Eight Mile Rock High salutes “Majority Rule” achievement

John N. T. Rolle

(Contributed to The Freeport News by Nakia Gelin, Nahemi Fenelon, Angemicka Guerrier and Tatianna Francis)   The Eight Mile Rock High School unveiled its very own tribute to Majority Rule Day on campus Wednesday past.   Under the theme “50 Years: A Journey Together, One People United in Love and Service,” in Blue Jays Country,…
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$1.5m in products and goods donated for West GB District

Schumacher Electric Corporation delivered $1.5 million in power conversion products to the residents of West Grand Bahama on Thursday

Minister of Tourism, Obediah (Obie) Wilchcombe Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama, yesterday, had high praise for Schumacher Electric Corporation, which donated $1.5 million in power conversion products in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.   The presentation of equipment was made on Thursday, January 12 at the Old Bahama Bay Resort.    Jon McDonald,…
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Residents take advantage of Grand Lucayan Voter Registration Drive

The Parliamentary Registration Department held registration at the Grand Lucayan Resort for persons employed at that resort and in the surrounding area.

The Bahamas Parliamentary Registration Department conducted the second day of its Voter Registration Drive at the Grand Lucayan on yesterday – Thursday, January 12.    Qualified Bahamian citizens in the area were able to register along with Grand Lucayan employees.    Reno V. Smith, Assistant Parliamentary Commissioner had informed the public of the dates for…
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Rustic vessel intercepted with 19 Cubans

Nineteen Cubans

Nineteen Cuban nationals allegedly destined for the Florida shores on board a rustic vessel were intercepted by the United States Coast Guard in the Cay Sal Bank area on Tuesday and brought to Grand Bahama yesterday for processing prior to being repatriated to their homeland.   This group of 19 makes the total of Cuban…
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