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Evangelist Thelma Tamar O-Shanna Symonette

Evangelist Thelma Tamar O-Shanna Symonette age 80 of Sun Shine park, died at The Princess Margaret Hospital on Thursday, July 4th, 2019. She is survived by her Children: Micheal Symonette, Theresa Symonette-Forbes, Stephanie Symonette – Goodman, Stephen, Orset, Garvin and ...

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O'Neil Mortimer

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Sir Lynden O. Pindling

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O'Neil Mortimer

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Andrew O'Brien

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Land registry scheme would speed up conveyances says attorney

THE creation of a land registry system in the Bahamas could take up to 10 years or more to be fully implemented according to a leading attorney, stating that such a system would not only speed up but reduce the cost associated with the conveyance of real estate in the country.

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Ramon and O'Neil Williams

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Santonio "Big O" Smith

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Tennis Hall of Fame: 12 to be inducted at Ball

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net This weekend will be a significant one for women's tennis in the Bahamas. The second Bahamas Open Women's tennis tourney, featuring some of the top players around the world, is all set to be

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Tennis Hall of Fame: 12 to be inducted at Ball

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net This weekend will be a significant one for women's tennis in the Bahamas. The second Bahamas Open Women's tennis tourney, featuring some of the top players around the world, is all set to be

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Tennis Hall of Fame: 12 to be inducted at Ball

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net This weekend will be a significant one for women's tennis in the Bahamas. The second Bahamas Open Women's tennis tourney, featuring some of the top players around the world, is all set to be

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O'Neil Mortimer extends consecutive hit record to 2,696

IN the first Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s Tennis-A-Thon at the National Tennis Centre on Saturday, seven players eclipsed the old record of 563 consecutive hits set by William ‘JJ’ Fountain.

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