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    • Marco City PLP celebrate Stalwart Councillors
      Leaders of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Marco City Branch, held a celebratory dinner for 60 stalwart councillors under the theme, ‘A Night of Love.’ Branch Chairman, Keitron Meadows and his team hosted the dinner at the headquarters on Friday, March 15 with free admission. The stalwarts were served a four-course meal, noted Meadows, just to show appreciation and love, Continue Reading...
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    • BTVI Grand Bahama participate in TVET Day
      Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd feels technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is the “most critical need in the country. “Were it not for technicians, society would come to a halt,” said Minister Lloyd recently during a TVET Day ceremony held at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) in New Providence. “It is regrettable that as the foundation Continue Reading...
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    • GBPC ‘very concerned’ for public, workforce safety
      Staff Writer, FN News Desk While power is being restored to the fast food restaurants, including Burger King, KFC and Pollo Tropical – owned by the Cooper family – “electricity diversions” investigations by the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) continue. The fast food restaurants’ electricity supply was disconnected on Wednesday, March 13 as a result of GBPC’s investigation findings, which Continue Reading...
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    • Leaders lack successive  planning goals
      “I think if we look back over the decades of leadership in The Bahamas, you will see those things that did not happen in strong leadership,” said former Deputy Leader of the Free National Movement (FNM), Loretta Butler-Turner. As this daily’s exclusive interview series with the once second most powerful force in the FNM continues, Butler-Turner speaks candidly to the need for Continue Reading...
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    • Pageant beauties ‘Rock their Socks’
      Crown Her and Crown Him Productions under the leadership of Dominic Russell, held a photoshoot paying tribute to The Beacon School and individuals affected by Down Syndrome. The photoshoot was held on March 17, on Taino Beach where Russell and the beauty queens dressed in all white, wore mix coloured socks to bring awareness of such an important day, World Continue Reading...
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    • Williams walks away a free man
      The murder trial of Christopher Hield concluded after 5:00 p.m. Thursday (March 21), with one of the two men charged walking away free and the other found guilty of manslaughter. Lorenzo Pritchard and Renaldo Williams were on trial for the October 2016 murder of Hield outside a night club in Abaco. The case was heard in the Supreme Court, where Continue Reading...
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