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    • Thompson shares several initiatives to spark economic growth
      A proposed business initiative will assist in forging lasting business relationships between larger, established entities and small to medium sized businesses on the island, said Minister of State for Grand Bahama, Sen. Kwasi Thompson. As the new government seeks to reboot Grand Bahama’s economy, Thompson noted that what is being referred to as the Business-to-Business Expo, is geared towards affording Continue Reading...
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    • Female teens among list of missing persons released by police
      Police are seeking the public’s help in locating several missing persons. The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) released a list on Wednesday, August 16 with details, including descriptions and last seen date, of the individuals who they need to find. According to police, family members continue to bombard their telephones with calls for the latest information of their loved ones. Continue Reading...
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    • Bonefishing Conference geared to educating the public
      The Fisheries Conservation Foundation, based in Champaign, Illinois in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, H2O Grand Bahama and North Riding Point, Grand Bahama are embarking on an educational Bahamas Bonefish Conference in hopes of developing strategies, research and conservation methods of bonefish found in Bahamian waters. Nuvolari Chotoosingh, Manager Niche Markets and Maritime Tourism with the Ministry of Tourism’s Continue Reading...
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    • Stileet debuts Bahamian Rake ‘n’ Scrape at Caribbean Carnival 2017
      Bahamian recording artist Desmardo ‘Stileet’ Finley has masterfully performed indigenous rake ‘n’ scrape music on stages locally and internationally for the past decade. Maintaining high-energy combined with clever lyricism and the rhythmic call and answer of the goat skinned drum and raking saw helped Stileet to capture the full attention of patrons at the 2017 Jacksonville, Florida Caribbean Carnival this Continue Reading...
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    • Mother and sons hoping to assist 100 students through Dre’s Uniform Drive
      A mother and her two sons have launched a Back-to-School Uniform Drive to help 100 primary school students prepare for the upcoming school year. The Freeport News spoke to Deidre Lundy-Rose about the initiative on Wednesday, August 16. Rose explained that they are catering to all government schools, but the main focus this year is primary school students on the Continue Reading...
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    • Govt. seeking to make GB tech hub of The Bahamas
      Senator Kwasi Thompson, Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister said, recently, that the government is actively seeking to capitalize, on what he referred to as high investment interest on the island of Grand Bahama. Noting that with Freeport already known as the industrial capital of The Bahamas, the Free National Movement (FNM) government Continue Reading...
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