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‘Foe’ and ‘Fool’ wanted by police

TONY JAMAL SMITH… Wanted

Police in Grand Bahama need the public’s assistance in locating 43-year-old Tavares Demonte Beckford aka “Foe” and 32-year-old Tony Jamal Smith, aka Jamal Penn, aka “Fool” in connection with two separate criminal matters. In a report, Assistant Superintendent of Police and Public Affairs and Communication Officer (PACO) Terecita Pinder, police press officer yesterday – Friday,…
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March completion date set for Fishing Hole Bridge 

WORKS TOUR – Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest along with the Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson joined Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Iram Lewis on a tour of the capital works yesterday. Pictured from left are Godfrey Waugh, President Waugh Construction; DPM K. Peter Turnquest; Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Iram Lewis and Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

A March 2019 date has been proposed for the completion of the Fishing Hole Road Bridge, media personnel were told yesterday – Friday, January 18. Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Iram Lewis, Member of Parliament for Central Grand Bahama made the announcement, during a tour of the capital works project, Friday afternoon. Accompanying…
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Mr. Ship It brings holiday cheer to those in need

BILNEY LANE HOME was one of several organizations to receive assistance from Mr. Ship It, just in time for the Christmas holiday.

During the Christmas season, Mr. Ship It showed love and brought joy and cheer to those truly in need. This Christmas was no different for the management and staff at Mr. Ship It. The business partnered with five local charitable organizations to share Christmas joy throughout The Bahamas. Mr. Ship It chose two organizations in…
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Illegal immigrants hauled to court

APPREHENDED – Two Dominican nationals, one Grenadian national and one Jamaican national were arraigned in Magistrate Court #3 before Magistrate Rengin Johnson for separate immigration offences on Tuesday, January 15, in connection with breaching the Immigration Act. (Photo courtesy of BID)

Two Dominican nationals, one Grenadian national and one Jamaican national were arraigned in Magistrate Court #3 before Magistrate Rengin Johnson for separate immigration offences on Tuesday, January 15, in connection with breaching the Immigration Act. The Dominican nationals, Nestor Santos Polanco and Carlos Aybar Franco, were charged with the offence of Illegal Landing. Both plead…
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