Editorial

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Students caught in the middle

It’s heart wrenching to grasp the prominent factor in the government schools debacle playing out in Grand Bahama. Our beloved students, those we look to for leadership in the country down the ro ...

GBPC mending relationship

Even the most passionate detractors of the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) would be hard pressed to be critical of the post Hurricane Matthew performance of the island’s chief energy source.&n ...

Welcome ALIV!

Mobile options are good for the nation. On Friday past, at the Cable Bahamas building on East Atlantic Drive, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony to herald the presence of a new provider of mobile ser ...

University era

The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has a history of governance, overall, that is responsible for the most landmark achievements in the country.

 

On Sunday, in the capital, New Providence, the h ...

Understanding transparency

The word transparency means operating in a clear, limpid, crystalline, unclouded manner; allowing the people to see straight through whatever is being done. With transparency, there is an absence of h ...

GB hurricane outlay request

It is quite odd that in this era of luminance in our country, central administrations still expect for the citizens to simply digest what is promised without backup proof.

 

At a time when reside ...

Challenges facing power company

It is a mighty undertaking, the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is tackling. Over 1,000 downed power poles and their lines amount to no small matter to be addressed. It cannot be denied that the GBP ...

GB deserves transparency

The approach in Grand Bahama, in dealing with damages from Hurricane Matthew, has been quite proactive. The islands’ stakeholders, namely the Ministry of Grand Bahama, the Grand Bahama Port Auth ...

Sarah St.George comes of age

The name St. George carries a burdensome responsibility. Edward St. George was brought to the investment engine, the Grand Bahama Port Authority, by Sir Charles Hayward. He made his mark in a signific ...

Govt. schools late opening

The restoration/recovery program, necessary because of the recent passage of Hurricane Matthew, is experiencing some hiccups. Prime Minister Christie impressed a nation with his eloquent and compassio ...

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 ...

Education

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12th graders urged to attend College Fair 2016

Despite many challenges in education in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew and school being disrupted for a considerable amount of time, organizers say the Annual College Fair will still be held.

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$3,500 computer system donation for EMR High

The Grand Bahama Shipyard Co. Ltd (GBSL) Social Club on Thursday, November 10, 2016 donated nearly $3,500.00 in HP All-in-One PC computers and a Canon Inkjet Printer to the Eight Mile Rock High School ...

Seniors get tertiary education information

Jack Hayward Senior High School (JHSHS) Guidance Department held its Fifth Annual College Symposium at The Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Hall Tuesday morning, during which the further education inst ...

Local

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Grand Bahama Academy spreads the joy of giving

Annually, the students and staff of Grand Bahama Academy embark on a project of gathering non-perishable food items and toiletries to distribute to various residents on the island of Grand Bahama who ...

GB called to a time of Thanksgiving

The Grand Bahama Christian Council is calling the Island of Grand Bahama to come together for a Thanksgiving Service at the Central Church of God, Coral Road on Tuesday, December 6 at 7:00 p.m. simply ...

National

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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 ...

National Focus

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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 ...

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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 ...

Sports

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GBHR to participate in Best of the Best Regatta

The Grand Bahama Regatta and Homecoming Committee met with members of the media to announce that they will be in Nassau, December 1-4 to participate in one of sailing’s biggest events.

 

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