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    • Positive and Negative of social media focus of joint seminar
      Cellphones, iPads and laptops are devices that provide a direct link to various websites, which, if not responsibly utilized can prove dangerous, especially in the hands of children and teens. St. Paul’s Methodist College (St. PMC) partnered with the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) to host a Social Media Seminar on Tuesday, February 20 exploring the topic, “Positive and Negative Continue Reading...
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    • Foulkes shares objective of ‘Labour on the Blocks’
      While there are a few industrial careers that many Bahamians are not qualified for as yet, there are quite a number of Bahamians that are quite capable and qualified to work in other areas of the industrial sector as well as in other industries on island, Senator Dion Foulkes told this daily at the ‘Labour of the Blocks’ event over Continue Reading...
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    • Haitian nationals charged with overstaying plead guilty
      Immigration Department took three Haitian nationals to court Monday (February 19) afternoon charging them with Illegal Landing and Overstaying. Napthali Cooper, Bahamas Immigration Department Grade One Officer told this daily that two females and one male were taken into custody on Sunday (February 18) evening, after officers received information relative to illegal immigrants staying at an apartment on Hearne Lane. Continue Reading...
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    • Hurricane victims to get assistance
      Philanthropist Joe Kohler along with the Rotary Club of Freeport and, pastor Mervin and Loleta Henfield of Heavenly View Ministries and Let’s Jam Youth, Eight Mile Rock plan to assist various persons in the Grand Bahama community that are still coping with damages from Hurricane Matthew. Kohler partnered with the Rotary Club of Freeport to make a special donation to Continue Reading...
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    • 13 to be honored at first RICHA Post-Valentine Banquet
      Humility, tolerance and giving honor to others is the basis for all religions and the Ragged Island Cultural and Heritage Association Grand Bahama Chapter is elated to host the first Post-Valentine Banquet on Saturday, February 24 beginning 6:00 p.m. at the Foster B. Pestaina Center. Elkenny Lockhart, RICHA President and Omese Lockhart-Lightbourne, RICHA Souvenir Banquet Booklet Coordinator both are elated Continue Reading...
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    • Minister Dion Foulkes counters criticisms of ‘job fair’ programs
      • Following a well-attended job fair this past Saturday in Freeport, the Minister of Labour, Hon. Dion Foulkes found it necessary to fend off critical remarks. Below is his statement in its entirety. “Sadly, but not surprising, the Progressive Liberal Party finds the nerve to criticize the ‘Labour On The Blocks’ initiative held on Grand Bahama this past Saturday at Continue Reading...
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