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JAGS International Services, ZNS partner to host Back-to-School Extravaganza and Fun Day

Jags International along with the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas (BCB) announced plans for a Back-to-School Give-away that is scheduled to take place this weekend. Pictured from left are Crystal Bain, Jags International; Judith Dawkins, (BCB) and Antonya Turner-Higgs, Executive Coordinator. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

JAGS International Services and ZNS Broadcasting Corporation are partnering to host the First Back-to-School Extravaganza and Fun Day beginning 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 16, 2017. Understanding the economic challenges faced by parents with back-to-school preparations, Antonya Turner-Higgs, JAGS Executive Coordinator stated, “Indeed we are pleased to be working in partnership with…
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Thompson wants Port Lucaya product to benefit all vendors

SEN. KWASI THOMPSON Minister of State for GB

This coming Friday, the innovative festival-type product “A Taste of Port Lucaya” will continue. Senator Kwasi Thompson on Tuesday responded to a Monday Freeport News’ lead story and expressed his desire for the straw and craft vendors to experience a positive response to their business, as did other entrepreneurs during the launch of the project…
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Repeat deportee among latest migrant group apprehended

Two Jamaican males and a Haitian male were among eight illegal migrants to be apprehended and processed for repatriation. (PHOTO COURTESY OF BID)

On Monday, (August 14) Immigration officers in Freeport apprehended eight persons, who were without legal status in the country. Napthali Cooper Bahamas Immigration Department Grade One Officer speaking with this daily on Tuesday, August 15, said that this group comprised of two Jamaican males and six Haitian nationals – three adult females, one adult male…
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Local Government gets assistance for their Community Initiative

Jarol Investments Ltd., and Aliv LTE Communications Network, have partnered up to ease the anxiety parents face with preparing students for their return to the classroom by donating to the Local Government Council Back-to-School Community Initiative. Pictured are representatives from companies and Local Government. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Summer break wraps up in three weeks and Jarol Investments Ltd., and Aliv LTE Communications Network, have partnered up to ease the anxiety parents face with preparing students for their return to the classroom by donating to the Local Government Council Back-to-School Community Initiative. Backpacks containing composition books, pencils, pens and rulers as well as…
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