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Seated, from left, are Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd, Governor General C. A. Smith and Lorraine Armbrister, permanent secretary, Ministry of Education, surrounded by All-Bahamas Merit Scholars and National Merit Scholars.

Mahlia Neely & Dehron Smith are 2019 All-Bahamas Merit Scholars

In the words of Mahlia Neely, success is not some abstract idea that comes and leaves inexplicably, randomly gracing some and skipping others. But rather, she says it is a definite, attainable entity that is only tangible if one makes it so. She says success

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Exposed to STEM careers

The Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement (BETA) Camp allowed a number of students to be exposed to careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) during a week-long interactive experience with funding provided by Sun Oil Limited. The mission of the camp co-founded by engineers Trenicka

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You’ve changed

The general election of August 19, 1992 marked a critical turning point in the history of the nation, bringing with it an end to 25 years of governance by the Pindling-led Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). The Free National Movement’s (FNM) victory at the polls ushered in

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A marijuana plant is seen in this photo. Government has received approximately 10 letters of interest for marijuana processing and cultivation and for the import of marijuana-based products to The Bahamas. AP

Marijuana business hopefuls approach govt

The government has received approximately 10 letters of interest for marijuana processing and cultivation and for the import of marijuana-based products, according to Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands in an interview with Perspective. This as Bahamas National Marijuana Commission co-chair Quinn McCartney, who spoke to

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In early July 2019, mechanical failures at Grand Bahama Power Company’s plant required the company to seek specialist assistance from MAN Energyto rectify the issue. GRAND BAHAMA POWER COMPANY

Power supply challenges island to island

As New Providence’s energy crisis continues to wreak havoc on lives and businesses, Perspective followed up on power generation concerns on the islands of Bimini, Abaco and Grand Bahama to find out how service providers have managed challenges and how residents are coping with blackouts

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Bahamian Shaunae Miller-Uibo, left, wins the women’s 200m ahead of Great Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith, second left, during the Muller Grand Prix Diamond League Meet in Birmingham, England, on Sunday. Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, right, was third. photos: AP

Shaunae wins again; books spot for DL final

Shaunae Miller-Uibo now has an 11-race unbeaten streak in the women’s 200 meters (m) dating back to the London World Championships two years ago, and has recorded 25 straight victories overall, covering all of her events during that same time frame. The Bahamian Olympic Champion was

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