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Bahamas Customs Department demonstrates humanitarian heart

Bahamas Customs Department in celebration of International Customs Day (Thursday, January 26) demonstrated its humanitarian heart by spearheading the Bartlett Hill Primary School (B.H.P.S) Campus Relocation Project on Monday, January 24, 2017.   Barry B. Morris, Customs Gr.1 Revenue Officer expressed elation on behalf of the department to give back to the community through relocation…
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Housebreaking duo admit guilt

Curtis Evans (right) and Joshua Storr (centre) were hauled before the court on Monday

Two men were arraigned on Monday, January 23 and Tuesday, January 24 in the Freeport Magistrate’s Court on several Housebreaking and Stealing charges.    Josha Storr and Curtis Evans appeared before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson in Magistrate Court #1.   On Monday, January 23 Storr pleaded guilty to two counts of housebreaking.    …
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Water supply remains an issue for Sweetings Cay residents

Water supply remains an issue for Sweetings Cay residents

After months of sporadic water supply, residents of Sweetings Cay have now had enough of what they claim needs immediate intervention from the Minister for Grand Bahama, Dr. Michael Darville.   On January 4 The Freeport News ran an article on the water supply schedule for residents on the Cay; however, residents claimed the times…
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Christie adopts cut-throat style

Previously in this space, we emphasized the political toughness of Prime Minister Perry Christie.  Because so often, he delays decisions and in many instances, he fails to make them, a particular characteristic of Christie is missed.   When confronted head-on by an opponent, Christie becomes ruthless. Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard knows quite well,…
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