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Junkanoo Jam kicks off

Thursday, November 24, 2016 marks the official opening of the 14th annual Junkanoo Jam Basketball Tournament. 


Generally held on Grand Bahama Island, the tournament was relocated to Bimini ...

Depression and anxiety in teens

Since Matthew a grade 4 hurricane, maybe 5, many of our teenagers, especially girls, are experiencing clinical depression with anxiety. The community has rallied around the physical areas of depressio ...

Nasty hands and handshakes

Rev. Dr. Emmette Weir in his recent Monday column quoted, “Those who have clean hands and pure heart.”  

The Jews as part of their religious and health practices made hand washing a v ...


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House of Hoops and Dreams event headed to Abaco

Matthew 6:6 “But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut the door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee ...

CIDA’s first 'Old Fashion Program' a success

The Cat Island Development Association (Grand Bahama) recently hosted its first ‘Old Fashion Program’ at The Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Building with the incomparable David Wallace se ...

Social workers gala awards banquet set

BASW Social Worker Awards set for April 1.


The Bahamas Association of Social Workers (BASW) is yet again set to honor their own.


Planned is the Social Worker of the Year gala banquet whe ...


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Positive Impact Symposium set for Friday, March 31

Three dynamic speakers in the health care field will make presentations Friday (March 31) evening, at the first Positive Impact Symposium hosted by HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB) for young people t ...

Autism Part II - Can a fish climb a tree?

“Monkey see, monkey do”

It’s easy to see

Monkey climb a tree!!


My white Mercedes Benz is nothing like a Model T Ford of 100 years ago. The Boeing 777 (jet) is nothing like Wri ...

Autism - Injection or Unjection

The rhyme Autism say

He plays in a “different way”

And that’s just OK

While many diseases and illnesses

Are on the decrease, Autism is on the rise;

And we are not sure why - 

We ...

HASB set to launch Positive Impact

Focused on eradicating HIV discrimination and stigma throughout the Grand Bahama community, HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB), is set to launch it Positive Impact Initiative on March 31, with a free f ...

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