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EP Roberts Primary captures A and B division championships

A NUMBER of primary school students participated in the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s “World Tennis Day” Jamboree at the National Tennis Centre on Monday.

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Break-Out Session: The mysterious Gräfenberg Spot

THE G-spot has been a topic of scientific discussion for at least 30 years now, and in my opinion, it is worth every bit of it. Yes! Let us find out about other ways to bring about intense pleasure to females other than the (hopefully) straightforward clitoral stimulation. Guys, get ready to brighten your horizons in the art of female pleasure.

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Vitamalt official malt beverage for Marathon Bahamas

As thousands of local and international participants cross the finish lines at Sunshine Insurance Race Weekend 2013’s Marathon Bahamas and the Susan G Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure, they will be greeted with an ice cold Vitamalt beverage.

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WORLD CUP: England fall to Januzaj screamer as Belgium take top spot

(Mirror.co.uk) England will face Colombia in the last 16 of the World Cup after their defeat to Belgium.

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1,000 pairs of tennis shoes for children in need

CELEBRATE Freeport and the Assemblies of God RV 500 Initiative, in partnership with several major institutions, will distribute 1,000 pairs of tennis shoes to needy children on Grand Bahama this summer.

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sports inbrief

SOCCER BSSA ACTION THE Bahamas Scholastic Sports Association held its Football (Soccer) Tournament at the St Paul's Sports Field in Lyford Cay over the weekend. The results were as follows: Primary Boys Final - Tr. Christian def. Teleos 2-0 Primary Girls

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Bahamas and all IFCs to feel tax compliance pinch

An attorney writes that this nation is being pushed to implement a 'low tax' regime

The past decade has witnesses an historically significant increase in international tax compliance measures.

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‘Shell billions show corporate tax need’

A Bahamian financial services provider yesterday argued this nation should not use global demands for a 15 percent minimum corporate tax rate “as a marker” after Ireland refused to budge from its lower regime.

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‘Stop crying as if we are the victim’

The Bahamas “must stop crying as if we are the victim” and instead “aggressively” reform its tax system to compete under a 15 percent minimum global corporate levy, a top banker argued yesterday.

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'It was a slugfest'

It was a slugfest at the Banker's Field last night as the Bommer G Operators avenged their loss to the Proper Care Lady Sharks. In the New Providence Softball Associatio

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Pink Foxes blow away Predators 53-0

BALL IN PLAY: The G-Fit Pink Foxes blew away Femme Fatale Predators 53-0 as the Bahamas Flag Football League continued its regular season action at the Winton rugby pitch on Sunday. In the other women's game, the Lynx routed the Lady Raiders 21-0.

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NPSA to open women's best-of-five first round playoffs this weekend

WITH the men’s national softball team travelling this week, the New Providence Softball Association will only open its best-of-five first round playoffs with the women’s division in the Banker’s Field at Baillou Hills Sporting Complex this weekend.

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Tributes to sculptor and artist Stephen G E Burrows

PROMINENT Bahamian sculptor and artist Stephen G E Burrows, who dedicated his life to the culture of art in public spaces, has passed away.The 80-year-old was the first Bahamian steel and metal artist to have his artistry publicly showcased throughou

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Ex-AG: ‘No cause to panic’ over 15% tax

An ex-attorney general yesterday reassured that The Bahamas has “no cause to panic” over the 15 percent global minimum corporate tax rate agreed by world’s powerful nations at the weekend.

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Waste station being developed at Green Turtle Cay

A MODERN transfer waste station is being developed through the J&G Pavers accelerated project in Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, for proper and efficient debris management in that community.

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NPWBA: Best-of-5 championship opens tonight

THE New Providence Women’s Basketball Association will open its best-of-five championship tonight at the DW Davis Gymnasium when the Lady Cheetahs take on the Bommer G Lady Operators.

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Two charged in gun and assault cases

TWO men charged in separate criminal matters appeared in the Freeport Supreme Court yesterday for a bail application hearing before Justice Petra Hanna-Adderley. Clive G Wyatt, who is facing charges of possession of a firearm and ammunition, appeare

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G-League Draft: 'Chicken' and Zane join NBA minor league franchises

DANRAD “Chicken” Knowles and Zane Knowles became the latest Bahamians to join National Basketball Association minor league franchises when they heard their names called at the NBA G-League Draft.Danrad was selected by the Grand Rapids Drive with the

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‘Tureano Johnson would have a hell of a fight with Golovkin’

ALTHOUGH Tureano Johnson has been denied a shot at WBA and IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin thus far, his promoter Gary Shaw was back on the stump petitioning for Johnson to receive that opportunity.

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Tristan Eldon wins Cecil G Cooke Memorial Jr Regatta

THE Bahamas National Sailing School and Nassau Yacht Club hosted the Cecil G Cooke Memorial Jr Regatta for the second year at the weekend.