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Cruise line death “fall”

Carnival Elation

An American male remains in police custody, this daily learned, assisting local authorities with investigations into what law enforcement officers described as a “sudden death” abroad the Carnival Elation on the morning of Friday, January 19. The cruise, was en route to The Bahamas from Florida that morning, when an American female reportedly fell to…
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Bahamas Customs to celebrate 29th International Customs Day

CUSTOMS DAY – Gregory Jones, Revenue Superintendent and Larry Bodie Superintendent of Bahamas Customs announced plans and activities for International Customs Day that will be celebrated this month. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Bahamas Customs Department held a press briefing on Monday, January 22, 2018 at the C. A. Smith Building announcing activities to be conducted in honor of the 29th Annual International Customs Day. Gregory Jones, Bahamas Customs Department Revenue Superintendent revealed that the World Customs Organization (WCO) is keen on the security of the business environment…
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GBPC installs the ‘JACK’

The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is enforcing its commitment to good customer service with the installation of a Justified Automatic Customer Kiosk (JACK). GBPC Customer Service Agent, Bree Munnings demonstrates how to use the kiosk. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is enforcing its commitment to good customer service with the installation of a Justified Automatic Customer Kiosk (JACK). Representatives from the GBPC spoke to this daily regarding the improvements being made at the company to help create positive experiences for their customers on Friday (January 19) at the company’s…
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Smith’s Point residents’ input vital to the sea wall completion

ENGINEER’S INSIGHT – Acting Deputy Director of Public Works in the Ministry of Works Robert Mouzas (at podium), senior engineer said the technical team has arrived at a strategic point where feedback from residents is vital in the completion of the project. Mouzas also shared three options for completion, which he said residents can choose from. (PHOTO: Jaimie smith)

While tremendous work has been completed on the much needed seawall for the Smith’s Point community, Acting Deputy Director of Public Works in the Ministry of Works Robert Mouzas, senior engineer said the technical team has arrived at a strategic where feedback from residents is vital in the completion of the project. Mouzas, who was…
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