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Three die in two-car collision

DEADLY CRASH – Three people – two males and a female – died in a two-car collision, late Monday (July 6) evening at the junction of Queen’s Highway and Windsor Drive, Bootle Bay, West End. Traffic police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the deadly crash.

A horrific two car collision resulted in the death of three Grand Bahamians shortly after 9:00 p.m. Monday (July 6) evening. The victims, all under the age of 40, succumbed to injuries at the tragic scene. While there has been no official identification by authorities, the victims are believed to be Marciano Morley, Roderick Pinder…
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Commissioner launches Tactical, Defensive Driving Course for Northern Bahamas units

TRAINING LAUNCHED – Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle launched the Tactical Training and Defensive Driving Course for some 60 officers in Grand Bahama Monday (July 6) morning, at the Albert Miller Police Complex. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Some 60 Grand Bahama and Northern Division officers will participate in a Tactical Training and Defensive Driving Course under the supervision of highly trained senior law enforcers, over the next several weeks. The program which got underway Monday (July 6) afternoon, was launched by the Commissioner of Police (COP) Paul Rolle. In attendance were RBPF officials,…
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Bartlett confirms decrease in testing for Coronavirus

TESTING DECREASED – The number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) tests administered to Grand Bahamians have decreased significantly, confirmed Dr. Frank Bartlett, head of the island’s COVID-19 Task Force. (PHOTO: TFN FILES)

The number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) tests administered to Grand Bahamians have decreased significantly, confirmed Dr. Frank Bartlett, head of the island's COVID-19 Task Force. In a recent – Wednesday, July 1 - exclusive interview with this daily, Dr. Bartlett admitted that while COVID- 19 testing still continues, “the number of tests being performed on Grand…
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PM sends stern warning to proprietors, citizens

STERN WARNING – The Emergency Power Orders which have been extended for a period of 14 days will not be taken lightly and those found in violation of any of the laws outlined, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, said Prime Minister Dr. Huberrt Minnis.

The Emergency Power Orders which have been extended for a period of 14 days will not be taken lightly and those found in violation of any of the laws outlined, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.  So, indicated Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis earlier this week. “Many individuals who would have…
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