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    • Eleven Cubans apprehended
      Bahamas Department of Immigration (BDI) continues its fight against illegal migration, revealed Naphtali Cooper, BDI Officer noting 11 Cuban immigrants were apprehended by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and handed over to BDI officers on Wednesday, September 19. According to Cooper, “BDI officers proceeded to the Lucayan Harbour to rendezvous with USCG Margaret Norvell, who handed over 11 Cuban male Continue Reading...
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    • Jonquel Jones speaks to Bosnia decision
      Grand Bahama native Jonquel Jones, recently made the decision to play for Bosnia with the approval of the Bahamas Basketball Federation and its president, Charles “Softly” Robins, who said he understood Jones’ situation. Following the publication of this daily’s Sport Scope on Thursday, September 20 – written by the Managing Editor and General Manager Fred Sturrup – revealing Jones’ decision, much Continue Reading...
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    • Multi-million dollar fire station officially opened
      Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas Dr. Hubert A. Minnis and Minister of National Security Marvin Dames traveled to Grand Bahama to attend the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Official Opening Ceremony of the Sir Albert J. Miller Complex and Fire Station on Friday, September 21. The family of former RBPF Deputy Commissioner of Police, the late Sir Continue Reading...
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    • A Night Of Jazz paying tribute to HASB 2018 honourees
      The “super seven” honorees selected by HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB) to be recognized at its Third Annual Charity Concert, which was scheduled for Sunday, September 30 at the Church of the Ascension, but had to be cancelled will still be honored, said president of the organization Kevin Thompson-Delancy. Under the theme, HASB Honours 2018 – Sarah St. George, Fred Sturrup, Continue Reading...
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    • : Resolution a necessary, critical step in rescuing and renewing GB
      Opening the highly publicized debate on the resolution for the Government of The Bahamas to borrow $35 million for the purchase of the Grand Lucayan Resort, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, revealed in the House of Assembly yesterday – Thursday, September 20 – morning, that the government’s decision to purchase the mega resort property is in the best interest of Continue Reading...
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    • Cooling Waters, Rev. Simeon Outten to headline
      The Church of God of Prophecy (COGOP) District Men’s Ministry will host a Grand Gospel Concert on Sunday, September 23 beginning 7:30 p.m. at COGOP Pinedale, Eight Mile Rock featuring Rev. Simeon Outten and the New Life Band, the Bahama Brass Band and the Fabulous Cooling Waters. Bishop Joseph L. Hall, District Men’s Ministry Director, who recently was appointed to Continue Reading...
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