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McWeeney attends annual gathering of diplomatic corps accredited to the Holy See

The Bahamas’ non-resident Ambassador to the Holy See Sean McWeeney, QC attended the annual gathering of the diplomatic corps accredited to the Holy See in the Apostolic Palace of the Vatican this past week. The high point was the annual “state-of-the world” address delivered on Monday, January 9, 2017 to the ambassadors by Pope Francis, followed by the traditional exchange ...

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McWeeney attends annual gathering of diplomatic corps accredited to the Holy See

The Bahamas’ non-resident Ambassador to the Holy See Sean McWeeney, QC attended the annual gathering of the diplomatic corps accredited to the Holy See in the Apostolic Palace of the Vatican this past week. The high point was the annual “state-of-the world” address delivered on Monday, January 9, 2017 to the ambassadors by Pope Francis, followed by the traditional exchange ...

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Deepak Chopra shares six pillars to wellbeing

World renowned physician, noted author and public speaker Dr. Deepak Chopra prescribed a few simple remedies on Saturday to reduce the amount of chronic illnesses that plague the country during Atlantic Medical Insurance’s wellness symposium, “A Morning with Deepak Chopra”. Hundreds turned out at the Atlantis Resort to hear from the highly regarded wellness guru, who spoke for an hour ...

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Deepak Chopra shares six pillars to wellbeing

World renowned physician, noted author and public speaker Dr. Deepak Chopra prescribed a few simple remedies on Saturday to reduce the amount of chronic illnesses that plague the country during Atlantic Medical Insurance’s wellness symposium, “A Morning with Deepak Chopra”. Hundreds turned out at the Atlantis Resort to hear from the highly regarded wellness guru, who spoke for an hour ...

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Deepak Chopra shares six pillars to wellbeing

World renowned physician, noted author and public speaker Dr. Deepak Chopra prescribed a few simple remedies on Saturday to reduce the amount of chronic illnesses that plague the country during Atlantic Medical Insurance’s wellness symposium, “A Morning with Deepak Chopra”. Hundreds turned out at the Atlantis Resort to hear from the highly regarded wellness guru, who spoke for an hour ...

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‘New political vehicle coming’

Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner said she and the six other Free National Movement (FNM) members who ousted FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis as opposition leader have been in talks with other opposition forces besides the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) concerning a political power move before the next general election. Following Butler-Turner’s appointment of DNA Leader Branville McCartney as leader ...

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‘PLP running on failed record’

Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie has called out the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for running “on their failed policies”. Collie challenged the Christie administration to “run on its record” in the next general election. “Their four and a half years have been an unmitigated disaster for the Bahamian people,” Collie said in a press statement yesterday. “Junk bond ...

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Cable fault believed to be cause of blackout

Officials at Bahamas Power and Light Company (BPL) are still investigating the cause of a system shutdown that led to an island-wide blackout on New Providence early Friday morning. In a statement yesterday, BPL Corporate Communications Manager Arnette Ingraham said, “The shutdown, which is still being investigated, appears to have been caused by an underground cable fault. “The total shutdown ...

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Bradley Roberts: Airspace agreement will bring millions

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday congratulated the party for having a successful negotiation of a landmark and historic airspace management agreement which Prime Minster Perry Christie claims will pump millions into the Bahamian economy. In a statement issued on Thursday night, Roberts said, “It is fitting that such an agreement would be concluded so near to Majority ...

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Magistrate’s courts to get new accounting system

Chief Justice Sir Hartman Longley announced that a new accounting system will be implemented in the magistrate’s court, which will remove the paper process and alleviate longstanding problems relating to payments. “The accounting side of the magistrate’s court has to date been extremely problematic as many who visit these court can attest,” said Sir Hartman as he spoke at the ...

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