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Brazen bandit leaves ‘cheeky’ note

Store Manager, Cherise Butler displaying one of several similar items stolen, during the robbery at Prescription Parlour Pharmacy, EMR. (PHOTOS: SHARELL LOCKHART)

Prescription Parlour Pharmacy has been providing trusted, professional service to the West Grand Bahama community for the past 18 years, revealed Registered Pharmacist Natasha Smith, who sadly informed this daily that bandits burglarized the establishment this past Monday, July 17, 2017 forcing business operations to be significantly delayed. Carting off a wide cross section of…
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Burrows: Unity must be at the forefront for all Bahamians

Rev. Dr. Elvis Burrows (left) reminded fellow Bahamians, “we need God now more than ever before, so that we can begin to enjoy peace, protection and prosperity.” (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Unity must be at the forefront for all Bahamians, Rev. Dr. Elvis Burrows told those attending the island’s Independence Day Ecumenical Service on Independence Park, recently. Speaking to the event’s theme, ‘One God, One people, One Bahamas,’ Rev. Burrows, senior pastor at Central Zion Baptist Church, Eight Mile Rock said that in order for this…
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Minister discusses plans to bolster cultural activities

Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard; Assistant Director of Culture, Dereka Grant and Cultural Affairs Officer, Monique Leary hosted an Artists and Artisan Practitioners Forum at Bishop Michael Eldon Auditorium this past Saturday, July 15, 2017 informing attendees on plans underway to bolster cultural activities that is expected to benefit The Bahamas. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF BUSTER LAING)

The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture hosted an Artists and Artisan Practitioners Forum at Bishop Michael Eldon Auditorium this past Saturday, July 15, 2017 informing attendees on plans underway to bolster cultural activities that are expected to benefit The Bahamas. Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard; Assistant Director of Culture, Dereka Grant…
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UB reintroduces CEES under new name

Leterah Munnings, CELEARN Assistant Director

Formerly referred to as the Continuing Education and Extension Services (CEES), the University of The Bahamas (UB) has reintroduced the program under the new name – the Centre for the Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning (CELEARN) – offering the same courses for persons interested in enhancing their career fields. During a recent Open House, local…
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