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Shown are Doctor's Hospital Dr. Meyer Rassin Foundation scholarship recipients. DOCTORS HOSPITAL

In its continued effort to ensure that sufficient numbers of Bahamians are trained to fill the varied healthcare positions throughout the country, the Doctor’s Hospital Dr. Meyer Rassin Foundation presented more than 40 young Bahamians with scholarships to assist with next year’s tuition and associated

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Melissa Ingraham, left, and Hydie Knowles, right, recipients of a four-week internship at the Bimini Biological Field Station commonly known as "Shark Lab." Funding was provided through the Alf Thompson Memorial Scholarship program of Bahamas Marine EcoCentre in collaboration with Shark Lab.

Melissa Ingraham and Hydie Knowles are the most recent recipients of the four-week Alf Thompson Memorial Scholarship (ATMS) who have been selected to intern at the Bimini Biological Field Station, known as the ‘shark lab’. Ingraham, 21, and Knowles, 20, both from New Providence, are living

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Danielle Thompson, left, and Simone Pratt, right, will play for the bronze medal in women's doubles in the tennis segment of the 23rd CAC Games currently ongoing in Barranquilla, Colombia. They lost in the semifinals yesterday.

It was a busy weekend for The Bahamas in sports, particularly at the 23rd Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, as a number of athletes and teams, in various disciplines, were in action. To say that the country’s team sports are struggling might be an

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The Bahamas won nine medals, inclusive of three gold, at the CAC Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships in Mexico, City, Mexico, over the weekend. Wellington Wallace, center, won a gold medal in men’s physique.

The Bahamas Bodybuilding & Fitness Federation’s (BBFF) 12-member team wrapped up competition at the 45th Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships Sunday night in Mexico City, Mexico, with three gold medals and nine medals in total. The Bahamas was represented by Lindsay Jardegen Curry

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The Platinum Pool Lady Sharks keep rolling as they completed a perfect weekend in the New Providence Softball Association’s (NPSA) women’s division, romping the Aliv Strykers, 26-2, and then taking care of the Johnson’s Lady Truckers, 14-9. The games were played on the Banker’s Field at the Baillou Hills

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Shown are participants in the Stand Out Summer Internship program at Baha Mar. The interns were introduced to Baha Mar through an in-depth orientation and property tour before being placed with brands and departments that most closely related to their fields of study and interest. Interns were hosted by Baha Mar Shared Services - SLS, Grand Hyatt, ESPA and The Royal Blue Golf Club.

Bradley Wright, a student at Central State University, says he’s effectively learned the true definition of leadership, teamwork and professionalism after his summer internship at Baha Mar. “The opportunity in the Revenue Department has improved my critical thinking in the business world to efficiently increase income,

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Pictured are Youth Ambassadors Program participants, who were selected to participate in the program from August 7-29 in the United States. Standing from left are Durran Thompson; Carlysle Bain; Shappelle Marshall; Alia Heastie; Darnelle Coicous; Karajahyah Forbes, and U.S. Education and Cultural Specialist Chanelle Clare.

Karajahyah Forbes, Alia Heastie, Shappelle Marshall, Carlysle Brown, Darnelle Coicous and Durran Thompson have been selected to participate in the prestigious Youth Ambassadors Program, August 7—29 in the United States. During the three-week program in the United States, The Bahamas Youth Ambassadors, along with other youth

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Let’s face it, life is full of ups and downs for that’s the way life works. In other words, we’ll experience glorious, wonderful times in our life, when everything appears to be going exactly as planned as we experience one success after another in all

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