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International experts share advice at GB Economic Summit

HIGH SCHOOLERS were invited to participate in the GB Economic Summit on April 28, which was dubbed a success. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Grand Bahama Economic Summit, held at the Grand Lucayan Conference Room on April 28, afforded participants the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight, from international experts, on the synergy required between public and private sectors in order to maintain a viable economy. Rueben Egolf, Chairman of the United States Global Leadership Council (USGLC) and…
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Coral Beach Hotel and Condominium administrative staff terminated

Coral Beach Condominiums

The Freeport News learned that at least two employees in the executive office at Coral Beach Condominiums were, reportedly, abruptly terminated on Monday (May 1) morning. Upon learning of the termination a team from this daily visited the premises, only to discover the office ‘Closed until further notice’ sign affixed to the door. However, two…
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Taino Beach Junkanoo Carnival gets low grade

Phillip ‘Lil Joe’ Cartwright performs his song entitled ‘Sweet Carnival’ on Friday. Cartwright was one of eight artists who advanced to the Music Masters Song Competition final round which is expected to take place this weekend in Nassau. (Photos: Shayne Stubbs)

The 3rd Annual Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival (BJC) kick-off event over the weekend, on Taino Beach, was decidedly downgraded compared to those held in previous years. While performances by both participants in the ‘Music Master Song Competition’ and the artisans who graced the stage during the two day affair were noteworthy, the number of spectators was…
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Cash Whiz Freeport aids GB Children’s Home

Employees of Deloitte & Touche Accounting Firm delivered much needed food items to the GB Children’s Home on Friday. Pictured L to R: Trishelle Saunders, Shareicka Bethel, Sheila Johnson-Smith, Executive Director, GB Children’s Home, Hazel McKinney, Kaynish McIntosh and Grevie Neymour

A monetary donation, canned goods and cleaning supplies were donated to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home by local business Cash Wiz Freeport (better known as Grand Bahama Trading Post) on Thursday past. The assistance will be ongoing according to Cash Whiz General Manager Jermaine Cox. “One of our core values here at Cash Wiz is…
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