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Chinese nationals, boat captain plead guilty

Several Chinese nationals reappeared in Magistrate Court in Freeport on Thursday (January 4) to learn their fate. Napthali Cooper Bahamas Immigration Department Grade One Officer told this daily that the group of eight Chinese nationals comprising of six males and two females, along with 46-year-old Bahamian boat captain, Lucner Laurent, reappeared in the Freeport Magistrates…
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2018 CARIFTA Games will be hosted in honor of the late Dr. Bernard Nottage

OFFICIAL LAUNCH – BAAA’s President Rosamunde Carey (left), Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard (center) and Pauline Davis-Thompson (right), IAAF Council Member dance to the sounds of the CARIFTA Congoes at the launch of the Flow CARIFTA Games Bahamas 2018 press conference. (PHOTO COURTESY OF BAAAs)

For an historic eighth time The Bahamas will play host to the CARIFTA Track and Field Championships in just a matter of months. The 2018 North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) track and field championships will take place over the Easter Holiday, March 30 - April 2 at the Thomas A. Robinson…
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OGB and BTC partner in Red Cross GB Center Family Aid Initiative

GIVING BACK – Our Grand Bahama (OGB) organization and The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) partnered to conduct the Red Cross Grand Bahama Center and Southern Shore Communities Family Aid Initiative on Thursday, January 4, 2018. Pictured are representatives from Our Grand Bahama, BTC and the Red Cross GB Center. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Charity begins at home and ends abroad and the Our Grand Bahama (OGB) organization and The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) partnered to conduct the Red Cross Grand Bahama Center and Southern Shore Communities Family Aid Initiative on Thursday, January 4, 2018. Caline Newton, founder of the OGB organization appreciates the support of BTC and thanked…
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Men granted bail

Delano Black (left) and Clive Wyatt.

Two males appeared in Freeport Supreme Court #2 on Thursday afternoon, for bail hearings. Clive Wyatt and Delano Black, previously charged with firearm and ammunition possession, and assault with a deadly weapon respectively, appeared before Justice Petra Hanna-Adderley, following presenting bail applications before the Supreme Courts. Representing Wyatt was attorney Wendell Smith, who informed Justice…
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