Recent Posts by FN Reporter Juelanda Thompson

Marco City PLP celebrate Stalwart Councillors

CELEBRATING – Leaders of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Marco City Branch, held a celebratory dinner for 60 stalwart councillors under the theme, ‘A Night of Love.’ Branch Chairman, Keitron Meadows and his team hosted the dinner at the headquarters on Friday, March 15 with free admission. Former Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama and Bimini, Obie Wilchcombe was also in attendance. (Photo courtesy of PLP Marco City Branch)

Leaders of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Marco City Branch, held a celebratory dinner for 60 stalwart councillors under the theme, ‘A Night of Love.’ Branch Chairman, Keitron Meadows and his team hosted the dinner at the headquarters on Friday, March 15 with free admission. The stalwarts were served a four-course meal, noted Meadows, just…
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Leaders lack successive  planning goals

LORETTA BUTLER-TURNER, Former Deputy Leader, FNM

“I think if we look back over the decades of leadership in The Bahamas, you will see those things that did not happen in strong leadership,” said former Deputy Leader of the Free National Movement (FNM), Loretta Butler-Turner. As this daily’s exclusive interview series with the once second most powerful force in the FNM continues,…
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Pageant beauties ‘Rock their Socks’

SUPPORTING THE MOVEMENT – Crown Her and Crown Him Pageant King and Queens are pictured on Taino Beach wearing their mix matched colourful socks, bringing awareness and in observation of Down Syndrome Day. (Photo courtesy of Crown Her and Crown Him Productions)

Crown Her and Crown Him Productions under the leadership of Dominic Russell, held a photoshoot paying tribute to The Beacon School and individuals affected by Down Syndrome. The photoshoot was held on March 17, on Taino Beach where Russell and the beauty queens dressed in all white, wore mix coloured socks to bring awareness of…
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Beauty and The Beast Jr. Broadway musical by L.I.S.

 IMPRESSIVE SHOWING – Student actors and actresses of LIS put on an impressive showing of Beauty and The Beast Jr. over the weekend. (Photos courtesy of LIS)

Students of Lucaya International School (LIS) took to the stage on Saturday, March 16, to present their Beauty and The Beast Jr. Broadway Musical at the Regency Theatre. With an outstanding time of 100 hours and 46 days of rehearsal, the cast of 28 talented boys and girls pulled off a classic production. School faculty,…
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