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Savannah and crew suffer 5-0 decision to No.1 seed Andover in New England tennis tournament

THE Hotchkiss ladies’ tennis team, featuring Bahamian Savannah Roberts, lost a 5-0 decision to number one seed Andover as they completed the New England Tournament final.

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New Moon to blame for flooding

HEAVY rain and thunderstorms continue to batter The Bahamas this morning and the bad weather is forecast to continue all week.

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Beyonce in the Bahamas

SUPERSTAR singer Beyonce Knowles was yesterday unveiled as the new face of clothing giant H&M in a stunning picture shot in the Bahamas.

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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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The singers of Crooked Island

pics in website daily photos, slugged: crooked island Captions Photos, Eric Rose/BIS Photo 0611 CABBAGE HILL, Crooked Island - Ulric H Ferguson Primary School student Demetria Mackey recites "Wonderful Mothers", on June 6 at the Rev EA Thompson Memo

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Money provider reveals payday lending product

A Bahamian money solutions provider has launched its “alternative” pay day loan, aiming to offer customers small credit sums at low cost.

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OUR VISION FOR BAHAMIAN YOUTH

"EACH OF US HAS A SPARK OF LIFE INSIDE US, AND WE MUST SET OFF THAT SPARK IN ONE ANOTHER" -- Kenny Ausubel Most people would probably agree that participation in quality youth programmes and neighbourhood-based activities is a good thing for young people.

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OUR VISION FOR BAHAMIAN YOUTH

"EACH OF US HAS A SPARK OF LIFE INSIDE US, AND WE MUST SET OFF THAT SPARK IN ONE ANOTHER" -- Kenny Ausubel Most people would probably agree that participation in quality youth programmes and neighbourhood-based activities is a good thing for young people.

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Water Corp strikes payments agreement

The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) has implemented an intensive Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) loan-funded programme, in a bid to improve overall service levels and put it on the path to financial sustainability.

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C H Reeves teachers have 'a host of concerns'

A TEACHER at C H Reeves Junior High School criticised Education Minister Jeff Lloyd’s response to the industrial action taken by teachers last Wednesday for protesting against conditions at the school.“The charge was given for us, the teachers at C H

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Daimien H. A. Sears Sr

Daimien H. A. Sears Sr. Age: 41 Of South Beach died at the princess Margaret Hospital on Friday, November 16th 2018. He is survived by his Mother: Annie Sears; Son: Daimien Sears Jr; Daughter: Sierra Sears; Sister: Dr. Racquel Sears; ...

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Bahamas urged: Target H-1B visa for tech boost

THE Bahamas may need to implement an initiative similar to the US H-1B Visa programme if Grand Bahama is to fulfill its ‘technology hub’ dream, it was argued yesterday.The US initiative facilitates the hiring of specialist foreign workers and entry o

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Herbert H Johnson

Herbert H. Johnson, age 88 of Blue Bell Ave., Garden Hills #1 died at his Residence on Thursday, April 25th, 2019. He is survived by his Wife: Bloneva Johnson; 3 Sons: Herbert Jr. (Carla), Raymond (Audrey) & Michael (Italia) Johnson; ...

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Faustin H Cleare

Faustin H. Cleare, 82 a resident of Sunset Drive & formerly of Miami, Fl., died at The Princess Margaret Hospital on Wednesday, November 6, 2019. He is survived by his 2 sons: Elvis & Parish; 5 grandchildren; 1 sister: Hazel ...

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Marsha H Curry

Death Notice for Marsha H Curry age 61 years, of Savannah Sound, Eleuthera, formerly of Nassau, The Bahamas died peacefully in Miami, Florida on Saturday November 23, 2019. She is survived by her husband: David Curry Jr.; her children: Karla, ...

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Performers battle it out

ROCK SOUND, Eleuthera - Preston H Albury Secondary School students perform a Bahamian folk dance to the song "Profilin'" on April 25, during the E Clement Be

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Jay Complex explores the flow of time and space with new single

I BET you can’t say ‘spatiotemporal human interaction’ three times fast; and with the third single, more commonly referred to as “S H I” from Jay Complex’s recently released EP “religionROUGE” you won’t have to, because the song is definitely more calming than the title would suggest.

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Fact-finding trip seeks Jamaican advice on agriculture

THE Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation conducted a fact-finding mission to Jamaica as it looks toward the establishment of a School of Agriculture and Science in North Andros.

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Mango targets 'Visa-enabled' card relaunch

TRANSFER Solutions Providers (TSP) will relaunch its Mango Card by next month as a “Visa-enabled” product, with expectations of having a “full suite” of Mango mobile-money products in the market by year’s end.

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