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Residents taking Dorian’s arrival seriously

FILLING UP – There were long lines at gas station stations, food stores and supply stores yesterday as residents rushed to purchase items needs for the pending arrival of Hurricane Dorian this weekend. (PHOTOS: JAIMIE SMITH)

Gas stations, food stores, convenience stores, building supply stores and water depots were crowded yesterday –Thursday, August 29 – as residents flocked to various locations to purchase items on their hurricane preparation check list. With Hurricane Dorian forecasted impact Grand Bahama this weekend, residents appear to be taking the advices of the relevant authorities and…
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NTA Cohort #9 commences on GB

NTA – National Training Agency (NTA) officials welcomed its newest participants to the ninth cohort here on the island of Grand Bahama. Pictured from left to right are Antoine Cunningham, Media/Public Relations Technician; Melissa Edwards, Asst. Training Coordinator; LaDonna Rolle, Programme Coordinator; Gadville McDonald, NTA Executive Director; Naomi Lady Wallace-Whitfield, Chairman, NTA Board of Directors; Darriel Higgs, Senior Clerk/Receptionist and Donald Glass, Office Manager/Training Coordinator, NTA. (PHOTO COURTESY OF THE NTA)

The National Training Agency (NTA), Grand Bahama introduced its newest recruits making up the ninth cohort on Tuesday, August 27 at the Ruby Swiss Restaurant. According to NTA Executive Director Gadville McDonald, the programme continues to assist young persons with honing their soft skills capabilities, in preparation for the workforce. “We at the NTA are…
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“We have to believe in our island,” says Parker-Edgecombe

PAKESIA PARKER-EDGECOMBE, West GB and Bimini, MP

“We have to believe in this island and we have to believe in our people!” Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama and Bimini Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe, made this statement Monday (August 26) during her remarks as keynote speaker at the groundbreaking ceremony for Brick House Construction’s multi-million-dollar complex off East Sunrise Highway. Parker-Edgecombe noted that…
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QSMI Back-to-School Jamboree continues to impact families

TEAMWORK – Hundreds of families not only received back-to-school assistance on Saturday during the Annual Quinty Sears Ministries International (QSMI) Back-to-School Jamboree, but also got grocery packages and more. Pictured at third left is Pastor Qunity Sears with some members of her team. (PHOTOS: TFN)

Quinty Sears Ministries International (QSMI) has once again done its parts in assisting those in need throughout the community, with its Annual Back-to-School Jamboree on Saturday, August 24. This year, however, Quinty Sears, Pastor of Prophetic Kingdom Encounter Ministries and QSMI, organizer of the event noted that she was compelled to host the event on…
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