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ACP says no major change expected during recount

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Assistant Parliamentary Commissioner (APC) Reno Smith discussed the recent Bahamas General Election on Thursday, May 11, 2017 placing emphasis on the complete Electoral and Recount Procedural Process. Commending both Parliamentary Registration Department and Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) officers for executing a fine job, during the elections this past Wednesday, May 10, which led to…
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Pintard donates to ROYO Breakfast Program

Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Marco City, Michael Pintard (right), made a financial donation to Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) on Monday, May 8 to assist with its Breakfast Program. Pictured at left is Bishop Joseph Hall and at center is Dudley Seide, ROYO president. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) Maelene ‘Mama’ Thomas Kitchen and Feeding Program recently received a much-needed boost, thanks to a donation made by Free National Movement (FNM) Marco City candidate Michael Pintard this past Monday, May 8, 2017. Dudley Seide, ROYO Founder began a Breakfast Program in the Maelene ‘Mama’ Thomas Kitchen at the ROYO…
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Ballot Box tampering allegations refuted

Deputy Parliamentary Commissioner Reno Smith dispelled rumors of ballot box tampering by parliamentary officials before the General Election on May 10. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Parliamentary Registration Department has once again been rocked by scandal in the hours leading up to The Bahamas’ General Elections, which is scheduled for Wednesday, May 10, 2017. Allegations of General Election Ballot Box tampering were lodged against Reno Smith, Assistant Parliamentary Commissioner on Sunday, May 7 and began circulating on various social media…
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GB nurses highlight Day for “Midwives”

Grand Bahama Health Services (GBHS) Nurses’ Month Committee recently celebrated International Midwives’ Day at the Rand Memorial Hospital (RMH) under the theme, “Midwives: Making a difference in the world.”All midwives, senior nurses, trained clinical nurses and patient care assistants, who participated in the event were commended for their ongoing efforts to expose women to all elements of reproductive health care by ensuring that pregnant women stay alive and their birth experience is positive. (Photos by SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Grand Bahama Health Services (GBHS) Nurses’ Month Committee recently celebrated International Midwives’ Day at the Rand Memorial Hospital under the theme, “Midwives: Making a difference in the world.” Commending midwives, senior nurses, trained clinical nurses and patient care assistants, for their ongoing efforts to expose women to all elements of reproductive health by ensuring…
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