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Smith’s Point residents get first options for jobs

East Grand Bahama Member of Parliament and Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest has informed of plans for the seawall project in Smith’s Point to be expanded to provide vendor opportunities. PHOTO BY JENNEVA RUSSELL.

It has been emphasized that Smith’s Point residents will be first on the list for additional employment for the community sea wall. On Friday past, the Government of The Bahamas gave details of the continuation of the sea wall project under a new company and informed also that jobs will be available for residents of…
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Parenting Forum slated for Sept. 2

Yvonne Ward principal of Jack Hayward Senior High School (left) and Gia Walker, president of the Principals and Vice Principals Association ( right) outlined the plans and agenda for a free parenting workshop that is set for next month. (Photo: Jenneva Russell)

The Grand Bahama Principals and Vice Principals Association (GBPVPA) has planned for the inaugural Parenting Forum. The announcement came this past Friday (August 18) at a press conference in the C.A Smith Building in the Ministry of Education’s Resource Center. The forum will be held on Saturday September 2, 2017, at the Jack Hayward Senior…
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Female teens among list of missing persons released by police

Emmanuel Sandokan Miller (left) and Charome Green

Police are seeking the public’s help in locating several missing persons. The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) released a list on Wednesday, August 16 with details, including descriptions and last seen date, of the individuals who they need to find. According to police, family members continue to bombard their telephones with calls for the latest…
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Bonefishing Conference geared to educating the public

Organizers of The Bahamas Bonefishing Conference encouraged all to participate in the upcoming two-day conference. Pictured from left to right are Jeffery Pinder, Senior Executive, Sustainable Tourism, Ministry of Tourism; Omeko Glinton, Bonefishing Guide, North Riding Point Lodge; Dr. David Philip, Chairman, Fisheries Conservation Foundation; Nuvolari Chotoosingh, Manager, Niche Markets and Maritime Tourism, MOT; Stan Glinton, Senior Bonefishing Guide, North Riding Point; Karenda Swain, Asst. Manager, Human Resources and Training, MOT and Elaine Smith, Product Development, MOT. (Photo: Jaimie Smith)

The Fisheries Conservation Foundation, based in Champaign, Illinois in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, H2O Grand Bahama and North Riding Point, Grand Bahama are embarking on an educational Bahamas Bonefish Conference in hopes of developing strategies, research and conservation methods of bonefish found in Bahamian waters. Nuvolari Chotoosingh, Manager Niche Markets and Maritime Tourism…
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