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Straw vendors make strong plea for Lucayan Resort reopening

In this file photo Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis delivers his contribution inside the House of Assembly yesterday.

For over one year the Memories Resort as well as the Treasure Bay Casino, have remained closed following damages sustained as a result of Hurricane Matthew in October 2016, leaving many Grand Bahamians unemployed. Not only has the closure had an adverse affect on former employees of the resort and casino, but also others, namely…
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Rotary Club of Lucaya sets Nov. 18 for Moonlight Jazz fund-raising event

The Rotary Club of Lucaya encourages all to attend the club’s signature fund-raising event, Moonlight Jazz 2017 this Saturday beginning at 7:00 p.m at The Garden of The Groves. Pictured from left to right, seated, Latesha Lord, Marketing and Public Relations Manager, BTC, Lisbeth Rutzou-Knowles, Chairperson, Moonlight Jazz Committee, Kyle Smith, President, Rotary Club of Lucaya, and Taharji Smith, co-chair, Moonlight Jazz committee. Standing, Donald Glass, member, Rotary Club of Lucaya.

The Rotary Club of Lucaya’s much-anticipated ‘Moonlight Jazz’ fund-raising event will take place this coming Saturday, November 18, beginning at 7:00 p.m.. at the Garden of the Groves. This past Monday at the Garden of the Groves, Rotary organizers gave details of the event. Live entertainment, “prizes and surprises” will be in greater abundance that…
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Santa’s Helpers group appeals to GB community for assistance with Christmas island-wide project

APPEAL: Santa’s Helpers appeal to the Grand Baha- ma community to assist in putting smiles on faces of youth this Christmas.

For nearly half a century the non-profit organization “Santa’s Helpers” has made an indelible mark on the island of Grand Bahama, from east to west, putting smiles on the faces of thousands of less fortunate children throughout the island, many of whom would not have the opportunity to open a gift on Christmas day, if…
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International Federation of Women Lawyers’ (FIDA) group pays courtesy call to Office of Prime Minister

FIDA COURTESY CALL – The International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) delegation paid a courtesy call on the Office of The Prime Minister, Grand Bahama on Monday morning, prior to the start of the organization’s 36th Triennial International Convention which takes place November 13-17 at the Grand Lucayan Resort. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The International Federation of Lawyers (FIDA) is hosting its 36th Triennial International Convention here on the island of Grand Bahama November 13 – 17. On Monday morning, representatives paid a courtesy call on the Office of The Prime Minister Grand Bahama. Minister of State within the Office of the Prime Minister, Grand Bahama Senator Hon.…
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