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Renowned sailor Ian Bruce dies age 82

IAN Bruce, an internationally renowned sailor, boat designer and builder who spent periods of his life in the Bahamas, died last month from cancer aged 82.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS: BAHAMAS SWIMMING FEDERATION FINAL CARIFTA TRIALS

A LOOK at the results of the Bahamas Swimming Federation’s final CARIFTA trials at the Betty Kelly Kenning National Swim Complex over the weekend:

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Spelling out one man's brilliance

``Honouring a Great Man of God’’

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The ABCs of a new beginning

THE positive atmosphere that presently envelops The Bahamas as a result of last week’s election is a welcome relief, reminiscent of that amazing optimism and anticipation felt in the 1970s when my late husband and I returned home from studies abroad as young Bahamians eager to make our mark upon the clean slate of our independent nation.

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Bahamas Pro Golf Tour Signature Classics 2nd round set for Ocean Club

WITH round one in the history books, the second round of the 2019 Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT) Signature Golf Classics is heading to Paradise Island at the Ocean Club Golf Course on Sunday.

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Exuma Marathon gets high marks

George Town, Exuma — For the first time in its history, the Exuma Marathon was able to announce the two sweetest words for any event in The Bahamas - sold out.Nearly 250 runners from as far away as Holland and Ireland packed the starting line last S

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Barracudas come out on top in Spring Invitational

THE Dolphin Swim Club held its Spring Invitational over the weekend at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS: Barracuda/Leno Corporate Services Invitational

• RESULTS of the Barracuda Swim Club’s Leno Corporate Services Invitational at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex over the weekend:

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Sun 'n Fun execs set to host fly-out air show in Grand Bahama and Abaco

SUN ‘n Fun executives expect 30-35 persons to participate in a group fly-out to Grand Bahama and Marsh Harbour, Abaco this May.
Top executives at Sun ‘n Fun in Lakeland, Florida, are advertising and promoting the Fly-Out to Grand Bahama and Marsh Harbour, scheduled to be held May 23-27 on the landing page of the Sun ‘n Fun website.

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Julien Thompson introduces "Junka-Pop"

IT’S a sound that Bahamians music fans have heard and experimented for several years and now it has a name – “Junka-Pop”.

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Cash 'N Go makes Exuma entrance

Sandals Emerald Bay said it has partnered with Cash ‘N Go to create a one-stop-shop for all its employees’ needs.

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RBC raises $23,000 for The Ranfurly Home for Children

RBC Royal Bank held its 3rd Annual RBC Client Appreciation & Invitational Golf Tournament on March 20. Participants, including RBC clients and business partners, enjoyed a day of exciting golf and friendly competition on the Ocean Club Golf Course.

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BSFN Boat Show at Palm Cay April 27

PALM Cay, the upscale waterfront development on Nassau’s eastern shore, will host the second annual Bahamas Sports Fishing Network (BSFN) Boat Show April 27.

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THE PRESS BOX: My Cowboys’ gamble pays off, and they ‘steal again’

THIS week saw the Dallas Cowboys see their gamble pay off and the team get away with larceny, yet again.

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Cat Island celebrates rake n' scrape

BAHAMIAN culture and music were celebrated during the Rake n’ Scrape Festival held in Cat Island over the holiday weekend.

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Video Game Hall of Fame Finalists

The World Video Game Hall of Fame’s 2017 finalists span decades and electronic platforms, from the 1981 arcade classic “Donkey Kong” that launched Mario’s plumbing career to the 2006 living room hit “Wii Sports,” that made gamers out of grandparents.

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Money transmission franchise launches

CASH N Go/Bill Express, a franchise of the popular Cash N Go money transmission business, has created six jobs with the launch of its first outlet.

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IDB LOAN PAYS FOR WSC IMPROVEMENTS

THE Water and Sewerage Corporation has implemented an intensive IDB loan-funded support programme in an effort to significantly improve overall service levels and put the corporation on the path to financial sustainability.

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Local shipping company not allowed to access imported medical supplies

A representative of a local shipping company is dismayed after being told by US officials that they will not be allowed to access imported medical supplies to help in the fight against the deadly COVID-19 virus.

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PM says it’s no go for more NPO

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said his “mouth is on lockdown” as he sought to contextualise his use of the medical term “NPO” on Tuesday in response to questions over whether he would meet with Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis following the latter’s strongly worded letter to him regarding PLP arrests.