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Davis: “Lockdown is not a plan.”

PHILLIP “BRAVE” DAVIS Leader, Progressive Liberal Party

Leader of the Official Opposition (Progressive Liberal Party), Phillip “Brave” Davis, said that locking down Abaco and New Providence is, “not a plan.” Davis was responding to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ communication in the House of Assembly Wednesday (October 7) morning. The prime minister announced that due to the continued rising number of positive…
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No new restrictions for GB

DR. HUBERT MINNIS Prime Minister of The Bahamas

Grand Bahama and most of the other Family Islands will go forward differently, in dealing with COVID-19. Due to persistent high COVID-19 positive cases numbers, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced new restriction measures for Abaco and New Providence, to take effect Friday, October 9 at 7:00 p.m. Grand Bahama, though, and other islands, because…
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Kelly’s opens its doors 400 days after Dorian

BACK IN BUSINESS – Four hundred days after Hurricane Dorian totally destroyed Kelly’s Ltd., Freeport, management and staff opened the store on Monday (October 5). Pictured at right is Lynn Lowe, Managing Director. Pictured in the insert is Robert Haley, Paint Department Supervisor. (PHOTOS: BARBARA WALKIN)

Four hundred days after Hurricane Dorian totally destroyed Kelly’s Ltd., Freeport, residents returned in droves to the store on Monday (October 5) not only to get a first-hand view of the newly renovated facility but to spend a few dollars. Managing Director of Kelly’s Lynn Lowe said that it’s "hashtag (#) comeback." “It has been…
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West GB students returning to school receive assistance

WEST GB GIVEAWAY – On Saturday (October 3), students in West Grand Bahama received bags of school supplies courtesy of the Member of Parliament for that constituency, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe through the ‘Stay in School’ initiative. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF WGB CONSTITUENCY OFFICE)

Despite inclement weather on Saturday (October 3), students in West Grand Bahama received bags of school supplies courtesy of the Member of Parliament for that constituency, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe. Dubbed the ‘Stay in School’ initiative, it was the fourth back to school assistance program provided for the youngsters. The exercise took place at the West GB…
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