Recent Posts by FN Reporter Jaimie Smith

Taino Beach Junkanoo Carnival gets low grade

Phillip ‘Lil Joe’ Cartwright performs his song entitled ‘Sweet Carnival’ on Friday. Cartwright was one of eight artists who advanced to the Music Masters Song Competition final round which is expected to take place this weekend in Nassau. (Photos: Shayne Stubbs)

The 3rd Annual Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival (BJC) kick-off event over the weekend, on Taino Beach, was decidedly downgraded compared to those held in previous years. While performances by both participants in the ‘Music Master Song Competition’ and the artisans who graced the stage during the two day affair were noteworthy, the number of spectators was…
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Cash Whiz Freeport aids GB Children’s Home

Employees of Deloitte & Touche Accounting Firm delivered much needed food items to the GB Children’s Home on Friday. Pictured L to R: Trishelle Saunders, Shareicka Bethel, Sheila Johnson-Smith, Executive Director, GB Children’s Home, Hazel McKinney, Kaynish McIntosh and Grevie Neymour

A monetary donation, canned goods and cleaning supplies were donated to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home by local business Cash Wiz Freeport (better known as Grand Bahama Trading Post) on Thursday past. The assistance will be ongoing according to Cash Whiz General Manager Jermaine Cox. “One of our core values here at Cash Wiz is…
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Parker-Edgecombe appeals to single mothers, young voters in Bimini

YOUNG VOTERS – Free National Movement candidate for WEst GRand Bahama and Bimini, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe, is pictured with a young voter in Bimini Monday, April 24 prior to the mass rally.

An exuberant crowd of Free National Movement (FNM) supporters assembled in Bimini on Monday (April 24) evening for the party’s mass rally, to hear from a number of FNM candidates, including candidate for West End and Bimini, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe, as well as the party’s leader, Dr. Hubert Minnis. During her address, Parker-Edgecombe made a special…
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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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