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ProNET Seminar focuses on empowering small business owners

SEMINAR – The GBPA’s Invest Grand Bahama Small Business Bureau along with the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce hosted the ProNet Workshop focusing on small business management Wednesday, May 29 at the Chamber’s Headquarters.(PHOTO: JENNEVA

Small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs are expected to leave the two-day ProNET Seminar with a wealth of knowledge, said partnering organization representatives from the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) and the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA). The ProNET Certified Business Management Training Programme opened yesterday – Wednesday, May 29 and will conclude today…
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PM: Modernizing govt. operations, essential

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis

In the third and final national report, which were intended to provide updates on how the “Free National Movement (FNM) Government is working for the people,” Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis addressed land reform, the environment, health care, energy reform, general infrastructure, and digital transformation and modernization. Prime Minister Minnis’ first report was in January.…
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Minnis: Still much work to be done to prevent and treat HIV and AIDS

LIGHT YOUR CANDLE – Pastor Eric D. Clarke shares his lit candle with special guests during the 36th International Candlelight Memorial, as they lit their candles in memory of those who lost the battle with HIV and AIDS. Pictured from left in front row are: Sen. Jasmin Dareus; Member of Parliament for Central GB, Iram Lewis; Member of Parliament for West End and Bimini Pakesia Parker; Tammy Thompson, wife of Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson and Sen. Katherine Forbes-Smith, President of the Senate. The memorial was held at Sunrise Seventh Day Adventist Church, Hawksbill Sunday (May 19) evening.

Celebrating progress and remembering those that have lost the battle with HIV and AIDS, was the attitude of the audience attending the 36th International Candlelight Memorial Sunday (May 19) evening at Sunrise Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Hawksbill. With standing room only, HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit Grand Bahama Committee welcomed the nation’s first lady, Patricia Minnis, government officials,…
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Hung jury in double murder

HUNG JURY – Doyle Amaro Mackey was found guilty on three counts of attempted murder; however, there was a hung jury for the murders of Carlos and Carlton Hamilton. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

After seven weeks of testimony in the murder trial of Carlos and Carlton Hamilton and the attempted murders of John Edgecombe, Jermaine Ferguson and Joshua Williams, jurors went into deliberations Thursday (May 9) afternoon. When the 12 jurors – five men and seven women – returned, it was a “hung jury” 11 - not guilty…
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