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UB Northern Campus set to host Blue Splash Family Fun Day

BLUE SPLASH – The University of The Bahamas announced plans for its Blue Splash event that is set for this weekend on Taino Beach. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The University of The Bahamas (UB) North will host the First Blue Splash Family Fun Day on Saturday, September 29 beginning 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Taino Beach, revealed Dr. Theo Cooper, UB North Dean of Students. Encouraging families throughout the Grand Bahama community to support the event, which will feature a Beach Olympics…
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Second fire cause for suspicion?

BUILDING FIRE—Dr. Melchizedek M. Moss-DeGregory Roopi (Dr. Roopi) shows how a fire destroyed one of his buildings located on Pioneer’s Way, where a church was once located. Investigations are currently underway by fire officials. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Suspicion surrounds a late night blaze that destroyed Dr. Melchizedek M. Moss-DeGregory Roopi’s ABBA Co. Stem Cell Bahamas Center Prayer Chapel on Monday, September 24. Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Fire Services responded immediately upon being alerted and worked feverishly to extinguish the inferno, however, the 3,000 sq. ft. chapel recently renovated by Dr. Roopi…
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Local clergyman calls on govt. to give serious attention to crime rate

CRIME SCENE – Agape House Ministries Senior Pastor, Apostle Anthony Grant on Tuesday, September 25 issued an urgent plea for The Bahamas Government to give serious attention to the country’s murder rate. The photo shows the crime scene of one of the island’s first three murders for 2018.  (PHOTO: TFN FILE)

Agape House Ministries Senior Pastor, Apostle Anthony Grant on Tuesday, September 25 issued an urgent plea for The Bahamas Government to give serious attention to the country’s murder rate. “Whether we admit it or not the truth is we (The Bahamas) are a nation in crisis,” stated Grant. Tired of the “blame game” being played…
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Maurice Moore students receive tablets courtesy of Texas couple

TABLETS FOR MAURICE MOORE STUDENTS – Maurice E. Moore Primary School held a special assembly on Monday, September 24 in which students of Grades 4 through 6 were the recipients of Amazon Fire Tablets courtesy of a partnership struck with Texan businessman and philanthropist Carl Allen, The E-Group, BTC and Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. (PHOTO: TFN)

Maurice E. Moore Primary School held a special assembly on Monday, September 24 in which students of Grades 4 through 6 were the recipients of Amazon Fire Tablets courtesy of a partnership struck with Texan businessman and philanthropist Carl Allen, The E-Group, BTC and Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. Utilizing every resource available to…
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