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$10M SHARE OFFER ON OUT ISLAND TOUR

ARAWAK Port Development (APD) executives are taking the company's $10 million share offering to the Family Islands, it was confirmed yesterday. APD executives and placement advisors for the initial public offering (IPO) will begin a series of investor me

THE GOOD FIGHT

By Matthew Allen "Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art also called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses" (1Tim. 6:12). This word fight in Greek "Agonizomai" (ag-o-nid'-zom-ahee). It has severa

THE GOOD FIGHT

By Matthew Allen "Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art also called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses" (1Tim. 6:12). This word fight in Greek "Agonizomai" (ag-o-nid'-zom-ahee). It has severa

THE GOOD FIGHT

By Matthew Allen "Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art also called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses" (1Tim. 6:12). This word fight in Greek "Agonizomai" (ag-o-nid'-zom-ahee). It has severa

Music and boxing - Jah Hem and Sasha Dunn perform at 'King of the Ring' event

Music and boxing - Jah Hem and Sasha Dunn perform at 'King of the Ring' event By THE VENDETTA GROUP BAHAMIAN artists entertained the crowd at the first King of the Ring boxing series held at the Sir Kendall Isaac's Gynamsium on Saturday. The event was

Women shine in a 'man's world'

Women shine in a 'man's world' By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer FORMER Norwegian Prime Minister, Gro Harlem Brundtland, attracted a great deal of attention in 1986, after electing eight women to cabinet, who, at the time, made up almost half

Women shine in a 'man's world'

Women shine in a 'man's world' By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer FORMER Norwegian Prime Minister, Gro Harlem Brundtland, attracted a great deal of attention in 1986, after electing eight women to cabinet, who, at the time, made up almost half

Women shine in a 'man's world'

Women shine in a 'man's world' By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer FORMER Norwegian Prime Minister, Gro Harlem Brundtland, attracted a great deal of attention in 1986, after electing eight women to cabinet, who, at the time, made up almost half

Women's week workshop takes on domestic violence

By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer IN an effort to bring awareness to the fight against domestic violence, the Crisis Centre in collaboration with the Women's Bureau will host a workshop on domestic violence Thursday, during Women's Week. Nation

Women's week workshop takes on domestic violence

By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer IN an effort to bring awareness to the fight against domestic violence, the Crisis Centre in collaboration with the Women's Bureau will host a workshop on domestic violence Thursday, during Women's Week. Nation

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Mugs for the cure

When Gina Smith discovered a lump in her breast a few years ago she found herself in a predicament that many Bahamian women face: she did not have enough money and health insurance to immediately cover the expenses of a mammogram.

Musical showdown for Bahamian bands

Musical showdown for Bahamian bands By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer ON MARCH 31, Botanical Gardens will transform into the ultimate bandstand for Bahamian musicians, bands in particular, who are fighting for the championship title in the Bat

REACH Bahamas celebrates 15 years

AS REACH Bahamas continues to commemorate its 15th year of raising awareness of autism in the country, the organisation has renewed its focus and will take an even more active approach in educating Bahamians about the neurodevelopmental disorder going forward.

'Luncheon on the Lawn' - Gourmet lunch and fashion show to raise money for the Cancer Caring Centre

'Luncheon on the Lawn' - Gourmet lunch and fashion show to raise money for the Cancer Caring Centre By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer FASHION and food for a good cause will be the theme of the Cancer Society of The Bahamas' fundraising event th

Drunk Again: The ultimate hangover cures

Drunk Again: The ultimate hangover cures By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer EATING bread at bedtime, or fatty foods in large amounts, are remedies some people turn to after heavy drinking. Hangovers, which can also be considered "morning sickne

Turning on family, 'easier said than done'

Turning on family, 'easier said than done' By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer EVERY day, without fail, Bahamian men are paraded in public, doing the Bank Lane "shuffle", as they wait for the justice system to determine their fate. Mothers, sist

A Happy Holidays for Three Families

A Happy Holidays for Three Families By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer DESPITE their misfortunes last year, the Christmas season brought a jubilant close to 2011 for three families - the Thurstons, the Fords, and the Russells. It was an extrem