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PM Minnis: Not enough Bahamians properly trained in the technical and industrial field

ENCOURAGING STUDENTS – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, who was the keynote speaker for the Seventh Annual High School Technical and Industrial Forum and Exhibition, is pictured encouraging the young female students to take advantage of the technical and industrial opportunities available to them. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Over 400 high school students throughout Grand Bahama, Bimini and Grand Cay attended the Seventh Annual High School Technical and Industrial Forum and Exhibition, hosted by the Ministry of Labour’s National Employment and Industrial Skills Training Subcommittee, in conjunction with the Office of the Prime Minister Grand Bahama. The one-day event which was held this…
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Mather highlights history of noted fish fry venue

UNVEILING — The Smith’s Point Seawall was officially opened on Friday April 5. Pictured from left to right are: Hon. Maurice Moore; Michael Pintard, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources; Senator J. Kwasi Thompson, Minister of State within The Office of The Prime Minister for Grand Bahama; Hon. Frankie Campbell, Minister of Social Services and Urban Development; The Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas; Hon. Peter Turnquest, Deputy Prime Minister of The Commonwealth of the The Bahamas, Minister of Finance and Member of Parliament for East Grand Bahama; Hon. Iram Lewis, Parliamentary Secretary within The Ministry of Works; Clifford Edden, resident of Smith’s Point and Father Stephen Grant, Rector, St. Jude’s Anglican Church.                                     (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Residents of Smith’s Point now have a new seawall and paved roadway on the shoreline of the quaint community. As contractors Waugh Construction completed the highly anticipated and much needed seawall, a form of protection from the effects of beach erosion, they also gave the community a face-lift with the repaving of the once-dilapidated roads…
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Marco City town meeting affords constituents important NIB details

TOWN MEETING— Resident were given the opportunity to have their concerns related to National Insurance and Public Service matters addressed during a town meeting that was hosted by the Member of Parliament for Marco City Michael Pintard on Thursday April 5th at the Bahamas Union of Teacher’s Hall. The Minister of Public Service and National Insurance Brensil Rolle was the guest speaker for the forum. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

At the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Hall, Member of Parliament for Marco City and Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Hon. Michael Pintard, hosted an informative Town Meeting for his constituents, on Thursday evening. In attendance were Hon. Brensil Rolle, Minister for Public Service and National Insurance Board (NIB), along with other senior representatives…
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