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    • Recruitment exercises high agenda item for the RBPF
      Recruitment is high on the Royal Bahamas Police Force’s (RBPF) agenda, said Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle, during his annual report for 2020, Monday (January 18). Rolle noted that while the Force presently stands at 3,570 strong in terms of active officers throughout the archipelago, inclusive of police reserves, that number will soon decrease as many uniformed officers are expected to Continue Reading...
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    • Officers transferred as COP begins restructuring the RBPF
      Restructuring of the leadership within the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) will take place throughout the country, inclusive of here, in the Northern Bahamas District, according to Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle. Rolle made the announcement during his annual Police Report via live stream on Monday, January 18. “I am in the process of restructuring the Force and a number Continue Reading...
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    • GBPA makes donation of electronic items for students from East End
      The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) recently made a special presentation of electronic tablets to three government learning institutions, to assist students of East Grand Bahama, who were forced to relocate to Freeport following the passage of Hurricane Dorian.  Principal and Senior Mistress of Sir Jack Hayward Junior High, Joyannne Pennerman, and Remelda Thomas respectively, accepted the donation on behalf Continue Reading...
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    • Justin Seymour back in court on attempted abduction charge
      Four days after he was arraigned on two counts of attempted child stealing, 24-year-old Justin Seymour was back before the court on Friday, January 15. He was once again charged with attempting to abduct a child. Seymour, appearing before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson in Freeport Magistrate’s court #1, did so without legal representation. On his first appearance on Tuesday, Continue Reading...
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    • PM: Nation’s COVID-19 situation good generally
      The chief executive of the country is pleased with the decline of positive COVID-19 cases. He said as much during his national address on Tuesday, January 12. “In terms of the COVID-19 virus, our situation remains generally good at this time,” according to the nation’s chief, Dr. Hubert Minnis, Minister of Finance. Referring to the country’s latest numbers of the Continue Reading...
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    • Rolle looking to February for FBC phase 1 opening
      The Falcons’ Boys Club Community Center is well on its way to a phased opening, beginning next month. According to FBC Director Darrin Rolle, while progress on the construction of the building was a bit delayed due to Hurricane Dorian (September 2019), and the COVID-19 pandemic, he is hopeful to have the first phase opening take place in February. Located Continue Reading...
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