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Hundreds flock to job fair

Hundreds of Grand Bahamians flocked to the Grand Lucayan Convention Center Monday, February 23 with the hope of being one of 50 persons needed to fill vacancies on the new Grand Celebration.

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Mass 'sick-out' cripples BTC

Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) employees conducted a massive ‘sick-out’ exercise that forced business operations to come to an abrupt halt on Thursday, February 19.

Customers rep ...

Education

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Brittany Malcolm shines at UTMUN

In sub-zero weather, in fact, minus eight degrees Fahrenheit, the Lucaya International School (LIS) Model United Nations Debate Team attended the 2015 University of Toronto Model United Nations (UTMUN ...

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RBDF keeping GB safe and clean

Not only do the men and women of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force serve the country, they also serve the community. 

During a two month tour of duty to the island, members of the Royal Bahamas Def ...

National

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1,000 Grand Celebration passengers disappointed

The MS Grand Celebration's maiden voyage to Grand Bahama from the Port of Palm Beach, Florida on Sunday, February 1 was postponed to Tuesday, February 3 (today) according to a Sun Sentinel online news ...

Authorities capture Dominican poachers

Five foreign nationals apprehended in waters off Great Isaacs, Bimini will be hauled before the Freeport Magistrate Court today facing charges of illegal diving and poaching said Department of Fisheri ...

GBTU hopeful for quick resolve to ongoing dispute

Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin met with the Grand Bahama Taxi Union (GBTU) on Friday, October 31 in an effort to quell rising tension between taxicab drivers and tour bus opera ...

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Official plane crash report not expected soon

The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) and Bahamas Civil Aviation Department authorities are continuing investigations into the deadly plane crash that claimed the lives of nine persons on Sunday past, ...

Taxi drivers preparing for 'history making action

The Grand Bahama Taxi Union president and its membership are calling on Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin to intervene in a case of unrest among taxi drivers, during a press confe ...

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