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  • Farmer Cumberbatch

    A local farmer said Government needs to take a more positive approach to agriculture , become more involved in this aspect of industry "and stop playing. The farmer argued that the Government was not doing enough to ensure farm labourers, equipment, and ...
  • Farmers Confront Minister

    Nearly 100 farmers poured their hearts out to Minister of Agriculture James Knowles complaining of the extensive economic hardships created by Hurricane Michelle last November. At a town meeting held at the S.C. McPherson High School library Tuesday nig...
  • Farmers Need Help

    Grateful if you would allow me to express my feelings over help and hope being on the way for my farm. Time and time again, I have sought the services of the agriculture station on Gladstone Road, and each time someone there would tell me about this dep...
  • Farmers' Integrity Questioned

    Minister of Agriculture James Knowles charged that the request for electricity by local farmers is questionable as some farmers have reportedly built homes and rental apartments on the property leased to them by the Government. At a town meeting held at...
  • Farrington Rd man charged on robbery with violence

    A 22-year-old man charged on robbery with violence appeared before Magistrate Marilyn Meeres yesterday to answer the count. Dwight Anthony Smith of Farrington Road is believed to have robbed Delores Bethel while at Millie's Place of a black h...
  • Fighting life's challenges

    Our lives can be different when we know what is important for us." The perception that people have of themselves, to a large extent determines how others will in turn perceive them. If they model success in their daily interactions, if they claim ...
  • Fixing Bahamasair

    Mr Bradley Roberts, the government minister with responsibility for Bahamasair, has again addressed the myriad of problems the airline is undergoing, and the amount of work it will take to get it on track. He said that the large amount of work needed to c...
  • Florida man on cocaine charge; toddler drowns

    A 30-year-old male resident of Florida, U.S.A., was arrested by police at the Nassau International Airport around 6 a.m. on Wednesday, for possessing two-and-half pounds of cocaine with an estimated street value of $10,000. The man is expected to appea...
  • Focus on Youth AIDS Secretariat's pregnancy/HIV prevention pro

    Focus On Youth is a successful risk reduction prevention programme for adolescents and preadolescents. First developed by University of Maryland Human Virology Institute, the programme was updated by a team, including Bahamian experts, for use in Bahamian...
  • Followup on Adderley

    Progressive Liberal Party election campaign coordinator Paul Adderley was expected to be released yesterday from Doctors Hospital. A jovial-sounding Adderley told The Guardian from the Intensive Care Unit that he underwent several tests, after ...
  • For what is your life?

    This passage of Scripture selected for study is taken from James 4:13-15 and it reads according to the New King James Version: 13. Come now, you who say, "Today or tomorrow we will go to such and such a city, spend a year there, buy and sell, ...
  • Fox Hill Lights Up For Christmas

    Seeking to bring the Fox Hill community closer together during the Christmas season, Juanianne Dorsett member of parliament for Fox Hill and the Fox Hill committee held its fifth annual Christmas tree lighting and children Christmas party on Saturday. ...
  • Fox Hill Prayers

    A large crowd gathered at Fox Hill Parade yesterday to make intercessions on behalf of the Fox Hill Community and the nation at large. The commune at noon tore down religious, political and social barriers as those in attendance joined hands in w...
  • Free trade implications need careful study, unionists told

    Trade Union leaders and other executives from around The Bahamas were encouraged to familiarize themselves with the concepts and policies of the Free Trade Area of the Americas and the Caricom Single Market Economy forthwith, if they wish to remain com...
  • George Brancker, Authority On Parliamentary Practice, Dies At 64

    George Eustace Theodore Brancker, 64, considered the Caribbean's leading authority on parliamentary practice and procedure, died in Barbados on Jan. 02. His funeral was held on Jan. 09 at St. Patrick's Cathedral, with interment in St. Cle...
  • GG receives a plaque from Adventist Conference

    A group of officers of The Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists led by President Keith Albury presented , Governor-General Sir Orville Tumquest with a plaque Oct. 19 in recognition of the support he has given both The Bahamas and the religious ...
  • GG Sir Orville honoured by 700-year-old UK legal body

    Governor General Sir Orville Turnquest has been made Honorary Bencher of The Society of Lincoln's Inn, a prestigious body governing the legal profession in England and Wales, in the United Kingdom. This was revealed Wednesday in the House of ...
  • Goverment To Back Bahamasair's $16m Loan From Citibank To Pay IRS

    The government is seeking parliament's approval to guarantee repayment of a $16 million loan to settle the debt the state-owned Bahamasair owed the United States Internal Revenue Service and Immigration and Naturalisation Services. Citibank has agreed t...
  • Government highly praised at Performing Arts Center debut

    The Government was given high praise last Friday at the official opening of the National Center for the Performing Arts, for creating such a facility. Cleophas Adderley, Director of Culture and Director of the Bahamas National Youth Choir, said t...
  • Govt says Amendments within world standards

    Government did nothing that was "outside of the norm in the world today" in seeking to amend the Constitution, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said. "We have not sought to make any change to our Constitution that would take us outsi...

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