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A call to prayer

Pray for The Bahamas according to the follow schedule: • Monday, July 16: Pray for people with names from A - C• Tuesday, July 17: D - F• Wednesday, July 18: G - I• Thursday, July 19: J - L• Friday, July 20: M - O• Monday, July 23: P - R• Tuesday, Ju

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Nassau airport operator unveils new scholarship

VANTAGE Airport Group, which manages both Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) and Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport, has introduced a new aviation scholarship. The Rob Robichaud Vantage Airport Group Scholarship offers $9,0

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Oneil returning to Africa to train with younger brother

AFTER making two trips by himself, O’Neil Williams is returning to Africa to train with his younger brother, Ramon.

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sports inbrief

BASKETBALL GSSSA FINALS THE Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) best-of-three championship series is slated to begin at the Kendal Isaacs gym on Thursday. In the junior girls division at 4pm, the H O Nash Lions are scheduled to take on

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British blood donors

I WATCHED with interest this evening an appeal on ZNS news for donations of blood from The Princess Margaret Blood Bank, Doctors Hospital Blood Bank and The Bahamas Red Cross.

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Shaquille O'Neal visits to promote gala fundraiser

THE Paradise Children’s Foundation once again welcomed former NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal to the Bahamas over the New Year.

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'A Religious Revolution' wins photo competition

‘A RELIGIOUS Evolution’ was the first-place winner of a photo competition to mark the 150th anniversary of the Anglican Diocese of The Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands.

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Basketball fraternity mourning death of 'Big O'

The basketball fraternity, especially those in Grand Bahama, is mourning the passing of Oral ‘Big O’ Jones.The former forward/centre was 51 years old. He died in New Providence around 3am Tuesday following a massive heart attack, according to reports

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MEDITATION: Catching the green light for Jesus

WHEN we drive toward a light that has been green for some time, we often make a little more of an effort “to catch the light”. If we are at the stop sign and we pause for a second after the light changes, very often the motorist behind us will signal rather loudly with a blast of the horn to get us moving. In both instances, there is a response to the colour green that gets us in motion.

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THE BRIDGE TO THE FUTURE... THE JOURNEY CONTINUES

By Rev. Sebastian Campbell

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The ballad of Beggar J

O Jerome you come off smellin’ like a rose – Because you’ve bin proven to have the nose,

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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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Optimist National Sailing Championships results

SEVENTY-six sailors (41 green fleet, 16 blue, 15 red, four white) ages 6-15 from New Providence, Grand Bahama, Long Island, Abaco, including Man ‘O’ War and Hope Town, Harbour Island and Eleuthera competed in the event. The Red fleet featured 13-15 year-olds, Blue Fleet 11-12 year-olds, White Fleet, 10-year-olds and Green Fleet for novice sailors up to age 15.

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THE PRESS BOX: Can the Cowboys tap into their glorious past and recapture some winning magic?

IN addition to trading for wide receiver Amari Cooper going into the bye week, the Cowboys continued to shake things up during the bye week.

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Stables under water in storm

TUESDAY night’s storm turned Camperdown Riding Club’s stables and show ring into a four-foot deep lake. By 10 am yesterday the water level had dropped about a foot, but shortly before 2pm as volunteers hooked up pumps to pump the water into nearby shallow caves, the sky darkened and a light rain started to fall.

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Funeral announced for George Pyfrom

FUNERAL services for George Loran Pyfrom, IV, 67, who died suddenly on Wednesday afternoon, will be held at St Matthew’s Anglican Church on Shirley and Church Streets on Friday, September 28, at 4pm.The Rt Rev Bishop Laish Boyd, Sr, Bishop of the Dio

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Attorney admitted to the Bar in Jamaica

ATTORNEY Keith O Major Jr has become the latest of many Bahamians over the years to be admitted to the Jamaica Bar at a presentation in Kingston yesterday.

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Theatre festival takes flight with strong opening acts

THE CURTAINS were pulled back last week on the highly anticipated Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival.

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FOUR QUIZZED OVER KILLING

POLICE are questioning four men between the ages of 25 and 29 in connection with a murder in Balls Alley over the weekend. The incident occurred around 2am on Saturday. The victim was shot in the stomach. The men being questioned were taken into custody o

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Doctors Hospital in dire need of blood

DOCTORS Hospital is appealing to the public to make blood donations.