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Sports stadium officially opened – photos

More than 15,000 people turned out February 25 to be a part of the official opening of the new Thomas A Robinson National Stadium, a gift to The Bahamas from the Government of the People's Republic of China. The audience was treated to cultural performances and a firework display. (BIS Photos/Derek Smith and Patrick Hanna) 

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Monday, February 27, 2012
Monday, February 27, 2012

A traditional Junkanoo rush-out livened up the ceremony.The Royal Bahamas Police Force carry the national flag at the opening ceremony.Athletes test out the running track.Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham addresses the audience at the opening ceremony of the new sports stadium on February 25.Junkanoo rush-out.The Royal Bahamas Police Force band plays at the ceremony.
Sports Minister Charles Maynard addresses the audience.Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham unveils the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium commemorative plaque.More than 15,000 people turned out February 25 to be a part of the official opening of the new Thomas A Robinson National Stadium.

While rejecting calls for a Ministry of Financial Services, managing partner at Deloitte Bahamas Raymond Winder says the Bahamas Financial Services Board needs more funding to promote the sector successfully.

Private aviation service provider headquartered in Nassau officially opened a new, full-service, fixed-based operator facility at the Exuma International Airport. Odyssey also opened two new handling locations in Eleuthera just in time for busy spring traffic.

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