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GBSSAA Softball Action on the Diamond

WHO CALLED – Two Eight Mile Rock High (EMRH) players make a play for the ball … who called?

Teams continued play in the GBSSAA Churchill Knowles/Michael Moss High School Softball League yesterday – Wednesday, November 14 on the diamond at the YMCA and JHJH Fields. In junior boys’ play Sister Mary Patricia Russell Stars defeated the Sunland Baptist Academy Stingers 4-3. Tabernacle Baptist Christian Academy (Tabby) Falcons blew by the Jack Hayward Junior…
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Grand Lucayan demonstrates profit potential

The Grand Lucayan Hotel demonstrated over the weekend, the potential to be profitable, and an excellent extended economic partner of great value for Grand Bahama. Hosted at the complex was the Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association’s two-day Edward St. George Memorial Invitational Golf Tournament, inclusive of the pairings cocktail party, held on Friday past at…
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Benefit concert to celebrate local community activist set for Nov. 23

BENEFIT CONCERT – Two of Nassau’s hottest bands, Visage and Vice-Versa, are set to host a benefit concert to celebrate one of Freeport’s most renowned community activists, singers and bankers, Minerva Kemp-McIntosh (left). “This is My Story, this is My Song: An Evening of Music, Storytelling and Good Old-Fashioned Fun,” will showcase the life of an exemplary Grand Bahamian on Friday, November 23 at the Grand Lucayan Ballroom at 8:00 p.m. Kemp-McIntosh is pictured with her husband, Bishop Cardinal McIntosh.

Two of Nassau’s hottest bands, Visage and Vice-Versa, are set to host a benefit concert to celebrate one of Freeport’s most renowned community activists, singers and bankers, Minerva Kemp-McIntosh. “This is My Story, this is My Song: An Evening of Music, Storytelling and Good Old-Fashioned Fun,” will showcase the life of an exemplary Grand Bahamian…
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Ministers meet with EU and OECD to discuss ending tax watchlist for The Bahamas

MINISTERS MEETING – The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, K. Peter Turnquest (second right), led a delegation to Brussels and Paris this week, for frank discussions with high ranking officials within the European Commission and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on The Bahamas’ compliance with international standards on tax governance. Also pictured are Minister of Financial Services, Trade and Industry and Immigration, T. Brent Symonette (left) and Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Sen. Carl W. Bethel (right), QC.

The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, K. Peter Turnquest, led a delegation to Brussels and Paris last week, for frank discussions with high ranking officials within the European Commission and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on The Bahamas’ compliance with international standards on tax governance. Accompanying the Deputy Prime Minister…
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