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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 ...

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 ...

Fourth Estate stays on duty

Hurricanes present yet another set of circumstances that bear out the significance of the Fourth Estate. The Fourth Estate referred earlier on in particular, to print journalism. Of course in the ensu ...

Political maturity

Out of the mouth of relatively, a “political” babe, came signs of the political maturity this country so badly needs.


Peter Turnquest suddenly popped on the political scene about fi ...

HCA empowers Port as licensee

Minister of Tourism and the representative for the West End/Bimini Constituency, Hon. Obie Wilchcombe, doesn’t like the Hawksbill Creek Agreement (HCA). He actually abhors the document that made ...

FNM damaged by interference

While the governing Progressive Liberal Party stumbles along, in between decisions that could be considered appropriate for the country, the Official Opposition Free National Movement fails to take ad ...

FNM fall-out was expected

It is indeed somewhat strange, the surprise in some, over the decisions by several Free National Movement candidates and sitting members, to move off the front line political scene.


A fall-out ...

Quality teaching

The names of many of our public schools pay tribute to master teachers whose contributions to national development were extraordinary and critical.


Students should be reminded of those contribu ...

Gross misstep by FNM deputy

The view here is that Free National Movement Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest exercised poor judgment when he issued a statement that was critical of the Government of The Bahamas regarding the proposed ...

PLP dilemma in Marco City

The Governing Progressive Liberal Party, we understand, has its Candidates Committee on notice to conclude the list that will be recommended to carry the organization’s colors in the upcoming 20 ...


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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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