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Best of Bahamas seen in New England – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comBest of Bahamas seen in New Englandthebahamasweekly.comBy Clarence Rolle, MOT The best of The Bahamas received significant television time on Monday, February 21 when the New England television show, Chronicle, devoted a 30-minute e...

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Grand Bahama tourism to get new $17m subsidy – Bahamas Tribune

Nassau GuardianGrand Bahama tourism to get new $17m subsidyBahamas TribuneBy NATARIO McKENZIE THE Government will provide a further $17.3 million in subsidies this year to prop up Grand Bahama's struggling tourism product during the 2011-2012 fisca...

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Obama Fundraiser Turned Ambassador Was Largely Absent From Bahamas Post – TPM

TPMObama Fundraiser Turned Ambassador Was Largely Absent From Bahamas PostTPMNow another State Department IG report examines issues with the leadership of Nicole Avant, who was an Obama fundraiser and served as Ambassador to the Bahamas from late 2009 ...

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Numerous road closures go into effect on New Providence – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comNumerous road closures go into effect on New Providencethebahamasweekly.comBy By Kathryn Campbell Bahamas Information Services Nassau, The Bahamas - Several road closures will go into effect beginning February 27 as the New Providen...

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BAARK! joins worldwide Spay Day campaign – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comBAARK! joins worldwide Spay Day campaignthebahamasweekly.comBy Laura Kimble Nassau, Bahamas - For the third consecutive year, local non-profit organization Baark! (Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and Kindness) joined in with hund...

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Grand Bahama’s YOUTH Business Outlook 2012 – The Freeport News

Grand Bahama's YOUTH Business Outlook 2012The Freeport NewsBy Nathaniel P. Lewis Weekly Shoutouts: Nevar Smith and the Grand Bahama Youth Chamber of Commerce Steering Committee for pioneering the beginning of the largest association of young profes...

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Social Media and Marketing

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism says it is putting a new twist on the typical casting call by searching for every day consumers to star in its ads.

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Pension, insurance plans for small businesses

NASSAU, Bahamas — Controversy has trailed the first official visit of Haitian President Michel Martelly to the Bahamas this month, after he urged Haitian residents of the Bahamas to align themselves with a party serving their best interest.

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