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MITCHELL says Bahamians are 'fed up' with protests about Cuban detainees

Fred Mitchell said it was 'reprehensible that The Bahamas is being attacked in this way, apparently with official sanction. It is simply outrageous.'

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‘Q’ Ferguson looking forward to fine season

BAHAMIAN sprinter Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson is loving it in Jamaica. Having made the move from her former training base to join the MVP Track Club, Ferguson says everything is going well. Despite early nervousness about the change, she is now looking forward to a fine season.

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Training venue change paying big dividends for ‘Q’ Ferguson

A change in training venue from the United States to the Caribbean is certainly starting to pay off big dividends for sprinter Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson.

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Swimming with horses thanks to Camperdown Riding Club

Q: Why are most horses in shape? A: Because they’re on a stable diet.

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Bahamian women encouraged to chase purpose, not men

LIVING according to her motto – “Chase Purpose, Not Penis” – a slogan that is now printed on a new line of T-shirts – was not easy for Simone Gibson.

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WORLD VIEW: No, the idea of CARICOM is not dead

A commentary, published on March 8 by Camillo Gonsalves, a Minister of the Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines, was headlined “Every Island for itself’. The first line was unequivocal in stating “The idea of CARICOM died on December 16, 2020”.

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FACE TO FACE: We don’t give these storms the respect they deserve

I had a chat about Hurricane Dorian with 29-year veteran meteorologist Wayne Neely, who has spent most of his professional life writing books with detailed accounts of hurricanes that have affected The Bahamas.

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LCF donor generosity goes a long way in supporting local artists and scholars

LYFORD Cay Foundation scholars and alumni are making waves on Bahamian arts and culture scene. From prestigious international exhibitions to the Central Bank of the Bahamas awards, Lyford Cay Scholars and artists are leaving their mark.

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NPOSA ROUND-UP

NPOSA ROUND-UP THE New Providence Oldtimers Softball Association continued its regular season with a series of games in the Archdeacon William Thompson Softball Park at the Southern Recreation Grounds over the weekend. Dozer Heavy Equipment 17, Q-Club D

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Things 2 Do - 6/27/12

Things 2 Do - 6/27/12 June 27 - July 4 Landrail Homecoming Festival (Acklins & Crooked Island) The emphasis of the festival will be on building the community with a special church service and fundraising activities for a community center. Descendants w

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SWD Boys remain undefeated in Oldtimers Softball Association

WHILE the SWD Boys remained undefeated in Division A of the New Providence Oldtimers Softball Association, the Blue Postal Sharks suffered their first loss in Division B.

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Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson doesn’t advance to semi-final of 200m

BEIJING, China — Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson was hoping to make her return to the Bird’s Nest a spectacular one.

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Oldtimers softball takes the spotlight

THE New Providence Oldtimers Softball Association’s regular season action continued in the Archdeacon William Thompson Softball Park at the Southern Recreation Grounds over the weekend.

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'Q' Ferguson clocks personal best

Sheniqua 'Q' Ferguson has gotten off to a fast start this year. Competing along with a field of Bahamians at the Auburn Invitational over the weekend, Ferg

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Ferguson, Brown miss out on finals at Moscow Championships

Chris 'Fireman' Brown and Sheniqua 'Q' Ferguson gave it their best, but unfortunately neither of them advanced to the final of their respective events.

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Probe after viral firearm post

AUTHORITIES are investigating the circumstances surrounding a condescending and controversial social media post made by an international boater, where he scoffs at the ease in which he was able to transport firearms into The Bahamas.

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Sheniqua Ferguson misses out on final

SOPOT, Poland: Sheniqua 'Q' Ferguson's bid for a shot at the women's 60 metres final came up short, but she will walk away from the International Amateur Athletic Federation's 2014 World Indoor Championship as the 14th fastest woman on the planet.

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Ferguson falls short in 100 semis

MOSCOW, Russia — In contrast to her first-round appearance, sprinter Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson got left in the blocks and this time she had to run down the rest of the field in the semifinals of the women’s 100 metres at the 14th IAAF World Athletics Championships.

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OFF THE SPECTRUM: Special needs vs disability

Happy New Year! I hope this year brings more peace, prosperity and awareness for you all.

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POLITICOLE: Writing and the art of self examination

Q: How long have you been a journalist? A: I am not a journalist; I am a writer.