Tourism rise expected for Grand Bahama


GRAND Bahama is expecting an increase in tourist arrivals this year by sea and air, intensifying pressure for additional room inventory on the island, according to a tourism executive. Karen Seymour, director of the Ministry of Tourism in Grand Baham

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Armed robber guilty of killing cashier challenges conviction

A MAN sentenced to life in prison for murdering a cashier at his family’s food store in the course of an armed robbery on a Family Island a decade ago is seeking to legally contest his conviction.