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Bahamian realtor at 'Google' conference

Bahamian realtor at 'Google' conference A Bahamian real estate firm participated with worldwide affiliates in a May 9, 2012, marketing seminar at Google's New York offices. Damianos Sotheby's International Realty, along with marketing professionals from

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Comets blaze to BAISS victory and end SAC's 26-year streak

THEY painted the Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium green and white on Friday as the Queen's College Comets rushed onto the field to celebrate their victory as St Augustine's College's long stranglehold on the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools' Track and Field Championships was finally broken after 26 years.

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Bahamian realtor firm attends global summit

Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty has participated in the 2014 Sotheby’s International Realty Global Networking Event, which brought together 1,500 members from 31 countries.

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Judge delays his URCA case ruling

A Supreme Court judge has reserved his decision on whether the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority was right to find that ZSR Sports Radio’s operator is not the true holder of the 103.5 FM radio licence.The Tribune understands that Justice

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CR Walker open 200-point margin in 9th straight title chase

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net ONE Carifta standard was achieved, four records were established and the CR Walker Knights opened a 200-point margin on their nearest rival - the CV Bethel Stingrays - as they chase their ni

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CR Walker open 200-point margin in 9th straight title chase

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net ONE Carifta standard was achieved, four records were established and the CR Walker Knights opened a 200-point margin on their nearest rival - the CV Bethel Stingrays - as they chase their ni

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CR Walker open 200-point margin in 9th straight title chase

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net ONE Carifta standard was achieved, four records were established and the CR Walker Knights opened a 200-point margin on their nearest rival - the CV Bethel Stingrays - as they chase their ni

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CR Walker open 200-point margin in 9th straight title chase

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net ONE Carifta standard was achieved, four records were established and the CR Walker Knights opened a 200-point margin on their nearest rival - the CV Bethel Stingrays - as they chase their ni

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Norman's Cay 'set for take off' via Miami investor

A Miami-based real estate private equity firm’s bid to develop a high-end, boutique resort on Norman’s Cay is “about to take off”, a Cabinet Minister has told Tribune Business, with the Government “in the final stages” of providing all necessary approvals.

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ST JOHNS BUCKLEY'S LONG ISLAND CELEBRATES PATRONAL FESTIVAL

PARISHIONERS from Long Island celebrate the first Patronal Festival of the year at St Johns Buckley's Church. Anglican members from St Peter's in the North and St Paul's in the South came together at St John's, located centrally in the settlement of Buck

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Poor people's children

THIS came to mind as I sat and witnessed the outpouring of sympathy when someone got murdered the other day.

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St Andrew's Hurricanes win BLTA World Tennis Day title

St Andrew’s clinched the A divisional title with a 2-1 decision over St Anne’s in the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s World Tennis Day, sponsored by AID, at the National Tennis Centre on Monday.

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COMMONWEALTH SCHEDULE

From Glasgow, Scotland

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AML TO INVEST $3-4M IN NEW FRANCHISE DEAL

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor AML Foods is planning to invest $3-$4 million over the next five years in building its new Carl's Jr franchise to a five-store chain, a business projected to generate an annual $15 million top-line at full build-o

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St John's and St Paul's advance

ST John’s and St Paul’s have advanced to the Baptist Sports Council’s 2013 Coca-Cola Softball Classic’s best-of-three championship series that is scheduled to be played in the Banker’s Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Saturday.

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Lisbon to host 2014 Champions League final

ISTANBUL (AP) -- UEFA chose Lisbon's Stadium of Light on Tuesday to host the 2014 Champions League final. UEFA's executive committee selected the 65,000-capacity home ground of Benfica, a quarterfinalist in this season's competition, at the opening of a tw

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St Andrew's targeting Caribbean region lead

ST ANDREW'S School is aiming to become recognised as the "leading international school" in the Caribbean region, its principal telling Tribune Business that its newly-unveiled strategic plan would "shape us for the next eight-10 years".

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NATIONAL DARTS ASSOCIATION MEN'S GOLD CUP TRIAL STARTS ON FRIDAY

THE National Darts Association Men's Gold Cup trial tournament is slated for this weekend. At 7:30pm Friday, 36 men are expected to compete at three locations - Charlie's on East Bay, Waterloo on East Bay and Conch Hill (next to Sir Charles Hotel) on East

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Wendy's unveils its cafe concept

WENDY’S (Bahamas) has partnered with The Cheese Cake Factory and launched its ‘Wendy’s Café’ concept, the franchise’s Bahamian operator yesterday revealing that these would be incorporated into select restaurant locations.

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McLean, Knowles named to AAC All-Academic Team

A PAIR of Bahamian basketball players are being rewarded for their efforts in the classrom during the last NCAA academic season.