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Two on posession of forging charges

Cherine Dacosta of Jamaica was hauled before the courts on Wednesday November 15 where she along with another adult male was formally charged on possession of materials for forging notes. (Photo by JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Two suspects, including a Jamaican National were taken into Magistrate Court in Freeport on possession of material for forging notes on Wednesday (November 15) at the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre. Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Assistant Superintendent of Police and Public Affairs and Communication Officer (PACO) Terecita Pinder confirmed the development Alphonso Hield, age 57…
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Straw vendors make strong plea for Lucayan Resort reopening

In this file photo Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis delivers his contribution inside the House of Assembly yesterday.

For over one year the Memories Resort as well as the Treasure Bay Casino, have remained closed following damages sustained as a result of Hurricane Matthew in October 2016, leaving many Grand Bahamians unemployed. Not only has the closure had an adverse affect on former employees of the resort and casino, but also others, namely…
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Police to utilize body cameras

BODY CAMERAS TRIAL — Deputy Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour announced during a press conference that police officers from their mobile patrol unit will be outfitted with body cameras on a trial basis that will assist them in carrying out their duties.

Deputy Commissioner in Charge of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Northern District, Emrick Seymour, on Wednesday announced the commencement of the RBPF’s body camera trial exercise. At a press conference on Wednesday he pointed out that advanced notification had been given regarding the equipment upgrade.(November 15). Earlier, Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson said the RBPF…
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St. George emphasizes big roles female leaders play

A WHO’S WHO DELEGATION —Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of The Prime Minister Senator J. Kwasi Thompson stands in front row at FIDA’s36th Triennial International Convention alongside Bahamas Senate President Katherine Forbes-Smith, Grand Bahama Port Authority Acting Chairman Sarah St. George and pictured in second row (left) is former Free National Movement first female Acting Prime Minister Hon. Janet Bostwick. (Photo by JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The International Federation of Lawyers (FIDA) has a comprehensive outlook and highlights the important role women play. On Monday, one of the leading female stakeholders in Grand Bahama, brought remarks at the opening of 36th Triennial International Convention, that is be- ing staged at the Grand Lucayan Resort. Sarah St.George, the Grand Bahama Port Authority…
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