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    • Wilson in different role, pledges to focus on interest of ‘poor man’
      Outspoken Bahamas Union of Teachers’ Belinda Wilson was on island this past a Thursday, in another portfolio. She is a member of the Price Control Commission ,and, travelled to Grand Bahama along with Commission Chairman Danny Sumner and other colleagues to participate in random price control initiative along with local inspectors, including Reno Smith, Chief Price Inspector here on the Continue Reading...
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    • BTVI President calls for more females in technology fields
      The Cisco 2019 Girls Power Tech Summit hosted by the Bahamas Technology & Vocational Institute (BTVI) on its campus on Friday, was well attended.  The event is a global mentoring program that inspires young women to pursue a career in the technology field. BTVI President Dr. Robert Robertson gave the official address during the ceremony. He informed that although women Continue Reading...
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    • GBPA customer service training program lauded
      At The Pelican Bay Resort on Thursday past, July 18, over 100 participants were exposed to a customer service training initiative spearheaded by the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), in consultation with VKR Insights, a communications firm. According to Glendia Sweeting, Business Development Officer, GBPA, and event coordinator: The ‘My Grand Bahama Campaign and Customer Service Training’ was established nearly Continue Reading...
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    • ‘Exposure’ summer camp adds to national sports landscape
      Promoter/sports enthusiast/ basketball scout David McPhee has put the final touches on a project he has been working on for quite some time. The First Annual Exposure Summer (Basketball) Camp is scheduled for August 22-24, at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium. The camp will cater to student/athletes ages 10-18. Registration will take place on August 7, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Continue Reading...
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    • Island’s fifth murder victim ID’d
      Grand Bahama’s fifth murder victim for the year was officially identified by police as 34-year-old David Albury. Assistant Superintendent of Police and Public Affairs and Communication Officer (PACO) Terecita Pinder, provided media with an update on Thursday (July 18) of fatal shooting incident that claimed the life of the young male resident. Albury’s death was as a result of a Continue Reading...
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    • COP commends GB officers on policing efforts
      Commissioner of Police (COP) Anthony Ferguson commended Grand Bahama’s law enforcement for its community policing efforts, during his 2019 mid-year address yesterday – Thursday, July 18 – via video conference at the Gerald Bartlett Police Headquarters. The Commissioner also encouraged members of the public, to continue to support local law enforcement. “Keep supporting Assistant Commissioner (Samuel) Butler and his officers Continue Reading...
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