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Anyone for tennis?

For staff and volunteers at the Susan J. Wallace Community Center, the after school program for youngsters is not only a means of helping busy parents with looking after their children, but it is a wa ...

A 'bouldering' surprise

Williams Town community beachgoers banded together in protest of Island Seas Resort's placement of boulders along the beach's foreshore yesterday.

According to the group of concerned persons, the boul ...

Education

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LIS sweeps national model UN debates

After competing against 17 teams from schools all over The Bahamas, students from Lucaya International School (LIS) won the National Model UN Debate Competition, which was held in Nassau.

The team was ...

CFAL Junior Investor program comes to a close

Student participants of the Annual CFAL Junior Investment Program attended a closing out ceremony yesterday to celebrate their accomplishments within the five-month initiative.

Some five schools on t ...

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Behind closed doors

The regulation and taxation of the web shop sector is long overdue.

It is unfortunate the Ingraham administration bowed to the church and pulled back from its plan to do so in 2010.

Successive governm ...

Mortgage relief: The April Fools’plan

While Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis last week insisted that the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) mortgage relief plan is not dead, he also made an important statement that the PLP fa ...

PM: Bimini project to create 300 more jobs

Prime Minister Perry Christie said the construction of a new five-star luxury resort on Bimini will create an additional 300 permanent jobs on the island.

The 343-room resort is a part of the Resorts ...

Man, 22, island's fourth homicide

A 22-year-old man believed to be Lenardo Pierre, has become Grand Bahama's latest homicide victim after gunshots rang out in the early morning hours on Monday, March 31 in an apartment complex on Adve ...

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