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POESIA A BOOST FOR PORT LUCAYA

POESIA A BOOST FOR PORT LUCAYA FREEPORT - Merchants in the Port Lucaya Marketplace are still smiling after Saturday's visit of the MSC Poesia. The 93,330 ton specially-chartered ship deposited more than 71 per cent of its 2,500 passengers onto shore to e

Battling it out for arts title

pics in website daily photos, slugged: natl arts Photos by Eric Rose/BIS Photo 9895 The Bishop Michael Eldon School Group sings a medley of songs, including "Uncle Lou" and "Don't Squeeze the Mango", during the E Clement Bethel National Arts Festiva

Battling it out for arts title

pics in website daily photos, slugged: natl arts Photos by Eric Rose/BIS Photo 9895 The Bishop Michael Eldon School Group sings a medley of songs, including "Uncle Lou" and "Don't Squeeze the Mango", during the E Clement Bethel National Arts Festiva

Bid to launch e-classrooms

Bid to launch e-classrooms By DENISE MAYCOCK Tribune Freeport Reporter dmaycock@tribunemedia.net FREEPORT - Outlining his plans for change, FNM candidate for East Grand Bahama Peter Turnquest opened his constituency office on Saturday before an excited

Doctors Hospital staff talk father through baby's delivery over telephone

Doctors Hospital staff talk father through baby's delivery over telephone LAMARQUE Drew gave his wife Lynieka an extra special and completely unexpected Valentine's Day gift this year - he delivered their baby girl. Not due until March 6, baby Lamiea had

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

Former MP in tears for next generation

Former MP in tears for next generation By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net FORMER member of parliament Edward "Dud" Maynard broke down in tears yesterday over the growing disparity between the ideals and aspirations o

Former MP in tears for next generation

Former MP in tears for next generation By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net FORMER member of parliament Edward "Dud" Maynard broke down in tears yesterday over the growing disparity between the ideals and aspirations o

Former MP in tears for next generation

Former MP in tears for next generation By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net FORMER member of parliament Edward "Dud" Maynard broke down in tears yesterday over the growing disparity between the ideals and aspirations o