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'We want our money'

Five irate former employees of the Grand Bahama Home for the Aged say they want monies that have been owed to them for months by the senior citizens care facility administrator, Agatha Thompson.

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$500k owed in back taxes

Nine months after opening its doors, one of Grand Bahama’s newest business ventures is at the threshold of closing up shop.

General manager of Caribbean Tobacco Enterprises, Canadian businessma ...


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Technical school planned of Abaco

Member of Parliament for North Abaco Renardo Curry revealed plans for a proposed technical school that will give residents of that island an alternative means of education.

A team from The Freeport Ne ...


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Youth activist speaks of prison visit experience

After five years of visiting Her Majestyâ s Prison (Fox Hill), New Providence founder of Reach Out Youth Organisation (ROYO) Dudley Seide and the young boys who make the trip with him continue ...

BIBT graduates encouraged to seek advancement

The Bahamas Institute of Business and Technology (BIBT), formerly Success Training College, celebrated the graduation of its 52-member 2014 class during a commencement ceremony in the Grand Lucayan Ba ...


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Govt 'none the wiser' on spying says Mitchell

Minister of Immigration and Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell updated the country on the United States National Security Agency (NSA) recordings of cellular phone conversations Wednesday in the House of A ...

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A blind eye

Although Prime Minister Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis have seemingly turned a blind eye to Leslie Miller’s family-owned business paying $100,000 in cash on an outst ...

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