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My Friend, how do you answer the question posed by the title of today’s article ‘Are You Organized?’….well are you, yes or no? I do sincerely hope and pray for your sake incidentally, that you are in fact a very well organized person for this

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From left are Aliv Chief Money Maestro Barry Williams, Exuma Island Administrator Oscar Munroe, Member of Parliament for Exumas and Ragged Island Chester Cooper, Chief Aliv Officer Damian Blackburn, Aliv General Manager for Central Bahamas Carl Momplaisir and Chief Aliv Innovator Stephan Curran. ALIV

Aliv is pleased to announce that it has launched a new store on the island of Exuma. The store is located in George Town. Long Island is scheduled to go live in the coming weeks. The launch on both islands was postponed due to the passage

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A player from Government High School (GHS) tries to dribble between three players during their game against the St. Anne’s Blue Waves at the 35th Annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic yesterday. The GHS Magic won easily, 70-38. Photos: TORRELL GLINTON

The Government High School (GHS) Magic might not have made the playoffs in the government schools this year, but they were rejuvenated at the start of the 35th Annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic, and they showed that yesterday. The Magic got a couple three point shots

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Bahamian coach at Jacksonville Yolett McPhee-McCuin and her Jacksonville Dolphins wrapped up their fifth straight win, and the 250th in program history, on Monday, defeating the NJIT Highlanders, 73-53, at Swisher Gymnasium in Jacksonville, Florida. The Dolphins (21-7, 11-2 ASUN Conference) are second in conference play, trailing just the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles (26-4, 12-1 ASUN Conference).

Yolett McPhee-McCuin and her Jacksonville Dolphins wrapped up their fifth straight victory on Monday, and the 250th in program history, trouncing the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Highlanders, 73-53, at Swisher Gymnasium in Jacksonville, Florida, on Monday. The Bahamian head coach at Jacksonville is

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Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) was recognized as the National Sponsor of the Year for Sports at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture’s Sports Awards Show. From left are Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard, Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling, and BTC Senior Manager for Events and Sponsorships Carol Barnett. ERIC ROSE

With an investment of over $1 million in sports in 2017, Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) was recognized as the National Sponsor of the Year for Sports at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture’s Sports Awards Show. The year was an epic one for the country,

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