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    • OBAN giving ‘big’ back to school help
      With intentional escape from the conventional back-to-school giveaway hype, Oban Energies has strategically, “done its groundwork to assess what are key items students and parents need to make the 2018 school year successful.” Oban representatives confirmed on Monday (September 24) that they have launched a Text Book Campaign to assist parents and students, particularly in the East Grand Bahama area. Continue Reading...
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    • D’Aguilar: Intervention in Grand Lucayan is in national interest
      Contributor: Bahamas Information Services It would be an act of “sheer cruelty and neglect” toward the people of Grand Bahama for the government “to idly stand by and let the Grand Lucayan, a prime hotel property, go the way of the Royal Oasis,” Minister of Tourism and Aviation, Dionisio D’Aguilar told Parliament. Addressing the House of Assembly September 20, Minister Continue Reading...
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    • Maurice Moore students receive tablets courtesy of Texas couple
      Maurice E. Moore Primary School held a special assembly on Monday, September 24 in which students of Grades 4 through 6 were the recipients of Amazon Fire Tablets courtesy of a partnership struck with Texan businessman and philanthropist Carl Allen, The E-Group, BTC and Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. Utilizing every resource available to assist and enhance the learning Continue Reading...
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    • 60 years for each count of murder
      An emotionless Devaughn Hall sat silently as he learned his fate Monday (September 24) afternoon, for the double murder of Holmes Rock couple Barry and Sheena Johnson. Hall, 25, was found guilty 12-0 back in May of this year for the brutal September 2015 homicides. Presiding over the sentencing trial, Justice Estelle Gray-Evans acknowledged that while the Crown requested the Continue Reading...
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    • Ministry of Tourism revitalizes Customer Service Training on GBI
      As Grand Bahama Island’s Tourism Product is being relaunched, the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation’s (MOTA) Product Development Department officially introduced the first installment of customer service training for front line employees on Tuesday, September 18. With an overall message of actively improving their personal product, Renamae Symonette, Senior Manager, Product Development, MOTA, said, “We hope that this initiative will Continue Reading...
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    • DPM: Moving forward, GB can now take control of its own destiny
      Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance and Member of Parliament for East Grand Bahama, in his contribution to support the resolution to guarantee the purchase of the Grand Lucaya Properties, noted that this is an opportunity for Grand Bahama to take control of its own destiny. Following is Turnquest’s presentation in its entirety. “Mr. Speaker, I rise Continue Reading...
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