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$32m ‘holographic’ theme park plans to ‘reimagine’ Old Nassau

The principal behind a $32m theme park eyed for the Western end of New Providence is promising a holographic experience along with a “re-imaging of Old Nassau.”

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Helping to lead the way in aviation

A “first of its kind transformational aviation, climate, meteorological and severe weather network” is set to propel The Bahamas to become a “world leader” in the aviation sector.

Stubbs, BBWFF make an appeal for any financial sponsors

WITH six weeks remaining until the start of the 50th Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding Championships, the Bahamas Bodybuilding Wellness and Fitness Federation (BBWFF) is seeking funding for travel expenses.

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BACSWN could land Bahamas millions in US-certified aviation carbon credits

A Bahamian company is in the international spotlight after an interview with a US TV network.

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Summer camp focuses on sustainability

The Sustainable Me Summer Camp is running from July 3 to August 11 and will offer a unique and immersive experience for young participants to learn about the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through engaging activities and hands-on projects.

Bodybuilding team set for CAC Games

While funding for travel costs remains a top priority, the Bahamas Bodybuilding Weightlifting and Fitness Federation has released the names of athletes selected to represent the country at the Central American and Caribbean Bodybuilding Championships.

'Incalculable' value from Bahamas' 176 wrecks

A Bahamas-based underwater explorer says the value to this nation's underwater cultural heritage from the 176 extra ship wrecks identified within its licence area is "incalculable" and "cannot be measured in dollars".

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How a Bahamian company can help airlines go green

The Bahamas Aviation, Climate & Severe Wx Network Ltd (BACSWN) is in position to help airlines to gain carbon credits with its new technology.

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Nassau flagship drives 1/3 of parent’s income

Nassau Cruise Port is being hailed as a flagship investment by its controlling shareholder with The Bahamas now accounting for almost one-third of its total group adjusted revenues and operating income.

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Eric Wiberg – Clifton Bay, Lyford Cay, B-26 All KIA

FOUR RAF pilots, from the UK, Canada, and South Africa, came within 100 feet of a smooth water landing yards off Lyford Cay one fall evening when things suddenly went horribly wrong.

GB entrepreneur to crowd fund entertainment centre

A Grand Bahama entrepreneur will formally announce his bid to crowd-fund the development of an entertainment centre on February 3.

PAHO Director Emeritus Dr Carissa F. Etienne dies

The Pan American Health Organization announced on Friday that Director Emeritus Dr Carissa F. Etienne has died.

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Ground broken on $200m Grand Bahama hospital

GOVERNMENT officials broke ground for a new $200m hospital in Grand Bahama yesterday.

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Two men questioned after Gambier Village shooting death

Police are questioning two men in connection with a shooting on Saturday that claimed the life of a 31-year-old man.

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Police investigate drowning death of man in North Bimini

Police are investigating the drowning death of a 41-year-old Freeport man.

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Woman gets three-and-a-half year sentence for hit-and-run that left killed a man

A WOMAN was sentenced to three and half years in prison yesterday after admitting to killing a man with her car on John F Kennedy Drive last February.

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ERIC WIBERG – Palowna & Orestes, 1826 Spanish slavers wrecked in The Bahamas

MANY slave ships met their end in the Bahamas, but not many know of an awkward period between when Britain outlawed the trade in slaves in 1807, and slavery itself, in 1834.

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Scotiabank playing its part in climate change battles

The recent spate of mega storms, hurricanes and other natural disasters in the Caribbean has served as a stark reminder of how our way of life is affecting the climate. It is a wake-up call for us to seriously reconsider our treatment of planet earth.

Man presumed dead after falling off a cruise ship destined for The Bahamas

A 41-year-old man is presumed dead after going overboard on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship to The Bahamas on December 23, two days into the cruise.

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Man charged over death of officer hit by car

A 41-year-old man was charged yesterday with causing the death of Inspector Tomas McIntosh, a police officer whose organs were donated after he was declared brain dead following a car accident.