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NEMA to host Southern Bahamas Disaster Conference – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comNEMA to host Southern Bahamas Disaster Conferencethebahamasweekly.comBy Lindsay Thompson, NEMA NASSAU, The Bahamas - The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, in collaboration with the United States Embassy, the Pacific Disast...

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Bahamas Lowering Carbon Footprint – Caribbean Journal

thebahamasweekly.comBahamas Lowering Carbon FootprintCaribbean JournalBy the Caribbean Journal staff In 2010, the Bahamas imported more than 7.8 million barrels of oil and other petroleum products, spending nearly $700 million in the process. Now, the ...

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To wed in the Bahamas – Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

Wilkes Barre Times-LeaderTo wed in the BahamasWilkes Barre Times-LeaderMegan Delaney and Michael Patterson, together with their families, announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Jay and Valerie Delaney, of Wi...

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Four runners set world bests at US track and field meet – AFP

AFPFour runners set world bests at US track and field meetAFPJames won the 400 in 45.19 seconds with Demetrius Pinder of Bahamas second in 45.40 as some top runners compete indoors looking to the London Olympics. "I had a great run," James sa...

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Caribbean ‘castaway’ lizards propagate and adapt – The Seattle Times

Caribbean 'castaway' lizards propagate and adaptThe Seattle TimesBy Brian Vastag Shorter legs provide anole lizards with greater agility as they navigate the shrunken shrubbery on selected tiny islands in the Bahamas, scientists found. No comme...

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Tropic of Cancer Beach is worth search effort – Vancouver Sun

Tropic of Cancer Beach is worth search effortVancouver SunIt's Tropic of Cancer Beach in Exuma, Bahamas, an elusive powder-white crescent that we sought directions for three times, yet ended up passing by twice before finally locating it with gasps...

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