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Bahamian Ken Mullings finished fifth in the men's decathlon at the 23rd CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Ken Mullings continued to hold his own against some of the region’s best decathletes on Monday, eventually settling for a fifth place finish, and The Bahamas’ women’s tennis doubles team of Simone Pratt and Danielle Thompson dropped their bronze medal match as the 23rd Central

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The University of The Bahamas' (UB) Athletics Department 12th Annual Summer Sports Camp recently came to a close at the university's Oakes Field Campus. Shown are some of the young campers along with instructors. At far left is Assistant Athletic Director at UB and camp organizer Sean Bastian. Photo courtesy of the UNIVERSITY OF THE BAHAMAS

The University of The Bahamas’ (UB) Athletics Department hosted its 12th summer sports camp from June 25 to July 20 at its Oakes Field Campus, where the campers went through drills in the disciplines of basketball, soccer, track and field and swimming. Assistant Athletic Director at UB

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The Central Bank of The Bahamas.

Average consumer prices increased by 1.2 percent from March 2017 to March 2018, The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) said in its June Monthly Economic and Financial Developments (MEFD) report. The report pegged the rise in global energy prices as the reason for the

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Palm Cay Director of Sales and Marketing Myles Newell invites brokers and agents to partner with developers in sales of the new $100 million One Marina project that is expected to break ground by late fall with 40 percent of the first building pre-sold.

Leading real estate brokers and younger stars turned out by the dozens last week for a reception at Palm Cay to get in on the ground floor, literally, with involvement in the new $100 million One Marina project, 84 luxury condos overlooking the popular marina

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Financial Secretary Marlon Johnson, left; Cecilia Strachan, permanent secretary, Department of Labour; Dion Foulkes, minister of labor; Peter Turnquest, deputy prime minister and minister of finance; Michael Nelson, IDB acting country representative and Timyka Davis, IDB labor market specialist.

The Bahamas is the first country in the Caribbean and Latin America to implement a national credentialing system using blockchain technology. The government successfully completed a pilot project, Bahamas Blockcerts, which will radically improve the national system of creating, issuing, viewing and verifying national certificates

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