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  • Carmichael Community, Police Help Fire Victim

    Carolyn Sargeant Stevens was overwhelmed on Wednesday as Carmichael Road station police, members of the community, and business enterprises came together to help her in her time of need. A former Hall's Close, off Gladstone Road resident, Ste...
  • Cash flow shortage

    Although the government is facing a cash flow shortage, the salaries of government workers are not threatened, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham confirmed on Monday. "This tightness does not mean that the government was unable to, or at any poi...
  • Catholic Archdiocese prepares couples for matrimony

    With summer fast approaching, and spring barely past us, "love is in the air." Traditionally a time to rejoice and a time of rebirth, it is also a time when people find love and eventually happiness. As a result, summers are usually a t...
  • Catholics and Anglicans to host leaders' forum

    The Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Archdiocese Church will co-sponsor a live 90-minute forum between leaders from different political parties to be broadcast on ZNS radio and television on February 11. Speaking to the South East Rotary Cl...
  • Catholics and Anglicans to host leaders' forum

    The Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Archdiocese Church will co-sponsor a live 90-minute forum between leaders from different political parties to be broadcast on ZNS radio and television on February 11. Speaking to the South East Rotary Cl...
  • Catholics chart new waters

    Delegates within the Catholic Archdiocese were yesterday advised that to fulfil the soul-winning purpose of the church, they risked abandoning certain traditions. At the opening liturgy of the Archdiocesan Assembly 2002 held at St Joseph Church, ...
  • CDR, BFA leaders discuss war, economy at meeting

    "The effect on tourism will be severe" leader of the Coalition for Democratic Reform Dr. Bernard Nottage said Monday during a town meeting held at Workers House. He was joined by Halston Moultrie, leader of the Bahamas Freedom Alliance....
  • Child Center closed

    Almost one year after its official opening, the nation's first child protection facility, The Nazareth Center, has not taken in a single child. The center, which was supposed to receive its first residents within four to six weeks of its open...
  • China gives $10,000 for straw market relief

    During the celebrations of the 52nd anniversary of the founding of the Peoples Republic of China, the Chinese Embassy donated $10,000 to the Bahamas Government to assist in straw market disaster relief. It was also announced by Chinese Ambassador...
  • Christian Council calls Children's Bill

    The Bahamas Christian Council has condemned the Inheritance Bill and the Children's Equality Bill as "wicked" and in flagrant violation of Biblical teachings. At a press conference held at Trinity Assembly Wednesday, BCC members wer...
  • Christian Council commends PM

    The Bahamas Christian Council said it was pleased and appreciative of the stand taken by Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham in publicly expressing regrets in respect of remarks made concerning Archbishop Drexel Gomez. "The council wishes to stat...
  • Christian Council denies support of Children's Bill

    The Bahamas Christian Council yesterday denied reports by the government that they were in full support of the passage of the Children's Equality Bill. On Monday a Bill for an Act to Reform the Law Relating to Children by providing for their ...
  • Christie for Farm Road

    Initially upset over the major boundary changes to the Centreville Constituency, which he represented for 25 consecutive years, Progressive Liberal Party Leader Perry Christie has decided to contest the new Farm Road area in the next general elections....
  • CIBC and Barclays assures employees merger will benefit all

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Barclays Bank management has taken steps to reassure their employees and clients that their merger will benefit all concerned. The banks, in a recent full page newspaper advertisement confirmed that they hav...
  • Citizenship made hard

    The Bahamas government is seeking to make it more difficult for foreigners to obtain citizenship status upon marrying a Bahamian. The Constitution provides for persons to become citizens of The Bahamas in such cases. However, governments hav...
  • COB 2002 Job fair

    Private and public companies were encouraged to develop in students a positive attitude, good research, analytical skills and habits, for the business world, at the officially opening of the College of Bahamas Job Fair on Thursday. Under the them...
  • COB employee dies on campus

    A computer lab technician died on the College of The Bahamas Oakes Field campus yesterday after suffering an apparent heart attack. The man was identified as 40-year-old Harry Davis, who according to college employees had just joined the institut...
  • COB forced to adjust exam times, relocate offices

    College of The Bahamas administrators have had to adjust examination schedules, relocate some offices, change the last day of classes from Nov. 28 to Dec. 7, and make other changes following the recent hurricane, it has been revealed. The resourc...
  • COB Jump Start

    The high school students involved in the College of The Bahamas' jump start programme was addressed by Deputy to the Governor General Dame Ivy Dumont, Wednesday at Government House. The programme made its debut last week with 27 students join...
  • COB spreads out janitorial staff

    The College of The Bahamas and The Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) reached an agreement which introduces a flexible work schedule for janitorial staff at the college. The new "flexi-shift" is expected to take effect Feb. 4. This agr...

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