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Financial literacy a must for all citizens says DPM

Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance recently revealed that it is the government’s intention to educate residents and citizens alike, on the importance of financial literacy. (PHOTO: TFN FILES)

Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance, recently revealed that it is the government’s intention to educate residents and citizens alike, on the importance of financial literacy as well as the necessary protocols and procedures mandatory in securing government issued contracts for goods and/or services. The certified public accountant (CPA by profession expressed, “In…
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ROYO Summer Camp closes out with Back-to-School Giveaway

Youth pastor at Calvary Temple, Bruce Russell is pictured enccouraging the young campers to remain focused, work hard, exercise discipline and never give up on their goals, during the upcoming school year. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

For the past two years, the Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) has hosted its Annual Summer Camp at the organization’s Community Center on Banyan Lane, providing wholesome, educational activity for children, for a portion of their summer break. Katie Seide, Coordinator of ROYO’s Summer Camp shared what took place over the two-week camp, noting that…
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Bonefishing opportunities advocated for youth of GB

NUVOLARI CHOTOOSINGH

The bonefishing industry provides lucrative opportunities that must be passed on through the generations. This is a general view held by those who function within the industry. Much more information about the craft in The Bahamas and generally, will be available during the upcoming Bahamas Bonefishing Conference slated to be held at the Pelican Bay…
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Smith’s Point residents get first options for jobs

East Grand Bahama Member of Parliament and Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest has informed of plans for the seawall project in Smith’s Point to be expanded to provide vendor opportunities. PHOTO BY JENNEVA RUSSELL.

It has been emphasized that Smith’s Point residents will be first on the list for additional employment for the community sea wall. On Friday past, the Government of The Bahamas gave details of the continuation of the sea wall project under a new company and informed also that jobs will be available for residents of…
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