Sunday, 25 June 2017

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WhatsApp is becoming one of the prevailing ways people discover and discuss news, according to a study. But use of the messaging app appears to vary widely between countries.
A UK hacker has been jailed for stealing almost £100,000 from a bank by exploiting a bug in the bank's online banking system. James Ejankowski, who's 24, defrauded Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group of...
The number of tests carried out by the NHS to diagnose people with sleep disorders across England has doubled in the past decade, figures reveal. NHS data shows that 147,610 sleep diagnostic tests were carried out last...
There has been a sharp drop in nurses registering to work in the UK since the EU referendum, figures suggest. Last July, 1,304 nurses from the EU joined the Nursing and Midwifery Council register, compared to 46 in...
Abaco, Bahamas - A 23 year old male victim of Murphy Town, Abaco who was hospitalized at the Princess Margaret Hospital succumbed to his injuries on Saturday 17th June 2017.
St. Johns College Green Lightning Solar Car Crew makes a successful 15 miles run around the island today. Their final test before heading to the Texas motor speedway for Solar Car Challenge on 14th. July 2017. Powered...
The difference between the country's fastest growing mobile provider Aliv and the dinosaur former monopoly BTC, is that Aliv is 100 per cent Bahamian-owned, while BTC is at the behest of Liberty Global.  This...
ALIV was proud to sponsor Galilee College’s 2017 Commencement Exercise held on June 15th at 7pm at Church of God of Prophecy Auditorium on Joe Farrington Road. The sponsorship underscores our continued commitment...
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