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DNA Future Uncertain

The Democratic National Alliance, under the leadership of Branville McCartney, showed up in spades during the 2012 election cycle.


Obviously the DNA connected substantively with the voting publ ...

Hail to the Falcons!

Previously, in another column in The Freeport News, the excellent work being done by Head Coach Kevin Clarke and his staff with the extraordinary Tabernacle Baptist Academy male basketball team was co ...

Butler-Turner an enigma

To put it quite simply, Loretta Butler-Turner is a riddle. She is an enigma. Her statements are puzzling. Her words indicate one thing and her actions another. Unfortunately for her and to an apprecia ...

Water supply project ideal

On the heels of the water expansive project in Grand Bahama that affords residents of East End Grand Bahama, piped services, Minister of Public Works and Urban Development Philip Davis has launched a ...

How soon we forget!

It wasn’t that long ago, that Bahamians were up in arms because the National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States had a system activated that allowed for the recording of all cellphone cal ...

FNM focusing on 4 GB seats

We have no conclusive information, but it appears that the Free National Movement’s priority constituencies in Grand Bahama are Central Grand Bahama, Pindridge, Marco City and East End.


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Container Port nearing capacity

The Freeport Container Port, one of the largest employment entities on the island, is rebounding. Last October, Hurricane Matthew severely damaged equipment at FCP. The handling capacity was thus redu ...


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Adderley spearheads St. Georges’ successes

St. Georges High School has yet again achieved national recognition in BGCSE studies. The present Deputy Head Girl has been honored for her outstanding results.


Krista Adderley was invited to N ...

Local authors highlight of Library Week

The First Library Week at Jack Hayward Senior High School (JHSHS) is underway and on Wednesday the students were given the opportunity to engage in conversation with three local authors.


Librar ...


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Bringing awareness to disability

A seven-member delegation from the National Commission for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) traveled to Grand Bahama on Thursday, March 23 visiting schools and other stakeholders, including the Minist ...

Young GB chef returns with national title

The National Senior Young Chef title returns to Grand Bahama after 10 years and to the hands of the same school that won the senior division on that last occasion, Jack Hayward Senior High (JHSHS).

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Grand Bahama birders visit Inagua

A group of Grand Bahama birders recently travelled to Inagua to observe a number of birds that are never or rarely seen on  other family islands. The trip was organized by Erika Gates, Delores Ke ...

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Anti-bullying message fun and informative

Walter Parker Primary School is spreading an anti-bullying message with a week of activities.  


The school hosted a special assembly for its Bully Free Week on Wednesday, February 15 at th ...

Big plans for Majority Rule Day Jan 10 in GB

Plans that will include representation of all inhabited Family Islands have been made to highlight Majority Rule Day in Grand Bahama.


Grand Bahama Majority Rule Day Committee spokesperson, note ...

Local champions in the AIDS/HIV fight

Since 1985, The Bahamas has been involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS – promoting the message of abstinence, in the early years, and later reinforcing that message, while adding education and ...


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