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Police warn of increase in counterfeit currency

POLICE have seen an increase in counterfeit Bahamian currency being distributed in communities, the most common being $20 and $50 notes.

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Unions threaten strike over Thompson

IN AN act of solidarity, union leaders are again threatening to take industrial action if ousted former BTC Manager Elizabeth Thompson is not reinstated by this weekend.

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At the end of your comfort zone

Become the healthiest, happiest version of yourself

A friend of mine gave me a sticker the other day which said “Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone”, and it reminded me how powerful this one statement is.

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Union stands firm with BTC over senior manager's role

BAHAMAS Telecommunications Company management and the Bahamas Communications and Public Managers Union met on the third floor of the main branch office at John F Kennedy Drive yesterday.

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Live a Fulfilling Life: What’s your vision?

Life can be challenging. There are ways to handle situations which make the difficulties seem like less of an issue. How do you manage everyday things that cause drama, sadness, tension and stress?

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Survivor of the Holocaust tells how Schindler saved her life

Survivor of the Holocaust tells how Schindler saved her life During the entire period in which we worked for Director Schindler, he did everything possible to save the lives of the greatest possible number of Jews, in spite of the tremendous difficulties

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Chamber revives Business awards

After a one-year hiatus, the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) has announced the return of the Business Excellence Recognition Awards.

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Bahamas to host football game at national stadium

THE HBCUX Network, The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMT), Central State (CSU) and Texas Southern (TSU) Universities held a joint news conference in Nassau, Bahamas on May 21 to announce the inauguration of the “Bahamas HBCUX Classic,” an American football game between CSU and TSU to be held at Nassau’s Thomas A Robinson Stadium on Saturday, September 13, 2014.

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Decisions that must be made over oil

ABOUT a month ago, I wrote an in-depth article on oil exploration in the Bahamas to try and sort through some of the confusion surrounding this issue, following a series of conspiracy charges levelled against the government by the DNA.

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Survivor of the Holocaust tells how Schindler saved her life

DURING the entire period in which we worked for Director Schindler, he did everything possible to save the lives of the greatest possible number of Jews, in spite of the tremendous difficulties...we owe our lives solely to the efforts of Director Schindler and his humane treatment of his workers. - testimonial letter at the end of the war from the 1200 men and women saved from the Holocaust by Oskar Schindler.

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The war zone of the colon

IT is the filth in our system that kills us. Unless you clean out your bowels you will never reach vibrant health.

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The stories we tell ourselves

The causes of troubled relationships are created from the stories we tell ourselves. We experience a troublesome event, have an emotional response, and then create a story to explain it or alleviate our pain. Over time we repeat the story until it becomes a script we follow.

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New government pushes green energy policy

THE new Progressive Liberal Party government issued its first statement on the future of energy in the Bahamas recently, and all signals were positive.

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Portion distortion – Start losing weight

FOOD and drink portions have increased dramatically since the 1980s. Even recipes list larger serving sizes than ever before. In a 1960s’ version of “The Joy of Cooking,” a brownie recipe served 30. Now the exact same recipe serves only 16!

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Bahamas AIDS Foundation establishes safe, supervised study centre for kids

The Bahamas AIDS Foundation has received permission from the Competent Authority to assist a small number of primary school-aged children to access and benefit from the Ministry of Education’s virtual learning platform in a safe and supervised space.

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Minnis: no truth in Edison Key quit rumours

FOLLOWING reports that South Abaco MP Edison Key may resign his seat, FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis firmly dismissed the claims.

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Man 'stabbed with sword' at PLP's Elizabeth HQ

A MAN enjoying a "grill and chill" event last week at Ryan Pinder's Elizabeth Estates headquarters told The Tribune yesterday he was stabbed several times over a misunderstanding. Mr Pinder is the Progressive Liberal Party's (PLP) candidate for the Elizab

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Red Cross seeks volunteers

THE Bahamas Red Cross Society is looking to increase its volunteer intake across the country to assist in its work to provide relief and assistance to those in need and during times of disaster.

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Jessie Ware pic in Ique

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'It's not the end of the world. When people hear cancer, they think it's a death sentence - it's not'

THE LAST thing 40-year-old Georgina Sturrup expected to hear during a doctor’s visit to regulate her heavy menstrual cycle was that she may have cervical cancer.However, despite the initial terrifying diagnosis and aggressiveness of her condition, Ge