Police: Make safety a priority this holiday weekend

STAY SAFE – The RBPF Fire Branch and Traffic Division shared a number of safety tips for residents as they set to enjoy the Easter holiday weekend. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Springtime, Easter holiday fun is fast approaching and the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) issued safety tips to the Grand Bahama community on Wednesday, March 28, which involved beach, boating, fire and traffic directives that will assist in saving and preserving lives as well as property island-wide. RBPF Marine Support Services Superintendent Doyle Burrows, Fire…
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20th Annual Pelican Point Coconut Festival set for Easter Monday

PELICAN POINT COCONUT FESTIVAL —Organizers encourage all Grand Bahamians to attend the 20th Annual Pelican Point Coconut Festival. Pictured left to right are Ronnie Nelson, Hetline Nelson (PPCF Committee Members); Coordinator Elaine Smith, Product Department, Ministry of Tourism and Cathy Laing, PPCF Chairman. Standing at right is Tammy Cooper, Pelican Point resident. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

Celebrating two decades of wholesome Grand Bahamian entertainment, delectable food and fun for all on the Easter Monday holiday, the Annual Pelican Point Coconut Festival (PPCF) returns this year, celebrating its 20th anniversary. Fully endorsing the celebration again this year, the Ministry of Tourism continues to encourage residents and guests alike to support the event,…
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Waterkeepers and fraternity partner for water monitoring initiative

VOLUNTEERS – Members of the Sigma Beta Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity with Waterkeepers Bahamas Executive Director, Rashema Ingraham (centre).

Clean drinkable and swimmable water is a necessity that oftentimes is being taken for granted within The Bahamas, hence Waterkeepers Bahamas is on a mission to educate the Grand Bahama community and the nation at large on the importance of having constant access to uncontaminated, pure water. Rashema Ingraham, Waterkeepers Bahamas Executive Director revealed that…
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Christian Council hauled to court

Rev. Pinder and Rev. Lockhart

Immediate past president and executive members of the Grand Bahama Christian Council (GBCC) had their day in court yesterday, answering to miscellaneous charges levied against the organization. Former Calvary Temple Assembly of God church member, Donald Sweeting, filed charges against the GBCC last year, when Rev. Peter Pinder was at the helm as president and…
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