Due to political unrest and violence in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas has temporarily ceased all deportations to that country. The decision follows the temporary closure of The Bahamas Embassy in Port-au-Prince ...

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The Government of The Bahamas temporarily halts deportations to Haiti and more...

The Government of The Bahamas temporarily halts deportations to Haiti


Due to political unrest and violence in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas has temporarily ceased all deportations to that country.

The decision follows the temporary closure of The Bahamas Embassy in Port-au-Prince and the recall of all diplomatic and consular staff.

In anticipation of a potential increase of illegal migration from Haiti, Bahamian security forces have been placed on high alert...
   
 


Bahamas 3-Day Weather Forecast for Sat. Feb. 16


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This is a public forecast today and tonight Saturday 16th February 2019

General situation: A weak ridge will support mostly stable conditions across the country today.

All areas Weather: Partly to mostly sunny and warm today. Fair and mid tonight...
   
 


Car Boot Sale for the Grand Bahama Humane Society


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Support the Grand Bahama Humane Society at the Car Boot Sale at the Garden of the Groves this Sunday, Feb. 17. 2019 from 12 noon to 2:30 pm.

Have things lying around the house that you would love to see go to a new home?
There are a few boot spots left, book yours now. Contact the Society or Caraline Holding to reserve a space. 242-352-2477 or 373-1611..
   
 


St. Anne's Students Welcome the Governor General at School Assembly


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It was a treat this morning when children of St. Anne's School received a visit from Governor General, Her Excellency the Most Hon. Dame Marguerite Pindling at the school's assembly.  The Governor General visited to honour two students: BreAnn Ferguson and Caden Smith, both founders of charitable movements -- 'BreAnn's Care Closet' through which every student is assisted in being properly uniformed to meet the new school year; and Caden's 'Bahamas Red Nose Day Foundation' to help eradicate hunger in the community.  The Governor General spoke to the children about good rules for life, asking them to Seek Wisdom, Be Gentle in Words and Actions, Invest in Engaging with Good Friends, and Show Love...
   
 


Central Eleuthera, Palmetto Point National Arts Festival Performances


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Central Eleuthera High School Students perform during E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival adjudicates on February 8, 2019.

Central Eleuthera High School student Wadainya Weinbuger sings "A Million Dreams" Her strong performance garnered her a 95 out of 100 score in her genre; Students Kayneisha Cooper (left) and Hadassah Lockhart dance to Julien Believe's "Goin' Down on Bay,"; Deputy Head Boy Donovan Cooper beats out a drum solo that scored an impressive 92 out of 100 in his genre; Kayneisha Cooper dances to the gospel song "King of Glory" and Shawnae Bethel and Mya Rolle sing "Noel."  Their harmonious performance garnered a 90 out of 100 score in their genre...
   
 


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