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Improving our economic situation – Nassau Guardian

Nassau GuardianImproving our economic situationNassau GuardianThe fact that the outlook for the Bahamian economy has been downgraded to negative by Moody's should come as no surprise to the opposition or the governing party of The Bahamas. As a mat...

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Dame Kelly Holmes to attend Isle of Man youth games – BBC News

BBC NewsDame Kelly Holmes to attend Isle of Man youth gamesBBC NewsThe opening ceremony on 8 September will be streamed live around the world on the BBC Isle of Man website. Fellow Olympian Tonique Williams-Darling from the Bahamas will also attend the...

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Bahamas hopes to christen new stadium with World Juniors – Bahamas Tribune

Washington TimesBahamas hopes to christen new stadium with World JuniorsBahamas TribuneDAEGU, South Korea -- Whenever the new Thomas A Robinson National Stadium is open, the Bahamas Government and the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations is hop...

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Sorority Responds to Uniform Needs – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comSorority Responds to Uniform Needsthebahamasweekly.comFreeport, Gran Bahama - Just in time for the first day of school and as a response to weak economic conditions that make it difficult for some families to afford back-to-school u...

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Hurricane Katia still churning in the Atlantic – The Freeport News

ReutersHurricane Katia still churning in the AtlanticThe Freeport NewsBy K. NANCOO-RUSSELL The Bahamas has managed to remain out of the path of Hurricane Katia, but the storm has strengthened in intensity and now appears to be heading toward the northe...

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Finalist for Youth Film Festival announced – The Freeport News

Finalist for Youth Film Festival announcedThe Freeport NewsLaurie Tuchel made the announcement with Paul Mockler, representatives of the GBYFCC, who were accompanied by Donna Mackey of The Bahamas Film Commission and Magnus Alnebeck, Manager of Pelican...

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Gov’t urged to go full force over current taxes – Bahamas Tribune

Gov't urged to go full force over current taxesBahamas TribuneRaymond Winder, managing partner at Deloitte & Touche (Bahamas) and the Bahamas' leading negotiator over its accession to full World Trade Organisation (WTO) membership, told Tri...

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