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The reduction in income forces heads of households to make decisions about the kinds of optional expenditures the household can live with, and what it can live without. FILE

What COVID-19 can bring

Motivational maxims that encourage us to look at the upside of down moments can come across as tiresome clichés, particularly when we have lost our jobs and businesses, and temporarily lost some of our civil liberties together with our sense of sanity due to curfews,

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Bodybuilding and fitness athletes could return to the gyms this Wednesday, as those training facilities will be open for the first time since mid-March. The BBFF National Championships have been pushed back, set for October 24. The CAC Championships will now be held on November 19-21, in Bridgetown, Barbados. FILE

BBFF nationals pushed back to October

With a definite date on the opening of gyms across the island now established, bodybuilding and fitness athletes can now get back to their regular workout regiments in hopes of preparing their bodies for competition. The Northern Bahamas Championships, which was making a return to the

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Mortier vies for BLTA presidency

As the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) election of officers looms, another slate of candidates, spearheaded by Dyphany Mortier, has come forward to challenge Perry Newton and his slate of candidates for control of the local governing tennis body. The elections are set for Saturday, July 4

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