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Royal Caribbean Bahamian Job Numbers Soar, 344 on Staff

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After nearly a decade in the hotel sector, Seville Smith was a rising star at a major resort in The Bahamas when an ad caught her eye. Royal Caribbean International was hosting a job fair in Nassau, kicking off a robust campaign aimed at hiring more Bahamians. Smith thought of the possibilities of learning about different cultures and new opportunities, took a chance, applied and was instantly bounced up to the next round of interviews.

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Rotary Donates $102,000 to Digital Divide Initiative

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A generous donation of $102,000 by the Rotary Clubs of Nassau pushed the Ministry of Education closer to its goal to ensure every child has access to an electronic device for the 2020/2021 school-year.

Erroneous Report on COVID-19 in The Bahamas by Local 10 News in Miami

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is aware of a Channel 10 Miami News broadcast on Tuesday, 24 November 2020, in which the broadcaster erroneously reported on hugely inflated figures for COVID-19 infections in The Bahamas, while at the same time referring to a US travel advisory that, inter alia, advised its citizens not to travel to The Bahamas.

Min. of Health COVID-19 Update – 11/25/2020

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Essential Services Continue at Potter’s Cay

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The country has been greatly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns; however, certainservices have continued to be provided. One such service is operations at the Potter’s Cay Dock, which is the country’s main gateway for mail boat services to the Family Islands.

Min. of Health COVID-19 Update – 11/04/2020

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The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China donates one thousand test kits to...

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The Bahamas entered into diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China on 23rd May, 1997. For almost twenty-three (23) years, The...

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Dominican Poachers arrive at Defence Force Base

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Defence Force patrol craft HMBS Livingstone Smith under the command of Senior Lieutenant Alexis Brown assisted in bringing the fishermen to the capital, and HMBS Lignum Vitae escorted the captured crafts. The Dominican Fishermen, along with their vessels and fishery products were handed over to the relevant authorities for further investigation.

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