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Royal Caribbean Donates 20 Laptops to National Training Agency

Royal Caribbean International has donated 20 laptops to the National Training Agency (NTA), helping to boost tools as the world’s... read more »

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IL Cares Foundation donates $5,000 for sick child’s surgery

The IL Cares Foundation yesterday donated $5,000 to assist Kenniyah Rolle, 9, to get the surgery she needs to save... read more »

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Pairing the old with the young

Scores of Sadie Curtis Primary School students, teachers and administration were paired with the elderly at Pat Moxey’s Senior Citizen’s... read more »

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Cabinet green lights MARCO Alert system

U.S. firm engage to rollout system platform National Security Minister Marvin Dames confirmed to Eyewitness News Online that Cabinet has... read more »

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Restview steps in to assist teen with burying his mother

Funeral home spokesperson: “We just wanted them to have some closure” NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium, on... read more »

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Teen seeks assistance to bury his mother

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Nearly two months after Dianne Morgan was killed in a hit-and-run accident on February 25, 2019, her... read more »

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Flamingo Gardens to be 10th Urban Renewal Centre

NASSAU, The Bahamas – Flamingo Gardens is on schedule to become the tenth Urban Renewal location in New Providence. Minister of... read more »

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PM pledges $1K annually to Gambier Primary’s top student

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced on Friday that he will donate $1,000 annually to the top... read more »

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GG visits Cat Island

Leader of the Opposition, Philip Brave Davis, is seen here receiving Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling at the New Bight... read more »

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Arawak Cay Manager: Long Wharf  Beach events giving Arawak Cay a bad name

NASSAU, BAHAMAS– As Arawak Cay and the Long Wharf Beach is a popular location for cooler fetes, beach parties, cookouts... read more »

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Child Protection Council Chairman commends public, police on abduction arrests

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Chairman of the National Child Protection Council, Bishop Arnold Josey told Eyewitness News on Sunday that he... read more »

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Wells promises update on post office relocation today

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Minister with responsibility for local government Renward Wells is expected to provide an update on the relocation... read more »

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Report on establishing NP Local Government completed

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The report on whether local government should be established in New Providence has been completed and is... read more »

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At-risk teen said he could have shared murdered student’s fate

Hope Center founder: Where is the investment in keeping students out of prison?   NASSAU, BAHAMAS 0 “That could have... read more »

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Environmentalists concerned about terms of Lighthouse Point HOA

Says HOA reveals project is larger and potentially more damaging than previously described   NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Environmental groups BREEF,... read more »

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Phase one of RBPF’s ShotSpotter launched in NP

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) officially launched its multi-million-dollar ShotSpotter technology yesterday in New Providence, which... read more »

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Campbell admonishes parents to be more responsive to child protection efforts

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, Frankie Campbell, recently admonished parents, guardians and communities across The... read more »

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Campbell urges parents to pay more attention to their children

600 child sexual abuse cases between 2015 and 2018   NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Amid a series of abductions and other... read more »

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Bishop pushes for stiffer gun penalties, phycological profiling

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Following a spate of gun-related violence that transpired in the New Providence in recent weeks, Bishop Simeon... read more »

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GB electrician says license was used without his knowledge

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Michael Neymour Sr., the man reportedly at the heart of a police investigation involving the alleged theft... read more »