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September 14, 2011
Leadership training

University of Richmond freshman Philippa Carey truly learned what it means to be a leader at a crucial time in her life as she was making the transition from high school to college.  She spent 10 days exploring cities in Central Europe -- Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic as a participant in the Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC).  It was an experience she describes as life changing as she made new friends, was able to view firsthand architecture and culture she had only seen on television and, most importantly, learned what it really takes to become a leader from Muhamed Mesic, a 27-year-old lawyer and civil rights activist who was born in war-torn Bosnia.
From Mesic, whose childhood struggles prompted him to become more involved with civil and human rights and being a voice for those who didn't have one, she said she learned a leader always understands, always dares and always has fun.
"A leader is always knowledgeable about the cause that they are promoting," said Carey.  "A leader has formed a solid opinion and can defend it while ignoring all irrelevant arguments."
From Mesic she said she learned that a leader is also always able to motivate others and assume goodwill.
The St. Augustine's College graduate said she also learned that a leader is willing to stand up to be a voice for those who can't speak for themselves.
"A leader is willing to challenge convention for the betterment of mankind and never fears mistakes.  [Mesic] taught us that failure does not exist therefore we have nothing to fear."
Also standing out to the 18-year-old was the fact that age should never be a stumbling block.  She said Mesic told them that just because someone is older it does not necessarily mean that that person is more knowledgeable or experienced about a subject than a younger person.
"A leader dares to stand up for their views when others try to put them down due to age or supposed betterment of mankind and never fears mistakes.  He taught us that failure does not exist therefore we have nothing to fear," she said.
Carey who is in the first year of her pre-med undergraduate degree studies said of all the speakers who spoke to the 300 young scholars attending the conference for her, Mesic, who is also fluent in 10 languages and can communicate in two dozen other languages, was the most memorable and most profound.
While Mesic said that the virtues of a good are understanding and daring, he reminded the outstanding high school scholars that a leader also always has fun, and that it is not work hard, play harder, but work hard, play enough.
"He made sure to tell us to have a career in something that we love and will always excite us, but that there must still be fun and spontaneity in our lives outside of work.  He also told us to use the energy we have as young people to live fully, as we will not have the energy for some of those things when we get older.  We should never lose the things we love in life, just add to it."
Conference participants also focused their efforts on learning about cross-cultural communication, goal setting and conflict resolution in smaller groups that they were divided up into.  The theme of GYLC was the leaders of tomorrow preparing for the global challenges and responsibilities of the future.
Carey and her peers interacted with key leaders and newsmakers with powerful influence over politics, finance, culture and diplomacy.  They participated in a carefully designed curriculum which included thought-provoking simulations that build leadership skills, as the conference aims to provide scholars with the opportunity to collaborate with their peers from around the world to both study and resolve global conflict.
Carey participated in a "World Economic Forum" on water scarcity where they were each given a role in business, government or social societies by the GYLC faculty advisors. She was given a role in business as president of a company's Western European Division.  Her group's job was to combat the issue of water scarcity, working on ways to resolve it, (this year focusing mainly on Spain) and to establish ways to prevent further water scarcity around the world.
"Individually, it was each person's responsibility to ensure that the best interests of their organization were met in the action plan for the water scarcity problem.  As I held a business role, I was looked to for funding.  I had to form alliances with some of the other organizations, where I provided water filters to various companies in exchange for advertising and exclusivity."
Participating in different student-led workshops, Carey participated in a workshop on capital punishment where there was a judge, jury and three defendants.  Each had to plead their case.  On the defensive side, Carey's group had to argue against capital punishment.  After the fates of defendants had been decided, they had an open debate about personal opinions on the matter.
She also visited the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and learned how the organization uses peaceful means for early warning, conflict resolution, crisis management and post conflict rehabilitation.  Speaking to the youth leaders on the issue was Susanna Loof, the press and public information officer at the OSCE.
Other students visited the Atomic Energy Council, the International Institute for Peace, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Vienna, or the Organization for Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Carey who had always wanted to go to Europe and got the opportunity through the conference, said the most important site she visited was the Terezin Concentration Camp.  Viewing the dark and dank rooms that held Jewish prisoners was a somber experience for her as she viewed the place where many Jews died by firing squad and the location where some were hanged.
The camp she visited was also used as the model camp, the one that was the most presentable, to be shown to Red Cross officers to show that the Jews were being treated well and actually liked living there, which unfortunately was not the case.
Carey walked through an underground tunnel used to transport prisoners and viewed the propaganda video used to falsely show the benefits the Jews experienced from living together in what was termed a "ghetto."
The hundreds of youth scholars also came together at the Austrian Town Hall to listen to general conference speakers that included Selma Prodanovic, chief networking officer of Brainswork-Ideas in Progress who spoke on cross-cultural communication.  Gezá Jeszensky, professor of history and former foreign minister of Hungary spoke on government and economics in Central Europe.
Carey who was recommended to the conference by her high school chemistry teacher, Jacqueline Dacres.  Carey shared Bahamian songs and gave her peers a "taste" of Junkanoo with a mask and miniature goat skin drums.  She also taught her new friends a few Bahamian phrases.
Carey, who was her high school valedictorian is also the Eta Psi Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Linda Higgs-Swann Scholarship winner.  By virtue of her win she took home a $5,000 prized and was eligible for an $80,000 full, four year scholarship to attend the historically Black Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.  Carey passed on the chance at matriculating at the college and left those scholarship funds on the table for another of her fellow honorees to possibly take advantage of, as she had already received her acceptance and award that covered 87-percent of her fees, tuition and board from her first choice -- the University of Richmond.  Carey was also granted membership into the National Society of High School Scholars in Atlanta, Georgia.
 
 
 
A quick look at Carey's European schedule of Vienna, Budapest and Prague

Day One Heart of Europe: Welcome to Vienna
Morning Arrival at Vienna International Airport
Coach Transfer to Albertina Platz and Schönbrunn Palace
Welcome Dinner Featuring Authentic Austrian Cuisine
Welcome Speeches by GYLC
Leadership Group Meeting: Program Orientation, Academic Expectations and Cultural Overview
 
Day Two An Exploration of Global Leadership
Welcome to Vienna: Where Art, Music and History Collide
Hofburg Palace
State Opera House
St. Stephen's Cathedral
A Call to a Global Community: Cross Cultural Speaker
Lunch Reception and Official Welcome to Vienna:
Office of the Lord Mayor, Vienna City Hall
Museumsquartier Exploration: One of the Ten Largest Cultural Complexes in the World
Leadership Group Meeting: Identifying Your Role in a Cross Cultural, Global Society
On the Foothills of the Alps: Dinner and Folk Music in Gumpoldskirchen
 
Day Three Perspectives from International Organizations
Leadership Group Meeting: Approaches to Conflict Resolution
Global Partners in Action: International Organizations Field Study Exploration
Leadership Group Meeting: Debrief International Organizations Visits
Leadership Group Meeting: Simulation Group Meeting One
Music Without Borders: The Summa Cum Laude International Youth Music Festival
 
Day Four Welcome to Central Europe
Leadership Group Meeting: Cultural Exchange
Transfer to Budapest, Hungary
Citadella Exploration: Most Scenic View of Budapest
Leadership Group Meeting: Simulation Group Meeting Two
 
Day Five The Resilience of a Historic Culture
Welcome to Budapest:
Fisherman's Bastion
Heroes' Square
Hungarian Parliament
Castle District
Lunch and Exploration of Vaci Utca
Leadership Group Meeting
Hungarian Puszta: The Life of the Magyars
Folk Music and Dance
Horse Show
Authentic Hungarian Dinner
 
Day Six Travel to Prague
Leadership Group Meeting: Simulation Group Meeting Three
Coach Transfer to Prague, Czech Republic
Welcome Dinner: Local Czech Cuisine
 
Day Seven The Modern Look of Diplomacy
Examining the Role of Global Diplomatic Leaders: A Modern Look at Global Diplomacy Speaking Event
Welcome to Prague: 1,000 Years of Culture
Josefov
Charles Bridge
Jan Hus Memorial
Old Town Square: The Pedestrian Pulse of Prague
Leadership Group Meeting
 
Day Eight Exploring Human Rights
Case Study of Genocide and Human Rights: Terezin Concentration Camp Field Study Exploration
Malá Strana: Lunch and Exploration
Leadership Group Meeting: Learning from the Past and Looking Forward
Magical Prague by Night: Dinner Cruise on the Meandering Vltava, Passing by the Historic Charles Bridge
 
Day Nine A Call to Action
Transport from Prague to Vienna
A Call to Action: Closing Keynote Speaker
Final Meeting
The Farewell Dinner Dance: Volksgarten Tanzcafe and Garten 

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June 02, 2011
Gloria Glenda Sears nee Finley, 69

Funeral services for Gloria Glenda Sears nee Finley, 69 yrs., a resident of Millers Height, Carmichael Road, who passed away on 20th May, 2011, will be held at St. Gregory's Anglican Church, Carmichael Road on Saturday at 9 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Fr. S. Sebastian Campbell & Rev. Fr. Atma Budhu.  Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Her memories will forever be cherished by her loving, devoted husband: Campbell Sears, dedicated daughter: Registered Nurse: Leonie Sears; loyal sons: Kevin, Andrew, Lemuel, David & Lawrence Sears; grandchldren: Alexio, Antoine, Akeem & Iessa Mullings, Lakeisha, Lashell, andreco, Andrewnique & Deandra Sears; daughters-in-law: Registered Nurse: Stacey Pratt-Sears, Rochelle Bethel-Sears; sisters-in-law: faithful caregiver: Alice Lowe, Cynthia Finley, Bernice Collins & Angela Sears; brothers-in-law: Reuben Sears & Charles Collins; nieces: Shelly, Psychita, Bruceta, Machell, Megan & Trained Clinical Nurse Lyndianna Rahming, Deidre Finley, Martha Maria Dukes, Shenique & Olivia Ingraham, Bridgette Morrison & Ava Lowe; nephews: Kirk, Duke, Derek Jr., Quincey Finley, Demetrius, Samuel Lowe, Devardo Hunt, Andy, Chris, Steve, Brian Collins, Desirio Ingraham & Churchill Sears; a host of other relatives & friends including: Arginal (Argie), Patrick, Karen, & Trained Clinical Nurse Patricia Sands, Sheena Newton, Vashti & Rena Roberts, Alvina Taylor, Keith, Lambert, Butler, Donna, Psyche, Renee, Michael, Trevor, Toney Edwards, Tina, Lisa, Keva, Kevin Gibbs, Catechist Alice Gray, Dillis Ingraham, Trained Clinical Nurse Santina Smith, Margaret, Shavaughn Thurston, Sherilyn McCartney, Dr. Valarie Carpenter, Margaret Russell, Edna McMillian, Estermae Mitchell of Deerfield Beach, Fl., Bert & George McKinney, Toney, Helen, Shelley & Brad Capron, Emmie, Ivy & Neva Sweeting, Vincent, Maxwell, Cyril Collins, Christine, Nathalie, Nathaniel Knowles, Esther McPhee, Revs. Alfred, Timothy, Andrew, Susan & Laverne Stewart, Miriam, Oswald Finley, Leonie Duncanson, Judy, Verdell, Marsha, Locksley Jr., Leroy, Richard & Anthony Fawles, Sally, Susan, Roselyn, Deborah, Joycelyn, Matthew Curry, Elaine Wilson, Alice Adams, Myrtle Sweeting, Sherry, Kenneth Kemp, Alice Innis, Mizpah Davis, Edith Scott, Velma, Clay, Sean Johnson, Kara Tinker, Andrew (Dudd), Min. Charles Maynard, Beverly Collins, Lerlean, Tejada, Alice, Kermit, Lorenzo Minus, Melverna Wong, Theresa (Fanny), Angie Rolle-Thompson, Ruby Anne Burrows, Shawnette Roye, Isaac, Harvey Mullings, the entire Mullings family, Adena, Derek, Louise, Alphonso, Dr. Eugene Newry, Ethlyn Armstrong, Yvonne Sands & family, Mr. Ulyses & Rev. Dianna Culmer, Clover Pratt & family, Carla & Daniel Hall & family, Tracy & Don Arnett & family, Anita Bodie, Kenny Mackey, Preston Ferguson, W/Insp. Annette Mackey, Olive Thomas, Charlene, Arthur & Vellora Sweeting & family, Icelyn Campbell of Jamaica, Deanne Hepburn, Eleanor, Florina Rolle, Donna Daxon, Antoinette Neely, Rose Hart, Orpheus Ingraham, Mrs. Lynn Lewis of Family Guardian, Henry Farrington, Merell Thompson, Howard Charlow & family, Evangelists: Maria Lynes, Petrona Ferguson, Berthalee Curry, Nathaniel Bastian & family, Neville, Allan & Bernard Thompson & family, Nurses: Sylvia Santina Smith, Eleanor, Stephanie Poitier, Stephanie Johnson, Darnell Roker, Inza Young, Patishamae Miller, Leonie Buchannan, Gloria Dorsette, Margo Curry, Melody Taylor, Gloria Jacques,Yvonne Adderley, Mary Knowles, Virginia Brennen, Sister Caffeine Brice, Laine Johnson, Paula Hamilton, Yvonne Johnson, Dorothy Ferguson, Geraldine Rolle, Natasha Cooper, Patrice Mitchell, Sandra Rolle, Annastacia Valcin, Sister Ampersam Symonette, Dr. Freddie Smith, Renal Team Dialysis Unit, the Children's Ward, Sister Hilda Douglas, Ernestine Douglas, Adrian & Dionisio D'Aguilar, Dora Rahming & the entire staff of Superwash, Sister Portia Ferguson, Sister Rebecca Johnson, Cunningham, Henry, Black, Lewis, Harris, Ramsey, Rolle, Sister Sherlene Sears, Lockhart, Woodside, Newbold, Bowe, Female Medical Ward #2, Public Hospital Authority, D'Albenas Agency, Ministry of Health, Premier Importers, Cable Bahamas, Bethel-Robertson, Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, Dr. Norad & Michelle Morgan, Sheral Curry, Bannerman, Wemyss Bight communities, Kelsey Williams, Veronica Sweeting, Sherry Gibson, Emerita Bethel, the entire MInnie Street & Millars Height communities: (Patrick Maycock, Bastian, Newry, Thompson, Cox,Ferguson, McCollough, Penn, McIntosh, Wilson, Freckleton, Dottin, Culmer, Sands, Johnson, Rolle, Flowers, Ramsey, Burrows, Dorsette, Longley & Sweeting), Rev. Nathalie Bastian, Rev. Marie Roach, Rev. Angela Palacious, Canon Harry Ward, Fr. Kabiga - Holy Trinity, Fr. Kingsley Knowles - St. Greorges, Rev. Fr. Atma & Lavinia Budhu - Epiphany Anglican Church, Rev. Fr. Sebastian Campbell - St. Gregory's Anglican Church, Bishop Moses Johnson, Church of God Cathedral family, Gerald Cash Primary School, Anatol Rodgers High School, Interactive School of Learning, Phillip & Mary, John Chea #4, Flamingo Gardens Clinic & many others too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 3-6 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 8 a.m. until service time.

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March 16, 2012
Daphne Atlanta Roberts, 71

Funeral Service for the Late Daphne Atlanta Roberts, 71 years of Davis Street, Oakes Field will be held on Saturday March 10th, 1:00 p.m. at St. Cecilia's Catholic Church, 3rd Street, The Grove. Fr. Simeon Roberts will officiate. Interment will follow in the Western Cemetery, Nassau Street.

Left to cherish her memory:
Mother: Hazel Roberts
Siblings: Vincent (Justin) Roberts, Antoinette Coakley and Mark Roberts
In-laws: Shirley , Gladys, Pamela and Iren Roberts, and Anthony Christie
Nieces & Nephews: Venentia (Tina) Cambridge, Vincent Jr., Vicente & VeChenda, Glenda (Bernadette), Nina, Marcellus, Angelo, Mario, Michael, Francesca, Romel, Marvin, Marcia, Kharisma and Leonard Roberts, Anthony (Brendan), Ana Maurisa and Antoire Christie, Bonnie Clarke, Ana Stacia Turnquest, Antonia Richards, Monique Symonette, Leanette Bright, Charlann And Levar Coakley, Atonious and Bruno Roberts, Colin Ross Butler, Ricardo Bethell, Paulette Poitier and Justin Dames.
Numerous Grand-nieces and nephews including Danah Weech, Amaris Albury, Gemma Cambridge, Kathryn Turnquest, Maya, Angelique, Antonia, Vincent III, Vashty, Vydalia, Vivette and Vanaeha Roberts, Vito Smith, Sanchez Morley, Alyssa Richards, and Tevin Roberts-Creary.
Numerous godchildren, friends and relatives including Anita Roberts, Sharlene Roberts, Jabina , Bradley and Hartlynn Roberts and the extended Roberts family, Family of the late Marcus and Jane Bethel especially Rubie Nottage, The family of the late Ruben and Francina Bethel, The Campbell family, Effie Sands and family, Edith Outten, Therez Joseph, Persis Adderley, Lona Pearl Wells and family,

Remella Bailey, The family of the late Molly Davis, Chris and Sally Francis and Family, the Bethell Family, Carmeta Ramsey and Family, The family of the late Capt. Earnest and Eula Dean, Bernadette & Jerome Wodinsky of Boston, Mass., Mellie Dillette and family, Lamour Rolle and family of Bimini, Hilda Moxey, Janice Coakley, Bernice Adderley, Frances Turnquest, Jennifer Southard, Faye Culmer, Val Sands, Bessie Serette, Jeanine Weech-Gomez, former employees of the Nassau Shop Ltd. especially Nadine Thompson, Barbara Malone, Kathy Key, Edith Sawyer, The Curry's, and Marjorie Archer, Maria Mckenzie and Family, Evangelist Tom Roberts and Family, The family of the late Wingsworth Roberts, Violet Barton and Family especially Caspar Conliffe, Cordell Roberts and family, Paula, Betty and Terrance Roberts, Tanya Fox, Henry Sands, Electra Byfield of Trinidad, the parish families of St. Francis Xavier and Holy Family churches.

Pre-Cremation.

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March 16, 2012
Bahamian models and singer booked for Brooklyn Fashion Week in New York

Nassau, Bahamas -
Another year has brought about great opportunities for the Supermodel
and Super Talent of the Bahamas organization. Three young aspiring
local models and vocal talent are booked to be presenters of fashion
during Brooklyn Fashion Week (BKFW) in New York, from March 29th to
April 1st, 2012.

2009 Supermodel of the Bahamas,

Garrecka Johnson; Top Model,

Anwar Mackey; and 2011 Super Talent of the Bahamas winner,

Shawndell Gardener; all of who...

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Gold Rush Launch of the Pineridge and Central Grand Bahama Constituencies
March 19, 2012
Gold Rush Launch of the Pineridge and Central Grand Bahama Constituencies

Remarks

By

Bradley B Roberts

National Chair Progressive Liberal Party

March 17th 2012

Gold Rush Launch of the Pineridge and Central Grand Bahama Constituencies

I am honoured to be here tonight to lend my strong support to Senator Dr
Michael Darville and Julian Bedell Russell, both men of proven ability and
exemplary leadership qualities.

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June 07, 2011
Miss Grand Bahama holds Evening Gown and Swimsuit Competition

Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island  -  It was a night of dazzle and sizzle  as the Miss Grand
Bahama Beauty contestants lined up on the runway at the Treasure Bay
Casino to compete in the Evening gown and Swimsuit segment of the Miss
Grand Bahama Beauty Pageant competition to a packed room full of
family, friends and enthusiastic supporters. Emceeing the night's event
was Kerel Pinder, Miss Grand Bahama 2008  who looked as stunning as
ever in her glitzy mini dress.

To kick off the evening festivities, the nine contestants took to the
catwalk, showing off their evening gowns, as they modelled with grace
and ease!  The winner of the Evening Gown competition will be announced
next Sunday at the upcoming Miss Grand Bahama Beauty Pageant!

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January 06, 2011
A boy's fight with cancer

When Zordella Mullings and Javon Frazer Sr. insured their son as a baby they did not know how desperately they would need that coverage.
Less than a year after they began claiming on that insurance policy, the $1 million available to them had been used.
Javon Frazer Jr., 5, has stage three Burkitts Lymphoma. A playful game between mother and son led to the discovery that would change life for the young family.
It was about one year ago when Mullings said she felt the lump on her son’s stomach. She said her son had the annoying habit of rubbing her stomach. On a January day she returned the favor to “show him how it felt”. That’s when Mullings realized that somet ...

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March 29, 2012
Carrie Corrine Williamson Taylor, 71

Funeral service for Reverend Carrie Corrine Williamson Taylor, 71, a resident of Mutton Fish Drive & Sisal Street & formerly of Pinefield, Acklins who died on 18th March, 2012, will be held at Trinity Full Gospel Baptist Church, Marshall Road, on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Bishop Trevor Williamson & Rev. Dr. Stanley G. Ferguson. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish her memories are: Son: Meckel Taylor Jr.; Daughters: Victoria, Evelyn and Dellarese Taylor, Lenette Taylor-Foster of Miami Florida. Grandchildren: 3174 Sterling Jr. and 2860 Lashanda Francis of Grand Bahama, Travis, Delmar, Meckel III, Leshante, Imani, Shanna and Maddix Taylor, ...

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March 31, 2012
Where are businesses in Caribbean business

The countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), with the exception of Guyana and Suriname, are each experiencing severe decline in their economies. The small Leeward and Windward Islands are worst affected, and so too is Barbados.

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December 04, 2012
Elnet Maritime spreads holiday cheer

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- For the second consecutive year, Elnet Maritime Agency hosted the children of the Grand Bahama Children's Home to a post-Thanksgiving feast and fun-filled day.
Their mission was to share God's love with the less fortunate during this holiday season.
"It was a time for sharing and fun where we had the opportunity to show God's love. We prayed with the children, sang songs and enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast," said Janet Mills-Shepherd, Vice-president of Human Resources for Elnet Maritime.
Pastor Audley Swain of Grace Bible Fellowship was there to share an important message to the children. After their meal they enjoyed bouncing castles, slides, music, popcorn and cotton candy. Elnet also provided every child with a t-shirt and colouring book.
"Our CEO, Mr. Ellie Hepburn, came up with this incredible idea and our Elnet team worked together to execute this special event," said Mrs. Mills-Shepherd.  "Special thanks to Tabitha Bowe, Tanya Hall, Shandell Johnson and Patricia Rolle who all played a special role. It was a rewarding day for us all."  

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June 16, 2011
Margaret Ellamae Davis, 67

A funeral service for Margaret Ellamae Davis, 67, a resident of Yellow Elder, who passed away on 6th June, 2011, will be held at Church of God Cathedral, East Street and Lily of the Valley Corner, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Moses A. Johnson, assisted by other Ministers. Interment follows in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.
She leaves precious memories with:
Adopted Sisters (and blood cousins): Marcella Mallory, Maxine Bartlett, and Gloria Lawrena Knowles
Niece and grand-niece: Adelia and Shadelle Major
Cousins: Sarahlene Royal, Mavis Wilson, Rosabell Wilson (and descendents of the late Clayton Wilson); Marie, Edward, Sidney (the Whymns); Sandra, Norma, Andrea, Linda, Dudley, Gerald (the Sawyers); Roslyn, Sybil, Paula, Kaye, Eugene (the Tootes); Neville, Arthur, Andrew, Robert, Shirley, Dame Joan (the Sawyers); Coral Lightbourne, Geraldine Ferguson, Lillian Saunders, Priscilla Forbes, Muriel Ferguson, Dorothy Marshall, Eleston and Richard McPhee.
Other relatives: descendents of  Rev. Maurice Mallory, including Yvonne Abouziede, Helena Robinson, Alfred Mallory and their children
Special friends: Heslyn Fernander, Berthamae Ferguson, Clover Pratt, Pastor and Members of East St. Church esp. Ladies Prayer Band, The Convention Choir, The National body of the Church of God, Sister Cecilia and patrons of St. Joseph Day Care Centre, Nurse Zel Lockhart, Nurse Doreen Fernander, Patricia Sands and Mrs. Ethlyn Deleveaux
God-children: Yvette Campbell-Morris and James Pinder, Jr.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday, and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
 

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June 16, 2011
Olga Naomi Rigby, 90

A funeral service for Olga Naomi Rigby, 90 yrs., a resident of Howard Street, Chippingham and formerly of Clarence Town, Long Island, who passed away on 7th June, 2011, will be held at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Clarence Town, Long Island, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m.  Officiating will be Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles. Interment follows in church's cemetery.
Left to cherish her loving memory with hope in their hearts are: eight children and their spouses: Evangelist Lolamae Rolle (Rev. Victor Rolle), Elder Reginald Rigby (Rev. Louise), Euterpie Rigby, Janet Lightboum (Richard), John Rigby (Karen), Anthony Rigby (Sophie), Baldwin Rigby Sr., Alana (Jeanice) Smith (Neville). Twenty-seven grandchildren and their spouses: Wendell Rigby Jr.(Liilian), Antoinette Armstrong (Garfield) Alan Rigby (Heidi), Sonia Dean (Clete), Theus Rolle-Fountain, Bacchus Rolle (Kimberley), Dulcie Rigby-Smith (Patrick), Dr. Reginald Neymour (Carol), Derel Thompson (Keith), D'Andra Rigby, Prisca Pulz (Oliver), Delvin Rigby, Vonetta Johnson, Raynard Edgecombe, Jonnell, Jonneice and M'Kyle Rigby, Anthony Jr., Alexis and Anton Rigby, Samantha, Candice and Baldwin Rigby Jr., Keno Smith (Kikiya), PC 3472 Theo, Blair and Sophie Smith, 30 Great-grandchildren, two Great-great-grandchildren; Brother: George Rahming of Georgia; Daughter-in-Law: Nancy Rigby; Brother-in-Law: Vincent Gibson of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Sister-in-Law: Emmaline Wallace of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Numerous Nieces and Nephews including Wilbur Major (Brenda) of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Lois Bethel (Charles), Eloise Moncur, Edna Dean (David) of Opalocka, Fla., Alma Ferguson (Henry), Lutricia Jackson, Thais, Linwood and Lohman Rahming of Deerfield Beach, Fla., Lillith Womack (Albert), Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Dolly, Beverley and Janice Gibson of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Sheila Musgrove (Robert) and a host of other relatives and friends including but not limited to: Patrick and Lorna Lightbourn, Deborah Major, Christine Anderson, Keith and Wendy Major, Marietta Major, Beryl Adams, Admiral and Dolores Ferguson, Nancy Arangil, Ruth Minnis, Reginald and Annie Minnis, Mr. & Mrs. Ancil Pratt, Mrs. Brenda Hart, Barbara Albury, Jestina McGregor of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Carlos and Sarah Milander, the Minnis, Major, Taylor, Bowe families of Clarence Town, Long Island, the entire staff of Main Operating Theatre, Princess Margaret Hospital, Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles and Mrs. Knowles, Canon Harry Ward and Mrs. Ward, Rev. Michael Gittens, Archdeacon 1. Ranfurly Brown, Canon Curtis Robinson and Mrs. Robinson, Rev. Samuel Sturrup, Rev. Sebastian Campbell, Rev. Peter Scott, Rev. Ernest Pratt, Holy Spirit Anglican Church, Bishop Ros Davis and Rev. Althea Davis and the Golden Gates Outreach Ministries family, Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church family, St. Joseph's Day Care Centre, Bahamas Association of Ministers' Wives & Ministers' Widows, Noreen Major and Visitation Team of St. George's Anglican Church, the Parish of St. Paul's and the entire community of Clarence Town, Long Island.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Thursday, and on Friday at the Church in Long Island from 2:00 p.m. until service time on Saturday.

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June 20, 2011
Young mother fatally shot

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama - A 24-year-old mother has become Grand Bahama's fifth homicide victim for 2011.
The woman sustained a fatal gunshot wound to the head on Saturday night while in the Royal Bahamia Estates area.
According to police, they received a call around 10:45 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, notifying them that a female had been shot.
Uniformed and plain clothes officers responded and they learned the woman had taken a bullet to the head, and she was transported by ambulance to the Accident and Emergency section of the Rand Memorial Hospital to receive treatment.
The victim, who is a resident of Eight Mile Rock, succumbed to her injuries a short time later, mere minutes before 11:00 p.m, police said.
Police said that the motive for the fatal shooting is unknown at this time. They are calling for the help of the Grand Bahama community to assist in solving this crime, and are urging anyone with information that could assist their investigation to call 350-3107/8, 352-9774/5 or 911.
Detectives from the Central Detective Unit, Scenes of Crime Unit and uniformed divisions are conducting an intense investigation into the shooting, according to police.
Police are also urging the public to come forth with any information they may have on the homicides of 31-year-old Kiano Javier Martinborough and 29-year-old Sonny Anafolis, the third and fourth homicide victims for the year.
Both were shot in the Garden Villas area.
Martinborough was shot in the head on Sunday, May 8, 2011 sometime after 11:00 p.m.
When police arrived on Adventurer's Way after being notified about the shooting, officers came across Martinborough, who was lying on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.
He was pronounced dead shortly after being transported by ambulance to the Rand Memorial Hospital.
Anafolis, who was shot in the back of the neck on Monday, May 16, became paralyzed from his injuries and remained in critical condition until he died on Friday, May 27 at the Princess Margaret Hospital in New Providence.
Sources told The Freeport News that the deaths of Martinborough and Anafolis were connected, alleging that Anafolis was the intended victim the night Martinborough was killed.
The first homicide for the year occurred when 24-year-old Tamaro Johnson was stabbed on Sunday, March 8, outside of Club Rock N' Roll in the International Bazaar.
Johnson, who had received multiple stab wounds to the body, succumbed to his injuries the next day at the Rand Memorial Hospital.
Twenty-one-year-old Jonathan McKenzie and 18-year-old Darieo Demetrius Smith were charged with his murder.
Both will return to court on July 13, 2011 for a preliminary inquiry.
Forty-two-year-old Patrick Russell of Lewis Yard was killed on Monday, March 7, becoming the island's second homicide.
Russell had been sitting in his vehicle through an unpaved road between Weddell Avenue and Bruce Avenue when another vehicle approached and the occupants opened fire on him.
He sustained multiple gunshots wound about the body and was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Rand Memorial Hospital.
Twenty-eight-year-old Leonard Louis Barnett was charged with his murder.
 

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BEYOND BORDERS PLUS SIZE FASHION SHOW
June 27, 2011
BEYOND BORDERS PLUS SIZE FASHION SHOW

NOTHING can be more frustrating when you are a size 14 and over, and every store you step into is only offering you bland, unattractive clothing that does your curvy physique no justice.

The plea of plus size women, when it comes to shopping for attire goes unheard and unnoticed, up until now.

Esteem Productions is presenting a fashion show for the full-figured women "Beyond Borders", this Sunday at the British Colonial Hilton. The fashion show will feature authentic designs by Bahamian fashion houses including Cardilicous, Ilashan, Vintage House, Adelle 13, Crazi Beautiful, Baha Gala, Lady Elegance, Fabulous Plus, and Size Appeal.

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November 23, 2012
Enjoy Thanksgiving 5-Course Dining at Flying Fish Modern Seafood

Freeport, Grand Bahama
-

Yes, we are OPEN on Thanksgiving Weekend!  Try us for Lunch on
Thursday or Friday from 1130am-2pm and Brunch Saturday and Sunday from
11am-3pm.  Dinner and Happy Hour
every night! 

Our chef's 5-Course Tasting Menu is Thanksgiving inspired:

1st course: Pumpkin & Conch Beignet; 2nd course: Apple & Parsnip Soup with Brie Fritter; 

3rd course: Lamb Bacon, Brussel Sprout Pappardelle with Pine Nuts; and...

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Richard Thomas Dean II, 75
October 27, 2011
Richard Thomas Dean II, 75

Mr. Richard Thomas Dean II age 75 years of Park Street, Hatchet Bay Eleuthera repaired his last transmission and serviced his final engine, at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Sunday, October 23, 2011.

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February 15, 2014
Murder convicts still await valid sentence

Three murder convicts whose death sentences were invalidated by a 2006 Privy Council decision that declared the mandatory death penalty unconstitutional appeared before a Supreme Court judge yesterday.
Labra Green, Philip White and Garnet Roberts will return before Senior Justice Jon Isaacs on May 30 for re-sentencing. All of the convicts asked Isaacs to appoint counsel for them.
Green was sentenced to death for the March 28, 1989 murder of Wilton Hilton Stubbs at Sandy Point, Abaco.
White, whose nickname is "Fee", was sentenced to death for the murder of Wayne Wilson, a tourist, on March 21, 1989, at New Providence.
Roberts was condemned to hang for the January 16, 1989 murders of Desiree Watkins, Larry Watkins, and Blondell Watkins at Freeport, Grand Bahama.
At the sentencing hearing, Isaacs will consider the circumstances of the crimes and the progress the convicts made while in custody to consider if they are qualified for re-entry into society.
Larry Raymond Jones was the first person to be released from prison in 2007 as a result of the change in the law.
Other murder convicts who were resentenced and have since been freed are Anthony Neely; Arnold Heastie; Nekita Hamilton; Stafford Clarke; Jeremiah Poitier; Michelle Woodside; Quincy Todd; Patrick Jervis; Garnet Jones; Barry Roberts; Jeronimo Bowleg; Clive Schroeter and James Dean.
Other murder convicts have received fixed prison terms and life terms on resentencing.

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September 15, 2011
Philip Bernard St. Pierre Worrell, 85

Funeral Service for Philip Bernard St. Pierre Worrell, 85, of #8 Norfolk Street, Shirlea will be held on Saturday September 17th, 2011 at10:30 a.m. at St. George’s Anglican Church, Montrose Ave. Officiating will be Archdeacon G. Kingsley Knowles assisted by Canon Basil Tynes, Canon John Clarke, Fr. Norman Lightbourne, Fr. Sebastian Campbell, Fr. Andrew Toppin, Deacon Alvardo Adderley and Deacon Whitfield Hutchinson. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his children: Donna Rose (Fitzroy), Troy, Kyle, and Quinn (Dellarece) Worrell, and Dr. Kerry (Eugene) Higgs; thirteen grandchildren: Kristy Mojinski, Kellie, Kayecia,Savannah, Ma ...

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November 10, 2011
Vienna Anderson Whymns Shorty, 51

Funeral Service for the late Vienna Anderson Whymns “Shorty”, 51, of Bonaby Alley, Kemp Road will be held on Saturday 12th November, 2011 at 1:00pm at Kemp Road Union Baptist Church, Kemp Road. Officiating will be Pastor Ivan Butler Jr. assisted by other ministers of the gospel. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish her precious memories are her daughters: Dellarese Ellis, Denise Ellis, Marissa Major; sons: Keno Ellis Whymns, Wellington Musgrove Whymns, Jamal Williams Sr.; sisters: Sandra Curtis, Malissa Whymns, Mavis Bain, Magaret Richie; brother: Deacon Edwin Anderson from Benamon Town, Eleuthera; 1 uncle: Lawrence Thurston; 1 aunt: Dorma ...

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WingsWorth Roberts, 69
November 08, 2010
WingsWorth Roberts, 69

WingsWorth Roberts, 69, affectionately called " Robbie", of Nassau Village and formerly of Harbour Island Eleuthera, Bahamas died at Doctor's Hospital on Wednesday November 3rd 2010.

He is survived by his wife: Susan C. Roberts; sons: Quinton Roberts, Loren Roberts, Wingsworth Roberts Jr., daughters: Deborah Stubbs, Judith McDonald, Portia Roberts, Marie Roberts, Celesta Forbes, Camille Roberts sister: Violet Barton brothers: Evang. Tom Roberts, Cordell Roberts numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends to numerous to mention.

Funeral Announcements will be announced at a later date.

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October 27, 2011
Adrianna Audrey Gibson, 62

Funeral service for Adrianna Audrey Gibson, 62 yrs., a resident of Wilton Street, who died on 11th October, 2011, will be held at St. Georges Anglican Church, Montrose Ave. on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Archdeacon G. Kingsley Knowles, assisted by Deacon Witfield Hutchinson. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Your life, love and memory will always remain a treasure in the hearts of your surviving relatives and friends:
Children: Gina (Nelson) Miller and Requel (Kenroy) Sands;
Adopted Children: Wislande and Whitney Geffrard;
Brother: David (Ethelee) Gibson;
Sisters: Doreen Lightbourn, Ruth Collie, Patsy (Phillip) Green, Helena McQueen;
Sister-in-law: Joanne Gibson;
Grandchildren: Ahmal, Rashad, Gerlano, Taurean, and Naquel Miller, Kenroy Sands Jr., Alonzo, Rashay, Jameeka, Matthew, Whitnee and Felicia;
Great-grandchildren: K'mal and A'mal Miller;
Aunts: Luella Watkins, Francina Watson, Pecola Mckay of Delray Beach Fl., Cathlene Bulter, Dorcus Strachan of Waterford, Eleuthera;
Uncles: Samuel Bulter of Goulds Fl, Alexander Jr. and William Bulter;
Nieces: Mary Collie, Leisa and Glenalee Gibson, Chenica (Raymond) Mcphee, Sherel (Mirza) and AlexiaTurnquest, and Bridgette Brown;
Nephews: Kenworth (Maxine), Kendal (Camesuse), Keno (Verinique) Lightbourne, David, Joseph and Micah Gibson, Osbourne Lockhart, Petronie, Philip Jr., Patrick, Panacho, Jeffrey and Peter Green, Mely and Andy Evans;
Godmother: Mavis Davies;
Cousins: Cynthia Wells, Melony Hanna, Philip Dellasin and the Entire Watkins Family, Dianne and Marvin Watson, Beatrice Brown, Nathan and John Gibson & family, Louis Mackey and Terry Dean, Jennie, Willamae, Henry Dean & family, Val Sands, Shelia, Zeta and Prince Strachan, Euliese and James Butler, Clement Mortimore, Patricia Wilson, Harriet Davis & family, Genieve Bethel, Jan Thompson, Noreen Major, Anna Cash, Nelson Mitchell, Samuel Stubbs, Yvonne Neely, Beatrice and Roy Johnson, Tara Butler and Rosalind Davis, Louis and Nitta Sweeting, Edith Smith, Merlene Woodside, Winnifred Sams, Marie Saunders, Sheriline Sherman and Pearline McKinney;
Other relatives and friends including but not limited to: Mrs. Alberta Hall, Evans and Elroy Oralhomme, Sharon Thomalison, Philiph Jones, Geleter Poitier, Kenny Pervil, Demetrius Cleare, Mrs. Ester Archer, Blanche Rolle, Delores Sturrup, Elana and Naya Sweeting, Doretha and Zeke Taylor & family, Linda Flovil, Frankie Smith, Kenneth Brice, Marie and Charles Ariza, Dieula Paime, Vesaun, Esther Marshall, Mr. Dillis, Shirley Smith & family, Denise Clarke & family, Cyprianna McPhee, Jean Poitier, Wilda Delancy & family, Covant, Michael, Sheila Minnis, Marketplace Kitchen (Atlantis), John Bull Bay Street, Executive Coffee, Marsha Carey, Members of St. George's Church, and the Entire Culmersville Community.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
 

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September 15, 2011
Jameca S. Taylor, 29

Funeral Service for the Late Jameca S. Taylor, 29 years of #32 Hamster Road, will be held on Saturday September 17th, 10:00 a.m. at St. Gregory's Anglican Church, Carmichael Road. Fr. Sebastian Campbell will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
 
She is survived by Her Father: James W. Taylor; Grandmother: Leona Moree ; Aunts: Laura Taylor, Edna Taylor of Marylyn, New York, Pauline and Anne Taylor of Orlando, Florida, Catherine Roxborough, Judy Moree, Portia Moree, Latoya Gibson, Vestra Adderley, Carolyn Moree and Wanda Ferguson; Uncles: Leon Taylor of Orlando, Florida and Richard Taylor of Andros, Samuel, Christopher and Quincy Moree, Leon Roxborough and Rudolph Stuart of Riviera Beach, Florida; Cousins:Solomon Bowleg of Albany, New York, Ann Taylor, Mary Rolle, Linda Olds of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Valentino Adderley, Patrick, Deon and Quincy Stuart of Florida, Sherial Pierre of Freeport, Tabitha Culmer and Yvette Montot of Florida; Ricardo, Sharan, Monique, Jon of Boca Raton, Florida, Robert and Roger Taylor of Orlando, Florida, Leonette and Clinton Roxborough, Jurich Taylor and Dawndrea Johnson of Freeport; Rose, Wendell and Allaynia Beneby; Ayana Brown of Norfolk, Virginia, Laura and David Spence of New York.  Ferron Moree, Davina Strachan, Dominic Moree, Jermaine Bowe, Sameika, Dacoya, Sameiko and Sabria Moree. Ashley Moree, Ashton McDowells and Kelvin McDowell's Jr.; Special Friend: Samuel Rodgers; Godparents: Rory Saunders, Delma Chisholm, Cyprianna Sands-Major and Lois Lee; Other Relatives and Friends including Logan & Irene Decosta and Family, Blanch Johnson of Acklins, Eliza Decosta of New York, Marlene Decosta & Family, Stella Decosta & Family, Maggie Cartwright & Family, Lily McKenzie & Family, Bernice Robinson and Family, Philip Newton and Family, The Fritz Family, The Newbold Family (neighbors), The Faculty and Staff of the College of the Bahamas Admissions Department, The Water & Sewerage Family, Stalia Altamese and Family, Sheena Nabbie & Family, Krishan Oliver & Family, St. Augustine's College Class of 99.
 
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, # 44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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November 21, 2012
Enjoy Thanksgiving 5-Course Dining at Flying Fish Modern Seafood

Freeport, Grand Bahama
-

Yes, we are OPEN on Thanksgiving Weekend!  Try us for Lunch on
Thursday or Friday from 1130am-2pm and Brunch Saturday and Sunday from
11am-3pm.  Dinner and Happy Hour
every night! 

Our chef's 5-Course Tasting Menu is Thanksgiving inspired:

1st course: Pumpkin & Conch Beignet; 2nd course: Apple & Parsnip Soup with Brie Fritter; 

3rd course: Lamb Bacon, Brussel Sprout Pappardelle with Pine Nuts; and...

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February 19, 2013
Gays Advocate for Marriage Equality

A homosexual Bahamian man who left the country several months ago to marry his long-time love in Canada yesterday said The Bahamas needs to follow the lead of countries that have legalized same-sex marriage. Mindell Small, who was an equal rights activist while he lived in New Providence...

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November 08, 2010
Lillian Maude Andrews-Duncombe, 102

Funeral Service for Lillian Maude Andrews-Duncombe, 102, of Carib Road & formerly of High Rock, South Andros will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at 11:00 a.m.

Church:

Apostles of the End Time Church
Address:

West & Ferguson Streets
Officiating:

Pastor Carlos Wallace
Assisted by:

Other Ministers of the Gospel
Interment:

Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads

Left to cherish her memories are four Sons: Apostle Wendell, Hayward, Garnet and Johnny Duncombe; five Daughters: Mothers Marilyn Wallace, Susan Ferguson, Syblean Forbes, Jacqueline Duncombe and Goldie Jean-Pierre; Son-in-law ...

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IOC shortlists three Candidate Cities for 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games
February 13, 2013
IOC shortlists three Candidate Cities for 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that Buenos Aires (ARG), Glasgow (GBR), and Medellín (COL)* have been shortlisted in the bid to host the 3rd Summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in 2018. The three cities were chosen from among five Candidate Cities vying to host the YOG. Guadalajara (MEX) and Rotterdam (NED) did not make the final shortlist.

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November 05, 2010
Eight charged over court riot

By NATARIO McKENZIE

Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

EIGHT people appeared in court yesterday in connection with the violent clashes that took place near the Bank Lane court earlier this week.

Jonice Adderley, 25, Lynaire Bethel, 18, Fabian Rolle, 24, Derrick Adderley, 24, Lyndell Bethel, 18, Clinton Charles, 27, Jarvis Burrows, 29, and Clinton Kemp appeared before Deputy Chief Magistrate Carolita Bethel in Court 8, Bank Lane.

They were before the bench to answer charges stemming from an altercation that occurred near the Central Police Station on Wednesday afternoon, minutes after the arraignment of Javan Colebrooke, 30, who is charged with the murder of 20-year-old L ...

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Julienne Bastian, 75
December 16, 2010
Julienne Bastian, 75

Funeral Service for Julienne Bastian, 75, of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, will be held on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 10:00 am at Central Zion Church, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama. Officiating will be Rev. Elvis Burrows. Interment follows in the Harbour West Public Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memories are her five sons: Cecil and Audley Similien, Lemonte Louis, Jorel Saltine and Sonny Bastian; five daughters: Julie and Sonia Bastian, Madella Noel and Nancy Louis; two stepsons: Elvardo Russell, Dexter Davis; two stepdaughters: Takasa Smith and St. Helen Similien; 39 grandchildren: Sonny Louis, Andy Louis, Nadacate Outten, Linksacom, Neahkim, Julinkscia Walkins, Joel, Tanisha Noel, Cecil Simi ...

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September 18, 2011
INSURERS HOLD FIRM TO 30-40M IRENE LOSSES

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business
Editor

BAHAMIAN general insurers are holding to estimates of a total $30-$40 million in total Hurricane Irene-related insured losses for the industry, several telling Tribune Business they were "totally shocked" that a Boston-based risk modelling agency was placing this figure at between $200-$400 million.

RoyalStar Assurance said it was estimating the total value of Irene-related claims to be $3 million or less, with Insurance Company of the Bahamas (ICB) looking at a similar figure in the low 'seven figure' millions.

This contrasted sharply with the revised estimates put out by AIR Worldwide, which reduced its initial $300-$700 million ...

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September 30, 2010
The horror

By NATARIO McKENZIE

Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

THE horrifying details of how four young boys died at the hands of perverted Cordell Farrington were revealed to their grieving families yesterday.

Relatives listened in disbelief as prosecutors disclosed the sordid and gruesome circumstances surrounding their killings on Grand Bahama seven years ago.

The court heard how 43-year-old Farrington picked up Mackinson Colas, 11, Junior Reme, 11, Deangelo McKenzie, 13, and Desmond Rolle, 14. He brutally attacked them and hid their bodies in secluded areas, only to return weeks later to collect the remains and store them in boxes at the home of his unsuspecting former girlfri ...

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