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Miss Grand Bahama Pageant (31st) scheduled to take place on Sunday

The Miss Grand Bahama Pageant is on tap for this Sunday. Pictured with the reigning Miss Grand Bahama, Tiasha Lewis (center) are the five young ladies vying for the title. Left to right are: Rickell Munnings, Savannah Sawyer, Miss Grand Bahama (Lewis), Esther Cooper, Aalisha Edgecombe and Evena Gibson.

This coming Sunday, scheduled to begin at 9:00 p.m. at “A Social Affair Grounds”, the location of the old bowling alley on East Sunrise, five young ladies will vie for the revered title of Miss Grand Bahama. Glen Davis, President, Miss Grand Bahama Organization, emphasized the confidence builder significance of the event. “This will be…
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NEMA Center Manager sworn in as JP

NEMA Center Manager Tammi Mitchell is surrounded by family members, who were on hand to show their support during her recent swearing in as a Justice of the Peace.

NEMA Center Manager Tammi Mitchell is undoubtedly a polarizing figure as it relates to being a disaster management community champion and recently she was sworn-in by Magistrate Debbye Ferguson as a Justice of the Peace. Oftentimes described as an extraordinary woman who remains unmoved in her commitment to serve the Grand Bahama community while demonstrating…
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Alcime fingers shooter

Allan Alcime (left) and Devaughn Hall (right)

Former murder accused Allan Alcime took the stand yesterday for the Crown, when proceedings in the double murder trial of Barry and Sheena Johnson continued in the Supreme Court, Wednesday (October 25) morning. Alcime was one of five men charged in the couple’s death back in September 2015. The murder charge was dropped against Alcime…
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Unionists advise govt. to proceed with caution on IMF recommendation

Unionists assembled at the Precious Acres Complex to address recommendations recently made by the IMF to the Government of The Bahamas. Pictured from left are Brian Davis, Rudolph Stubbs, Deron Brooks and Quinton Laroda.

In a recent communication released by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Agency, the recommendation was made – in its Executive Board synopsis – following the conclusion of the 2017 Article IV consultation with The Bahamas to reduce the Wage Bill in an effort to support economic relief for the country. An excerpt from the IMF…
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