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Residents commemorate Majority Rule Day

SPECIAL SERVICE – An Ecumenical Service was held in observance of Majority Rule on Thursday, January 10 at the Pro Cathedral of Christ the King. Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest along with other government officials including H.E C.A. Smith Deputy G.G. joined freedom fighters for the event. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Remembrance, resolution and repentance were words residents should embrace, said Canon Norman Lightbourne, rector of Pro- Cathedral of Christ the King, during his address at the Annual Majority Rule Ecumenical Service Thursday (January 10) morning. “Today, we set aside time to thank God for his loving kindness and tender mercy,” said Lightbourne. “I believe that…
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Two armed robberies reported in less than 48 hours

Two armed robberies reported in less than 48 hours

Police in Grand Bahama have reported two armed robberies, less than 48 hours apart, at the start of the new year. This daily reported the first incident on Tuesday, January 8, when according to police reports, two male culprits entered a business establishment in the International Bazaar, brandishing a firearm, shortly after 1:00 a.m. on…
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RCF continues to support the Falcons Boys’ Club

DONATION – The Rotary Club of Freeport made a cheque presentation to the Falcons Boys’ Club in support of the organization’s programmes. Pictured from left during the presentation are Venus Miller, Darren Cooper, President of the Rotary Club of Freeport; Lorine Miller, Steve Gunn, Darrin Rolle, Director of the Falcons Boys’ Club and Sheketha Thompson. (PHOTO: ABRIA COOPER)

The Rotary Club of Freeport continued its support of local community organizations with a cheque presentation to the Falcons Boys’ Club at their Hawksbill Community Centre site on Wednesday (January 9). President of the Rotary Club of Freeport, Darren Cooper, stated that the club wanted to give back to the organization because of the positive…
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‘Brunch on the Bay’ Women’s Conference set for Jan. 12

BRUNCH ON THE BAY – Entrepreneurs Sasha Pinder (left) and Yamease Swain (right) have come together to host the first ‘Brunch on the Bay,’ an empowering Women’s Conference set for Saturday, January 12 in the Canal House, Pelican Bay Resort. The conference is geared toward females ages of 18 and over and is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. (Photo courtesy of Brunch on the Bay)

Entrepreneurs Sasha Pinder and Yamease Swain have come together to host the first ‘Brunch on the Bay,’ an empowering Women’s Conference set for Saturday, January 12 in the Canal House, Pelican Bay Resort. With doors opening at 9:00 a.m. the conference is geared toward females ages of 18 and over. “I am very passionate about…
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