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    • Service of ‘Praise and Thanksgiving’ set for Thursday
      Grand Bahama Christian Council (GBCC) president, Rev. Peter Pinder invites the community at large to attend a National Prayer, Praise and Thanksgiving Service at the Church of God of Prophecy, Coral Road beginning 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 21, 2017. Coordinated to give God praise for His merciful goodness prior to, during and in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Rev. Continue Reading...
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    • A serious ‘look’ at education
      Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jeffery Lloyd discussed plans to improve the tertiary education scholarship process throughout The Bahamas. Atop the list of improvements to be made involves streamlining the education model of the country, revealed Minister Lloyd, who looks forward to providing greater access and opportunity for persons pursuing higher levels of tertiary education to receive financial assistance. Continue Reading...
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    • Freeport Bible Church set to host 7th Annual Business Symposium
      The Business Owners Network (BON) of the Freeport Bible Church (FBC) is pleased to announce that its Seventh Annual Business Symposium will be held this coming Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in the church’s Fellowship Hall. Always a well attended event, the business symposium is geared toward attracting budding entrepreneurs, business owners and others interested in developing leadership skills, gaining first Continue Reading...
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    • Juvenile, two females among suspects charged with shop-breaking and stealing
      A male male juvenile and two adult females were among a number of suspects hauled before the court yesterday, where they had a laundry list of Shop-breaking and Stealing charges levied against them. Law enforcement officers escorted the suspects into the Freeport Magistrate Court, Monday (September 18) morning to appear before Rengin Johnson and learn their fate. Justin Zonicle, 25, Continue Reading...
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    • Falcons Boys’ Club assists students with uniforms for school
      The Falcons Boys’ Club along with Pat’s Uniform and Control Chemicals, made presentations of uniforms to several students on the island on Friday, September 15 at Pat’s downtown store location. One of the donations went to the Green family and the other went to a chosen student of the East End Primary School. Darrin Rolle, Director of the Falcons Boys’ Continue Reading...
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    • Message sent to PLP about Davis as well
      Philip Davis, the interim leader of the Progressive Liberal Party claims the resounding message sent out during the May 10 general elections, by a disgruntled Bahamian electorate, to the former government of which he was No. 2 in the hierarchy, has been received. We wonder about that. In Grand Bahama last weekend, Davis had two missions. Firstly, he was a Continue Reading...
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