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Getting the relationship right with China

CHINA'S presence in the Caribbean is becoming a matter of increasing debate if not concern as more Chinese businesses open in Caribbean towns and villages crowding out locals, and Chinese-funded projects import a majority of Chinese workers at a time of high unemployment in Caribbean countries.

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Bahamian interior designer offers ‘lovely’ home decor

INTERIOR designer Elizabeth Clarke makes her mark as she travels the world.

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Bahamas 400m trio reach world semi-finals, Ferguson misses out in women's 100m

ALL three Bahamian competitors advanced from the first round of the highly competitive men's 400m at the IAAF World Championships on Sunday, but sprinter Sheniqua 'Q' Ferguson missed out on her opportunity to progress in an even more exciting women's 100m.

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Christmas at the Hilton

THE British Colonial Hilton helped to make the holidays a little brighter for a handful of students from the Salvation Army’s after school programme.

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Q&A with US Charge d'Affaires Lisa Johnson

LISA JOHNSON, the US Charge d'Affaires in Nassau, answers The Tribune's questions about her country's views of Bahamian issues, from the gender equality referendum and the continued ambassadorial vacancy to crime, government accountability and Chinese investment.

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Women's 4x100 relay team clock season best but don't make final

LONDON, England — The team of Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson, Chandra Sturrup, Christine Amertil and Anthonique Strachan ran a season’s best of 43.07 seconds, but a slight fumble on the third exchange may have been the difference with them getting into the final of the women’s 4 x 100 metre relay.

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A 'sneak preview' on the way forward in sports

SINCE taking office last week, Minister Daniel Johnson has had the opportunity to meet with the staff and outline plans for the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture.

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THE ART OF GRAPHIX: Forward-looking design that never goes back

The only time we should ever look back in life is to see how far we have come. This is definitely something to ponder considering the many challenges, failures and disappointments that sometimes seem to follow us each day.Whether we believe in this m

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'Ricky' Davis making strides

RICARDO “Ricky” Davis is making strides since his first tournament at the Alaqua Country Club on November 3, 2013, in Tampa, Florida, where he finished in a tie for No. 28 with a score of 223 after a three-day event.

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The embarrassing curve ball in the bedroom

Q: Dear Dr Pinto, I am a 38-year-old married father with an embarrassing problem regarding a distressing curvature of my stiff penis that makes intimacy almost impossible. I am very depressed and my self-esteem is at a low point. Can you as a doctor

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Oldtimers Softball heats 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. Here’s a summary of the games:SWD Boyz 23, DKS

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Athletic team is finally named

A WEEK after announcing the other disciplines for the 20th Commonwealth Games, the Bahamas Olympic Committee has finally released a 35-member athletic team that will compete in Glasgow, Scotland.

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'Q' ready for second Olympic appearance

LONDON, England — She is back for her second stint at the Olympic Games. But Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson admits that she wishes she was at 100 per cent as she pursues a possible sprint double.

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Learning all about baby: Sandbox hosts experts for ‘Family Talks’

EVEN if they have walked the road before, parents of newborn babies always have tons of questions about their child’s growth and what developmental milestones they should be reaching. Many quiz their paediatricians or turn to Google and online communities for their answers.

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CLICO payouts from monday

THE official liquidator for Clico (Bahamas) Ltd has reminded residents that a second interim payment for outstanding claims to policyholders and secured creditors will resume on Monday.

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Olympic Schedule

LONDON, England —

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Chris Brown, Sheniqua Ferguson through in World Championships

MOSCOW, Russia: Chris 'Fireman' Brown and sprinter Sheniqua 'Q' Ferguson were the first two Bahamian athletes to advance in their respective events at the 14th IAAF World Championships.

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Jumpers strike gold

Triple jumper Leevan "Superman" Sands and high jumper Donald Thomas continue to prove why they will be forces to reckon with at the London Olympics in August.

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Bahamian men terrified of the dreaded finger

Dr Greggory Pinto, a Bahamian urologist and laparoscopic surgeon from the Surgical Suite, answers the question of a concerned potential patient. Q: “Dr Pinto, I am a semi-retired, 62-year-old Bahamian male and I must admit that fear has kept me from

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Minnis tells crowd ‘Now is the time’

NOW is the time for choosing, Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis declared, his voice resounding through speakers last night and falling on the thunderous cheers of the people gathered at the Q E Sports Centre to hear him explain what’s at stake in today’s election.