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Ivan Johnson’s cricket view in The Bahamas – The Freeport News

Ivan Johnson's cricket view in The BahamasThe Freeport NewsThe cricket fraternity in The Bahamas is a bit stagnant these days. Within the Bahamas Cricket Association (BCA) a lot of infighting has been going on for quite a few years now. In my view ...

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BEC signs ‘historical’ renewable energy deal – Nassau Guardian

Nassau GuardianBEC signs 'historical' renewable energy dealNassau GuardianThe Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) made history yesterday when it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a renewable energy company to produce ocean-power...

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Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation Reaches Written Understanding Toward Building the World’s First Ocean-Powered Clean …

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation and Bahamas Electricity Corporation today signed a Memorandum of Understanding to further the development of two ocean thermal energy conversion plants in The Bahamas in concert with BEC's strong policy to promote renew...

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GGSI Bahamas is Now Offering Pink Sheet Clearance – PR.com (press release)

GGSI Bahamas is Now Offering Pink Sheet ClearancePR.com (press release)Nassau, The Bahamas, September 22, 2011 --(PR.com)-- GGSI (Gibraltar Global Securities Inc.) has just announced the release of their pink sheet clearance service. This service is of...

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Chanel Files Internet Trademark Lawsuit in Vegas – ABC News

Chanel Files Internet Trademark Lawsuit in VegasABC NewsThe suit filed Tuesday in US District Court in Las Vegas seeks unspecified damages from unnamed operators of websites that the New York-based fashion house alleges operate from China, the Bahamas ...

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Irene’s Impact on Bahamas Analyzed from Air & Sea – Our Amazing Planet

Our Amazing PlanetIrene's Impact on Bahamas Analyzed from Air & SeaOur Amazing PlanetAfter Hurricane Irene blew through the Bahamas, scientists raced to the islands on helicopters and ships to inspect the aftermath and learn more about how cycl...

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THE BAHAMAS URGED: TARGET LNG, OIL FOR STABLE GROWTH – Bahamas Tribune

THE BAHAMAS URGED: TARGET LNG, OIL FOR STABLE GROWTHBahamas TribuneTHE BAHAMAS must focus on oil exploration and liquefied natural gas (LNG) as potential "platforms for sustainable economic growth", a leading businessman urged yesterday, warn...

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BAHAMAS FIRST EYEING $12-$15M IRENE CLAIMS – Bahamas Tribune

BAHAMAS FIRST EYEING $12-$15M IRENE CLAIMSBahamas TribuneBAHAMAS FIRST is eyeing a "preliminary" $12-$15 million in gross insurance claims as a result of Hurricane Irene, its chief executive telling Tribune Business that the fact insured loss...

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