Recent Posts by FN Reporter Abria Cooper

Residents encouraged to support Remembrance Day Parade, Service

The first Remembrance Day Parade was held on Sunday, November 12, 1999 and as the tradition to continues in Grand Bahama, Cecil Thompson, Remembrance Day Parade Committee Member, again, encourages residents to come out and support the event this Sunday, November 12. He noted that the parade will commence in the parking lot of Christ…
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GOVT. MISSION: ‘To establish Grand Bahama as a world renowned-technology hub’

MOVING TOWARD THE FUTURE – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said that he was pleased with the number of students attending the GB Tech Summit, as they are the nation’s future.

Freeport is en route to becoming the first smart city in The Bahamas, prime minister Dr. Hubert Minnis told the audience attending day one of the Grand Bahama Technology Summit, yesterday. Dr. Minnis served as the keynote speaker – Thursday, November 9 – for official opening of the two-day inaugural summit, which is being held…
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Local immigration officers take custody of 10 Cuban nationals

Ten Cuban male nationals were delivered to Bahamas Immigration on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Napthali Cooper Bahamas Immigration Department Grade One Officer, told this daily. At 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, USCG Cochito called into the Lucayan Habour and handed over to Bahamas Immigration officers a total of 10 Cuban male migrants, who were intercepted at…
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Attorney accuses Alcime of ‘making up a story’

Crown Witness Allan Alcime was accused of lying to the judge and jury, while being cross examined on Wednesday (November 8) in Supreme Court at the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre during the ongoing murder trial of Barry and Sheena Johnson. When the trial resumed Wednesday (November 7) morning, defense attorney Geoffrey Farquharson, who represents Paul…
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