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‘Bahamian Storytelling’ forum termed successful

The Sir Charles Hayward Library kicked off a month of activites this weekend that began with storytelling with  guest reader Levette Smith- Farrington (inset) and a number of fun arts and crafts.                          (Photos Jenneva Russell)

The “Bahamian Storytelling” forum at the Sir Charles Hayward Library on Saturday was well received.   The event kicked off Library Month and Librarian Shanreikah Faustin praised the work of students who participated. Faustin singled out for particular praise, Bartlett Hill Primary Teacher/Librarian Levette Smith-Farrington.   Faustin was especially impressed with the story of “Biggity…
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PLP accused of attempting to limit MPs’ right of speech

Bradley Roberts

Inside sources are accusing the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) of trying to muzzle its Members of Parliament and new candidates.   The Freeport News has been informed that at a high-powered meeting in New Providence, of PLP Members of Parliaments and candidates, it was strongly advocated that participation in talk shows be limited as…
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Minister for Grand Bahama salutes new GBCC president

Mick Holding is officially pinned as the new president to lead the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce by outgoing president Kevin Seymour during the Installation of officers and directors

The new leadership of the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce is quite appealing to the Minister for Grand Bahama.   At the official installation of the 2016/2017 officers and directors of Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce on Saturday evening was Minister for Grand Bahama, Hon. Dr. Michael Darville, who expressed satisfaction.   He said he…
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Dominicans discovered at resort near Bazaar

 Seven Dominican nationals were discovered at a local resort near the International Bazaar on Wednesday morning. The group was taken into custody by immigration officials

While on routine inspection, local Immigration officers stopped and questioned two Dominican nationals, which resulted in the apprehension of five other Dominicans staying at a local resort.   “The first two Dominican nationals were apprehended in the International Bazaar shortly after 1:00 p.m. Wednesday (February 1) as Bahamas Immigration officers were patrolling,” confirmed Napthali Cooper,…
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