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A lasting impression

For the past seven years founder of Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO), Dudley Seide, traveled to the capital with a group of young men to visit The Bahamas Department of Correctional Services (BDCS) ...


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RBC’s treatment of senior citizens

Complaints are made to us on a regular basis regarding what is called “poor banking services” in Grand Bahama. The bulk of criticisms have been directed at the Royal Bank of Canada, downto ...

Gross misstep by FNM deputy

The view here is that Free National Movement Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest exercised poor judgment when he issued a statement that was critical of the Government of The Bahamas regarding the proposed ...

PLP dilemma in Marco City

The Governing Progressive Liberal Party, we understand, has its Candidates Committee on notice to conclude the list that will be recommended to carry the organization’s colors in the upcoming 20 ...

Grant moving on with class

Neko Grant is a dignified individual. As is understandable, some of his views are not supported by all and sundry. That’s the nature of this world we live in. We agree to disagree in our democra ...


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High school seniors benefit from BPO training

Local High School seniors to be the first in the country to be certified in the Business Process Outsource (BPO) Industry, as the program has been welcomed into the school curriculum for the 2016/2017 ...

Educational benefits in abundance at Trade Show

Representatives from various organizations urged parents and their children to sign up for after school programs in preparation for the upcoming school year, during the Second Annual Solomon’s B ...

VBS participants learn about conflict resolution

St. Stephen’s Parish Vacation Bible School (VBS) welcomed members of the Urban Renewal 2.0 Grand Bahama Division on Monday to discuss the importance of conflict resolution. 


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National Focus

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The Falcons Boysâ Club 10th Annual Conference brought together hundreds of fathers and their sons Friday at Tabernacle Baptist Church and Academy under the theme, â Fathers, We Must Do It Now ...


Bahamas Customs and Excise Departmentâ s Long Service and Merit Awards Ceremony was held for the first time outside New Providence at Le Chateau on the Green, Freeport Tuesday evening t ...

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 ...


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Junkanoo Jam dates and teams announced

It’s almost that time again where women’s college basketball takes center stage on the sunny shores of Grand Bahama. 


The 2016 Junkanoo Jam will once again take place at the St ...

The Sports Insider returns

We need a 3,000-5,000-seat arena at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex now. 


As we celebrate Buddy Hield and Jonquel Jones, NBA and WNBA superstars who came ...

GBAAA president applauds Grand Bahamian athletes

The 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janiero, Brazil was painted with a plethora of historic storylines. 


Countries reveled in the accomplishments of their athletes, while also encouraging others w ...

Lakeisha busy preparing for Nationals

The 2016 Northern Bahamas Overall Figure Competition winner, Lakeisha Miller, is spending four hours a day preparing for the Nationals the end of this month and the Central American and Caribbean Game ...

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