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Independence celebrations more than just performances, say entertainers

FROM LEFT Desmardo ‘Stileet’ Finley and Dillion ‘D-Mac’ McKenzie

Living up to their show stopping performances Bahamian entertainers – Desmardo ‘Stileet’ Finley and Dillion ‘D-Mac’ McKenzie – graced the stage this past Monday (July 9), for the island’s Pre-Independence Day celebrations on Independence Park under the theme, “We have come this far by Faith.” The men were just two of the musical highlights of…
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Cornish reveals the depth of Local Government

READY FOR THE JOB – Newly posted City of Freeport Island Administrator, Don Cornish said that he is ready for the job at hand. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

Newly appointed City of Freeport Island Administrator, Don Cornish, is passionate about the depth and importance of Local Government and during a recent interview with this daily, he spoke about the Local Government Act and how it was established in The Bahamas. “I don’t think that many persons understand the dynamics of this job and…
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Patriotism comes alive: Hundreds attend country’s 45th Anniversary celebrations

WILL AND DAISY – Master of Ceremony Will Stubbs and Mistress of Ceremony, the amazing Miss Dynamite Daisy left the crowd in stitches with their humor during the cultur- al show of the 45TH Indepen-dence Celebrations Monday, July 9. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Pure excitement and true patriotic pride were evident on all four corners of Independence Park on Monday (July 9) evening as hundreds assembled to celebrate the country’s pre-Independence Day festivities, at the 45th Anniversary Celebration, Cultural Extravaganza, Tattoo and Fireworks display. Hosted by Will Stubbs and Lynn Terez Davis-Nixon, better known as ‘Miss Dynamite Daisy,’…
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Miss Bahamas Organization makes timely donation to Cancer Society

DONATION – The Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Branch was the proud recipient of a monetary donation made by the Miss Bahamas Organization on July 5. Pictured from left to right are Christine Darville, Treasurer Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Branch; Serena Greene, Miss World Grand Bahama; Lorine Miller, President, Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Branch and Ivalee Pratt, Office Manager, Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Branch. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH

The Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Branch received a monetary donation from the Miss Bahamas World Organization (MBO) this past Thursday (July 5), one which president of the local branch, Loraine Miller, noted was very timely. Newly crowned queen, Serena Greene, visited the Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama branch to present…
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