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March 13, 2020
Making the stage his playground

Jasper "DJ Ovadose" Thomas has played in multiple cities across the United States, Caribbean and London; and for the 2020 carnival season alone, DJ Ovadose has shut down parties in Trinidad and has his eyes set on Jamaica's carnival next month and Bahamas Carnival, May 1-3...

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Police kill armed man near school playground
February 13, 2018
Police kill armed man near school playground

POLICE shot and killed another armed assailant near a school playground yesterday, marking the 11th fatal police-involved shooting since November 2017...

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June 03, 2014
Shipyard apprentices help build The Beacon School playground

GRAND BAHAMA - Apprentices at Grand Bahama Shipyard (GBS) learned the true meaning of giving back by helping to build the newly-opened Steven M. Dillet playground at The Beacon School. The improved playing area includes a track slide set, swing set, merry-go-round, two bocce ball courts and a basketball court. Most of the equipment is wheelchair accessible.
"Grand Bahama Shipyard is committed to s...

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November 13, 2014
'Have fun in God's playground'

While the youngest among the nine people killed in a plane crash on Sunday was just five years old, his teachers at Kingsway Academy and its vice principal said yesterday that while they are shaken by the loss, they take comfort knowing that Johannan Parks "emptied himself" and knew God before he died.
During a special assembly at the school on Bernard Road, several teachers told students to celeb...

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September 23, 2014
Kiwanis donates playgrounds to Cat Island schools

A native daughter of the soil and a descendant from Dumfries and New Bight, Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Christine King's passion for service took her beyond New Providence where she has settled the last 24 years.
It took King back to her hometown in Cat Island to give back to the children in the island's northern settlements - Dumfries and Orange Creek. She was instrumental in funding and organizi...

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June 02, 2014
Shipyard apprentices help to build special needs playground

APPRENTICES at Grand Bahama Shipyard (GBS) learned the true meaning of giving back by helping to build the newly-opened special needs playground at the Beacon School in Freeport. The improved playing area includes a track slide set, swing set, merry-go-round, two bocce ball courts and a basketball court. Most of the equipment is wheelchair accessible.

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May 23, 2014
Playground built for children with special needs

A NEW state-of-the-art special needs playground was constructed at the Beacon School in honour of businessman and Rotarian the late Stephen M Dillet, who died of cancer last May.

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May 22, 2014