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Budding designer introduces 'fiery' designs

BAHAMIAN fashion lovers are invited to join in the excitement when the June K Woods team presents its Fall 2017 collection this Saturday under the theme “Don’t Fake the Funk”.

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Kiwanis Club of Nassau AM. - Members of the Kiwanis Club of Nassau AM went to solicit sponsors and made personal donations to assist more than 40 families on the island of Eleuthera. This initiative took great time, effort and co-ordination. However, members pulled it off and 40 families had a hot meal during the holidays.

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Mega docks to aid yacht registry effort

Hurricane Hole’s ambition to develop the largest Caribbean marina slip could aid The Bahamas’ efforts to establish a yacht registry, the deputy prime minister said yesterday.

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The place for art: The place to be

OFFERING art education for both children and adults of all ages, “The Place For Art” considers the craft as a process, rather than a product. Participants are able to enjoy art experiences, from visual art techniques to exploring the various elements and principles of art and design in a fun way.

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Kimberly Marshall has ‘Androsian Dreams’

Entrepreneur Kimberly Marshall is on a mission to prove that big dreams can come from small places.

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Deputy PM: Govt considering ways to modernise registry operations

DEPUTY Prime Minister K Peter Turnquest has suggested the government is considering ways to modernise several of the country’s registry operations, with a view to simplify and streamline critical government services.Mr Turnquest, who was the guest sp

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Two Bahamian beauties take the 'Miss BlackOut 10' title

THE EVENT that is known for painting the town black for one night will celebrate its 10th year anniversary under the theme “Let loose” on December 20.

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Angela Pratt-Rolle to be installed as pastor

MEMBERS of the Lively Stone Church of God will install Rev Angela R Pratt-Rolle as their pastor during a service of installation on Sunday.

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Financial firm marks its 10th anniversary

A Bahamian financial services provider with over $800m in assets under administration has enjoyed a socially-distanced 10th anniversary celebration due to COVID-19. Sean K Longley, Leno’s founder and president, said: “Ten years ago, when we had look

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A Swift open water race

FOR the third consecutive year, Swift will be hosting its open water swim race at the Palm Cay site this Saturday (October 3).

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Regatta time again

The 62nd National Family Islands Regatta is underway in picturesque Elizabeth Harbour in Georgetown, Exuma, with the largest fleet of boats ever registered.

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‘Opportunities and challenges’ of rising Bar Association numbers

THE ever-increasing population of the Bahamas Bar Association presents both exciting opportunities and pressing challenges, Perry Christie said.

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Deputy Turnquest ‘ready to go to work’

NEWLY elected Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader K Peter Turnquest said last night he is confident the party’s new leadership team will be victorious in the next general election.

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NCAA: Evans ‘excited to be a part of the Cowboy family’

LOOK for another Bahamian to make his mark on the NCAA basketball scene in Oklahoma, this time from the coaching sidelines.

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HAPPY FAMILY: One Family wins Junkanoo Boxing Day parade

ONE Family sashayed its way to victory as the group was declared the unofficial winner of the 2018 Junkanoo Boxing Day parade last night. The group wowed the judges and crowd with its theme “Nursery Rhymes: The Ones We’ll Always Remember,” scoring a total of 87.55 points.

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High Jumper Kyle Alcine decides to stay in Kansas

CLOUD County Community College sophomore Kyle Alcine, one of the rising young high jumpers in the country, has decided to stay in Kansas following his graduation in the spring and will be taking his talent to Kansas State University.

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Hurricane Hole 'proves' pent-up demand for PI

THE “pent up” demand for Paradise Island has been proven after two-thirds of the Hurricane Hole project’s first phase residential units went under contract within the first two weeks. Patrick Lenihan, director of sales at Waypoint Real Estate, the m

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BTC helps 400 students get set for school

MORE than 40 BTC iVolunteers teamed up with community leaders, educational speakers, health and grooming professionals at BTC’s 2nd annual BTC School Aid to prepare 400 students for the coming school year.

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RENALDO'S RAMBLINGS: NFL WEEK FOUR AWARDS

Welcome back. So many good things returned to us in week four, the first quarter of the season was capped with somewhat of a renaissance.

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Sunwing return 'major step for revival of GB'

Cabinet ministers have hailed Saturday’s return of airlift by Sunwing Airlines as “a major step in the revival” of Grand Bahama’s economy following Hurricane Dorian. K Peter Turnquest, deputy prime minister; Senator Kwasi Thompson, minister of state

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