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Thora Sweeting was honored for her many years in softball in the country by the Bahamas Government Departmental Softball Association (BGDSA) on Saturday. She was presented with a lifetime achievement award. SHELDON LONGLEY

Sweeting honored for years in softball

Rarely is the administrative aspect of sports recognized in The Bahamas like how it should be. Locally, a lot of the hard work put in by the leaders of their respective sports has gone unnoticed and for the most part is unappreciated. Bahamians just like

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Driskell Rolle is leading the charge for The Bahamas at the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, currently taking place in Palembang, Indonesia. She is 37th overall. On the men’s side, Derrick Burrows is 65th out of 73 bowlers. FILE

Rolle, Burrows hit the lanes in Indonesia

Following the first two blocks of games of the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, currently ongoing halfway around the world in Palembang, the capital city of Indonesia’s South Sumatra province, the two-member Bahamian team is significantly off the pace in making the cuts in their respective genders. On the female side, Driskell

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An artist’s impression of the overwater cabanas at Coco Beach Club. ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES

Overwater cabanas set to open at CocoCay in Jan.

Royal Caribbean Cruises is set to open the first overwater cabanas in The Bahamas in January at its private island, CocoCay. Coco Beach Club is being developed on CocoCay and could be officially opened by January 31, 2020. “An exclusive retreat on Royal Caribbean’s private island destination

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Commonwealth Brewery Limited’s net profit for the three-month period ended September 2019 grew $1,684,583 from a loss position for the comparative period of 2018. FILE

Commonwealth Brewery posts net revenue increase in third quarter

Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL) remains cautiously optimistic on its short-term, post-Dorian outlook, as it posted a net revenue increase in its third quarter results ending September 30, outpacing first-half declines. CBL noted that those results held even in the wake of Hurricane Dorian which “destroyed one

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Battery and Tyre Specialists Ltd. owner Keith McCartney speaks with The Nassau Guardian yesterday about the government’s proposed rate reduction bond. AHVIA J. CAMPBELL

Businesses fear BPL tax

Some business owners on New Providence yesterday expressed concern with the Minnis administration’s plan to increase electricity bills via an upcoming rate reduction bond to repay Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) legacy debt. Keiron Williams, part owner of Pepper Pot Grill on King Street off Market

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