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Southern Shores residents cry out

Pictured  are local goverment Officials and other residents of the Southern Shore Communities. (Photos: Sharell Lockhart)

Residents from Southern Shore Communities (Pinder’s Point, Lewis Yard, Bevans’ Town, Hunters and Mack Town), have become vocal with their grievances about the deplorable condition the general area is in four months after Hurricane Matthew.   West Grand Bahama Local Government Councillor (East Eight Mile Rock Township) and Hunters’ representative Simon Lewis along with residents…
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Smith touts Dr. Minnis as top option

Honorable C. A. Smith

Former Cabinet Minister and diplomat under various Free National Movement governments,  C. A. Smith, on Sunday issued a statement championing Dr. Hubert Minnis as the nation’s best choice for leadership.   In the communication sent to The Freeport News, Smith said The Bahamas should have a leader other than Prime Minister Perry Christie. While complimenting…
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Hundreds of GB males attend 10th annual ROYO conference

More than 500 boys attended the 10th Annual Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) Boys to Men Conference hosted by Dudley Seide at Calvary Temple Church

The Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) 10th Annual Boys to Men Conference held on Saturday February 11, 2017 at Calvary Temple Assembly of God Church, Clive Avenue under the theme, “Stand… It’s your turn to shine,” was a well-supported success.   More than 500 young boys and adult men representing various civic groups and churches…
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Value of country’s educational system praised by UB officer

Orthnell Dames (far right)

Over 200 high school seniors were told the benefits of staying in The Bahamas to attain degrees during the 5th Annual Open House for the University of the Bahamas (UB), formerly College of the Bahamas, on Friday past at the Northern Bahamas Campus.   Cheyanne Harvey, Office of Recruitment and Admissions said the University invited…
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