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Three more chances to see Cinderella with a Twist

OFF TO THE BALL – Thanks to a lot of magic and wishing, Cinderella is off to the ball, just in time with the help of her Fairy Godmother in training and three local gangsters.

This year mother and daughter duo, Kay Hardy and Sarah Kirkby, have gone back to their roots in the theatre; and along with Lynne Fraino, have produced a classic British pantomime, now playing at the Regency Theatre in Freeport. Cinderella with a Twist follows the somewhat funny story of Cinderella and her bumbling dad, Baron…
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Bimini residents complete BahamaHost training

BAHAMAHOST GRADUATES IN BIMINI – On Tuesday December 11 a Bahamahost graduation ceremony was conducted at the Mount Zion Baptist Church, Bailey Town, Bimini, by the Training and Education Department within the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (MOTA). The ceremony, dedicated to the accomplishments of each student’s commitment to the service industry, highlighted the importance of participating in such a unique training programme within The Bahamas under the theme, ‘Promoting National Growth Through 21st Century Training.’ Pictured with graduates and  MOTA officials is Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, and Member of Parliament, West Grand Bahama and Bimini, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe (fifth right, front row). (Photo courtesy of MOTA)

On Tuesday December 11 a Bahamahost graduation ceremony was conducted at the Mount Zion Baptist Church, Bailey Town, Bimini, by the Training and Education Department within the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (MOTA). The ceremony, dedicated to the accomplishments of each student’s commitment to the service industry, highlighted the importance of participating in such a…
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Tourism improves in Grand Bahama

The government’s efforts have resulted in improvement in the Tourism Sector in Grand Bahama, during the year to date 2018. According to the Central Bank of The Bahamas’ latest Monthly Economic and Financial Developments, October 2018 which was published Monday, December 3, 2018 tourism stopover visitors showed an overall increase of 7.4 percent. The report…
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HASB founder thankful for 2018 successes, committed to fight in the new year

KEVIN THOMPSON-DELANCY, HASB President

As the year comes to a close and December being the month when World AIDS Day is observed, founder of HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB), Kevin Thompson-Delancy and his team are pleased with the success of initiatives hosted by the organization – Positive Impact, Rapid Testing and seminars – from January 2018 to date. Thompson-Delancy, in…
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