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UB Northern Campus prepares for Charter Day

UB NORTHERN CAMPUS CHARTER DAY – In preparation for Charter Day, the University of The Bahamas Northern Campus Alumni are participating in several activities leading up to Thursday, April 27 big event. Alumni executives are pictured with one of its partners, Frank’s Icecream, on Tuesday, April 25. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

The University of The Bahamas (UB) Northern Campus (NC) will officially be launched this coming Thursday (April 27) with its Charter Day ceremony. In celebration of the milestone, Alumni spearheaded a two-day event, where the University of The Bahamas NC will officially be launched and banner unveiled. According to Elvardo Thompson, Director of Alumni Affairs,…
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FNM Change Team in GB supports East End culture event

SUPPORTING CULTURE – Rev. Frederick McAlpine, Free National Movement candidate for Pineridge was among hundreds attending the Annual Easter Monday Pelican Point Coconut Fest to support vendors in East End. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Showing full support of the annual Easter Monday Coconut Festival in Pelican Point, East Grand Bahama, Free National Movement (FNM) candidates for Grand Bahama and Bimini, travelled to the eastern end of the island on Easter Monday not only to enjoy the festivities, but support the vendors selling their wares at the event. Member of…
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Teen fatally shot outside apt. complex

FATAL SHOOTING – Grand Bahama police are actively investigating the island’s latest homicide, which occurred outside an apartment complex on Amberjack Street on Sunday, April 23. At right is the victim, Khalid Cox Jr. (PHOTO: VANDYKE HEPBURN)

Twenty-two days after the islands fourth murder for the year was reported, police are now investigating the island’s fifth homicide that claimed the life of a teenage male. The victim identified by relatives as Khalid Cox Jr., who was discovered with gunshot wounds at an apartment complex on Amberjack Street, succumbed at the scene. Assistant…
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FCCA continues Christmas giving tradition

Christmas came early for students from five schools across the island of Grand Bahama on Tuesday, when the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association held its 17th Annual Gift Program ceremony at the Count Basie Square. Carmen Martinez, Norwegian Cruise line representative, and employee of the Norwegian Sky commented on what it meant for the Norwegian Cruise…
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