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Public safety tops police list this Easter Holiday weekend

EASTER INCENTIVE – Royal Bahamas Police Force on Grand Bahama is challenging the motoring public to have an accident free holiday with their Easter Egg initiative. Pictured from left are Constable Williams, Inspector Buchannan Moncur, Corporal Jill Bullard, ASP Alphonso Pinder, Superintendent Jeremy Henfield, Superintendent Walter Henderson and Constable Javon Pratt. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) officers took to the streets yesterday – Wednesday, April 17 – appealing to the motoring public to traverse about safely over the Easter Holiday weekend.  Acting press officer Superintendent Walter Henderson and Officer-in-Charge of Traffic Superintendent Jeremy Henfield, along with a team of officers held a press briefing at the…
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CCC stages peaceful Protest outside GBPC

SPEAKING OUT – The Coalition for Concerned Citizens (CCC) staged a peaceful demonstration outside the Grand Bahama Power Company Headquarters on Wednesday, April 17, airing their concerns regarding the high cost of electricity. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Members of the Coalition of Concerned Citizens (CCC) and supporters gathered outside of the Emera Grand Bahama Power Company’s (GBPC) Headquarters, yesterday – Wednesday, April 17 – for a peaceful protest, expressing their continued concerns with the high cost of electricity among other issues. The Coalition, during the protest, alleged that the GBPC’s regulator, the…
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DNA Leader Komolafe laments national economic difficulties

ADDRESS — Democratic National Alliance Leader Arinthia Komolafe addressed Rotary Club of Freeport Members during a recent weekly meeting. (Photo: Jenneva Russell)

Leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA), Arinthia Komolafe, painted a gloomy picture of the economy of Grand Bahama and the rest of the country while bringing remarks as the key guest of the Rotary Club of Freeport recently. She pointed out though that the increasing ease to do business is positive. She likened the…
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$5,000 for young entrepreneur

WINNER — Michael Johnson (second from left), was named the winner of this year’s Marco City ‘Down 2 Business’ competition. Pictured from left to right are: Kendal Culmer, Chief Councillor, Local Government; Johnson; Toshyia Francois, ‘Down 2 Business’ Coordinator, Marco City; Caline Newton, Competition Judge, ‘Down 2 Business’; Yvette O’Conno, Competition Judge, ‘Down 2 Business’; and Michael Pintard, Member of Parliament, Marco City. (PHOTOS: MARCO CITY CONSTIUENCY OFFICE)

To the winner goes $5,000! The Marco City Constituency’s Second annual ‘Down 2 Business’ closing ceremony and was recently held at the Pelican Bay Resort, where young entrepreneur Michael Johnson was named the $5,000 winner of the entrepreneurial initiative spearheaded by the Member of Parliament for the constituency, Michael Pintard. The program is focused on…
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