The Freeport News’ front page lead on Saturday focused on the illegal dumping of about half a million gallons of waste, including sewage into Bahamian waters by Carnival Corporation cruise ships. We are now into the second week since the startling news reached most Bahamians via reports out of the U.S. court system. Carnival Corporation…Read more
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Grand Bahama Christian Council President Rev. Dr. Robert Lockhart was prominent during Thursday’s “Stop Child Molestation” rally which began in the precinct of the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre. With a bull horn Rev. Lockhart called for mass support in the battle against those who engage in harm to young children and he challenged members of…Read more
At long last, the Smith’s Point seawall project will officially open. The government has planned a ceremony that is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. The location is pristine, and an attractive product that the Grand Bahama Tourism Office should have no difficulty marketing. Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis and his government deserve full credit…Read more
On Thursday, one of the country’s finest, ever, sons of the soil, was laid to rest in St. Anselm’s Cemetery, Bernard Road in New Providence. He died on Monday, March 11. Monsignor Preston Moss, 79, an exemplary figure within the Catholic Diocese, was buried in the precinct of the church (St. Anselm’s), he pastored for…Read more
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