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Closer links to US in drug fight

Closer links to US in drug fight THE Bahamas has recommended improved co-operation between the Caribbean and the United States in the fight against the trafficking of guns and narcotics throughout the region. C A Smith, Bahamas Ambassador to the United S

GRAND BAHAMA TARGETS LAW BREAKERS WHO DUMP WASTE

Freeport - Having just celebrated its fifth anniversary, the Keep Grand Bahama Clean organisation got a major boost when Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour again pledged his officers' full support in the fight against environmental cr

GRAND BAHAMA TARGETS LAW BREAKERS WHO DUMP WASTE

Freeport - Having just celebrated its fifth anniversary, the Keep Grand Bahama Clean organisation got a major boost when Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour again pledged his officers' full support in the fight against environmental cr

GRAND BAHAMA TARGETS LAW BREAKERS WHO DUMP WASTE

Freeport - Having just celebrated its fifth anniversary, the Keep Grand Bahama Clean organisation got a major boost when Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour again pledged his officers' full support in the fight against environmental cr

GRAND BAHAMA TARGETS LAW BREAKERS WHO DUMP WASTE

Freeport - Having just celebrated its fifth anniversary, the Keep Grand Bahama Clean organisation got a major boost when Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour again pledged his officers' full support in the fight against environmental cr

Grand Bahama targets law breakers who dump waste

Freeport - Having just celebrated its fifth anniversary, the Keep Grand Bahama Clean organisation got a major boost when Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour again pledged his officers' full support in the fight against environmental cr

We must fight to keep our religious symbols

EDITOR, The Tribune. Regarding the British government's diabolical decision to argue at the European Court of Human Rights that Christians do not have the right to wear a cross or crucifix openly at work: Religion is a part of man's being and essence and

We must fight to keep our religious symbols

EDITOR, The Tribune. Regarding the British government's diabolical decision to argue at the European Court of Human Rights that Christians do not have the right to wear a cross or crucifix openly at work: Religion is a part of man's being and essence and

CITIZENS JOIN FORCES TO CLEAN UP ENVIRONMENT

FREEPORT: In their fight to protect Grand Bahamas' natural beauty, the Keep Grand Bahama Clean (KGBC) Committee has been joined by a cadre of exceptional 'green citizens' throughout the residential and business communities, and civic organisations, who ar

POLICE PRAISED FOR DRUG SEIZURES

POLICE PRAISED FOR DRUG SEIZURES By DENISE MAYCOCK Tribune Freeport Reporter dmaycock@tribunemedia.net FREEPORT - National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest commended police on Grand Bahama for seizing millions of dollars worth of illegal drugs and fir

Shame brought on by clash

Shame brought on by clash EDITOR, The Tribune. The Tribune and The Nassau Guardian recently reported a clash between members of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and the Free National Movement (FNM) in the House of Assembly. Both papers spoke about t

Shame brought on by clash

Shame brought on by clash EDITOR, The Tribune. The Tribune and The Nassau Guardian recently reported a clash between members of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and the Free National Movement (FNM) in the House of Assembly. Both papers spoke about t

Don't stifle debate

EDITOR, The Tribune. Regarding the Reuters article "Israel moves to outlaw use of Nazi symbols", January 11, 2012: The Israeli parliamentary initiative to eliminate all signs and symbols of the holocaust from man's consciousness via criminal law seems to

Don't stifle debate

EDITOR, The Tribune. Regarding the Reuters article "Israel moves to outlaw use of Nazi symbols", January 11, 2012: The Israeli parliamentary initiative to eliminate all signs and symbols of the holocaust from man's consciousness via criminal law seems to

EMBASSY OFFICER LOOKS TO BUILD TIES WITH BUSINESS

FREEPORT - "We're very much oriented towards building business ties," said the US Embassy's economic officer Kyle Hatcher during his first official trip to Grand Bahama. "Part of my portfolio is to do outreach as much as I can outside of Nassau. Freeport

Committee aims to tackle trafficking

By Kathryn Campbell Bahamas Information Services THE Inter-Ministerial committee appointed to review the United States Government's 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report on The Bahamas and to make recommendations on these matters to Cabinet held its i

Committee aims to tackle trafficking

By Kathryn Campbell Bahamas Information Services THE Inter-Ministerial committee appointed to review the United States Government's 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report on The Bahamas and to make recommendations on these matters to Cabinet held its i

Committee aims to tackle trafficking

By Kathryn Campbell Bahamas Information Services THE Inter-Ministerial committee appointed to review the United States Government's 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report on The Bahamas and to make recommendations on these matters to Cabinet held its i

Committee aims to tackle trafficking

By Kathryn Campbell Bahamas Information Services THE Inter-Ministerial committee appointed to review the United States Government's 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report on The Bahamas and to make recommendations on these matters to Cabinet held its i

Committee aims to tackle trafficking

By Kathryn Campbell Bahamas Information Services THE Inter-Ministerial committee appointed to review the United States Government's 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report on The Bahamas and to make recommendations on these matters to Cabinet held its i