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Traffic fatalities continue to be major concern for the RBPF

DEADLY MISHAPS – The high number of traffic fatalities throughout the country in 2018 continues to be a major concern for police, said Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson during his press briefing on Tuesday, January 8.(PHOTO: TFN FILES)

The high number of traffic fatalities throughout the country in 2018 continues to be a major concern for police, said Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson during his press briefing on Tuesday, January 8. Recognizing a notable increase in traffic related deaths last year when compared to 2017, Ferguson said that an assessment was undertaken and…
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2019 Legal Year officially opened in Grand Bahama

LEGAL YEAR OPENS – A special service to mark the opening of the 2019 Legal Year for the Northern Region was held on Friday, January 11 at the Pro Cathedral of Christ the King. In attendance were Justices, Magistrates and members of the Bahamas Bar Association. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The pews at the Pro Cathedral of Christ the King were filled to capacity Friday (January 11) morning, as the legal fraternity along with various members of the clergy, staff and students from both public and private schools assembled for the official start the 2019 Northern Region Legal Year. Justices, magistrates, members of the Bar…
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Police training is paramount, says Top Cop

ANNUAL CRIME REPORT – Senior police officials in Grand Bahama, along with media personnel and members of the clergy gathered in the conference room of the Gerald Bartlett Police Complex Tuesday (January 8) morning, joining their counterparts in New Providence for the annual crime report and statistics, presented by the Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson and his executive team. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

With a combined partnership with the public, local and international counterparts and extensive training for members of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, Commissioner of Police (COP) Anthony Ferguson expressed this past Tuesday (January 8) that particular emphasis has and will continue to take precedence in the fight against crime in the country. During the press…
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Residents commemorate Majority Rule Day

SPECIAL SERVICE – An Ecumenical Service was held in observance of Majority Rule on Thursday, January 10 at the Pro Cathedral of Christ the King. Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest along with other government officials including H.E C.A. Smith Deputy G.G. joined freedom fighters for the event. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Remembrance, resolution and repentance were words residents should embrace, said Canon Norman Lightbourne, rector of Pro- Cathedral of Christ the King, during his address at the Annual Majority Rule Ecumenical Service Thursday (January 10) morning. “Today, we set aside time to thank God for his loving kindness and tender mercy,” said Lightbourne. “I believe that…
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