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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 ...

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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 ...

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Haitian activist, Malario-Ricaldeo Abraham Sarette wants to tell the Haitians in The Bahamas that in order to become a part of this society they need to embrace Bahamian culture and acce ...

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Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) Scared Straight Prison Program is currently entering its Fifth session, with 30 teenage boys expected to travel on Wednesday, July 15 to Nassau, New P ...

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 ...

Editorial

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Respect should be afforded all

It is understandable that there will be all sorts of emotional behavior and utterings during this election season. It is no secret why the campaign period leading up to general elections is called the ...

Politicians blur conflict lines

The way politicians operate today the conflict lines are blurred.

 

Simeon Bowe and Ervin Knowles inadvertently got caught up in conflict controversies when in charge of government ministries dur ...

Down to wire battle in GB

It’s down to the wire for the two prominent political parties in Grand Bahama. Indeed, in Grand Bahama there are only two distinguishable battle lines. The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) is ...

FNMs in GB seek to regain edge

Tonight two major political rallies are scheduled. Indeed, the two major political forces in the country will have their representatives and supporters rallying as the Free National Movement machinery ...

Education

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Students laud benefits of Study Abroad Program

Mount Royal University Calgary, Albertha, Canada Third Year Bachelor of Midwifery Degree students Heather Carl, Paige Layden, Cheralynn Higgin and Taryn Campbell lauded the benefits of traveling to Gr ...

UB dorms expected to house 88 students

Minister for Grand Bahama Dr. Michael Darville said that for the first time ever, there would be persons outside of Grand Bahama coming to the island to complete courses at the University of The Baham ...

Local

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Second GB Homecoming dates announced

The Second Annual Grand Bahama Homecoming is set for Labour Day Weekend June 2  – 5 and in a press conference recently the committee shared details of the three-day event which is expected ...

Turnquest urge Bahamians not to lose focus

Speaking exclusively with this daily at the Annual Coconut Festival celebration held in Pelican Point on East Monday, Deputy Leader of the Free National Movement (FNM) K. Peter Turnquest, Member of Pa ...

National

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NHI enrollment launched country wide

On Monday, April 24 the government launched the first phase of its National Health Insurance Scheme with the enrollment segment.

 

The enrollment phase which was launched country-wide gave citize ...

Sports

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