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    • Benefit concert to celebrate local community activist set for Nov. 23
      Two of Nassau’s hottest bands, Visage and Vice-Versa, are set to host a benefit concert to celebrate one of Freeport’s most renowned community activists, singers and bankers, Minerva Kemp-McIntosh. “This is My Story, this is My Song: An Evening of Music, Storytelling and Good Old-Fashioned Fun,” will showcase the life of an exemplary Grand Bahamian on Friday, November 23 at Continue Reading...
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    • COGOP District Men’s Ministry to honour first appointed leader for GB
      The District Men’s Ministry of the Church of God of Prophecy (COGOP) is set to host a service of appreciation on Wednesday, November 14 in honour of Lay Minister Kenneth Basden at the Hawksbill, COGOP beginning at 7:30 p.m. According to Derek Stubbs, District Men’s Ministry spokesman, Basden served as the first appointed District Men’s Leader for Grand Bahama, under Continue Reading...
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    • Four car collision sends two to Rand
      A four-car collision Sunday (November 11) night resulted in two males being hospitalized. Shortly around 9:00 this daily received information about the collision involving several vehicles on West Sunrise Highway. When the team arrived one ambulance was already on scene, with officers from the Traffic Division speaking with victims involved in the crash and attempting to divert traffic from the Continue Reading...
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    • Jubilee Cathedral’s Homecoming Anniversary activity touches lives
      Sixteen hundred people were fed last week, November 5-9, through Jubilee Cathedral’s Breakfast Food Drive, which was one of several activities held in observance of the church’s 20th Homecoming Anniversary. While the week-long events concluded with a banquet that honoured some 24 long-serving members of the church and held an ‘old fashioned’ church service on Sunday, November 11, for the leadership Continue Reading...
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    • Colebrooke wanted in connection with recent $1.3m drug seizure
      Police in Grand Bahama are looking for 57-year-old David Arlington Colebrooke and they are appealing for the public’s assistance. Colebrooke is wanted in connection to the recent $1.3 million drug seizure that occurred on Tuesday, October 30, according to law enforcement officers. In a report on Monday, November 12, Police and Public Affairs and Communication Officer (PACO), ASP Terecita Pinder Continue Reading...
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    • Ministers meet with EU and OECD to discuss ending tax watchlist for The Bahamas
      The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, K. Peter Turnquest, led a delegation to Brussels and Paris last week, for frank discussions with high ranking officials within the European Commission and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on The Bahamas’ compliance with international standards on tax governance. Accompanying the Deputy Prime Minister are the Minister of Financial Continue Reading...
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