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21st Annual Coconut Festival set Easter Monday in Pelican Point

FESTIVAL PLANS- The 21st Annual Coconut Festival is scheduled for this coming Easter Monday, April 22 in Pelican Point. Pictured from left Gay Antoine-Bowe, Administrator Eastern District, Cathy Laing Committee Chairperson, DPM K. Peter Turnquest, Elaine Smith MOTA Coordinator and RBPF ACP Samuel Butler.

The settlement of Pelican Point will come alive this coming holiday weekend. The 21st Annual Coconut Festival is set for this Easter Monday, April 22. Committee members held a press conference on Friday past, in Pelican Point, to share details on the upcoming event. Chairperson for the Coconut Festival Committee, Cathy Laing, predicted another exciting…
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Bail denied! Double Murder!

CHARGED—CDU Officer, Leviticus Wright (left)) escorted Terrance Rolle into the Freeport Magistrate Court on Monday April 15 where he was formally charged in connection with a double homicide that took place in February 2017. (Photo: Jenneva Russell)

No bail was given on Monday, to a man charged with double murder. The sitting magistrate explained that she was unable to grant bail and advised the defendant and his attorney to apply to the Supreme Court. Terrance Rolle (33) of 33 Sir Francis Point, Freeport, Grand Bahama was brought into the Garnet Levarity Centre…
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Free meal and food packages for residents in need

REACHING OUT TO THE COMMUNITY – Residents in the Sergeant Major Road area received free breakfast and groceries on Saturday, April 13 courtesy of New Horizon Worship Centre, Senior Pastor Karol Roache, the Women’s Ministry and members. (PHOTO: JUELANDA THOMPSON)

One hundred and fifty residents living in the Sergeant Major Road area were recipients of free breakfast and grocery items on Saturday, April 13, courtesy of New Horizon Worship Centre (NHWC). The giveaway was held at the Gladstone “Moon” McPhee Park, where families in need were welcomed to enjoy the sound of gospel music, while…
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Changes on the agenda says new BEMU Area Vice President

FRAZETTE GIBSON, new elected BEMU Area Vice-President and Kendris Hield, Vice-Principal of Jack Hayward Junior High School.

Senior Mistress at the Eight Mile Rock High School Frazette Gibson, was voted in as the new Bahamas Education Managerial Union (BEMU) Area Vice President for Grand Bahama following elections on Friday, April 12 at the Ministry of Education local office. Gibson spoke with this daily, sharing her plans for the future in the new…
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