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          Disney Cruise Line Announces Fall 2019 Itineraries!      Cache   Translate Page      

Disney Cruise Line is debuting a diverse lineup of itineraries and home ports for fall 2019 with departures from New York, California, Texas and Florida. Disney Cruise Line will be returning to favorite destinations and home ports on a variety of itineraries, including adventures to Bermuda, Bahamas, Baja, Canada and the Caribbean. With cruises ranging from two-night getaways to weeklong […]

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          Disney Cruise Line Explores New Destinations in Alaska, the Caribbean & Ireland & Italy in Summer 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

In summer 2018, Disney Cruise Line will sail on new itineraries and to new ports, including first-time visits to destinations in Italy and Ireland. Disney Cruise Line takes Guests on a grand tour of Europe with visits to the Mediterranean, northern Europe, Norway and Iceland. Plus, adventures continue with sailings to Alaska, the Caribbean and the Bahamas. New sailings […]

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          anngol: Игровые аппараты на FreePlay      Cache   Translate Page      

У каждого человека, наверное бывают такие моменты, когда не хочется ни с кем общаться, а просто хочется побыть на едине с самим собой. Причин этому может быть достаточно много, иногда просто накапливается усталость и ты можешь чувствовать какое-то моральное напряжение. В такие моменты, очень важно не уходить в себя, а по возможности постараться себя отвлечь на то, что приносит вам позитивные эмоции и помогает не думать в негативном ключе, о накопившихся неурядицах. Кому-то достаточно посидеть в полной тишине и почитать какой-нибудь детектив любимого автора, кто-то предпочитает вечерние прогулки на свежем воздухе, но а мне в такие моменты хочется поиграть в игровые автоматы, так как меня это на время отвлекает от внешнего мира и позволяет хоть не надолго забыть обо всем негативе, который накопился. 

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Вот и в данный момент решила немного поиграть, но для начала необходимо еще выбрать заведение, в котором можно быстро и легко сориентироваться, ведь не хочется тратить лишние время на ознакомление с тем или иным сайтом. Так на сайте в данный момент меня все устроило, ведь здесь разобраться может даже новичок, который никогда не посещал такого рода заведения. Это сайт интернет казино Плей Фортуна, на котором расположены самые стильные и качественные игровые автоматы, среди них такие как: Mermaids Millions, Fortune Jump, Bust the Bank, Wild Spirit, Unicorn Magic, Just Jewels, Bananas go Bahamas, Sharky, Hot Ink и Gift Rap. Еще это заведение мне понравилось тем, что играть в нем можно бесплатно, так что дерзайте и получайте от игры удовольствие. 

 | Family distraught as body of SA woman who died in Bahamas won't come home      Cache   Translate Page      
The body of Nobuhle Bhengu, a former cruise ship employee who died in the Bahamas, will not be coming home and will be cremated instead, according to a family member.
          State Department Issues Travel Warnings For Spring Breakers      Cache   Translate Page      
The U.S. State Department has issued travel advisories for some of the most popular spring break destinations, including parts of the Bahamas, Jamaica and all of Mexico.
          Update 48      Cache   Translate Page      
A week after we got engaged, we were planning to go to the Bahamas with his mom, his sister and his niece. The day before we were supposed to leave we decided to take his 14 year old lab to the vet because she was drooling a lot and breathing heavy. The vet said that it was an abscess tooth and that he would need to pull it so we left her there to have it pulled. The vet called him an hour later and told him that when they put her under to pull the tooth they noticed a growth in her mouth which was cancer. He almost fell to the floor. He burst into tears and I just hugged him. His dogs mean the entire world to him. The whole reason he is in Florida in the winters is so that his dogs can swim and not slip on ice. He was a mess. He went to go sit outside for a bit by himslef, then I joined him and just let him cry. It broke my heart to see him like that. We decided that his mom and sister and niece should still go to the Bahamas and that we would stay home with the dogs. I am glad that we did that. I think having everyone at the house would have been a disaster while he was in that state. We picked her up the next morning and he just hugged her and cried more. Watching him with her made me cry too. I told him to just stay with her and not to worry about anything else. I cleaned up the kitchen, the garage, the porch and the bedroom. I didn't know what else to do with my self. Every time she yelped in pain he would feel so terrible for her that I told him to go hang out outside while I sat with her and gave her pain pills or tried to get her to eat etc. He just couldn't bare to hear her in pain and I couldn't bare to see him in pain. He said that he didn't care how much it would cost, he was going to make sure she got better. He researched on line and called dog oncologist etc. I let him be crazy for a few days as I don't know how I would react if anything happened to my dog. Then after she was feeling a bit better and he had stopped crying I felt that I needed to talk to him about the reality of curing a 14 and a half year old dog of cancer. I was very gentle and he admitted he knew that it wasn't very realistic. He went to the oncologist and it turns out that they can treat her and they said that she would be cancer free for at least a year, which would take her way past her life expectancy. He was so thrilled with this news and so was I. The only difficult thing for me is that he was supposed to come home but now has to stay in Florida an extra month for her treatment. That means that I have started to plan the wedding alone. I really wish that he could be here to help but I am happy that his dog will be okay. I pray that she lives as long as she can with out suffering or being in any pain. I do worry about what might happen if she passes away near our wedding and if he will be able to celebrate. But like I have learned so many times before, you plan and G-d laughs, so what ever is meant to be will be.
I am having fun wedding dress shopping and a bit stressed out trying to find a venue. I can't wait until he comes home in a few weeks so that we can finally live in the same city and start our life together.

          Update 44      Cache   Translate Page      
So I guess the way my community works is that one person broke my anonymity and disclosed to the group that I lectured that I had a blog. That night I had an insane number of hits on my blog and by the next day I was getting calls and emails from guys that I had blogged about who had seen my blog, read through it and were able to identify themselves and were NOT happy. So I quickly blocked the blog cause I didn't know what else to do... I love writing the blog and got a bunch of emails from people who were quite upset that I blocked it and on the other hand, I don't want to offend people and I don't want everyone in my community to think that I am some mean girl with a burn book! So I am torn.

Valentines Day weekend...
I flew to Florida. On my way I missed a connecting flight due to weather and had to stay over night and the airline didn't even want to pay for my hotel. I made the best of it. I found one of my cousins that lived in that city and hung out with him until my flight the next day. Mean while when I told my bf that I had missed my flight and wasn't coming in until the next day he was so upset. Like more then necessary and I couldn't figure out why. The next morning I arrived in the Miami airport and he made up some story about needing to go pick someone up from the fort Lauderdale airport which I was super annoyed about cause I didn't want to spend V-day with anyone but him. Plus I was super tired and irritated about missing my flight and waking up at 5 am to catch the early flight to Miami. When we got there, he parked and took my bag and his bag into the airport. At this point I realized that he had booked us a flight somewhere else!!! We literally just made the flight because of my delayed situation! He wouldn't let me see where we were going, he just put me on the plane and I found out that we were on our way to Bahamas for the weekend! We had the best time. We rented a car and explored the island. We went to local places to eat and met the most amazing Bahamian people. Since he hates going to "Touristy areas" he always finds the best food that the locals make. The fish was to die for!!! We met another american couple and had dinner with them one night too. He also got me beautiful diamond earrings for Valentines day and for our six month anniversary (just happens to be the same day!) He really treated me like a princess the entire weekend. We got to Florida and I hung out with his mom and sister and niece (who were also visiting him) for a few days and then headed back home. I have never been treated so well in my life. He is amazing to me and I am so happy that I am with him. I can't wait til winter is over and he moves back home so we can start the next part of our lives together.

this past weekend I went to Las Vegas for my girlfriends bachelorette party. It was insane!!! We were 12 girls and we had a really great time. But I missed him terribly. Although I was having fun I did not wish to be single again, not for one second. I did not envy the girls who were making out with random guys on the dance floor. I was happy knowing that I have my bf and that we love each other. This was a huge test for me too... In past relationships I have been quite tempted in Vegas and this time not even for one second.

I have had a few people approach me and email me wanting to get relationship advice. I am strongly considering doing a course and combining the course with the fact that I have been a counselor and life coach for 7 years and possibly doing some relationship stuff on the side. We shall see where life takes me :)

          Jennifer Lopez in a Bikini at a Beach in The Bahamas      Cache   Translate Page      
          Sugarplum Style | Vol. 79      Cache   Translate Page      

Happy Monday from the Bahamas!! We arrived in Exuma yesterday, and it totally blew all our expectations! The water is unlike anything I’ve seen, and already I love the slow, quiet pace of this little island. My friend Emily has been raving about it for years, and now I see what all the fuss is... 

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          Comment on Who will win the Players Championship? by Gary Slatter      Cache   Translate Page      
Good stuff as usual Roundtable! Rory will be back, he’ll win any tournament when the last round is 4 hours. He needs a Sunday morning hobby. My Dan Jenkins memory...playing 9-holes with Jenkins, Charlie Price and Bob Drum in the Bahamas 1968, and I didn’t know who they were (at the time). They were there to write about the Emerald Course at Kings Inn for Harry Obitz. Jordan Speith loses to Rory in a playoff.
          Know Before You Go: 2019 Update on Cruise Ship Norovirus Breakouts      Cache   Translate Page      

No one wants to feel queasy on their cruise ship vacation. And certainly, no passenger wants to experience vomiting, diarrhea and severe stomach cramps after paying for passage on a cruise ship to the Bahamas or Gulf of Mexico. Often, this happens because of a norovirus outbreak or other viral outbreak. A quick Google search shows multiple stories about norovirus outbreaks on cruise ships and...

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          Distribution: from the Scotian Shelf to the Bahamas for taxon Bathophilus vaillanti (Zugmayer, 1911)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Distribution: Western Atlantic: 43.9°N to Venezuela, including eastern portion of the Gulf of ... for taxon Antennarius ocellatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801)      Cache   Translate Page      
Note "Distribution: Western Atlantic: 43.9°N to Venezuela, including eastern portion of the Gulf of Mexico and continental coastal regions of the Caribbean Sea, with a single record from the Bahamas" for taxon Antennarius ocellatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) has been added by Mary Kennedy via the MS Access interface on 2009-02-16T09:43:45+00:00
          Disney cruise ships are getting second island destination      Cache   Translate Page      

Disney cruise ships are getting a second island destination.

Disney has purchased property on the island of Eleuthera and the Bahamian government has entered into an agreement with Disney to develop the property.

The Orlando Sentinel reports that Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis announced the purchase last weekend in a statement.

The statement said Disney's development of the 700-acre property will amount to an investment of between $250 million and $400 million.

The statement also says Disney will donate 190 acres of the land including the southernmost tip of the island to the government for a national park. The donated land has a value of $6.29 million.

Disney already has a private island, Castaway Cay, but its cruise line is expanding from four ships to five vessels by 2023.

          PBF TOSCO CONNECTION      Cache   Translate Page      
By Dave Lincoln


      The long and twisted history of how Exxon  
      and other refiners unload their worst assets.

From:  PBF Energy

Thomas D. O'Malley

Thomas D. O’Malley has served as Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of PBF Energy since its formation in November 2011, served as Executive Chairman of PBF LLC and its predecessors from March 2008 to February 2013 and was our Chief Executive Officer from inception until June 2010. Mr. O’Malley has more than 30 years experience in the refining industry. He served as Chairman of the Board of Petroplus Holdings A.G., listed on the Swiss Exchange, from May 2006 until February 2011, and was Chief Executive Officer from May 2006 until September 2007. Mr. O’Malley was Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Premcor, a domestic oil refiner and Fortune 250 company listed on the NYSE, from February 2002 until December 2004, and continued as Chairman until its sale to Valero in August 2005. Before joining Premcor, Mr. O’Malley was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Tosco Corporation. This Fortune 100 company, listed on the NYSE, was the largest independent oil refiner and marketer of oil products in the United States, with annualized revenues of approximately $25.0 billion when it  [TOSCO]   was sold to Philips Petroleum Company in September 2001. Mr. O’Malley’s extensive experience in and knowledge of the refining industry, as well as his proven leadership skills and management experience provides the board with valuable leadership, and for these reasons we believe Mr. O’Malley is qualified to serve as Chairman of our board of directors.

PBF                     CONOCOPHILLIPS
Thomas Nimbley
Mr. Nimbley has served as PBF's Chief Executive Officer since June of 2010 and was appointed to the board of directors in October of 2014. Prior thereto, he served as a Principal for Nimbley Consultants LLC from June 2005 to March 2010, where he provided consulting services and assisted on the acquisition of two refineries. He previously served as Senior Vice President and Head of Refining for Phillips Petroleum Company and subsequently Senior Vice President and head of Refining for ConocoPhillips' domestic refining system (13 locations) following the merger of Phillips and Conoco. Before joining Phillips at the time of its acquisition of Tosco in September 2001, Mr. Nimbley served in various positions with Tosco Corporation and its subsidiaries starting in April 1993.
Spencer Abraham
Spencer Abraham has served as a director of PBF Energy since October 2012. Mr. Abraham is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the international strategic consulting firm The Abraham Group, which he founded in 2005. Prior to starting The Abraham Group, Mr. Abraham served as Secretary of Energy under President George W. Bush from 2001 through January 2005 and was a U.S. Senator for the State of Michigan from 1995 to 2001. Prior to serving as a U.S. Senator, Mr. Abraham held various other public and private sector positions in the public policy arena. Mr. Abraham serves as a director of Occidental Petroleum Corporation and GenOn Energy, Inc. and as Chairman of the Advisory Board of Lynx Global Realty Asset Fund Onshore LLC. He was previously a director of ICx Technologies and non-executive Chairman of Areva Inc. Mr. Abraham also serves on the boards or advisory committees of several private companies, including Deepwater Wind, LLC, Green Rock Energy, Sindicatum Sustainable Resources and C3. Mr. Abraham’s extensive political and financial experience in the energy sector, including as the Secretary of Energy of the United States, as a U.S. Senator and as a board member of various public companies in the oil and gas sector, provides him with unique and valuable insights into the industry in which we operate and the markets that we serve, and for these reasons we believe that Mr. Abraham is a valuable member of our board of directors.
Jefferson F. Allen
Jefferson F. Allen has served as a director of PBF Energy since its formation in November 2011 and has been a director of the Board of Directors of PBF LLC since March 2011. Mr. Allen serves as chairman of our audit committee for PBF. Mr. Allen has over 35 years experience in the oil industry. Before his retirement in 2005, Mr. Allen most recently served as the Chief Executive Officer of Premcor at the time of its sale to Valero in 2005. In addition, from 2002 until 2005 Mr. Allen served on Premcor’s Board of Directors and from 2002 until 2004 was Chairman of its Audit Committee. Prior to his service with Premcor, Mr. Allen was the Chief Financial Officer and a director of Tosco Corporation from 1990, and served as its President from 1995, until its merger with Phillips Petroleum Company in September 2001. Before joining Tosco, his previous energy industry experience was in the international exploration and production business for 14 years. Mr. Allen’s industry specific experience as a financial expert and board member of a public company, provides our board with a unique perspective and insight, and for these reason we believe Mr. Allen is a valuable member of our board of directors.
Wayne A. Budd
Wayne A. Budd has over 40 years of legal experience in the public and private sectors, and since 2004 is a Senior Counsel of Goodwin Procter LLP. Prior to that, he served as a Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel and a Director of John Hancock Financial Services Inc. from 2000 to 2004. Mr. Budd served as Group President, New England, of Bell Atlantic Corporation (now Verizon Communications Inc.) from 1996 to 2000. He served as a Senior Partner of Goodwin Procter LLP from 1993 to 1996. Mr. Budd also served on the U.S. Sentencing Commission from 1994 to 1997, which he was appointed to by President Bill Clinton. From 1992 to 1993, Mr. Budd served as an Associate Attorney General of the United States, overseeing the Civil Rights, Environmental, Tax, Civil and Anti-Trust Divisions at the Department of Justice, as well as the Bureau of Prisons. From 1989 to 1992, he was the United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts. He previously served as a director of Tosco Corp. and Premcor Inc. He currently serves as a director at McKesson Corporation. Mr. Budd is the past Chairman of the National Board of the American Automobile Association and currently serves as a director of the American Automobile Association of Southern New England. Mr. Budd’s extensive legal experience and as a board member of public entities, including in the refining sector, provides our board with a beneficial perspective and insight, and for these reasons we believe Mr. Budd is a valuable member of our board of directors.
Gene Edwards
Gene Edwards has over 35 years of experience in the energy and refining sectors. Most recently he retired from Valero in April of 2014 where he was Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer. Mr. Edwards began his career with Valero as an Analyst in Planning and Economics in 1982 and then served as Director of Business Development; Director of Petrochemical Products; Vice President of Planning and Business Development; Senior Vice President of Supply, Marketing & Transportation; Senior Vice President of Planning, Business Development and Risk Management and as Senior Vice President of Product Supply and Trading. Prior to joining Valero, he was an energy analyst with Pace Consultants and a refinery process engineer with Citgo. He previously served as a director of CST Brands, a spin-off of Valero, from May to October 2013. Mr. Edwards has served as a director of Green Plains Energy since June 2014. Mr. Edwards’ decades of experience in all aspects of the refining sector provides our board with additional industry-specific knowledge from an individual deeply connected with the independent refining sector.
William Hantke
Mr. Hantke has served as a director of PBF Energy since February of 2016. He brings to PBF significant experience as a financial expert and board member of public entities, including those in the refining sector. From 2002 to 2005, Mr. Hantke served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Premcor, Inc. Prior to his tenure at Premcor, Mr. Hantke served as the Corporate Vice President of Development of Tosco Corporation from 1999 to 2001. From 1993 to 1999, Mr. Hantke served as the Corporate Controller of Tosco, and from 1990 to 1993, he served as the Chief Financial Officer of Seminole Fertilizer Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tosco. Mr. Hantke has served as a director of NRG Energy since 2006 and is currently the chair of its audit committee and a member of its compensation committee. He has previously served as a director of Texas Genco, LLC, Process Energy Solutions (where he was non-executive chairman) and a director and vice-chairman of NTR Acquisition Co., a petroleum refining acquisition vehicle.
Dennis M. Houston
Dennis M. Houston has served as a director of PBF Energy since its formation in November 2011 and has been a director of the Board of Directors of PBF LLC since June 2011. Mr. Houston has approximately 40 years experience in the oil and gas industry, including over 35 years with ExxonMobil and its related companies. At the time of his retirement from ExxonMobil in May 2010, Mr. Houston held the positions of Executive Vice President Refining & Supply, Chairman and President of ExxonMobil Sales & Supply LLC and Chairman of Standard Tankers Bahamas Limited. Mr. Houston’s experience also includes engineering and management positions in Exxon’s refining organization and positions in Lubes and Supply. Mr. Houston’s extensive operational experience in the oil and gas industry, including as a manager of a global refining organization, provides him with valuable insight into the markets in which we operate and provides a unique perspective to our board, and for these reasons we believe that Mr. Houston is qualified to serve on our board.
Edward F. Kosnik
Edward F. Kosnik has served as a director of PBF Energy since February 20, 2013. Mr. Kosnik serves on our audit committee. For almost 30 years he worked in various fields including banking, insurance, real estate, technology, manufacturing and energy, holding positions that included Chairman, President and CEO, and CFO. Before his retirement in 2001, he most recently served in positions including President and Chief Executive Officer of Berwind Corporation, a diversified, industrial real estate and financial services company, from 1997 until 2001. Previously he served as Executive Vice President and CFO of Alexander and Alexander Inc. from 1994 to 1997 and as Chairman, President and CEO of JWP Inc. from 1992 to 1994. In addition, Mr. Kosnik has served on the boards and audit committees of Steelpath MLP Funds Trust from January 2010 to December 2012, Semgroup Energy Partners LP from July 2008 to November 2009, Premcor Inc. from November 2004 to September 2005, and Buckeye Partners LP from December 1986 to September 2007. Mr. Kosnik also served on Marquette University’s Board of Trustees and its audit committee from September 2006 to September 2009. Mr. Kosnik’s experience as a financial expert and board member of public entities including in the refining and logistics sectors, provides our board with a beneficial perspective and insight, and for these reason we believe Mr. Kosnik is a valuable member of our board of directors.
Robert J. Lavinia
Mr. Lavinia has served as a director of PBF Energy since February 2016. He brings to PBF industry-specific experience as an executive and board member of a public refining company. He began his career at the Gulf Oil Corporation and Phibro Energy Corporation. In 1985, he took over as President and Chief Executive Officer of Hill Petroleum Company, Phibro’s refining division. In 1992, he joined Tosco Corporation, where he served as a Senior Vice President and the President of Tosco Marketing with over 6,000 gas and convenience stores in 32 states with more than 20,000 employees. From 2002 to 2006, he served on the board of Transcor SA, a Belgium-based company with trading operations around the world, and from 2005-2006, he served as Chairman of Pasadena Refining, a Transcor subsidiary. In 2007, he joined Petroplus Holdings AG, the largest European independent refining and wholesale marketing company and he became the CEO in March 2008. In September 2009, he retired from Petroplus and remained a board member until 2012. Mr. Lavinia was formerly a director at Big West Oil.
Eija Malmivirta
Eija Malmivirta has over 40 years of experience in the energy sector. Ms. Malmivirta served in various positions at Neste Oy from 1969 to 1996, most recently as an Executive Vice President, Head of Neste International Oil Trading and Supply. She served as the Chairman and principal owner of Merei Energy Oy Ltd., an oil trading company, from 1996 to 2002. Ms. Malmivirta served as a member of the Board of Directors of Kemira Oyj, a chemical company from 1997 to 2008, VR Group Ltd. (Finnish Railways) from 1993 to 2006, National Emergency Supply Agency from 1997 to 2009, all located in Helsinki, Finland. She was also a board member for Tosco Corporation from 1997 to 2001, Premcor from 2002 to 2004 and Petroplus from 2006 to 2011. Ms. Malmivirta’s extensive oil industry expertise and public entity board member experience, including in the refining sector, provides our board with added depth and strategic insight.

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Thomas D. O'Malley 


Fire erupts at Delaware City oil refinery

A fire ripped through part of a refinery in Delaware City on Friday afternoon.

From:  YAHOO

1. History of Tosco Corporation – FundingUniverse
        by David Lincoln 

Template Tosco was founded in 1955 under the name Oil Shale Corporation. The company was incorporated under the laws of the state of Nevada, but made its headquarters in the Los Angeles area.  The project won some early support from the U.S. government, but interest from other sources was meager and the initiative soon died out.

 in 1965 when it joined West Coast oil giant Atlantic Richfield in forming the Colony Shale Oil Project..  It sold part of its interest in Colony Shale Oil to Atlantic Richfield for $8 million, staggered some observers in the investment community by leveraging itself to the hilt, and then went on a buying spree. In 1970 it acquired the Signal Oil & Gas refinery in Bakersfield, California, for $22.5 million. In 1976 it acquired $222 million of Phillips Petroleum's West Coast property, including the giant Avon Refinery in Concord, California. These moves gave the company a refining capacity of more than 200,000 barrels per day, making it the third-largest independent refiner in the United States and the largest supplier of gasoline to independent marketers on the West Coast.  Morton Winston, a lawyer who became a full-time executive with the company in 1964, was named president in 1971 . Morton Winston was an anomaly in an industry in which most top managers had backgrounds in geology, engineering, or finance. As a graduate student in the early 1950s, he aspired to become a literary scholar and chairman of a college English department. Later, after a stint in the Coast Guard, he entered Harvard Law School. After graduating from Harvard in 1958, Winston spent a year clerking for Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, then joined a New York law firm that specialized in advising small, entrepreneurial companies. He made his first contacts with Oil Shale Corporation in 1961 and joined the company shortly thereafter.

As chief executive officer of Tosco, Winston made no effort to hide his unusual background in the humanities. He composed poetry in his spare time and encouraged his executives to memorize Bartlett's Quotations. Associates said that he conducted meetings not unlike a soft-spoken college professor conducting a class. But all the points that Winston earned on style would have gone for naught if the company had not fared well during his tenure. Despite his admission that Tosco had moved into the refining business rather later than it should have, the company nonetheless showed a tenfold increase in earnings between 1975 and 1980.

In 1980 the Atlantic Richfield Company sold its 60 percent share in Colony to Exxon Corporation for $300 million. Construction began at last on a processing plant that was scheduled to be completed in 1986 or 1987. Questions about the plant, however, soon presented themselves. Rising capital costs (from 1980 to 1982, Exxon and Tosco spent $400 million between them on Colony) and a levelling off in the price of crude oil raised doubts about the economic feasibility of the project. 

For its part, Tosco received $380 million worth of compensation from Exxon for its share of Colony. The initial agreement between the two companies had stipulated that Exxon would have to buy out its stake in the venture if it ever pulled out, and Tosco exercised that clause in the contract.

This attempt to recover from the Colony disaster was insufficient to forestall a major reorganization. With Tosco reeling from a first quarter loss of nearly $77 million and still saddled with more than $700 million in bank debt, Morton Winston stepped down as CEO in June 1983 and was replaced by Matthew Talbot. One of Talbot's first acts was to announce the layoffs of 15 top executives and the consolidation of Tosco's seven divisions into two.
The reorganization did little to ease Tosco's difficulties. Sagging crude oil and gasoline prices made things difficult for a company that suddenly found refining to be its sole source of support. Tosco lost over $677 million between 1983 and 1986, and, after buying out dissident shareholders inspired by Good, found itself so deeply in debt that its creditors decreed that it should hire investment banker Bear Stearns to help arrange a takeover. There were, however, no takers. The company's stock fell to $2.75 per share, down from its high of $45 in 1980. Feeling that a change of leadership was necessary, Tosco's directors forced Talbot to resign in June of 1986 and replaced him two months later with company chairman Clarence Frame. In the meantime, Tosco sold its Bakersfield refinery to Texaco for $22 million.
The next year 1988, Argus Energy, a Connecticut-based investment partnership, announced that it had acquired a 40-percent interest in Tosco. In 1989 the company acquired Seminole Fertilizer, but this did not stop the widespread takeover speculation and uncertainty over Tosco's status. Later that year, Argus Energy head man Thomas O'Malley, by now a Tosco director, succeeded Clarence Frame as chief executive officer.
One of the company's first actions under O'Malley was to announce that it was entertaining takeover bids. Tosco claimed that at least three multinational corporations made offers, but refused to announce the identity of the suitors. Informed speculation had it that one suitor was British Petroleum, which was said to be interested in establishing a presence on the West Coast through Tosco's Avon refinery. Neither party ever confirmed that this was so, however.
Tosco declared in 1991 that none of the offers it had received were satisfactory, and that it would remain independent. The company then declared that it would consolidate operations and cut administrative costs by closing down its headquarters in Santa Monica, California. Initially, Tosco declared that it would find a headquarters site in northern California, closer to the Avon refinery. But it ultimately wound up moving to Stamford, Connecticut, the home of Argus Energy.
Indeed, the move may have signalled that Tosco intended to shift geographical direction and develop a presence on the East Coast as significant as its presence on the West Coast. In December 1992 the company acquired Exxon's Bayway refinery[BUILT IN 1909], located in Linden, New Jersey, for $175 million. The acquisition made it the second-largest independent refiner in the United States.
Principal Subsidiaries: AZL Resources, Inc.; Diablo Service Corp.; Seminole Fertilizer Corp.; The Lion Group, Ltd.; The Oil Shale Corp.; Tosco Corp.; Tosco International Finance; Toscopetro Corp.; Tosco Trading, Transportation & Supply, Inc.; Western Hemisphere Corp.
Source: International Directory of Company Histories, Vol. 7. St. James Press, 1993.

Over time the project was developed by a consortium of different companies until it was terminated by Exxon on 2 May 1982 a day which is known amongst locals as "Black Sunday".[1]

In 1969 Atlantic Richfield Company joined the project acquiring part of Tosco's stake.[5]

In 1974 Ashland Oil and Shell Oil Company joined the project.[7][9] In the late 1970s Standard Oil of Ohio, Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company, Shell and Ashaland Oil sold their shares to Atlantic Richfield Company.[7][10][11] As a result of these transactions Tosco owned 40% of shares and Atlantic Richfield Company owned 60% of shares in the project.
In 1980 Atlantic Richfield Company sold its share to Exxon for $300 million.[6] In 1981 the Colony Development started a construction of the commercial scale shale oil plant.[3] On 2 May 1982 Exxon announced the termination of the project because of low oil-prices and increased expenses laying off more than 2,000 workers resulting in the date becoming known among locals as "Black Sunday".[1][2][3] According to the shareholders agreement in a case of project termination Exxon had an obligation to buy out Tosco's shares. It paid $380 million worth of compensation.[6]

During its existence the project produced 270 thousand barrels (43×103 m3) of shale oil.[4][ WORTH ABOUT 5.4 MILLION AT $20 barrel]
At the moment of cancellation the estimated costs would exceed $5.5 billion in then-year dollars or about $10 billion in 2005 dollars.[3]

1. History of Tosco Corporation – FundingUniverse
Tosco Corporation is one of the largest independent refiners of petroleum products in the United States. Once a major player in American efforts to develop  ...

2. Tosco Corporation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tosco (The Oil Shale COrporation) was an independent US based petroleum refining and marketing corporation. It was founded in 1955 in Santa Monica, ...

 leaving Tosco unable to keep the venture viable in spite of a $1.1 million loan guarantee from the U.S. government. Exxon claimed the project's projected $6 billion price tag made the project no longer feasible, but Exxon was required to purchase Tosco's 40% share in the project as a result of their withdrawal.[2]

In 1996, Tosco acquired the Circle K chain of convenience stores. In 1997, Tosco bought the rights to the Union 76brand of gas stations and the western United States refining and marketing operations from Unocal.[4]
Tosco merged with Phillips Petroleum in 2001. [5] Phillips merged with Conoco in 2002 to become ConocoPhillips, who spun off the Circle K stores to Canadian-based Alimentation Couche-Tard.
1999 refinery accident[edit]
On February 23, 1999, four workers at the Avon Refinery in Concord were burned to death after they tried to replace a leaky oil pipe. The San Francisco Chronicle reported [6] that one Tosco employee, Anthony Creggett, claimed shortly after the fire that plant managers had refused a request by four workers to shut down the high-temperature distillation tower during the repairs on the pipe.

3. Oil Merger: Phillips Buys Tosco for $7B - ABC News
With its $7 billion stock purchase of Tosco Corp., Phillips Petroleum Co. added considerable heft to its refining operations at a time when the oil industry is ...

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Feb 5, 2001 ... Phillips Petroleum Co. said Sunday that it will acquire Tosco Corp. for $7 ... Combining with Tosco, Phillips would have a refining capacity of 1.7 ...

Tosco, already the No. 3 refiner with eight facilities, has two gasoline refineries in California--one in Wilmington, the other east of San Francisco--that turn out an average of 240,000 barrels a day, or about 21% of the state's output. Tosco is based in Stamford, Conn.
It also accounts for about 17% of gasoline sales in the state through its 2,100 stations under the "76" brand. Overall, it operates 6,400 gas stations in 32 states.

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Tosco Refining California, an oil refinery with a location in Wilmington, California employed oil refinery workers that may have been exposed to asbestos and ...

Since the 1980s, however, the company has backed off those efforts and now focuses solely on standard petroleum-based fuels and phosphate-based fertilizers.
Tosco operates large refineries in Wilmington and Martinez, California (near Los Angeles).
Oil Shale Corporation in 1955. It was headquartered in Los Angeles. Over time, Oil Shale made some strategic alliances that allowed it to grow, including joining with Atlantic Richfield in 1965 and acquiring the Signal Oil and Gas refinery in Bakersfield in 1970

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In February of 1999, Tosco's Martinez refinery was the site of an explosion in which four workers died. In November of that year, Tosco's Wilmington refinery was the site of a fire in a holding tank. No injuries were reported, and the blaze was contained.
Tiny particles of asbestos enter into the atmosphere, however, as asbestos-containing transite ages and becomes prone to crumbling. Asbestos when it is in this state is called friable, which is defined as easy to pulverize. In addition, industrial kilns often contained friable asbestos in insulation linings.
The Problem with Friable Asbestos
Asbestos fibers, when friable, can be readily dispersed into the environment. Medical conditions like asbestosis and cancer can result from the inhalation of asbestos. Another uncommon, and generally fatal, disease linked to asbestos is mesothelioma. The pleural variety of mesothelioma, one which affects the tissue that lies between the lungs and the pleural cavity, is the most common. When the airborne particles settle on food or drinks and are subsequently swallowed, pericardial or peritoneal mesothelioma can result, although they are less common than pleural mesothelioma.
Increased pressure from the press, medical scientists and citizen groups forced the creation of rules controlling how to use asbestos. The use of asbestos was more prevalent, however, when places like Tosco Corporation were built. Any asbestos that remains from then may still pose a health hazard if care is not taken during remodeling projects.
The Lurking Hazard of Asbestos
Asbestos-related diseases, unlike most work-related injuries, which are readily observed and known about soon after the incident, can take many, many years to develop. When a former employee starts showing symptoms such as breathlessness, pain in the chest or abdomen and chronic coughing, his or her physician might not immediately recognize asbestos exposure as a cause, leading to a delay in diagnosis. Men and women who were employed by or lived near oil refineries like Tosco Corporation's California facilities therefore should ask their doctors for mesothelioma information. Furthermore, spouses of these people are also in danger, as unless strict decontamination protocols, including the use of workplace-only clothing and on-site showers, were enforced, it was all too common for personnel to bring particles of asbestos on their skin, in their hair, or on their clothes. Mesothelioma surgery is available to some patients and can improve the quality of life.

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Jan 29, 2014 ... The ownership of refineries today reflects multiple changes since 2000. For example, in January 2000 Tosco (5th-largest U.S. refiner), Conoco ...

 the number of refineries and companies both declined over the same period, as the concentration of refining capacity among the top five companies increased from 38% in 2000 to 44% in 2013.


7. Tosco Avon Refinery Petroleum Naphtha Fire - Investigations | the ...
On February 23, 1999, a fire occurred in the crude unit at Tosco Corporation. Avon oil refinery in Martinez, California. Workers were attempting to replace piping ...
Mar 28, 2001
Federal Investigation of Tosco Refinery Fire Finds Flawed Management Supervision

(Washington, DC - March 28, 2001) A fire at Tosco's Avon refinery in Martinez, California, could have been prevented by better management supervision of safety, according to the final report of the U.S. Chemical Safety & Hazard Investigation Board (CSB). The report culminates an exhaustive two-year investigation of the 1999 petroleum fire that claimed the lives of four workers. The Avon refinery was acquired by UDS Corporation last year.
According to Board Member Irv Rosenthal, "Better management of job planning and execution could have prevented this tragedy. Our investigation uncovered two root causes of the accident. First, Avon refinery management did not have an effective process for assessing the dangers of maintenance operations and implementing needed safeguards. Second, neither the parent Tosco Corporation nor the facility management had investigated or corrected a pattern of serious unsafe practices at the Avon refinery."
The incident occurred on February 23, 1999, two years after an explosion at the refinery killed one and injured 46 others. Management deficiencies were also a significant factor in that incident, according to a federal report.
The 1999 incident occurred as workers attempted to remove and replace a leaky petroleum pipe which was attached to an operating oil distillation tower, known as a fractionator. Over a 13-day period prior to the accident, workers had repeatedly tried to isolate and drain the pipe, but leaking and corroded shut-off valves hampered their efforts. At the time of the incident, the pipe still contained a significant volume of pressurized naphtha, a highly flammable petroleum mixture similar to gasoline. While workers were in the process of replacing the pipe, the naphtha was released and burst into flame, killing the four workers. At the time of the fire, workers were p
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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are heading down the aisle, and the couple celebrated their exciting engagement news with a day at the beach in the Bahamas on Monday. Jennifer showed off the results of her work in a baby blue bikini while helping her shirtless fiancé with his sunscreen application - seriously, she got all the important spots! As they relaxed in their chairs on the sand, Alex smoked a cigar and checked out his phone.

Jennifer and Alex got engaged over the weekend, and have been sharing sweet photos from their romantic getaway on Instagram. On Tuesday, we were treated to a handful of rom-com worthy snaps from the actual proposal, during which Alex got down on one knee in the sand and slipped a massive emerald-cut diamond ring on her finger. No biggie! Keep reading to see how the newly-engaged couple is basking in the sunshine (and their big news).

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Jennifer Lopez was wearing a $328 ensemble by Australian brand Spell when her fiancé Alex Rodriguez proposed in the Bahamas on Saturday.
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Resort to Romance
Ten delightful - and standalone - novellas linked by one matchmaking week. 
You’ll want to devour each one!


Aster Harrington believes in love but love doesn’t seem to believe in her. She’s hoping Goldie and Ginny, the matchmakers who’ve matched on two generations of Harringtons, can work a little love magic for her…

Some call Ethan Talbot rigid, but he prefers to think of himself as prepared.

Unfortunately, when he’s matched with Aster Harrington at Joy Island’s Matchmaking Week, all those carefully prepared plans go out the window. He can get back to finding a suitable wife once he’s home in New York. After all, how much damage can one week in the Bahamas do to his plans?


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ANGI: How often to you get lost in a story?
KRISTINA: Once a day? Ha! Whether I’m reading for fun or writing my next book, I’m forever losing track of time. I sit down and it’s mid-morning and look up and my daughter is coming in the door from school. It’s crazy!

ANGI: What’s your favorite movie of all time?
KRISTINA: The Princess Bride, definitely. My siblings and I have watched it eleventy-seven times. We quote it to each other constantly. There are few situations in which a clever Inigo or Man in Black or Vizzini quote doesn’t fit. This past Thanksgiving we all sat down with our kiddos and watched, quoting and laughing…they enjoyed it, too. So I think it’ll be our family movie mascot for another generation!

ANGI: What’s your perfect day?
KRISTINA: It depends: am I on vacation or a perfect working day? For vacation, I’m somewhere warm with a beach. RadioMan and bebe are nearby and maybe we’re snorkeling or just playing around in the water. We’ll eat barbecued chicken and drink lemonade (or maybe Margarita’s if it’s just RadioMan and me) and spend the day in the sun. A perfect writing day starts with a leisurely breakfast/getting the kiddo off to school. I’m writing by 9:30. Break for lunch and an email/social media check around 11. Start writing again by 12:30 and go until 2:30 or so. Take another break, and maybe do some business stuff. Once bebe is home, we’ll play or read together and then it’s homework time with both of us at the table. I’ll read through what I’ve written while she knocks out some math. Then it’s dinner around 5:30 and maybe one more little stretch of writing between 6:30 and 8. Then a little TV time to decompress and in bed by 10.

ANGI: Salad or soup?
KRISTINA: Soup – it’s a mainstay for me, especially during the winter. Although I do make a couple of soups year-round. Our favorites are Chicken Tortilla, Loaded Baked Potato, and Broccoli Cheese.

ANGI: Favorite TV rerun you watch every time you channel surf? 
KRISTINA: Anything from The Big Bang Theory – I know most of the episodes and I just love them!

ANGI: Favorite date night…fancy or at home? 
KRISTINA: At home. RadioMan will grill. We’ll have some soft music playing and maybe watch a movie after we eat.

ANGI: Champagne or Soda?

ANGI: The most daring thing you’ve ever done… Care to share?
KRISTINA: Moved to Nebraska! My boyfriend had been offered a job as a sports director in a small town and I had a decision to make: stay in Kansas City, in a job I didn’t especially like, or take a chance on a different state and a job I’d always wanted (TV reporting). I decided to follow him, despite the fact that we weren’t engaged or married. I got the job, we got married a year later, and 20 years later we’re still together! He’s still working in radio (though now we live in Ohio), but I did leave TV news a few years back in favor of writing books.

KRISTINA’S GOTTA ANSWER:  I adore shoes! Tennies, heels, flippers, ballet flats, boots. RadioMan will tell you I have too many shoes, but since he has (no joke!) 10 pairs of Skechers, he doesn’t give me too hard of a time when I find yet another pair that I just have to have. These are three of my favorites – my new Asics (for running), a pair of flippers (because I’m dreaming of spring), and these heels because POLKADOTS!!
a Slippery Rock Novella
Slippery Rock #3.5
July 2019

Aiden Buchanan is back in Slippery Rock after a ten year absence, and although he’s convinced he doesn’t belong in his home town any longer, letting go of it is harder than he imagined. Especially with sexy, Julia Colson hanging around, making him forget all the reasons he likes to be on his own. 

Julia Colson just moved to Slippery Rock, and wants nothing more than to become part of the fabric of the little town. She knows Aiden Buchanan isn’t the kind of guy she needs in her life – she wants home, family, community - and he is intent on letting those things go. But she’s going to have to work with him to fulfill her dream of owning her own wedding business. And the closer she gets to Aiden, the harder it is to remember that he’s not the guy for her. . .

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Kathleen Witte is a down-to-earth girl. She has to be, with the family ranch on the verge of success. After seven months of keeping it all together by swearing off men, however, Kathleen needs a bit of fun in the sun. Waking up with a husband she can’t remember isn’t how she planned to blow off steam.
The last thing Jackson Taylor wants in his life is a down-to-earth girl. He has four weeks of freedom in which to find his birth mother. He’s done well avoiding commitment until now, so when he wakes up on a Mexican beach with Kathleen his first reaction is curiosity. When he spies the matching wedding rings on their left hands curiosity turns to concern.
Neither Jackson nor Kathleen want to stay married, but when her family shows up, they have no choice. Once back in Texas, however, can they keep this all-business marriage from turning into an all-consuming love?
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Once upon a time, Kristina Knight spent her days running from car crash to fire to meetings with local police—no, she wasn't a troublemaker, she was a journalist. When the opportunity to focus a bit of energy on the stories in her head, she jumped at it. And she’s never looked back. Now she writes magazine articles by day and romance novels with spice by night. She lives on Lake Erie with her husband, three-year-old daughter, and twenty-year-old fur-kid. Happily ever after.

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Forced to leave Nashville after a scandal, Savannah Walters has come home to Slippery Rock, Missouri, with a bruised ego and her singing career in jeopardy. As if that isn't humiliating enough, on her way into town she's rescued by her swoon-worthy childhood crush, Collin Tyler. 

His hands are full running the family orchard and dealing with his delinquent teen sister, so Collin doesn't need to get involved with someone as fiery and unpredictable as Savannah. But the intense attraction between them can't be denied. And when disaster strikes, they'll both be surprised by who's still standing when the dust settles.

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Storm Wolves of the Caribbean

S01E04: The Hatch

This adventure expansion for Storm Wolves of the Caribbean continues the epic fight for the Bahamas Triangle with new adventure episodes.

After exploring the Berry Islands and the southern part of the Bahamas Triangle, including an encounter with a mysterious Container Ship, the U-94 returns to her permanent base on Great Harbour Cay. Here the characters are informed about a heinous crime and a missing religious idol. During their hunt for the miscreant, they face many more mysteries, including the greatest of them all: an enigmatic Hatch in the middle of the jungle!


• Enough adventure material for up to 2 Acts.
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Foto: Jaílson / Antigo posto fiscal de Além Paraíba - BR-116, perto do Bahamas Mix 
Uma forte chuva que começou a cair  por volta das 20h de domingo, 03 e durou até a madrugada desta segunda-feira (04/03) por volta das 2h, fez com que vários carros que trafegavam pelas BR-116, ficassem parados nas águas que alagaram as pistas, nas proximidades do Bahamas Mix em Além Paraíba.
 O SAMU foi acionado com as perspectivas de vidas no interior dos veículos e que as mesmas tivessem em risco. Nossa reportagem obteve informação que uma carreta foi colocada antes da chegada do antigo posto de fiscalização que dá acesso a cidade de Leopoldina e deixando o trânsito interrompido por algumas horas, comprometendo também a passagem de veículos na BR-393 de acesso á cidade de Volta Grande-MG.
Outros pontos de alagamentos e transtornos foram registrados em algumas ruas de Além Paraíba como nos bairros de São José, bairro da Saúde, Santa Marta 2, Morro São Sebastião e outros. 
Próximo ao Colégio do Cap, na entrada da cidade (foto acima), uma árvore caiu, mas não interrompeu o trânsito por completo. Um comerciante conhecido como "Tião do palete" vendo a demora resolver tomar iniciativa de fazer o corte dos galhos do eucaliptos, desobstruindo a calçada e parte da pista.

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The 43-year-old retired baseball star got down on one knee to pop the question to the 'Jenny from the Block' hit maker over the weekend during a romantic vacation in the Bahamas, and a source has now said he planned the whole surprise himself, including picking out the perfect ring.
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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Disney cruise ships are getting a second island destination.
Disney has purchased property on the island of Eleuthera and the Bahamian government has entered into an agreement with Disney to develop the property.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis announced the purchase last weekend in a statement.
The statement said Disney's development of the 700-acre (280-hectare) property will amount to an investment of between $250 million and $400 million.
The statement also says Disney will donate 190 acres (more than 75 hecatres) of the land including the southernmost tip of the island to the government for a national park. The donated land has a value of $6.29 million.
Disney already has a private island, Castaway Cay, but its cruise line is expanding from four ships to five vessels by 2023.

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The Guardian, developed by the inventor of the Roomba, is designed to stop the voracious species before it can clean out native fish.

On a recent afternoon in February, a group of engineers sat in a boat in the Bahamas with a laptop and a game controller, driving a small robot as far as 200 feet below the surface of the water. The goal: to capture lionfish, an invasive species that is threatening local marine life.

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  • The Prince is shown in several pictures completely naked after a game of strip billiards with at least one girl
  • Hiding his modesty with his hands, the mystery nude young woman hides behind him in pictures on the US website TMZ
  • Another snap shows him bear hugging a naked woman with his bare bottom facing the camera
  • Prince is on a trip to Vegas to recuperate after the Olympics
  • Clarence House confirm to MailOnline that the pictures are genuine
  • Harry is now on his way back to Britain

Prince Harry was today flying back to the UK to face a firestorm over explicit photographs showing him cavorting naked with a mystery woman in a Las Vegas hotel room.
The third in line to the throne has been accused of bringing the Royal Family into global disrepute after the pictures were leaked to a US website.
The grainy shots, taken on a fellow reveller’s mobile phone, show the Queen’s grandson stark naked – apart from a distinctive thong necklace – playing a game of ‘naked billiards’ in his high rollers’ suite at the five-star Wynn Hotel.
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Letting his heir down: Prince Harry relaxes poolside at the MGM Grand's Wet Republic surrounded by bikini-clad girls
Letting his heir down: Prince Harry relaxes poolside at the MGM Grand's Wet Republic surrounded by bikini-clad girls
In one picture the prince can be seen cupping his hands around his groin in a fruitless bid to preserve his modesty as the dark-haired girl hides behind him.
He can then be seen bear hugging a nude girl by the side of the pool table as other partygoers look on.


Olympics London 2012 - Cycling - Chris Hoy wins gold. Pic shows:- Prince Harry cheers Hoy on
2002: The 17-year-old Harry admits to smoking cannabis and under age drinking, prompting his father Prince Charles to send him to visit patients at a drug treatment centre.
2004: The Prince gets in a drunken scuffle with a photographer as he leaves a London nightclub.
2005: Harry was pictured at a fancy dress party smoking and drinking while wearing a Nazi Afrika Korps uniform, complete with red swastika armband.
2006: Having joined the Army, Harry films other cadets and zooms in on the face of an Asian colleague and says: 'Ah, our little P*** friend ... Ahmed.' Later, while taking part in night manoeuvres in Cyprus, he is heard telling a a comrade: 'F*** me, you look like a raghead.'

2010:He was accused of animal cruelty after his horse suffered a bloody injury during a polo match. He was photographed riding a pony that appeared to have been stabbed in the flank by his spurs.

2012: Snapped playing strip billiards with a girl on his post-Olympics holiday in Vegas
The prince’s advisors at St James’s Palace were this morning locked in meetings about how best to handle the scandal as Harry flew back to Britain to resume his military duties following his 10-day break.
However senior royal sources made clear to MailOnline that the prince was in his hotel suite on a private holiday and had expected a 'reasonable degree of privacy.'
Another source close to the prince added: ‘Harry has always been exuberant and it's just the way he lets off steam.'

He could face a meeting with his Army superiors when he returns later today. Their rules state that 'social misbehaviour' is not acceptable, especially if it tarnishes the reputation of Britain's armed forces.
Any protestations are, however, unlikely to cut much ice with members of the public, shocked by the prince’s apparent lack of caution.
It is understood that the revellers present were members of the public the prince had met on his trip to Sin City and invited back to his room to ‘continue the party’.
American website TMZ, who have published the pictures, say the 'raucous party' happened after the prince and his friends made friends with 'a bunch of hot chicks'.

The group then went back to his huge suite, with a pool table, and they decided to play a strip version of the game which quickly ended in full nudity for Harry and at least one other mystery woman.

Harry checked into the suite at the five-star Wynn hotel and casino last week for some ‘full-on partying’, as the prince told one fellow guest.
The room has its own butler, games room including a pool table and private driveway.
The scandal also makes a mockery of his British tax-payer funded, round-the-clock, police protection team.
While the Scotland Yard officers – at least two of which have accompanied Harry on holiday – are not there to act as the prince’s moral compass, questions are bound to be asked at the highest level as to why they did not prevent the partygoers from at least taking photographs of his antics.

Former head of royal protection officer at the Met, Dai Davies, admitted it could be difficult to keep a handle on Harry, who he described as a 'lovely man' but 'a nightmare' to control sometimes.

'We're paying huge amounts of money for this young man to be followed everywhere he goes by security,' he told the Telegraph.

'He's a young man with lots of testosterone but there is a balance and occasionally that balance slips.'
Plush: The incident is believed to have taken place in a suite at the Wynn resort in Las Vegas, pictured
Plush: The incident is believed to have taken place in a suite at the Wynn resort in Las Vegas, pictured
Expensive: A suite at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas is among the most expensive hotel rooms in Vegas
Expensive: A suite at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, pictured, is among the most expensive hotel rooms in Vegas
The latest incident to involve the party-loving prince has come as a huge disappointment to palace advisors who had been buoyed by Harry’s growing maturity.
Earlier this year the prince, who turns 28 next month, undertook his first official foreign tour on behalf of the Queen and charmed statesmen and members of the public alike from The Bahamas to Brazil.
The trip was deemed such a success that there was already talk of another trip next year if his military commitments permitted.
As a result the prince was also given several major roles at the London Olympics – including a position as official Team GB Ambassador and standing in for the Queen at the high-profile closing ceremony.
He has also won plaudits for his support of injured servicemen and women and even took part in a televised fund-raising trek to the North Pole on their behalf.
With his grandfather, Prince Philip, recently hospitalised for the third time in just eight months - putting even more pressure on the younger members of the family to take on royal duties - it will be difficult for St James’s Palace to shrug this off as mere high jinks.

It came as several stories about the Prince's trip to Vegas emerged since he arrived last week, including several other images of him partying with his top off.

Centre of attention: Prince Harry casts a lingering glance in the direction of the stunning blonde as he enjoys himself during a pool party in Las Vegas
Centre of attention: Prince Harry casts a lingering glance in the direction of the stunning blonde as he enjoys himself during a pool party in Las Vegas
Winding down: Prince Harry jetted out to Las Vegas - known as Sin City - for a little 'rest and recreation'
Winding down: Prince Harry jetted out to Las Vegas - known as Sin City - for a little 'rest and recreation'
Harry even challenged swimming ace Ryan Lochte to a race after bumping into him in the VIP section of the Wynn Hotel’s XS nightclub in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Lochte, who was in Las Vegas celebrating his 28th birthday, told the Mail in a statement: ‘It was really fun swimming against Prince Harry. He’s a great guy, and it was a huge honor [sic] to meet him.
‘I was surprised that he challenged me actually. I didn’t know if he had any skills in the pool, but I definitely wasn’t going to take it easy on him!
‘He was a great competitor but in the end it was Team USA all the way to the wall!! Next time I’m in the UK it’d be fun to challenge him to something on his own turf.’
Harry even managed to beat Usain Bolt in a 20-yard dash earlier this year – by distracting him at the start.
And earlier that day, Harry had found himself surrounded by a gaggle of leggy lovelies who had made a bee-line for Las Vegas’s Encore Beach Club as news spread that the playboy prince was in town.

The prince had been filmed enjoying the poolside entertainment at the MGM Grand hotel and throwing a lingering glance towards one of the stunning bikini-clad women by a camera from television station 'Extra'

Party-loving: Prince Harry was spotted at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas enjoying a short break with friends
Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte celebrates his success
High jinks: Earlier this week Harry, left, challenged gold medal-winner Ryan Lochte to a race in the pool of Vegas nightclub XS - and unsurprisingly was beaten by the Olympic champion
In white fedora and red floral shorts, 27-year-old Harry lapped up the attention of his new fan club on the latest leg of what has been dubbed his ‘endless summer’ before returning to the front line as a helicopter pilot.
He also lapped up copious amounts of his favourite Grey Goose vodka as well as some of the many cocktails on offer in Sin City.

Days after the London Olympics, at which he was an official ambassador for Team GB, Harry jetted out to the US for a little ‘rest and recreation’.
This took him to Vegas at the weekend, accompanied by two taxpayer-funded police bodyguards and his best friend, Tom ‘Skippy’ Inskip.
The group were seen playing the dice game craps, to the cheering and whooping of their fellow gamblers.
The following day Harry and Co headed off to a £950-a-day poolside bungalow at another Las Vegas landmark, the MGM Grand.
The hotel hosts raucous alcohol-fuelled parties four times a week under the brand ‘Wet Republic’, which attract up to 1,600 revellers to its two giant saltwater pools.

At 3am, bare-chested but still in his jeans, the prince enthusiastically threw himself into the club’s huge open-air pool.
Shhh, I am a prince: Prince Harry, right, looked like he was trying to blend in shirtless in the pool
Shhh, I am a prince: Prince Harry, right, looked like he was trying to blend in shirtless in the pool
Victory against Bolt
Victory: When faced with a race against Usain Bolt, Prince Harry knew there was only one way he could ever win. Cheat
He was joined by the fully-clothed swimmer as friends attempted to carve a path through the pool, which was full of bikini-clad girls.

Footage shot on a mobile phone shows Lochte, who won five gold medals in London, theatrically counting to three on one hand as he gives Harry a head start before heading off in hot pursuit.
Strangely – not least because he boasts several world records – Lochte only just beat the prince.
The truth, however, was revealed by another partygoer on Twitter, who said a fellow reveller had grabbed hold of Lochte’s legs as he kicked off for the one-length race. The tactic didn’t quite pay off – though some insisted it was Harry who won.
Official business: Prince Harry was Britain's royal representative, along with the Duchess of Cambridge, at London 2012's closing ceremony
Official business: Prince Harry was Britain's royal representative, along with the Duchess of Cambridge, at London 2012's closing ceremony
Outside Harry’s bungalow was a private Jacuzzi from which the prince and his group chatted to a group of girls who had taken the cabana next door and ordered drinks from a menu boasting £65 pitchers of ‘dragonberry’ mojitos.
Just a few bungalows down was singer Jennifer Lopez, 43, and her dancer toyboy Casper Smart, 25, although it is understood they did not meet the prince.

At one point Harry borrowed a red singlet from the ‘bachelorette’ (an America term for hen party) girls next door and jumped on a friend’s shoulders, waving his hands in the air.

‘They had a blow-up whale in their area and were just fooling around, having some drinks and enjoying themselves,’ an onlooker said.
Viva Las Vegas: Prince Harry was joined by several friends at a private bungalow on the grounds of the MGM Grand on the Vegas strip
Viva Las Vegas: Prince Harry was joined by several friends at a private bungalow on the grounds of the MGM Grand on the Vegas strip
The excited ladies couldn’t resist taking to Twitter, posting pictures of them posing with the prince alongside giggly accounts of what a ‘gentleman’ he was.
One member of staff also admitted having ‘creepily’ kept the water bottle from which he had drunk.
The following day the group were in the water again, this time at the 60,000 square foot Encore Beach Club for another ‘adult pool party’, taking a bungalow with its own infinity hot tub.
The entertainment was rounded off with a visit to the resort’s XS nightclub where other VIP guests included US Olympic champion swimmer Ryan Lochte.
Harry has recently re-trained as an elite Apache attack helicopter pilot and completed a period of pre-deployment training with hopes of returning to the front line in Afghanistan in the near future.
A spokesman stressed that he was on a private holiday and was not entitled to any more leave than his fellow pilots.
He attended the Olympics in his own time and was not given any special dispensation by the military.
He is expected back in the UK in the next few days but will not attend the opening of next week’s Paralympic Games owing to his military commitments.

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Disney Cruise Line's second Bahamas destination should begin development soon, as the Bahamian government have confirmed the sale of the Lighthouse Point area.
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La pareja, que lleva junta dos años, se comprometió el fin de semana en la isla Bahamas. Sin embargo, el ex beisbolista José Canseco publicó en Twitter que el futuro marido de la "Diva del Bronx" la engañaba con su ex esposa
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Singer, Jennifer Lopez, 49, has taken to Instagram to share lovely photos from the scene where her man Alex Rodriguez, 43, proposed her. Posting photos of the retired baseball star popping the question to her at the beach, the mother of two simply wrote: ‘3.9.19’ The pair who are currently on a romantic tropical vacation in the Bahamas got engaged on Saturday, March 9, 2019. A-Rod’s marriage to Jennifer would be his second, having been previously married to Cynthia Scurtis from 2002 to 2008. He shares two daughters Ella Alexander, 10, and Natasha Alexander, 14, with his ex-wife. Jennifer has 11-year-old twins Maximilian and Emme with her third husband Marc Anthony, who she was married to from 2004 to 2014. She was first married to Cuban waiter Ojani Noa from 1997 to 1998, and in 2001 tied the knot with her former backup dancer, Criss Judd. See full photos below…

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Blacklisted tax economy

Ecco i 10 paesi ritenuti dall'Europa dei "paradisi fiscali" che non collaborano con le autorità internazionali a caccia di evasori delle tasse. Una lista che vede inseriti nella lista nera anche gli Emirati Arabi, dopo una lunga discussione a Bruxelles nei queli il nostro ministro dell'economia, Giovanni Tria, si era schierato per il no. Ecco i 10 paesi della cosiddetta "black list" stabilita dall'Ecofin, l'organismo che riunisce i ministri finanziari della Ue:

Emirati Arabi, Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominica, Fiji, Isole Marshall, Oman e Vanuatu. A questi vanno poi aggiunti Samoa, Trinidad e Tobago, Isole Vergini Usa, Samoa Usa e Guam, da tempo considerati stabilmente dei paradisi fiscali.

Una lista nata però non senza polemiche. Ci sarebbero state infatti grosse pressioni, risultate poi vincitrici, per evitare l'ingresso nella lista ad alcune nazioni da tempo nell'occhio del ciclone per il loro essere centro del mercato dell'offshore, come Panama, Bahamas, Svizzera, Isole Vergini britanniche, Isole Cayman, Guernsey, Isola di Man, Jersey o Hong Kong. Paesi dove sono fortissimi gli interessi di governanti e grandi industriali finiti spesso al centro di scandali finanziari internazionali.

Ma polemiche sono emerse anche per il mancato inserimento di paesi proprio dell'Unione Europea come Lussemburgo, Irlanda, Olanda, Cipro e Malta considerati da alcuni (e da tempo) veri e propri paradisi fiscali


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Una proposta di matrimonio più social di così non c’è. O forse sì ma meglio non pensare all’upgrade. Jennifer Lopez (49 anni) e Alex Rodriguez (43 anni) hanno condiviso sui rispettivi profili […]
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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are getting married, and the adorable couple celebrated their exciting news by hanging out at a beach in the Bahamas. Jennifer showed off her toned physique in a baby blue bikini while helping her shirtless fiancé with his sunscreen application. Her sexy Kai Lana bikini featured a triangle top with delicate ruffles and a pair of matching bottoms that were supercheeky. Of course, she accessorized with her massive emerald-cut diamond ring, because how could you not? Read on to see J Lo's bikini, and shop her exact swimsuit in various colors ahead.

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In case you haven't heard, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are officially engaged! The happy couple announced the news on March 9 during their Bahamas getaway, and on Tuesday, Jennifer posted even more photos of the magical moment in action on Instagram. Alex really pulled out all the stops, proposing on the beach at sunset with a massive diamond ring (so romantic!).

Jennifer and Alex have been dating since 2017 and have wowed us with their adorable photos in the past - especially when it comes to their beautiful blended family, including daughters Natasha and Ella on Alex's side and twins Max and Emme on Jennifer's side. The engagement comes almost exactly two years after the couple's dating anniversary, and we can only hope they will keep the sweet posts coming now that they're engaged. Now try not to get too choked up as you look through these supersweet engagement photos.

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Jennifer Lopez 'Didn't Know' Alex Rodriguez Would Ask Her to Marry Him on Vacation … Surprise!  Jennifer Lopez “didn't know” Alex Rodriguez was planning on proposing to her on vacation at idyllic Baker's Bay in the Bahamas on March 9, a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.

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I wanted to purchase MyIslandWiFi device ahead of time and just activate it when we are ready to head over to Bahamas. Well it doesn't work that way. It is activated when they ship it. Therefore, you have to wait until your ready to leave before you order it. Since it is coming from Miami they said it would only take a day or two to reach the Keys. Don't like waiting til last minute, but really no other choice.
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The EU was bold to establish a tax haven blacklist but seems now to have lost its nerve, says Oxfam.

European finance ministers look set to give nine of the world’s worst tax havens a clean bill of health when they publish their first annual review of the EU tax haven blacklist at a meeting in Brussels this week, says Oxfam.

New analysis by Oxfam reveals that the Bahamas, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Hong Kong, the Isle of Man, Jersey and Panama are likely to be de-listed entirely by the EU. Some of them were at the centre of recent tax scandals highlighted by the Paradise Papers and Panama Papers.

Oxfam’s report, Off the Hook, also highlights that Cyprus, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta and the Netherlands would appear on the blacklist if EU member states were not given an automatic exemption.

Multinational companies shifted USD 600 billion (EUR 526 billion) in profits to tax havens in 2015 with a third of this going into tax havens in the EU. This deprives rich and poor countries alike of the money they need to invest in poverty- and inequality-busting public services such as healthcare and education. Women and girls are hit hardest, as these services are critical for them.

Oxfam tax advisor and author of the report, Johan Langerock said: “The EU was bold to establish a tax haven blacklist to help stop tax dodging. But since then, it seems to have lost its nerve. European governments appear set to whitewash some of the world’s worst tax havens. Recent discussions around the money laundering blacklist show how power politics and economic pressure can derail a strong, principled approach. The EU must beef up its blacklist or this whole process could be a farce.”

The EU published its tax haven blacklist in December 2017. It currently blacklists five small island states, while another 63 countries that have promised to reform their tax practices ahead of the review are on a ‘grey list’.

Oxfam analysed whether the promises and reforms made by ‘grey-listed’ countries meet the EU’s criteria for either being removed or blacklisted. This analysis suggests that the EU will add 18 countries onto the blacklist for failing to reform sufficiently.

However, the EU’s weak assessment criteria ignore many harmful tax practices, such as low or zero corporate tax rates, which means that actual nine tax havens will be dropped from the ‘grey list’. Political interference in the screening process also means that tax havens such as Switzerland and the United States are unlikely to feature on the blacklist – even though both should.

Oxfam also found that reforms introduced by some countries’ to escape the blacklist are ineffective or cause more harm. For example, the EU only considers tax incentives to be harmful if they give foreign companies or profits an unfair advantage over national companies or profits.  As a result, Hong Kong has escaped the blacklist by extending its harmful tax incentives to profits made in Hong Kong as well as overseas.

Corporate tax dodging costs France, Spain, Italy and Germany an estimated €35 billion in 2015 alone. If this money was invested in public healthcare it could cut the amount citizens pay for medical care by up to 28 per cent.

Oxfam is calling on EU governments to strengthen the blacklist criteria, ensure the screening process is free from political interference, and monitor tax reforms being implemented by ‘grey list’ countries to ensure they are effective.  European governments must also hold themselves to the same standards by which they are judging others.

“Harmful tax competition is increasing in Europe, but governments refuse to act effectively against tax havens within the EU’s borders. Years of austerity in Europe have widened the gap between rich and poor, contributing to increasingly polarised societies and plunging the EU and its member states into crisis. It is time for EU governments to put their own house in order”, added Langerock.

* Read Off The Hook here

* Oxfam International


          Alex Rodriguez Prepared Proposal 'On His Own'      Cache   Translate Page      
The 43-year-old retired baseball star got down on one knee to pop the question to the 'Jenny from the Block' hit maker over the weekend during a romantic vacation in the Bahamas, and a source has now said he planned the whole surprise himself, including picking out the perfect ring.
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MIAMI - A federal jury in Florida on March 1 found that a cruise ship's medical staff negligently treated a passenger for a heart problem onboard instead of transferring him to a hospital and awarded the passenger $2,084,000 for the resulting severe heart damage (Andre Ow Buland v. NCL [Bahamas] Ltd., No. 17-24167, S.D. Fla.).
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MIAMI - A Florida federal judge granted a cruise ship operator's motion for summary judgment on Feb. 26, holding that a family could not prove that their toddler contracted salmonella while playing in the ship's kiddie pool (William Tonelli, et al. v. NCL [Bahamas] Ltd., No. 17-23313, S.D. Fla., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 30220).
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The technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to deliver a power plant to the Commonwealth of Bahamas. The 132 MW engine power plant has been ordered by the local utility, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), on a full engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) basis. The plant will be delivered as a fast-track project as it is due to go into commercial operations in the end of summer 2019. This will greatly assist BPL in improving grid reliability on the island. The order has been rec...

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Jennifer Lopez posted several images of the moment when she and Alex Rodriguez got engaged in the Bahamas this weekend.
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East Coast Radio — The grieving loved ones of Buhle Bhengu, the Umlazi woman who died in the Bahamas, say they will travel to the country to pay their final respects to her, as they have exhausted all options of trying to bring her remains home. More local and international news with Newswatch at 6am.
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East Coast Radio — The Bhengu family's spokesperson, Muzi Hlengwe says they have hit a wall in the fight to get Buhle's body back home. He says they are currently trying to get the family visas so that they can leave for the Bahamas.
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East Coast Radio — More family members of an Umlazi woman who died in the Bahamas are preparing to travel to the North American island to say their last goodbyes before she is cremated. The Bahamian government yesterday made another about turn and said it would no longer release Buhle Bhengu's remains for repatriation - citing health concerns. Bhengu died last month. She's been working on an MSC cruise ship at the time of her death.
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East Coast Radio — The family of an Umlazi woman who died in the Bahamas says the Bahamian government has now backtracked - and says it will no longer be releasing Buhle Bhengu's body.
           Elder Soares Visit Highlights God's Promised Blessings Being Claimed in the Caribbean       Cache   Translate Page      

“I see a great future for the Church in the Caribbean Area. They are good people who are dedicated to their families and their desire to serve the Lord.”Missionaries first arrived on Curaçao in 1978 and the island’s first branch was created in October of 1979. Growth followed the 1982 decision to conduct Church meetings in Papiamento. The Curaçao meetinghouse was dedicated in August 1988. Families gather for a February 17 member meeting in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.“When we read in the scriptures about the ‘isles of the sea’ we tend to think of, maybe, the Pacific or other parts of the world,” said Elder Teixeira. “But the Caribbean Area is also truly the ‘isles of the sea.’ With the exception of the three countries on the northern tip of South America (Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana), everything else is an island.”During the meeting, a pair of Curaçao “pioneers”—Ingeborg Zielinski Reni and Yvonne Antersijn—shared experiences from their decades of resolute Church service and dedication in a “corner of the vineyard” still young and largely undeveloped.Dedicating the country and worshipping with the Curaçao members “was a beautiful experience,” said Elder Soares.Prior to the 1978 revelation that gave all people full access to the blessings of the priesthood and the temple, the Church was all but non-existent in the Caribbean—a region with a large population of people of African descent.“You can see the influence of these two great sisters on the island,” said Elder Soares.The February 16 leadership meetings in Santiago, Dominican Republic, offered further glimpses into the hearts, minds, and capacity of the Caribbean Area members. They are “happy people” focused on the gospel and the guidance offered by President Russell M. Nelson and their other leaders.That mixture reflects the rich wonders defining the tens of thousands of Latter-day Saints living across the vast Caribbean Area, Elder Ulisses Soares told the Church News following his recent visit to the region.Elder Soares noted the relative “newness” of the Church in the Dominican Republic and other Caribbean nations.A traveler can drop in on a Relief Society or Sunday School lesson in, say, the Dominican Republic, and hear the gospel taught in Spanish. Drive across the border into Haiti and expect to hear that same message in Haitian Creole or French.Dedicating Curaçao Elder Ulisses Soares bids farewell to Latter-day Saints who gathered for a February 21 member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.On February 20, Elder Soares dedicated the island nation of Curaçao for the preaching of the gospel. Members, missionaries, local journalists, and many others from the community gathered in the branch meetinghouse in the capital of Willemstad to listen to the visiting Apostle’s dedicatory prayer and counsel.The region’s linguistic diversity signals its rich history and culture. Many Caribbeans will greet you with a Buenos dias—while others will offer a Bonjou, a Good morning, or even a Goedemorgen.Enjoying Christ’s gospel“The Church has a great future in Curaçao,” he added. “The people are faithful and willing to receive the gospel. ... I could see in their eyes the hope that the gospel brings to them.”“There is a diversity in that area that is very attractive and beautiful to see,” he said. “There is a mixture of cultures—you have influences from all over the world.”

A young man attends February 21, 2019, member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

The area’s only temple—the Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Temple—was dedicated almost 20 years ago. But that’s about to change.“They asked about how they could become closer to Christ and how they could show Christlike love to one another. They wanted to know how they can utilize the power of the Holy Ghost. They asked questions about issues related to their families and their youth,” reported Elder Teixeira.History was also made in the Caribbean during an Apostle’s visit. Elder Ulisses Soares offers counsel during February 16, 2019, meeting with elders and sisters from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission.Planning a Latter-day Saint-themed tour across the Caribbean? You’d be wise to download a versatile translation app.For many Latter-day Saint Caribbeans, traveling to the Santo Domingo temple “is not easy,” said Elder Soares. Members from Trinidad and Tobago, for example, often have to fly to Miami, Florida, and then boomerang back to the Dominican Republic and visit the temple. Such travels exact both time and money.That island culture, he added, is embodied by kindness, families, and hard work. It’s an ideal, promised land for the gospel to flourish and grow.“The Caribbean members are focused on strengthening their family in the gospel,” he said. “There is great joy—the people are enjoying the gospel of Jesus Christ in their lives. Elder José A. Teixeira and Elder Ulisses Soares greet missionaries from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission to a February 16 missionary meeting.They were joined at many events by the Caribbean Area Presidency—Elder Walter F. González, Elder José L. Alonso, and Elder Eduardo Gavarret.The Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple is expected to be dedicated this year. Meanwhile, hurricane-battered Latter-day Saints in Puerto Rico are still celebrating last fall’s announcement to build a temple in the capital city of San Juan.A former Miss Curaçao, Zielinski Reni joined the Church in Holland in 1970. When she returned to her native land she hosted an hourly radio program, frequently drawing upon family home evening lessons and other gospel messages. She became the face of the Church for many on the island.But most important, the diverse Caribbean members remain anchored to their shared devotion to the Lord’s Church. “We learned of their faith and their desire to learn the gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Elder Soares.

Sister missionaries enjoy a February 16, 2019, devotional in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

Elder Soares’ 11-day tour (February 14–24) marked his first visit to the Caribbean Area. The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles member was accompanied by Elder José A. Teixeira of the Presidency of the Seventy, along with their wives, Sister Rosana Soares and Sister Filomena Teixeira. Elder Soares and other visiting Brethren and their wives with the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission on February 16, 2019.English, meanwhile, is spoken in Jamaica, Barbados, The Bahamas, and several other island nations. And in the baseball-mad lands of Aruba and Curaçao, you will hear chatter in both Dutch and Papiamento.Reviewing plans for the future temples were key highlights for the visiting Brethren during their annual area review of the Caribbean Area (February 18-19). Elder Soares and Elder Teixeira also participated in ministering-focused leadership meetings for local priesthood and auxiliary leaders. They presided over member meetings and met with missionaries serving in various nations—including a tender gathering of missionaries in the Dominican Republic mourning the recent death of Elder Brennan Conrad.“It was beautiful to see how many of the members have received the ordinances of the temple, and I praised them for their sacrifices,” he said.Dynamic moments for Caribbean SaintsElder Soares’ and Elder Teixeira’s recent travels came at a dynamic moment in the Caribbean Area.

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