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McCartney: Terreve is now an accredited institution

Donald McCartney – Terreve College Chairman

Dr. Donald McCartney Executive Chair for Terreve College revealed that the Department of Public Service felt that there are many private institutions putting out substandard students.     He made this statement during a press conference at the Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, January 17.   This matter came about during Terreve’s appeal to the…
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‘Literacy makes all other learning possible’

Students of the Grand Bahama Academy enjoyed a highly interactive special assembly on Monday as they were reminded of the importance of literacy. 

In an effort to sensitize their students on the importance of literacy, the Grand Bahama Academy of Seventh-Day Adventists is hosting its Annual Literacy Week under the theme, ‘Read, Lead, Succeed.’   To begin the week of activities a special assembly was held on Monday morning, where faculty and students welcomed Mary Russell, Ministry of…
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IMD delivers clothing and shoes to the GB Children’s Home

 IMD members and founder

With hopes of initiating an annual event, members of International Millionaires Day (IMD) group traveled to Grand Bahama with a special donation for the Grand Bahama Children’s Home.   IMD was established by a group of young individuals residing in Miami, Florida with intent to spread a random act of kindness to those less fortunate,…
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Students learn of opportunities with a career in law enforcement

Law Enforcement Agencies showcased their diverse career options at the Grand Bahama High School Industrial and Technical Career Opportunities Fair, along with Industrial and Technical Companies on the island.     The event was held on Friday, January 20 at the Grand Lucayan Ballroom.    Superintendent of Police Loretta Mackey told this daily that the…
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