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    • Police probe circumstances
      Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) officers are conducting a probe, which led to the arrest of a man on Monday, July 24, 2017 who was discovered with a significant amount of cash and dangerous drugs in his possession. Reports from the RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office (PACO) indicate, “Shortly after 11:00 a.m. DEU officers, while Continue Reading...
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    • Parker-Edgecombe challenges graduates to be inspired by obstacles
      Under the theme, ‘Inspired to excel in a time of change’ 46 students of Bahamas Institute of Business and Technology (BIBT) received their diplomas at the Grand Lucayan Ballroom on Sunday afternoon, concluding their tertiary education at the learning institution. Family, friends and well wishers assembled in the ballroom which was filled to capacity to witness the graduates’ accomplishments. Serving Continue Reading...
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    • Advisor: Timing is everything when applying to college
      Carla Turnquest, President of College Ready Bahamas and Education USA Advisor told participants attending the Summer College Planning Workshop that students preparing to make application to higher learning institutions, post high school careers, must understand the importance of appropriate timing as it relates to deadlines and application submissions. Speaking to the students gathered at the Sir Charles Hayward Library Training Continue Reading...
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    • Goombay Summer Festival continues
      Every Thursday night, residents and visitors alike take the grounds of Taino Beach by storm to participate in everything that Grand Bahama Island’s Goombay Summer Festival has to offer. With an authentically Bahamian program ranging from conch and coconut cracking demonstrations, to guided nature walks, to a live Bahamian concert, Goombay Summer Festival appeals to a variety of age groups Continue Reading...
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    • BETA Camp sparks interest in science and technology
      Over 60 students between the ages of 11 through 14 participated in the Annual Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement (BETA) Summer Camp held last week at the Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Academy (MSSCA) school grounds. A first for the island, co-founder and president of BETA, Trenicka Rolle, revealed that it was decided to host the camp in Freeport, Continue Reading...
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    • Pilot Club partners with Police Summer Youth Camp to host Brainminders Safety Forum
      Summertime fun and frolic is in full swing for children enjoying their break from the classroom. Many children throughout the communities of Grand Bahama whose parents dare ensure that their sons and daughters participate in activities that require them to embrace the great outdoors are proud to watch them engage in a few popular pastimes away from all television, cellphone Continue Reading...
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