Gift to hospital to help care for those in need

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THE Princess Margaret Hospital yesterday received four new dialysis machines and a fully-equipped mammogram workstation as a part of two unique fund raising efforts – all components Health Minister Dr Perry Gomez said would certainly aid scores of Bahamians as National Health Insurance (NHI) looms.

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SuperSportMcKenzie announces retirementSuperSportAfter a first-class career of 21 years and nearly 36 000 career runs, Neil McKenzie has decided that it is time to hang up his cricket boots. During his career, McKenzie represented both South Africa and...

Gift to hospital to help care for those in need

admin

THE Princess Margaret Hospital yesterday received four new dialysis machines and a fully-equipped mammogram workstation as a part of two unique fund raising efforts – all components Health Minister Dr Perry Gomez said would certainly aid scores of Bahamians as National Health Insurance (NHI) looms.

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McKenzie announces retirement - SuperSport

SuperSportMcKenzie announces retirementSuperSportAfter a first-class career of 21 years and nearly 36 000 career runs, Neil McKenzie has decided that it is time to hang up his cricket boots. During his career, McKenzie represented both South Africa and...