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GB Soup Kitchen looking to expand to better service community

This year the Grand Bahama Soup Kitchen is, specifically, looking to source a physical location for the Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry. Program Director for the Grand Bahama Soup Kitchen (GBSK), Benia Dean spoke to this daily about the initiative during a recent interview. “Right now the most important thing is … we realize that…
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Prayers ring out at H. Forbes Charter

PRAYER SERVICE – In response to the recent incidents that occurred involving H. Forbes Charter Services Co. Ltd, the company held a special prayer service on Thursday (February 15) morning at their headquarters in the Priscilla Forbes Business Centre. (PHOTO: ABRIA COOPER)

In response to the recent incidents that occurred involving H. Forbes Charter Services Co. Ltd, the company held a special prayer service on Thursday (February 15) morning at their headquarters in the Priscilla Forbes Business Centre. Carmel Churchill, daughter of proprietor Hadley Forbes moderated the prayer service and his brother, Isaac Forbes gave the opening…
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GB top cop hits the street

TAKING TO THE STREETS – Having, a little over three weeks ago – January 27 – being appointed to the top law enforcement post of the Northern Bahamas, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Samuel Butler (fourth from left) joined a team of his officers from the Traffic Division on East Sunrise Highway Thursday (February 15) morning for traffic checks, as officers continued to promote road safety. (COURTESY OF RBPF, ND)

Having, a little over three weeks ago - January 27 - being appointed to the top law enforcement post of the Northern Bahamas, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Samuel Butler joined a team of his officers from the Traffic Division on East Sunrise Highway Thursday (February 15) morning for traffic checks, as officers continued to…
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Dominican and Ecuadorian nationals hauled to court

HEADED TO COURT – The three men – two Ecuadorians and one Dominican – charged with Overstaying and Illegal Landing. (PHOTO COURTESY OF BID)

Bahamas Immigration officers took three males to court and charged them with Overstating and Illegal Landing. Napthali Cooper Bahamas Immigration Department Grade One Officer informed this daily on the matter on Thursday (February 15). The three men – two Ecuadorians and one Dominican – were travelling in a van in the area of the Fishing…
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