Editorial

Criminal act strikes very close to home

The recent senseless slaying of Inspector Carlis Blatch, Aide-de-Camp to Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling has struck close to home. The professional attachment and fondness for Inspector Blatch was evident in the communication from Her Excellency that came out in the aftermath of his death. Inspector Blatch was struck down by a gunman in New…
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Good news given to Lucayan staff

It was welcome news! Late afternoon on Monday, Minister of State in the Grand Bahama Office of the Prime Minister, Senator Kwasi Thompson, contacted The Freeport News regarding an update communication provided by Hotel Corporation Chairman Michael Scott. Through Scott, the Government of The Bahamas, set the minds of the Grand Lucayan employees to rest,…
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Violence in GB of great concern

A disgusting and disturbing video of a physical altercation between several males at a night-time venue in Freeport, went viral last week. It was if the persons were animals. It was like a brutal scene from an action movie. The incident sent a terrible message to the world about what could happen here in Grand…
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FNM Government not doing a whole lot for Grand Bahamians

Governments are normally observed closely by that sector of the public that is inclined to scrutinize politicians. In today’s society, the group of voters who monitor the politicians who make decisions for the nation, has greatly expanded. Indeed, particularly in this island, because so many are hanging on the promise of revitalization made by Prime…
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