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First Down to Business Workshop and Competition Program launched

Grasping firmly to the idea of becoming the catalyst of youth entrepreneurship in Grand Bahama, Member of Parliament for Marco City and Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard launched the first-ever Down to Business Workshop and Competition Program at the Grand Gallery, Port Lucaya this past Tuesday, September 26, 2017. Toshyia Francois, Marco…
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BPSU elections set for today

Alleged “hemorrhaging” of Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) members and gross mismanagement of affairs are just two of the major reasons why Customs Officer Alexander Burrows II is vying to win the Northern Region Vice Presidency of the organization with Team Restoration, during elections today (Thursday, September 28). Rebuilding, revitalizing and restoring the BPSU by…
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Business-to-Business Expo expected to draw key partners, potential investors

Parliamentary Secretary Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe; Acting Permanent Secretary, Harcourt Brown and President of the Grand Bahama Port Authority, Ian Rolle announced plans for the Business-to-Business Expo 2017 that is set to take place later this week at the Pelican Bay Resort. Also in attendance were Naomi Lady Wallace-Whitfield, Office Manager, OPM-GB and Raquel Beneby-Hart, Personal Assistant in the Office of the Minister of State for Grand Bahama.

Grand Bahama’s Business-to-Business Expo 2017 is scheduled to take place on Thursday, September 28, 2017 and is expected to draw key partners and potential investors to the island. Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe, Parliamentary Secretary for Information and Communications in the Office of the Prime Minister, during a press conference Monday (September 25) morning revealed that the expo…
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Three key drivers highlighted Moody’s ratings decision

PETER TURNQUEST, DPM, Minister of Finance

Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance shared detailed reports received from two international credit agencies with respect to the country’s financial outlook, in the House of Assembly, recently. With respect to the Moody’s Investor Services’ review of the present economic state of The Bahamas, Turnquest said shortly after the government’s disclosure during the…
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