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Vendors protesting three day closure

The management of the Port Lucaya Marketplace have allegedly scheduled a temporary closure of the Straw Market for cleaning and maintenance, during the arrival of a Carnival ship to the island, that is not sitting well with vendors. At left is a copy of the alleged memo, vendors said they received. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Picturesque beaches and the warm hospitality of the Bahamian people are key reasons cruise ship passengers love visiting the islands of The Bahamas. Lately, Straw and Craft vendors in the Port Lucaya Marketplace have desperately fought to earn a living and with visitor arrivals to Grand Bahama being very low, the announcement of the Carnival…
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Smith guilty of sexual assault

Anthony Kendric Smith was found guilty on two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse and one count of indecent assault in the Supreme Court on Tuesday afternoon. (PHOTO COURTESY OF DEREK CARROLL)

Anthony Kendric Smith was found guilty on two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse and one count of indecent assault in the Supreme Court on Tuesday afternoon. Smith was wanted last year, February 2016, by Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) officials for the above mentioned offences of three female minors, all under the age of 10.…
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Brazen bandit leaves ‘cheeky’ note

Store Manager, Cherise Butler displaying one of several similar items stolen, during the robbery at Prescription Parlour Pharmacy, EMR. (PHOTOS: SHARELL LOCKHART)

Prescription Parlour Pharmacy has been providing trusted, professional service to the West Grand Bahama community for the past 18 years, revealed Registered Pharmacist Natasha Smith, who sadly informed this daily that bandits burglarized the establishment this past Monday, July 17, 2017 forcing business operations to be significantly delayed. Carting off a wide cross section of…
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