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$4.5m drug bust

Five black duffle bags containing 161 kilos of suspected cocaine, with an estimated street value of $4.5 million was confiscated yesterday during a joint effort by representatives from the RBPF Grand ...

Missing Policeman found

The Freeport News has learn-ed that Royal Bahamas Police Force (Grand Bahama) officers are once again struggling through the emotional turmoil of having to locate another trusted colleague whose where ...

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GBA students proud recipients of BJC Awards

On Monday, January 25, 2016 Ryan Stewart and Davia Saunders, tenth grade students of Grand Bahama Academy of Seventh-day Adventists, were proud recipients of national examination awards presented by t ...

Top national honors for Jack Hayward High

Jack Hayward Senior High School (JHSHS) was presented with top honors for Grand Bahama at the 2015 National Awards presentation ceremony in Career and Technical Education at the Church of God Conventi ...

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Camp Good Days, more than just a fun time

Camp Good Days and Special Times, which was founded by Gary Mervis back in 1979, after learning that his daughter Elizabeth ‘Teddi’ Mervis was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor at age ...

Junkanoo Village to host Native Show

The Junkanoo Museum of The Bahamas, located on Yellow Pine Street, as the name signifies, offers both locals and tourists alike an intricate yet overwhelming experience into one of our most notable fo ...

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Bahamians unite to observe Majority Rule

From the young to the young at heart, Bahamians, regardless of race, color or creed, assembled at the Pro-Cathedral of Christ the King parking lot to participate in the Third Annual Majority Rule Day ...

Government committed to advancing trade efforts

The Government of The Bahamas is committed to continuing the efforts initiated through to Hubei, China to The Bahamas Trade Mission with the local business sector, said State Minister for Finance, Mic ...

LTWS donates to Hurricane Joaquin victims

Let The Women Sing (LTWS) founder Min. Kelda ‘Timeless’ Sweeting on Thursday, December 3 presented Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise president Dwayne King with a check to aid Hurricane J ...

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