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Four female Jamaican nationals charged

HEADED TO COURT – Four female Jamaican nationals were hauled to court charged with Overstaying and Working in Gainful Occupation unlawfully. A local businessman was also charged with Employing Persons without a Work Permit and harboring an illegal person contrary to Section 47 (A) and punishable under Section 49 (1) of the Immigration Act. (Photo courtesy of BID)

The Bahamas Department of Immigration (BDI) fight against illegal migration and employment continues, revealed Napthali Cooper, BDI Officer on Friday, July 13 following the apprehension of four Jamaican nationals, who were charged with Overstaying and Working in Gainful Occupation unlawfully. According to Cooper, “Officers acting on information received reported to a popular nightclub located on…
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Two lose life in traffic mishaps

ASP TERECITA PINDER

Tragedy has struck on the streets of Abaco and Grand Bahama in two separate incidents, which took place three days apart, revealed Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Public Affairs and Communications Officer (PACO) Assistant Superintendent of Police Terecita Pinder on Sunday, July 15. The first traffic fatality involved a driver and a pedestrian on Queen…
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Police recover thousands in stolen goods

RECOVERED ITEMS – Thirteen homes were targeted by an alleged ring of thieves in the Grand Bahama community, who stole state-of-the-art flat screen televisions, gaming consoles and electronics, jewelry, compressors and Craftsman tools over the span of a month, said police. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Thirteen homes were targeted by an alleged ring of thieves in the Grand Bahama community, who stole state-of-the-art flat screen televisions, gaming consoles and electronics, jewelry, compressors and Craftsman tools over the span of a month revealed Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Superintendent Brian Rolle, Officer-in-Charge of the Central Detective Unit (CDU) during a press…
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Kosha designs feature Iconic Bahamian colloquialisms

CULTURAL DESIGNS – Lavaren and Letitia Glass of Kosha Ltd. unveil new designs for their Gimme My Culture Streetwear Collection just in time for the 45th Independence Celebrations. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Gimme My Culture! Street Wear Collection by Kosha Ltd. showcases brilliant, bold graphic designs that feature iconic Bahamian colloquialisms such as “Well Muddos” and “Solid,” which proves impressive to the savvy, sophisticated and style conscious across Grand Bahama, the Bahama Islands and worldwide. LaVaren Glass, Kosha Ltd. Co-owner and Creative Director revealed that with…
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