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    • Trio arraigned on multiple charges
      Three male suspects were hauled into the Magistrate Court yesterday, to answer a number of charges, including Attempted Murder, Grievous Harm and Assault with a Firearm with the Intent to Endanger Life – levied against them. The charges are in connection with two of the island’s recent shootings. According to court information, Tony Jamaal Smith, 31, of Hearne Lane and Continue Reading...
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    • Pineridge MP and corporate GB partner to assist single mother
      Member of Parliament (MP) for Pineridge, Rev. Frederick McAlpine, announced Monday (April 23) morning that due to the large number of persons that are in need throughout the community of Grand Bahama, a number of local contractors as well as others who are compelled to assist those facing trying times through the Pineridge Community Outreach initiative. McAlpine and others are Continue Reading...
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    • Residents get home repair assistance cheques
      Persons listed in Groups Two through Four in the Government’s Hurricane Roof Repair Programme received their cheques on Monday (April 23) at the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) conference room in the Regent Centre. The program was designed to assist persons whose roofs were damaged as a result of the last few hurricanes to hit the island. Hurricane Matthew struck Continue Reading...
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    • St. Paul’s garden reaping more than just a harvest
      Gardening teaches patience and helps a student learn that genuine labour, careful attention and trusting the elements does lead to a bountiful reward and certainly those involved in St. Paul’s Methodist College (St. PMC) Agricultural Science are reaping the benefits of this truth. Jeanette Austin, St. PMC Agricultural Science Instructor started the Gardening Programme at the institution four years ago Continue Reading...
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    • Oban in GB for “long haul” say officials
      As controversy remain linked to the proposed $5.5 Billion Oban Energies, LLC project in East Grand Bahama and the nation eagerly awaits an Environmental Impact Assessment report, Oban officials say they are committed to see the development realized. In a press statement issued yesterday – Sunday, April 22 – Oban Energies officials assured they are on Grand Bahama for the Continue Reading...
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    • Police investigating third shooting in less than a week
      Officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) recorded yet another shooting incident in Grand Bahama on Sunday (April 22), which is the third in less than a week. Despite RBPF Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Samuel Butler and officers of the Northern Bahamas District continuing to apply unwavering pressure on the criminal element and remaining committed on ensuring Grand Continue Reading...
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