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SPEAKING OUT – Rev. Robert Lockhart, president of the Grand Bahama Christian Council shared his thoughts on the recent homicides that took place on the holiday weekend. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Grand Bahama Christian Council (GBCC) president, Rev. Dr. Robert Lockhart yesterday, decried the senseless murders of two young men that occurred on the Easter Monday holiday at Xanadu Beach. Speaking to the media during a press conference Friday, April 6 at Calvary Temple Assemblies of God Church, Rev. Lockhart called the incident, “disheartening and disappointing.”…
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JONES TOWN TAKES

NEW ABLUM – Bahamian musician Kirkland ‘KB’ Bodie, recently released the first single on his upcoming solo album – Jones Town, Eight Mile Rock – which he shared was to pay homage to the tight knit community he called home, during his formative years of life. (PHOTO: TFN)

Bahamian musician Kirkland ‘KB’ Bodie, recently released the first single on his upcoming solo album – Jones Town, Eight Mile Rock – which he shared was to pay homage to the tight knit community he called home, during his formative years of life. Having been in the music industry for well over two decades, Bodie…
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Sustainable Development still a buzzword for many Bahamians, says DPM

ENVIRONMENTAL CONFERENCE – The Sustainable Grand Bahama Conference hosted by the University of The Bahamas got under on Thursday, April 5 at the Grand Lucayan Resort.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest delivered the keynote address at the University of The Bahamas Northern Campus Sustainable Grand Bahama Conference on Thursday, April 5 at the Grand Lucayan Resort. Engaging in a robust conversation surrounding the conference theme, “Breaking Down Barriers Shaping the Future,” DPM Turnquest noted that despite…
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Davis accused of “telling stories”

PLP OPPOSITION Leader Philip “Brave” Davis

Following a scathing article published in Wednesday’s (April 4) Nassau Guardian, where Leader of Her Majesty’s Official Opposition, Phillip Davis, questioned “what is the Free National Movement (FNM) Government doing with the near $1.7 billion borrowed in its first 11 months,” Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance accused Davis of “misleading the…
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