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Police make drug arrest at Coco Cay, Berry Islands

NASSAU, BAHAMAS  – Police in the Berry Islands arrested a male for possession of dangerous drugs on Sunday, Feb. 24.... read more »

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C.W. Sawyer mould issue rectified, but parents still wary

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – While the C.W. Sawyer Primary School reopened on Monday after closing last week due to a reported... read more »

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Sybil Strachan Primary to reopen today following confirmed reports of scabies

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Following a scabies outbreak last week, teachers and students at the Sybil Strachan Primary School on Carmichael... read more »

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BUT mostly pleased, but still concerned about mold testing results

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – President of the Bahamas Union of Teachers, Belinda Wilson, on Monday expressed that while she is mostly... read more »

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BUT relieved AF Adderley repairs finally completed

NASSAU, BAHAMAS –  After a decade of ongoing repairs at the A.F. Adderley Junior High School, Bahamas Union of Teachers... read more »

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BUT’s attempts to tour CH Reeves thwarted

NASSAU, BAHAMAS –  President of The Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT), Belinda Wilson, accompanied by union members, on Wednesday attempted... read more »

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Italian Bahamian community donates to Yellow Elder Primary

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Honorary Consul General for Italy to The Bahamas, Alberto G. Suighi presented Pamela Armaly, principal, Yellow Elder... read more »

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BGOA donates $36k to students

The Bahamas Gaming Operators Association (BGOA) made the dreams of three young Bahamians a reality for the start of the... read more »

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IL Cares Foundation spreads back-to-school cheer

Island Luck (IL) Cares Foundation hosted a back-to-school giveaway in Grand Bahamas Friday, to help supply less fortunate students with... read more »

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First day of school a success for police

Traffic police in New Providence put their new speedometers to the test Monday morning, as thousands of motorists made their... read more »

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Schools not ready for new year; teachers sit out at A. F. Adderley

While most public school campuses were up and running Monday, two schools were still construction zones. A.F. Adderley Junior High and... read more »

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Students excited for new school year

As the first day of school commenced on Monday, parents and students alike exhibited their enthusiasm as they entered new... read more »

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Private school enrollment up despite VAT increase

Private school administrators on Monday said the recent increase in value-added tax (VAT) has not affected this year’s enrollment. Back... read more »

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PM visits Family Island schools on first day

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis paid a visit to schools on the Islands of Exuma and San Salvador on the... read more »

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PM assesses fire damage at Rum Cay All-age School

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis toured the Rum Cay All-Age School today, September 3, 2018 for a full assessment on the recent... read more »

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Thompson joins GB primary school students on campus during first day of school

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — Minister of State for Grand Bahama, Senator Kwasi Thompson was up early on Monday morning and... read more »

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Trinity Methodist gives back in a big way

Over 430 dinners, 200 backpacks filled with school supplies and some 200 bags of grocery were disseminated to less fortunate... read more »

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School opens today

Thousands head back to the classroom Thousands of public school students and teachers return to the classroom for the 2018-2019... read more »

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Fire delays opening of school in Rum Cay

A government delegation is headed to Rum Cay today to conduct an independent investigation a fire that erupted in the... read more »

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Corporate and civic organizations help ready inner city kids for school today

Numerous  civic and community organizations held back-to-school events throughout New Providence, to help as best they could hundreds of less... read more »