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Storr pleads guilty to RBC break-in

Moses Storr Jr. pleads guilty to RBC break-in

Clad in a hooded camouflaged jacket, blue pants and black tennis, 35-year-old Moses Storr Jr., was hauled before Magistrate Charlton Smith in Freeport Magistrates Court #2, yesterday – Friday December 14 – to answer to a number of serious charges. Storr’s first arraignment was in connection with the December 7 break-in of Royal Bank of…
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GBPA’s ‘Turkey Drive’ to benefit hundreds

YULETIDE GREETINGS – Sarah St. George, Vice Chairman of the Grand Bahama Port Authority welcomed the representatives from the various charitable organizations, who received a donation from the company to assist them in their community efforts in time for Christmas. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Continuing to spread Christmas kindness throughout the island, the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), this year again, donated vouchers to several organizations on Thursday (December 13) at the company’s head office. Representatives from the Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs, The Salvation Army, Raybertha’s Home for the Elderly, A Home Away from Home; Central Home for the…
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Union tight lipped on line staff VSEPs

FROM LEFT Sen. Dion Foulkes, Minister of Labour, Michele Dorsett, President Commonwealth Union of Hotel Services and Allied Workers (centre), Michael Scott, Chairman of Lucayan Renewal Holdings Limited.

Amid reports of a dispute between managers of the Grand Lucayan Resort, represented by Obie Ferguson, President of the Bahamas Hotel Managerial Association (BHMA) and the board of Lucayan Renewals Holdings Ltd., (the special purpose vehicle established by the government earlier this year to overseeing of the Grand Lucayan Resort and identify a suitable buyer for…
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34 new firefighters join the ‘job’

NEW OFFICERS – The Royal Bahamas Police Force GB and Northern District held a graduation ceremony for a new Fire Squad that took place on Thursday, December 13 at the Gerald Bartlett Headquarters. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

After a 10-plus year hiatus, 34 firefighting recruits graduated yesterday – Thursday, December 13 – in Grand Bahama following six months of intense training. Minister of National Security, Marvin Dames and Commissioner of Police (COP) Anthony Ferguson traveled to Grand Bahama to join Assistant Commissioner of Police, Grand Bahama and Northern District, Samuel Butler and…
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