St. Augustine’s College, Fox Hill named after St. Augustine of Canterbury 1947 – By 1950 Leviticus Adderley was its top Student

St. Augustine’s was founded in 1946 by Father Frederic Frey. By 1947, it was a busy, working monastery and Boys’ ...
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‘Charter a plane, send 300 SANDWICHES’ as Whole Families and Dynasties Win Seats In 1949 House of Assembly

Sandwiches meant money in 1949. Crisp pound notes, legal currency, to be exact! 1949 was also the year of bribery, ...
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Only the PLP Could Have Started Rumour That Caused 700 Squatters To Try Claim Pop Symonette Land – 1967

Juicy government leaks only truly began with the PLP government in 1967. Don’t believe me? Well, consider that, for the ...
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On the shoulders of Giants: Leon E. H. Dupuch, father of Sir Etienne and Founder of The Tribune newspaper dies 1914

When the roll of heroes, legends, creators and change makers, is called, Leon Edward Hartman Dupuch, Founder and Editor of ...
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Historical Lie of the Selfless Politician in 1967 Produced Problem of Political Demigods in the Modern Day

How do you get people, generations in fact, to believe something that is patently untrue. A lie. A bold faced, ...
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Sidney Poitier Stands Godfather For Premier Lynden Pindling’s Youngest – 10th December 1967

In The Bahamas, by 10th December 1967, other than Premier Lynden Pindling, the most famous Bahamian was Hollywood actor Sidney ...
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Milo Butler’s “seclusively segregated” draws guffaws from Opposition UBP, then Cecil, Foulkes, Hanna and Clarence Bain jumped in 1967

The Bahamas doesn’t need lectures in political democracy - it can give lectures. For three hundred years now, and counting, ...
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Tartan To Commemorate Bahamian-Scottish Heritage Officially Recognised 1966

Scottish-Bahamian heritage, survives in The Bahamas today, through many historical surnames, as well as, a tartan print, officially recognised by ...
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When Sir Roland Rejected Harry Oakes’s Daughter’s Deal For Her Own Casino Licence In Exchange For Education Money 1965

If truth be told, Harry Oakes’s money and influence, resided in The Bahamas longer than the man himself. More than ...
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“Spottie” Most Famous Potcake Adopted From Nassau By Movie Actor Peter Lawford 1938

In The Bahamas, street dogs, once called simply wild dogs, then Nassau dogs or Bahama dogs are now commonly referred ...
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