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Bahamas Has Work Cut Out For The Olympics – Bahamas Tribune

Bahamas Has Work Cut Out For The OlympicsBahamas TribuneBy BRENT STUBBS Coach Henry Rolle liked what he saw from the Bahamas' relay teams at the 2012 Penn Relays on Saturday. However, he admitted that they all have some work to do in order to be re...

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Survey: Bahamas lowest in business confidence – Nassau Guardian

Survey: Bahamas lowest in business confidenceNassau GuardianA comprehensive survey involving thousands of accountants from around the world notes that business confidence in The Bahamas is the lowest in the Caribbean. The Global Economic Conditions Sur...

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Cruise Like A Norwegian: Freeport, Bahamas

This is a discussion on Cruise Like A Norwegian: Freeport, Bahamas within the Current Cruise Travel News forums, part of the category; Doug is at sea this week aboard Norwegian Sky. This morning started out great.# I woke up around 7am to ...

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Avoiding The Curse Of Oil – Bahamas Tribune

Nassau GuardianAvoiding The Curse Of OilBahamas TribuneBy S3S THERE is talk of substantial oil reserves existing below the waters of the northwestern Bahamas, particularly in the area that runs from south east of South Andros to west of Cay Sal to just...

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The Bahamas represented at Tribeca Film Festival – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comThe Bahamas represented at Tribeca Film Festivalthebahamasweekly.comBy The Bahamas Film Commission NEW YORK, NY - The Bahamas Film & Television Commission participated in the Tribeca Film Festival from April 20 - 25. After a fan...

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The Bahamas heads to Guatemala – Nassau Guardian

Nassau GuardianThe Bahamas heads to GuatemalaNassau GuardianThe Bahamas' Under-17 Women's National Soccer Squad is pictured during a mini tournament in Florida. The team used the tournament as a tune-up for this week's CONCACAF Women's ...

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Copa’s Bahamas Load Factors Still 80%-Plus – Bahamas Tribune

Copa's Bahamas Load Factors Still 80%-PlusBahamas TribuneMr Johnson said tourism officials were set to meet with Copa executives later this month to discuss the way forward with the airline's service to the Bahamas. He added: "Copa is stil...

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Voting starts in The Bahamas

NASSAU, Bahamas  – Bahamians begin voting for a new government today under the “Advance Poll” system with Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham stressing that it is important for voters to show the world that democracy in The Bahamas continues to thrive.

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