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    • New archiving system PACS performing well
      The Picture Archiving Communications System (PACS) is on stream at the Rand Memorial Hospital and functioning effectively. In June of this year the hospital installed the program to assist in treating radiology patients. On Monday, November 19, representatives from the Radiology Department at the hospital held a demonstration to display the new system. Dr. Tanya Bethel, Consulting Radiologist spoke about Continue Reading...
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    • Many GB residents in homeless state
      Extreme difficulties have become normal in the lives of many Grand Bahamians. Many residents in Grand Bahama are facing tough financial times due to the current economic state. It is common knowledge that there are people residing in the former Princess Hotel which has been closed down for years. Some without anywhere else to live are known to be inhabiting Continue Reading...
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    • Ministry Fresh Start Programme to begin January, 2019
      The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture is concentrating on embracing more young Bahamians into the innovative Fresh Start Youth Programme. On Monday, Youth Coordinator, Karla Brown-Roker and her team disclosed initial plans for the new Fresh Start Youth Programme, and is appealing to interested persons to register. The application forms were sent out three weeks ago, but Brown-Roker informed Continue Reading...
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    • UB Sigmas host entrepreneurship seminar to promote financial freedom among students
      The Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., with major funding from the U.S. Embassy, recently held a seminar to promote entrepreneurship among young people. The fraternity chapter at The University of The Bahamas brought in an entrepreneur from Tampa Florida who is also a retired U.S. Airforce Staff Sergeant. Daniel Smith, the owner and CEO of Continue Reading...
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    • PM, National Security chief tout enhancing measures
      The Government of The Bahamas is heightening the national security system. So, said Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis last week during the Grand Bahama Technology Summit. He detailed new security gadgets that he claimed will enhance security of The Bahamas. “My government has placed a high priority on national security. The utilization of new technology is enhancing our mandate. Tools such as Continue Reading...
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    • East Grand Bahama senior citizens treated to pre-Thanksgiving lunch
      Senior citizens of the East Grand Bahama Constituency were on Saturday past, were put into an early Thanksgiving mood. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest who is also the East Grand Bahama Member of  Parliament, and wife Sonia, led the a pre-Thanksgiving Luncheon initiative for senior citizens at the Allegro School of Music. Due to urgent Continue Reading...
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