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Two lose life in traffic mishaps

ASP TERECITA PINDER

Tragedy has struck on the streets of Abaco and Grand Bahama in two separate incidents, which took place three days apart, revealed Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Public Affairs and Communications Officer (PACO) Assistant Superintendent of Police Terecita Pinder on Sunday, July 15. The first traffic fatality involved a driver and a pedestrian on Queen…
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Kosha designs feature Iconic Bahamian colloquialisms

CULTURAL DESIGNS – Lavaren and Letitia Glass of Kosha Ltd. unveil new designs for their Gimme My Culture Streetwear Collection just in time for the 45th Independence Celebrations. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Gimme My Culture! Street Wear Collection by Kosha Ltd. showcases brilliant, bold graphic designs that feature iconic Bahamian colloquialisms such as “Well Muddos” and “Solid,” which proves impressive to the savvy, sophisticated and style conscious across Grand Bahama, the Bahama Islands and worldwide. LaVaren Glass, Kosha Ltd. Co-owner and Creative Director revealed that with…
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Commonwealth Boxing heroes receive warranted salute

COMMONWEALTH SALUTE – Four of The Bahamas boxing pioneers were honored at this past Thursday’s Commonwealth Boxing Salute. Pictured left to right are Jermain “Choo Choo” Mackey, left, Ray Minus Jr., Senator Kwasi Thompson, Steve Larrimore and Gomeo Brennan. Mackey, Minus Jr., Larrimore and Brennan were recognized for their pioneering accomplishments in the ring. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Four extraordinary Bahamian boxing icons were the recipients of much deserved love and recognition thanks to the Bahamas Boxing Commission (BBC), Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association (GBSPA) and Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA). This past Thursday, July 12, four of The Bahamas’ pioneers in the sport of boxing - Gomeo Brennan, Ray Minus Jr., Steve…
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$16k equipment, supplies donation for ROYO

OFF-LOADING THE TRAILER – Reach Out Youth Organization received a generous donation of over $16,000 worth of equipment and supplies for its upcoming Summer Camp from the Whitten Baptist Church at the organization’s community center on Wednesday (July 11). Volunteers are pictured off-loading the trailer at the center’s site. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Reach Out Youth Organization received a generous donation of over $16,000 worth of equipment and supplies for its upcoming Summer Camp from the Whitten Baptist Church at the organization’s community center on Wednesday (July 11). Dudley Seide, Founder of ROYO called the donation a blessing. “We met these folks about a month ago and they…
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