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BDB changing operating model

Successive governments have not embraced the opportunities the Bahamas Development Bank (BDB) could offer entrepreneurs that seek funding, BDB Managing Director Dave Smith said recently. He explained that the bank is now focused on development and impact instead of profit. Smith, who was a speaker at the Exuma

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The Texas Longhorns have an 18 stroke lead over athe inaugural White Sands University of Houston Golf Invitational, currently ongoing at the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island. Shown at left is Texas Women’s Golf Head Coach Ryan Murphy. TEXASSPORTS.COM

Texas stretches lead at White Sands Classic

Behind another strong day from freshman golfer Sophie Guo, tied for a round-best five-under par 67, the nationally number two ranked Texas Longhorns women’s golf team increased their lead on the second day of the inaugural White Sands University of Houston Golf Invitational, currently ongoing

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Bahamian Kai Jones, formerly of Brewster Academy, goes up for two points during the inaugural Caribbean Tip-Off Classic last year. This year’s classic is set for Friday to Saturday at Loyola Hall on Gladstone Road. FILE

Caribbean Tip-Off Classic set for this weekend

Building on the success of the inaugural classic a year ago, organizers from the Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) are looking for the second version of the Caribbean Tip-Off Classic to really take off. The tournament, featuring a number of elite high school and college prep basketball

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A number of pro jet ski riders in the world will be here in The Bahamas for next week’s P1 AquaX Bahamas World Championship. Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL) has come on board as an official partner in the staging of the event.

Commonwealth Brewery partners with P1 for AquaX World Championship

As the countdown begins to next week’s P1 AquaX Bahamas World Championship at the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, a partnership agreement has been announced with Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL). The agreement will see Stolichnaya Vodka (Stoli) and Kalik Light Beer receive a range of

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Mitchell Munroe, 3, is one of few children on Ragged Island, which was devastated by Hurricane Irma two years ago. The island’s only school, Duncan Town All Age School, was badly damaged. Some parents have sent their children to New Providence to school. PHOTOS: KYLE WALKINE


Atop a little hill in Duncan Town, Ragged Island, sits a classroom with damaged desks piled up, chairs thrown across the floor and a fan dangling from one portion of a roof left intact. The classroom is a part of the Duncan Town All Age School

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