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    • Survivors celebrate Stroke Awareness Month
      Established as a means of support and awareness for victims and caregivers of stroke victims, the Grand Bahama Survivors of Stroke (GBSOS), a non-profit organization was formed two years ago by President and Founder, Gail McIntosh. As the month of May is internationally recognized as Stroke Awareness Month, the GBSOS in affiliation with the National Stroke Association in the United Continue Reading...
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    • Youth leaders voice concerns
      The closure of the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture Office in Grand Bahama, is just one of many concerns raised by representatives from several local youth organizations, during a press conference at the Reach Out Youth Organization’s Center yesterday – Tuesday, May 23. Dudley Seide, president of Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) reiterated that there are not only many Continue Reading...
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    • Volunteer Fire Association launched in church service
      After their church – Living Water Assembly of God – was totally destroyed by a fire over two years ago, Rev. Dr. Eddie Victor and his wife, Dr. Margo, made the decision and then put plans in place to establish a Volunteer Fire Association (VFA). Recently, the plans came to fruition and the Victors officially launched VFA, during a recent Continue Reading...
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    • Females make up a large number of the Senate
      With the Parliamentary Secretaries in their respective ministries and Senators receiving their Instruments of Appointment yesterday, Monday, May 22, at Government House, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis completed the appointments making up the new Free National Movement governing administration. Several young and experienced Grand Bahamians and a goodly number of females received governmental assignments yesterday, including the Member of Parliament-elect Continue Reading...
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    • HASB’s HIV/AIDS Occupational Safety and Education Seminar a huge success
      The HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (Grand Bahama) recently partnered with Grand Bahama Health Services (GBHS) and the University of The Bahamas (UB) to host the Positive Impact Workplace Policy on HIV/AIDS: Occupational Safety and Education Seminar at Pelican Bay Resort this past Friday, May 19, 2017. Kevin Thompson-Delancy, HASB Founder revealed that the seminar is aimed to educate the community to Continue Reading...
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    • DPM Turnquest: GBPA and GBCC plays important role in local investment
      Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance discussed the significant role the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) and Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) will have in securing and attracting local investment, during a recent press briefing at the Office of the Prime Minister. Strategic focus will be placed on creating a business environment that is going to Continue Reading...
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