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Falcons sweep GBSSAA Track and Field Championships

Holland Martin delivers the third exchange to Desmond Butler

Monday evening was the climax of the Grand Bahama Secondary School Athletic Association Norris Bain/Marvin Rolle High School Track and Field Championships.    The meet culminated with the 4x100 meters and 4x400m relays at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex.   The Tabernacle Falcons were on pace to sweep the entire meet in all age divisions…
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Ministry of Tourism launches new initiative

The Ministry of Tourism Sustainable Tourism Unit is partnering with major suppliers on Grand Bahama, for the launch of its year-long biodegradable campaign, “Reduce Styro and use BIO.”   The Ministry held a press conference on Friday (February 17) to discuss this new initiative.   Jeffrey Pinder, Senior Executive of the Sustainable Tourism Unit said…
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Two smuggling attempts foiled

Local immigration officers detained two undocumented Haitian nationals

Local immigration officers believed they foiled two smuggling attempts by migrants to reach the United States on Friday.   According to Grade One Officer Napthali Cooper not one, but two separate apprehensions were made on the island over the weekend.   The first occurred in the Caravel Beach area. Cooper disclosed.     “Acting on…
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Smith’s Point residents gratefully receive hurricane repair supplies

The Rotary Clubs of Freeport

The Rotary Club of Freeport (RCF) along with President Darren Cooper and NEMA Center Manager Tammi Mitchell delivered much-needed building supplies to Smith’s Point residents on Monday, February 20.   Four months ago, Hurricane Matthew unleashed its fury across Grand Bahama with 10,000 homes sustaining severe infrastructural damages.    While NEMA has led the charge…
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