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    • Downed utility lines vexing problem
      Freeport Ridge resident, Dr. Alfred Brathwaite claimed that he shared his frustrations with both the Grand Bahama Power Company Ltd. (GBPC) and the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) in regards to hanging utility lines, improper maintenance of an easement as well as other concerns with the Freeport News’ Team yesterday – Monday, August 20. Annoyed by the seemingly lackadaisical response Continue Reading...
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    • Pintard: Use your platform to lead
      How Toastmasters can best use their platform to lead was the focus of Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources and Member of Parliament for Marco City, Michael Pintard’s discussion of Saturday (August 18), when he addressed members of the club during the installation ceremony of the organization’s officers at the Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) Hall. The minister stated that Continue Reading...
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    • GB govt. schools ready for new school season 
      The government educational system in Grand Bahama is prepared for the start of the new school year. Ivan Butler, District Superintendent, West Grand Bahama and Bimini provided inside information with this daily, during an exclusive interview on Sunday. He declared that public schools on the island of Grand Bahama would be ready for the September 3 reopening, and accordingly the 2018/2019 Continue Reading...
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    • Northern Bahamas Division DEU officers make arrest, confiscate illegal firearms 
      The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) of The Northern Bahamas Division made key arrests over the weekend. According to a report, “due to swift, formulated action over the weekend, there was the arrest of one male for the possession of dangerous drugs in one incident and the discovery of ammunition and suspected marijuana in another case. Grand Bahama RBPF officials Continue Reading...
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    • Illegal migrants continue encroachment incidents 
      The problems with illegal migrants has been reinforced this year. There is a continuance of incidents in Bahamian waters. This was confirmed in a recent report. Immigration authorities made several arrests over the past two weeks relative to persons working illegally, illegal landing and the overstaying visitors’ status. Napthali Cooper, Bahamas Immigration Department Grade One Officer informed this daily of the incidents.   Continue Reading...
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    • V.O.P.E. highlights their own
      Vessels of Purpose Elite (V.O.P.E.) is a girls’ mentoring program, specifically open to young ladies residing in East Grand Bahama, that encourages them to maximize their true potential and realize that they are all fearfully and wonderfully made in the sight of God. Annually the group hosts a retreat during the month of August, where young ladies are exposed to Continue Reading...
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