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Young chef steps out the box and opens ‘On da ROX 242’

COOKING IT UP – Chef Jasmine Roxbury prepares one of her delicious dishes during the grand opening of her restaurant, On da ROX 242.

The name of private chef Jasmine Roxbury, has quickly become synonymous with mouthwatering, impeccably presented dishes throughout the island of Grand Bahama for a number of years. Her dedicated and quality service in the field of cuisine, which she has a profound passion for, has catapulted her catering business into a one of a kind…
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12 complete electric vehicle service training

TRAINING SESSION – A crew of mechanics from Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC), Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) and Equinor, recently, participated in a training exercise for servicing the new electric vehicles in the companies’ fleet. Training instructor Ian Tetlow, Managing Director of ICT Workshop Solutions is pictured centre, during one of the sessions. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

A crew of mechanics from Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC), Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) and Equinor, recently, participated in a training exercise for servicing the new electric vehicles in the companies’ fleet. Representatives from the GBPC spoke to The Freeport News about the programme’s significance on Thursday (March 7) at the GBPC Transmission and…
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‘Trusted Smart Products’ Exhibit, education focus of Consumer Affairs Week

CONSUMER RIGHTS – The Department of Consumer Affairs along with representatives of Aliv hosted a press conference on Wednesday, March 6 to announced plans for World Consumer Rights Day. Pictured from left are Talia Davis, Sr. Aliv Champion; Reno Smith, Chief Price Inspector and Stephanie Ferguson, Deputy Chair, Consumer Protection Commission. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The ‘Trusted Smart Products’ Exhibition will be the highlight of Consumer Affairs Week, said organizers and sponsor of activities to observe the International Consumer Rights – Chief Price Inspector, Reno Smith; Senior Aliv Champion, Talia Davis and Deputy Chair, Consumer Protection Commission, Stephanie Ferguson. In a press conference yesterday – Wednesday, March 6 – the…
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RCI recruiting Grand Bahamians for ‘Perfect Day’ Coco Cay Island

JOB FAIR – Janet Russell (left), Deputy Director of Labour at the Labour Board and Antonique Smith, Human Resources Officer for the Royal Caribbean International Coco Cay Waterpark.

Royal Caribbean International (RCI) hosted a two-day job fair on Thursday (February 21) and Friday (February 22) at the Department of Labour Office, with the hopes of securing employees for the Perfect Day at Coco Cay Island attraction. RCI Human Resources Manager for Coco Cay, Antonique Smith, recently spoke to this daily about the opportunities…
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