Editorial

Monsignor Moss, 79, laid to rest

On Thursday, one of the country’s finest, ever, sons of the soil, was laid to rest in St. Anselm’s Cemetery, Bernard Road in New Providence. He died on Monday, March 11.  Monsignor Preston Moss, 79, an exemplary figure within the Catholic Diocese, was buried in the precinct of the church (St. Anselm’s), he pastored for…
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Govt. continues to back-peddle on Oban project

All along, from this space, Grand Bahamians and other readers have been advised of the dilemma the Government of The Bahamas finds itself in, regarding the proposed Oban Energies oil refinery and storage project. It was catastrophic when the government signed the Heads of Agreement with Oban, taking part responsibility for ensuring the Environmental Impact…
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Old Bahama Bay gives computers to WE Primary

They were pleasantly astonished, surprised, but relished the moment and eagerly started working the keyboards of the computers provided by Old Bahama Bay (OBB) President John MacDonald, his wife Charlene, and James Culmer, who manages the resort. The occasion was Thursday past, as the gifts were presented to the young students of the West End…
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No Govt. timetable for reopening of Grand Lucayan

The Government of The Bahamas does not have a timetable for the reopening of the Grand Lucayan properties that have been closed since October of 2016 due to severe damage from Hurricane Matthew. Having purchased the resort from Hutchison Whampoa, and with a continuance at defending the decision despite the heavy financial burden on taxpayers,…
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