impact

Research suggests that business success rests on impactful leadership. Leadership at all levels requires skill, passion and will. We now focus our attention on 20 competencies that 2020’s leaders must exhibit all year long in this first of a two-part

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Designing traits for career success

Besides creativity and passion, what makes a graphic designer great? Some believe creative geniuses are born, while others feel creativity is a learned behaviour. But taking passion and understanding into account, there are many other factors involve

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Things to stop doing in 2018 and beyond

1. Stop spending time with the wrong peopleLife is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you. If someone wants you in their life, they’ll make room for you. You shouldn’t have to fight for a spot. Never, ever throw yoursel

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Chemotherapy and oral care - Maintaining a beautiful smile through it all -

Most people are aware of hair loss with chemotherapy. But many don’t realise that more than one-third of people being treated for breast cancer can develop complications that affect the mouth. Pre-existing or untreated oral disease can even complicat

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Off to slow start? Naughty's Fantasy Football Quick Fix

WITH the first month of the NFL season in the books, it’s time for serious fantasy managers to start shaking things up if they are off to a slow start, 0-4 or 1-3 perhaps?It’s time to make smart, critical moves. Use your head not your hearts to solid

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PRESS BOX: PERFECT PATRIOTS AND DOLPHINS IN THE PLAYOFFS?

The Hall of Fame game takes place on Thursday night between my Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals. Mind you neither squad will look remotely close to what their true identities will be on opening day. Thursday’s game and the weekend’s festiviti

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Bahamas Youth Flag Football

WITH over 100 children playing in season four of the Bahamas Youth Flag Football League, the league is experiencing its best season to date.The games, played on the exterior fields of the original Thomas A Robinson Stadium every Saturday starting at

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Rolle to represent Bahamas in Pure Silk Classic

For the fifth time, Georgette Rolle will carry the Bahamian flag at the Ladies Professional Golf Association’s Pure Silk Bahamas Classic.In preparation for this year’s tournament that will run from Thursday to Sunday at the Ocean Golf Club on Paradis

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SPORTS NOTES

THE Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools is slated to begin its best-of-three softball championship series today, but instead of playing at Freedom Farm, they will use the various high school home fields.• Here

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IAN FERGUSON: Guiding workplace leaders of the future

MENTORSHIP is not a new term in the corporate environment. For centuries we have had formal and informal mentors teaching, training and preparing the next generation of leaders. Mentorship is typically defined as the relationship in which a more expe

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Gardiner to the fore

The top scorer from the Financial Bowling League competition last night was Clayton Gardiner of Leno Corporate Services with a 565 high three-game series. The runner-up was Charles ‘CQ’ Johnson of Moonlight Strikers with a 531-second high set. Teamma

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SPORTS NOTES

BLUE CHIPS ATHLETIC CAMP REGISTRATIONTHE Blue Chips Athletic Club, headed by Corrington Maycock, is all set to hold its fifth annual Throwers Summer Camp 9am to 3pm July 23-28 at Queen’s College campus.April Smith, in her fourth season as an assistan

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BLTA: tennis executives in the spotlight at annual general meeting

THE Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association held its annual general meeting at the National Tennis Centre last week Thursday when Darnette Weir and seven of her slate of officers were elected to serve on the board for the next two years. • Here’s a profile o

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Bahamas Youth Flag Football

WITH over 100 children playing in season four of the Bahamas Youth Flag Football League, the league is experiencing its best season to date.The games, played on the exterior fields of the original Thomas A Robinson Stadium every Saturday starting at

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THE ART OF GRAPHIX: Trumpeting the way to better productivity

THEY say music is the universal language. Is this true? Or could it be that the art in music itself is a healer through its expression of humanity? It is something we are all touched by and, regardless of cultural background, everyone loves music.Par

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ART OF GRAPHIX: To crop is more than just a chop

Cropping is an easy yet important step to consider when editing photos. Every image editing program has a crop tool. This is used to crop or clip an image, and it works on all layers of images, visible or invisible. This tool is often used to remove

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IAN FERGUSON: The science of good leadership

Leadership behaviours, and skills that contribute to superior performance, are known as the leadership competencies. Companies can help identify and develop next generation leaders by adopting a competency-based approach. Managers, aspiring managers

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Sports notes

SPORTS NOTESBOWLINGFINANCIAL LEAGUETYRONE Knowles of Leno Corporate Services was the top scorer in Financial Bowling League competition Wednesday night at Mario’s Family and Entertainment Centre with a 224 high game and a 622 high three game set. Sta