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Govt to borrow $150m

Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the estimate for the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew earlier this month is over half a billion dollars. 

 The government yesterday brought a r ...

School reopening pushed back

Despite previous reports that students would return to their respective schools this week, all public schools in Grand Bahama, New Providence and North and Central Andros are now scheduled to reopen o ...

GBPC: 25% restored

Twenty-five percent of Grand Bahama Power Company’s customers are now up-and-running following Hurricane Matthew’s destruction of over 1,000-plus poles thanks to the round-the-clock work o ...

Warning on fires given

After storms, large quantities of woody fuels are often seen lining the sides of the streets,

 Hurricane Matthew has created such a situation to almost every thoroughfare on Grand Bahama, adding ...


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Tale of two power supply companies

Compelling statements made by Bahamas Electrical Workers Union President Paul Maynard and former Executive Chairman of Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Leslie Miller, regarding the restoration ef ...

Unconscionable apartment owners

Totally in contrast to the spirit of togetherness and compromise, in dealing with the difficulties caused by Hurricane Matthew, there are apartment owners who are despicable. They deserve society&rsqu ...

GBPA, GBPC responding quite wel

Noticeable to all on Friday morning and with a greater presence on Saturday, were teams from the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) and the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC), beginning in earnest the ...

Media groups rise to occasion

With the National Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas leading the way, the major radio stations in the land, inclusive of ZNS, Guardian Radio and Love 97 excelled in keeping listeners throughout T ...


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NEMA distributing tarpaulin in New Providence

The National Emergency Management Agency has begun a door-to-door distribution of roofing material, in particular tarpaulin, in New Providence.


The Freeport News on Wednesday contacted GB NEMA ...

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The Falcons Boysâ Club 10th Annual Conference brought together hundreds of fathers and their sons Friday at Tabernacle Baptist Church and Academy under the theme, â Fathers, We Must Do It Now ...


Bahamas Customs and Excise Departmentâ s Long Service and Merit Awards Ceremony was held for the first time outside New Providence at Le Chateau on the Green, Freeport Tuesday evening t ...

Bahamians unite to observe Majority Rule

From the young to the young at heart, Bahamians, regardless of race, color or creed, assembled at the Pro-Cathedral of Christ the King parking lot to participate in the Third Annual Majority Rule Day ...


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Sporting program at a standstill in GB

Hurricane Matthew slammed the island of Grand Bahama last Thursday and left a devastating mark on the nation’s second city.


Grand Bahama currently is in restoration mode, totally.



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