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Historic session

The Sir Charles Hayward Library in partnership with the Ministry for Grand Bahama and Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture hosted the first ever Constitutional Commission Committee Senior High School ...

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The Bahamas Bar Association along with The International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Grand Bahama Chapter staged a lecture entitled â Shackled Freedom : Immigrant Communities in ...

The Humane Society of Grand Bahama (HSGB) one of the oldest nonprofit organizations in the community is in danger of closing its facilities, Elizabeth â Tipâ Burrows, HSGB executive director ...

The Ministry of Public Service honored 18 retired public servants during its 15th Annual Public Service and Recognition of Retirees Banquet held at the Grand Lucayan Resort Pavilion yesterday.

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Religious leaders and law enforcement officers got a clear understanding of the Constitutional Amendment Bills on Friday during several seminars hosted by the Constitutional Review Commi ...

URCA (Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority) Corporate and Consumer Relations Manager, Mavis Johnson-Collie was in Grand Bahama Friday to introduce and present several business entities ...

Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson, Minister of Legal Affairs, on Thursday, extended an apology to jurors who have served in the Freeport Supreme Court since 2013 and are still awaiting pay ...

State of confusion

The matter concerning Parliamentary Secretary Renward Wells’ signing of a letter of intent (LOI) with a waste-to-energy company on July 4 has escalated into a ball of confusion fueled by conflic ...

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Police are conducting a manhunt to find 37-year-old murder suspect Kareem Abdul Moss of Nassau, New Providence.

A resident of # 57 Blue Hill and Cowpen Road and Spinney Road, Grand Bahama, Mos ...

A blind eye

Although Prime Minister Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis have seemingly turned a blind eye to Leslie Miller’s family-owned business paying $100,000 in cash on an outst ...

Education

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Blue Jays setting the standard

“Language sets you in a corridor for life. … Languages open every door along the way.” ~ Frank Smith 

 

According to the Caribbean Tourism Organization, The Bahamas is the ...

Camp Español is set to begin June 29

" Camp Espanol   for children ages three to 16 will commence next week at St. George's High School and run from June 29 until July 31.

The language camp is in its seventh year and has been very w ...

Local

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New board installed for Rotaract Club of Freeport

The 2015-2016 Rotaract Board Members were installed last Wednesday at Geneva’s Restaurant. Family, friends and many Rotarians were in attendance to offer their support of the young, dynamic futu ...

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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 ...

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